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| Hélène Franchineau

A ranger, poacher and investigator explain pangolin trade

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) – Commercial trade in the pangolin, a scaly anteater with a distinctive coat of hard shells, is now forbidden following decisions made last week at a conservation meeting in Johannesburg. The pangolin…

| Durrie Bouscaren

In Uganda, cassava is a staple in times of insecurity

Stephen Acaye holds a cassava root for sale in his stall at the Gulu Main Market in northern Uganda.DURRIE BOUSCAREN | ST. LOUIS PUBLIC RADIO At the Gulu Main Market in northern Uganda, there’s an…

| Clair MacDougall

Museveni’s Democracy

Dressed in a charcoal suit and a yellow tie that hung several inches too long, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, Uganda’s president of thirty years, sat two chairs away from his longtime political rival Kizza Besigye in…

| Clair MacDougall

Uganda’s President Holds On In the Face of Growing Public Unrest

Ugandan opposition leaders have rejected the results of presidential elections on Feb. 18, citing ballot stuffing, bribery and widespread intimidation by the security forces. The February polls—which returned President Yoweri Museveni to office, where he…

| Kimberly Adams

Ecotourism or hydroelectricity in Uganda?

The Ugandan government wants hydroelectric dams to generate much-needed electricity. But the planned Isimba Dam would flood ecosystems, threatening tourism. Is it a question of ecotourism versus energy? River in Uganda (Photo: Ben Curtis/AP/dapd) The…

| Kimberly Adams

Uganda’s water dilemma

The Nile River has been of strategic importance ever since the earliest civilizations. In Uganda, the government wants to use the force of the White Nile for hydroelectric dams. But environmentalists say the dam plans…

| Wandiswa Ntengento

Women farmers use ICT to improve farming in Northern Uganda

Women have been instrumental in forging a successful sector in agriculture. Farming in Uganda serves as the backbone of the economy. Women have been instrumental in forging a successful sector in agriculture. Women farmers in…

| Alexandra Fisher

The child workers risking life and limb for a dollar a day

Former child soldiers are among thousands of Ugandans, risking their lives by quarrying stone in the capital Kampala. Thousands of people started working at the quarry, when they were displaced from the country’s north by…

| Mansi Choksi

Yellow pigs make a political point about youth unemployment in Uganda

KAMPALA, Uganda – In February , two leaders of a guerrilla movement here traveled to the financial district carrying a wooden container that contained three pigs, each painted yellow from snout to tail. At a…