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Fredrick Mugira

Armed with coffee, Uganda's women, youth look to secure land tenure

03 Dec 2018

KYAMPUNGU, Uganda (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Like many young rural Ugandans, Christine Kyakunda needs more land. She and her husband farm 1.5 acres - some inherited, some bought, some borrowed from her widowed mother-in-law - but it is not enough to provide for her family.

FEATURE-Armed with coffee, Uganda's women, youth look to secure land tenure

03 Dec 2018

KYAMPUNGU, Uganda, Dec 3 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Like many young rural Ugandans, Christine Kyakunda needs more land. She and her husband farm 1.5 acres - some inherited, some bought, some borrowed from her widowed mother-in-law - but it is not enough to provide for her family.

Monkey business: Hungry 'vermin' steal food from Ugandan farmers

10 Nov 2018

MBARARA, Uganda (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Bwakatahwihire Buhikire moved to Nyarubungo village three decades ago, he hoped his family would be able to grow more crops on their new, larger plot of land. Instead they found themselves competing with monkeys for food.

FEATURE-Monkey business: Hungry 'vermin' steal food from Ugandan farmers

10 Nov 2018

MBARARA, Uganda, Nov 10 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Bwakatahwihire Buhikire moved to Nyarubungo village three decades ago, he hoped his family would be able to grow more crops on their new, larger plot of land. Instead they found themselves competing with monkeys for food.

As water bank runs dry, Uganda greens hills to soak up rain

13 Sep 2018

MBARARA, Uganda (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In the village of Katebe, Ugandan schoolchildren have little choice but to drink from the same water supply as animals.

FEATURE-As water bank runs dry, Uganda greens hills to soak up rain

13 Sep 2018

MBARARA, Uganda, Sept 13 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In the village of Katebe, Ugandan schoolchildren have little choice but to drink from the same water supply as animals.

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