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Sally Hayden

Journalist at Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Moses, 10, sells eggs outside a petrol station to support his family. Child rights organisations say they are seeing a rise in child labour during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo taken on June 22, 2020, in Gulu, northern Uganda. Sally Hayden/Thomson Reute
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With Schools Closed, Child Labor on the Rise in Lockdown Uganda

As coronavirus keeps 15 million children out of school, campaigners fear some may never return to class.
Matina, 67, stands in front of the plants she is growing to feed the seven children she supports. She is skipping her antiretroviral medication because it hurts her stomach to take it without food. Gulu, Uganda. | Thomson Reuters Foundation/Sally Hayden
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Pandemic Food Prices Preventing HIV-Positive Ugandan Women from Taking Medication

HIV-positive women in Uganda fear for their health as food shortages and poverty leave them unable to take medication.
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Why the Oromo People Are Fleeing Ethiopia

The Oromia region, home to more than 25 million Oromos, has been riven by unrest for months over land rights and allegations of human rights violations. Thousands of Ethiopians activists have left the country amid a security crackdown on demonstrations.
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