September 16, 2011 /
Christian Science Monitor
After a decade of Ugandan military operations to disarm rival clans, the country's Karamoja region has become more secure. Now development experts hope it can become self-sufficient.
September 8, 2011
Jackee Batanda, the 2011-12 Elizabeth Neuffer Fellow, visited the Pulitzer Center to talk about her experience as a journalist in Uganda.
May 25, 2011
In the Karamoja region of Uganda, villages say an army security crackdown on cattle raiding has led to incidents of brutal torture.
May 20, 2011 /
Following the Ugandan government's ferocious disarmament campaign against the Karamojong, what does the future hold for this tribe of warrior nomads?
April 20, 2011 /
After years of begging and abuse on the streets of Kampala, Emmanuel Lokwii, 13, is back home in Karamoja.
April 15, 2011 /
Soothsayer Naithan Namuga once earned money sending young men off on deadly cattle raids- now he says he's promoting peace and curing petty ailments. But with life a struggle, that could change.
April 14, 2011 /
The Ugandan People's Defense Force uses "cordon and search" operations to prevent violent cattle raids among the tribes of Uganda's Karamoja region.
April 14, 2011 /
Part of a decade-long campaign across Karamoja to recover illegal weapons and put an end to violent cattle raids, the Ugandan army's recent push to disarm the Pokot has been mired by allegations of...
April 13, 2011 /
After losing their cattle and livelihoods to raids and drought, many Karamojong have turned to subsistence mining to make a living.
April 8, 2011 /
In Karamoja, regular "cordon and search" disarmament operations carried out by the military raise questions about allegations of torture and violence.