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Police in Gulu have arrested three women for drugging their children, in two cases with fatal outcomes. (Photo: Simon Jennings)
Arthur Okot
3 Dec 12
Young women leave children sedated at home so they can go out and work in sex trade.
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
30 Aug 12
As organisations representing claimants face questions, their critics demand more transparency.
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
15 Aug 12
But is enough being done to develop infrastructure at the local level in northern Uganda?
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
31 Jul 12
Following region’s 20-year rebel insurgency, concern that redevelopment efforts have ignored widespread psychological disorders stemming from conflict.
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
15 Jul 12
As cases spread, parents are struggling to reach health centres to pick up medication.
Bill Oketch, Gillian Lamunu, Arthur Okot
10 Jul 12
As cases spread, parents are struggling to reach health centres to pick up medication.
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
30 Jun 12
Sudden change in country’s law prompts fears for those still being held by the rebels.
A member of the Ugandan military operation to track the LRA: the rebel group as well as the government’s own forces are the source of weapons still circulating in northern Uganda. (Photo: USARAF/Flickr)
Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch, Arthur Okot
20 Jun 12
Security services draw criticism for failing to properly inform public of firearms collection programme.
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
15 Jun 12
Security services draw criticism for failing to properly inform public of firearms collection programme.
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
30 May 12
Observers worried that threats to journalists and restrictions on media could derail redevelopment efforts in northern Uganda.

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