Water Crisis in Kolo, Uganda

Today, I went out with a team of peace journalists to cover the water crisis in the Gulu district of Uganda. We ended up in a village in Kolo (about half an hour out of Gulu town) where I learned a bit about local farming and a lot about water availability. Listen to the piece and see accompanying photos below.

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A view of the Kolo Village.

Harvesting cassava (tapioca) in Kolo, Uganda.

Andi making friends in Kolo, Uganda.

For more pictures from my adventures reporting from Kolo, Uganda, please click here.

Please let me know what you think of this piece – all comments are appreciated!


About Andi Enns

Andi is a student in the Degree with Honors Program at Park University, studying Public Relations and Broadcast Journalism. She is seeking a graduate program in public health communication, and hopes to work on international health campaigns in the future. She loves coffee, world travel, and knitting. Read more about her at http://www.AndiEnns.com.
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