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Ugandan Street Kids in The Economist
13 Aug 2012 12:12 AM
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Ugandan Street Kids in The Economist
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AddisTunes and our Kampala-based editor Hillary Muheebwa have been spending the last year or so trying to give a voice to Uganda's voiceless - the street kids.  Here's one of our stories featured on Economist.com.

Kladogo in The Economist

IT’S the start of the second term of school.  Boys and girls in smart uniforms carry suitcases and mattresses as they prepare to leave home for their studies.  But for 13-year old Brian Semanda, it's just another day in his routine search for scrap metal, which he sells to survive on the streets of Kampala, Uganda’s capital.

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Updated: 10 Sep 2012 08:55 AM
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