How Uganda's refugee farmers are sowing seeds of change

Refugees are encouraged to build their own houses and use their gardens to grow food to supplement their rations. Image: REUTERS/Hudson Apunyo

Claire Cozens

Editor, Thomas Reuters Foundation


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A woman cooking over a fire at her home in Uganda Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Claire Cozens
Children sitting outside a home in the Bidi Bidi refugee settlement Image: homson Reuters Foundation/Claire Cozens
Children collecting firewood for their settlement Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Claire Cozens

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