A week after Uganda’s Constitutional Court struck down the infamous Anti-Homosexuality Act, the LGBT community held their third annual Pride celebration on the banks of Lake Victoria.
Huffington Post's James Nichols interviews Daniella Zalcman about the role of religious leaders in Uganda's contentious LGBT debate.
CNN Daisy Carrington spoke with Daniella Zalcman about her work engaging Uganda's religious leaders on sexual identity, anti-gay legislation, and their responsibilities as pastors, priests, and imams.
In Nakasongola, Uganda, recent financial pressures threaten the continuation of delivering the HPV vaccine, which protects against two strains of HPV that can lead to cervical cancer.
Though there are more opportunities for the early detection of cervical cancer in Uganda, problems arise when women with advanced stages of the disease are referred for treatment.
In Uganda there is great breadth and nuance to religious leaders' opinions on homosexuality, and to the messages they deliver to their congregations.
Three women share their experiences with cervical cancer screening and treatment in Uganda.
Uganda suffers from a sanitation crisis, as many villagers nor the urban poor have access to toilets. An estimated 75% of the country's disease burden is linked to poor sanitation and hygiene.
Getting water to poor communities may sound straightforward: dig a well, put in a pump and hand out water filters. But as many NGOs and aid agencies have found, it is a lot more complicated than that.
With cancer on the rise in Uganda, the country's only radiotherapy machine and the doctor who manages it face the daunting challenge of delivering timely treatment to patients.
HIV-positive women face markedly higher risks of cervical cancers but at Uganda health clinics persuading women to take the screening test remains a challenge.
Waterborne diseases are rampant in the East African country, which is also riven by corruption and poor governance. Can community-led approaches offer a solution?