While the sub-county’s population is mostly made up of children under the age of 18, it’s common to find only a small percentage of them attend school. Unable to afford attending school, these individuals spend each day doing arduous tasks like fetching gallons of water, carrying wood, or making bricks. These jobs often pay about 5,000 Ugandan Shillings, or barely two US dollars, each month, which is only enough to buy food for one family.
Why it’s important we understand what’s behind the KONY 2012 campaign
USF student filmmaker’s documentary on human trafficking in Uganda will be screened throughout the Bay Area.