Acid attacks: ‘I didn’t have the money to buy justice, but I had brains to go on'

In the wake of acid attacks, victims — often women — can feel hopeless. Now, women around the world are fighting back.

What do your period and bananas have in common? Find out

In Rwanda, schoolgirls can now buy locally produced, cheaper sanitary towels

Walk in the footsteps of South Sudan's lost children

Mugume Davis Rwakaringi

Refugee resettlement camps offer a safer space for South Sudanese children, who make up 64% of all refugees in Uganda.

Could this country be among the world's best for refugees?

Mugume Davis Rwakaringi

Many Ugandans were once refugees themselves. Now, they are 'paying back the good' and making their country one of the best in the world for refugees.

​Rains and conflict will make bids to control South Sudan's cholera outbreak harder

Mugume Davis Rwakaringi

Violence has contributed to the epidemic; aid agencies can't travel freely and are removing nonessential staff.

Juba's water vendors make a living, but it's a cut-throat business

Mugume Davis Rwakaringi

Water pumped from the Nile is the only option for 98% of the residents of South Sudan's capital.

South Sudan: From war to water crisis

Mugume Davis Rwakaringi

The start of the rainy season in the war-torn country could spell a cholera outbreak.