GULU/PALABEK, Uganda, July 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) -
I n her small home in northern Uganda surrounded by the six
children she cares for, Acayo Rose, 74, sleeps under a mosquito
net she inherited from a dead relative.
GULU, Uganda, July 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Every
morning soon after dawn, 10-year-old Moses leaves home carrying
trays of hard-boiled eggs and walks for half an hour to sell
them outside a petrol station in the Ugandan city of Gulu.
GULU, Uganda (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Before Uganda's coronavirus lockdown, HIV-positive Matina had a morning routine. After waking she drank tea, ate something small, and took her antiretroviral drugs as doctors instructed.
NAIROBI/KAKUMA REFUGEE CAMP, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - It wasn't long after Joe's father was shot dead for being gay that the 24-year-old Ugandan college student realized the men from his church would be coming for him next.
COPENHAGEN (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Technological solutions to preventing land corruption require resources, but they do not have to be expensive, land rights experts said on Tuesday.
MONROVIA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - On a windy day in Liberia's waterfront slum of West Point, Gbeneweieh Quoh surveys what remains of her home, fearful that it may crumble into the ocean.
GULU, Uganda (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Julius Peter was finally freed after seven years held hostage by Uganda's notorious Lord’s Resistance Army, he and his family hoped their lives would finally return to normal.
AMUDAT, Uganda (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Gertrude had barely hit puberty when her father agreed to marry her to an older man in exchange for 30 cows so she did something unusual in her Ugandan tribe - she ran away to school.
ANKILIBEVAHAVOLA, Madagascar (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Every morning, residents of this village in southern Madagascar’s Amboasary Sud district set off on an eight-hour round-trip journey to collect water from the nearest river.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - It was late 2015 when Endalk Chala began documenting deaths in his home country of Ethiopia, scouring Facebook, Twitter, and blogs to piece together who had died and where.