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Liam Taylor

'This is our land': Uncertain future for Ugandans facing eviction from wildlife reserve

23 Jul 2019

APAA, Uganda (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The landscape is bucolic: shoulder-high grass, patches of woodland and the occasional homestead, all sloping down to the east bank of Uganda's River Nile.

Trees or sugar? Conservationists, traditional kingdom clash over Ugandan forest

05 Jun 2019

BUGOMA, Uganda (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A troop of baboons lounge on the road through Bugoma forest, while unseen birds hoot from the canopy above.

FEATURE-Trees or sugar? Conservationists, traditional kingdom clash over Ugandan forest

05 Jun 2019

BUGOMA, Uganda, June 5 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A troop of baboons lounge on the road through Bugoma forest, while unseen birds hoot from the canopy above.

'Cutting everything in sight': Ugandans vow to curb rampant deforestation

12 Mar 2019

GULU, Uganda (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The convulsive rhythms of local "lakubukubu" music blast from the back of a pickup truck in the dusty town of Pajule, where two towering trees give welcome shade.

FEATURE-'Cutting everything in sight': Ugandans vow to curb rampant deforestation

12 Mar 2019

GULU, Uganda, March 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The convulsive rhythms of local "lakubukubu" music blast from the back of a pickup truck in the dusty town of Pajule, where two towering trees give welcome shade.

'Buying air', or how not to invest in land in Uganda

06 Apr 2018

KAMPALA, Uganda (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The sign is ubiquitous: six words that are painted on walls and homes across Uganda, like a national motto, from quiet banana groves to the frenetic capital Kampala.

'Buying air', or how not to invest in land in Uganda

06 Apr 2018

KAMPALA, Uganda, April 6 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The sign is ubiquitous: six words that are painted on walls and homes across Uganda, like a national motto, from quiet banana groves to the frenetic capital Kampala.

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