Songs for Survival

The Batwa were original dwellers of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest but, when the Ugandan government stepped in in the early 1990s to designate the land as a National Park, the indigenous people were evicted. With no land rights, no compensation and no support to resettle, they faced an uncertain future....

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Forays into the Forest

The beguiling Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is not only beautiful; it is also home to an astounding range of flora and fauna. Mountain gorillas are the main draw; it is home to around half of the world’s remaining population. But visitors are starting to find another route into magic of the...

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