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Could this be child labour?
The COVID-19 pandemic has opened the eyes of many parents who have started taking their children to work as a way of earning an extra buck to beat the current economic situation. Parents are learning to delegate work to the children. The jobs range from vending merchandise on streets to and selling items in shops. Wilfred Sanya visited Bwaise in Kampala.
City square a high risk COVID-19 exposure spot
Taxi stages in the city are some of the places where many people converge, forgetting the risk of contracting COVID-19. Many people sit next to each other freely as they wait for taxis. Shamim Saad captured some of the moments at the Constitution Square.
Kampala Street Fashion
Ugandans love to dress regardless the day of the week it is. Well, Monday had some show up this way as the country battles with the pandemic. Our photo journalist Ssozi Karim was up and about.
All children have the right to play in order to remain healthy. During this COVID-19 lock-down all children are expected to be home but the biggest question is what do they do after the normal house work? On June 30, 2020, our Camera lens moved around Namwongo to establish how children are coping with the striation and got some competing for somersaulting game.