Parents Torn Between Bribing Teachers or Reporting Them in Ugandan Schools

Region: Uganda

Topics: Education

In Uganda, high levels of corruption extend even to schools, where parents often give teachers gifts to help their children get ahead. Teachers can receive warnings and even be fired for accepting, but it hasn’t deterred some parents from gift-giving – or even some teachers from demanding it.

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Water Scarcity Creates Hardship for DRC Community, But Some Find Opportunity Instead

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: BusinessWater

In Madula, a fast-growing community near the DRC city of Kisangani, water scarcity is a major problem. But some local people have managed to turn it into a job opportunity.

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Learning Self-Defense in Zimbabwe

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Moments

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Zimbabwean Children Enjoy Equine Therapy

Region: Zimbabwe

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Fishermen in Haiti Cast Nets

Region: Haiti

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New School Provides Dedicated Services for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Zambia

Region: Zambia

Topics: EducationHealth

In Zambia, schools for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder are rare and often unaffordable. To address this, one local woman opened an academy that uses a curriculum designed to meet their needs.

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Gathering Gravel in DRC

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Dance Practice with the Elders in Zimbabwe

Region: Zimbabwe

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Ugandan Woman Molds Clay for Stove Liners

Region: Uganda

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Ugandan Law Prevents ‘Public Nuisances’ – Including Gatherings Led By Opposition Leaders

Region: Uganda

Topics: Legal RightsPolitics

In 2013, the Ugandan government passed the Public Order Management Act, stating that organizers must inform police before holding any large public gatherings. Officials say they want to prevent disorderly conduct, but many people point to the law as a convenient way to discourage opposition.

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