Uganda's doorstep delivery changing country's health system
Africa has depended on outside help to combat its worst killer, malaria, for decades. Despite more recent strides than setbacks in combating the scourge of the mosquito-borne disease, it remains heavily donor-reliant.
Doctors in Uganda have downed stethoscopes in a bitter row with the government over low pay and poor working conditions. The countrywide strike has left patients stranded without medical care.
Two minutes and 23 seconds is all it took for a group of white women in traditional Ugandan dress to cause a stir on social media. But what is wrong with 'voluntourism'? Social change advocate Teddy Ruge explains.
Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni and UN chief Antonio Guterres will on Friday host a conference to raise funds for South Sudanese refugees. Nearly one million have crossed into Uganda since conflict broke out in 2013.
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