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Bobi Wine’s music is inspiring a generation of young Ugandans to protest injustice, corruption and inequality. But as his criticisms of the government mount up, so the risk to his safety escalates.
Infanticide of disabled children is widespread in rural Uganda. Social worker Rosemary Nambooze, whose son has Down's syndrome, and journalist Gerald Bareebe investigate why.
Many parts of the world that are most vulnerable to disaster are not properly mapped, hindering efforts to provide aid. OpenStreetMap is an organisation working to create maps for the places that need them the most.
At 6-years-old Ryan Hreljac started to save money to build a well in Uganda. Now, 15 year later, he has built wells across the country, giving hundreds of people access to clean drinking water.
Environmental development is boosting economies in Africa, but does it come at too high a price? In Uganda reforestation is compromising the livelihoods of some of the world's most vulnerable people.
We visit a spot in Uganda that marks the place from where the Nile starts its long journey to the Mediterranean Sea through Uganda, Sudan and Egypt. Thanks to its geographical significance and beautiful wildlife it has become an increasingly popular tourist destination. This report includes archival footage of Idi Amin.
Uganda is a developing country with a growing economy. Yet it struggles against a widespread belief in spirits and superstition - as demonstrated by the alarming rise in incidents of child sacrifice.
In Uganda's conservative society, sexual health is a taboo that contributes to many deaths. But now one young girl from Kampala is breaking the silence with a fast-talking radio show about sex in the city.