Many Ugandan children forced into hard labor, sex trafficking as COVID closes schools

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The effects of the pandemic on children vary dramatically depending on the country. With schools still shuttered in Uganda and other developing nations, many children have no choice but to work to survive. In Africa, more than one-fifth of children — around 87 million kids — work. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from Kampala.

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