Women in Zambia have the world’s fourth-highest rate of cervical cancer. After Robert Zulu’s wife died of cervical cancer in 2015, he founded a nonprofit and took a novel approach to raise awareness and get women into cancer screenings: producing plays and movies about the disease.
Some children in Uganda’s capital say they can’t afford to buy meals, but bottles of aviation fuel are affordable. They inhale the fuel’s fumes and even drink the fuel to get a high that they say masks their hunger.
As urbanization in Uganda grows, monkeys are being forced out of their natural habitats and are moving into human territory to search for food. Now, many residents are struggling to come to terms with the primate invasion.
Fear of change, as well as a legendarily corrupt political system, will challenge Sam Lyomoki, a member of the nation’s ruling party. His proposals include a streamlining of Parliament and assurances of public access to health, education and utilities.
High rents and high taxes present major barriers to operating a store in Kampala, especially in the city center, so more and more enterprises are making their businesses mobile. Even as the practice booms, there’s still one lingering problem: It’s illegal.
The dogs of Uganda’s Police Canine Unit track down suspects, sniff out drugs and explosives, and retrieve evidence from crime scenes. But before they begin their careers as detectives, they are bred and trained in two specialized centers, and Global Press documented the centers’ work in photos.