How sand is threatening livelihoods in Uganda

27 August 2020

Illegal sand mining is disrupting sensitive ecosystems in Uganda and threatening livelihoods, according to a report.

The study by Mohamed Daghar, researcher for the Institute of Security Studies’ (ISS) ENACT project, said unregulated extraction, especially around Lake Victoria, was destabilising the area’s sensitive ecology.

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