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Explore Uganda

Sally Hayden writes about the trauma of history.

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Can a US chain of profit-making schools really help the poor? By Patience Akumu.

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Women’s movements must continue their struggle to improve enforcement, writes Dr Eleni Sifaki.

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To celebrate World Radio Day, New Internationalist profiles the pioneers of Africa’s first all-female radio station, by...

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Sustainable forestry may be an oxymoron. Chris Lang finds some holes in the system.

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How foreign funds amplify hate in Uganda, by Patience Akumu.

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James Nickerson reports on one woman’s desperate plight at Yarl’s Wood detention centre.

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The green imperialism of some conservation charities, by Sophie Pritchard.

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Adam Long welcomes the recent overturning of Uganda’s anti-gay bill, but cautions against early celebration...

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Victoria Wormersley highlights Ugandan women’s lack of control over their reproductive lives.

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Survivors of the Ugandan rebel group’s reign of terror are speaking out so that their experiences will not be forgotten.

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The cleric who exposed sex abuse in Uganda’s Catholic Church talks to Patience Akumu.

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The homophobia of this evangelical aid agency beggars belief, says Leigh Daynes.

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Patience Akumu considers what impact preaching hate has had on the country's citizens and politicians.

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Moses Wasamu gives an overview of responses from across the continent.

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Can e-readers revolutionize rural education? asks Didem Tali.

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