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Amy Fallon

Amy Fallon

    Uganda justifies brain drain
    Uganda justifies brain drain
    A court ruling on the controversial "export" of nearly 300 Ugandan doctors to the Caribbean was postponed as the Ugandan government defended the...
    Uganda: NGO takes govt to court for brain drain
    Uganda: NGO takes govt to court for brain drain
    Since his childhood days in northern Uganda, Geoffrey Orijabo wanted to be a nurse "because of the ignorance". "I saw children and women dying...
    Antiporn law screws risque Ugandan singer
    Antiporn law screws risque Ugandan singer
    Ugandan singer Jemimah Kansiime aka Panadol wa Basajja, is sitting in a legal aid office in downtown Kampala, her ruched top exposing most of her...
    Ugandan MP's lonely anti-gay law battle
    Ugandan MP's lonely anti-gay law battle
    For months he's been threatened, taunted, spat on and had stones thrown at him.
    Ugandan MP's lonely anti-gay law battle
    Ugandan MP's lonely anti-gay law battle
    For months he's been threatened, taunted, spat on and had stones thrown at him. 
    Cold comfort for Rwanda
    Cold comfort for Rwanda
    In some parts of the world, it might sound melodramatic to say ice cream is life-transforming. But in a city in Rwanda, ravaged by genocide 20...
    Africa to get its own web encyclopedia
    Africa to get its own web encyclopedia
    As a fourth-generation clan chief of a village in rural Cameroon, Gaston Donnat Bappa's daily life is steeped in tradition.The 200 residents of the...
    East Africa ups the fashion stakes
    East Africa ups the fashion stakes
    The fashion industries of East Africa are still in the nascent stage, viewed less seriously than other sectors and under-resourced with no...
    Idi Amin: The tour of terror (ticket please)
    Idi Amin: The tour of terror (ticket please)
    On a steamy afternoon, tour guide Allan Kakembo is leading an American mother and daughter on their first visit to Uganda. They go down a hill,...
    Anti-gay law puts Uganda tourism at risk
    Anti-gay law puts Uganda tourism at risk
    Uganda had one high- profile visitor this week, and the country's tourism board talked up his arrival.
    Uganda's outrage skirts the law.
    Uganda's outrage skirts the law.
    US preachers lit homophobia fuse
    US preachers lit homophobia fuse
    Ugandan gay rights ­activist Dennis Wamala (28) can pinpoint when "the war went from ­rhetoric to action".