A heavily criticised piece of legislation has also stepped up the criminalisation of gay sex.
The move came as human rights abuse claims continue to mount against the country's government.
Uganda's President Museveni and his party have accused opponents of being funded by "gay money," while opposition challenger Bobi Wine has tried to walk back past homophobic remarks.
VICE World News spoke to multiple survivors in Uganda who said corruption was undermining police investigations into sexual assault.
The vast majority of perpetrators of the 1994 genocide were men. Now, having served time in prison, they want to heal themselves and their communities, but toxic masculinity remains a barrier.
When Ruth Nabembezi's sister and parents died in her teens, the 22-year-old Ugandan created Ask Without Shame, an online platform for young people to get the sexual health information they need.
Mounir Fatmi explores postcolonial memory through three artifacts from his childhood in 1970s Morocco
The producer is lighting up the East African electronic scene and getting young women into music through her collective, Femme Electronic.
Mahmoud Bakhshi rebuilds the burned-out Cinema Rex, complete with vintage furniture and carpet, at Narrative Gallery in London.
Sotheby's unites the two legendary female artists for the first time.
Lady Skollie has a reputation for using her art to directly call out public figures who have been accused or imprisoned for rape.