Uganda is well-known for having some of the most generous refugee policies in the world and now hosts the highest number of refugees in Africa. So what's behind their open-door approach — and what do Ugandans think about sharing their land?
Phiona Mutesi got out of the Katwe slums in Uganda by playing chess. Then a book was written about her and a film made. Just over a year after the film's release, she talks to DW about how chess has changed her life.
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