How Foreign Donations, Poverty and Corruption Are Fueling Uganda’s Unregulated Orphanage Industry
“The people here that decide to operate a home, they get unsuspecting people to pay. And they use donated money to make themselves richer.”
Twenty-Three Women Murdered in Uganda, And No One Knows Why
As the police struggles to mount a response to the grisly murders, community activists are determined to keep putting pressure on the authorities.
After Losing Her Family to AIDS, This Woman Built an App to Save Lives
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.