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Fine Art images for sale, license, East Africa life, coffee, baseball, wildlife, gorillas, elephants, Kilimanjaro, Kidepo Park, Zanzibar, Kampala, Conflict, LRA, Northern Uganda, Rwanda.
  • About 1,500 African Elephants live in the very remote Kidepo Valley National park in northeastern Uganda. Tourists only reach the park by chartered excursions. April 12, 2004 (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • Jawingo looks for the ball as another player slides safely into home, scoring a run at a baseball game at Nsambya, Wednesday March 17, 2004. A small group of local enthusiast meets once a week to practice and play the game With football (soccer) the ruling sport, baseball enjoys a small, but loyal following. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • An orphan helps with chores, separating the bad from the good beans in the Kamwokya Foster Homes in Kampala, Uganda, March 22, 2004. The CRS-funded project helps orphans of parents with HIV/AIDS stay in school and have a future.  (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • Dramatic clouds build in the evening sky over a "Sausage tree" in Kidepo Valley National Park in northeastern Uganda April 12, 2004. About 1,500 African Elephants live in the very remote Kidepo Valley National park in northeastern Uganda. Tourists only reach the park by chartered excursions. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • A porter carries trekkers' gear up Mt. Kilimanjaro, near Moshi in northern Tanzania, June 5, 2004. Mt. Meru looms in the background. Tourists pay more than $750 to be guided on six and seven-day treks leading to the Kilimanjaro's Uhuru peak, the highest point in Africa at 19, 340 feet (5985 meters). Many but not all make it usually as a result of the effects of altitude.(Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • The silverback of the "H" group of mountain gorillas keeps an eye on his group in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in southwest Uganda, June 12, 2004. The group of 20, are among the 700 mountian gorillas in the world. Tourists may visit in Uganda and Rwanda, the gorillas made famous in the the film "Gorillas in the Mist" about Dianne Fossey's work with the primates. The Uganda Wildlife Authority limits the number of tourists who may visit a group of gorillas to six people for one hour per day. The gorillas have increased in number by 17 percent from 1996 to 2004. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • Grain sellers take a break in owino Market in Kampala, Uganda. The massive open-air market is a source of good for many of Kampala's citizens and offeres everything from grain and fresh beef to machine parts, and used clothes. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • Joyce Candiro braids her friend Agnes Mutone's hair behind Candiro's home in Naguru Estates. in Kampala, Uganda.  The Kampala City Council was planning to sell the land of the estates to developers and gave tennants of the low-income housing area six months to move out. Popular protests stopped the plan. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • Lagul Dennis paints his tiny bedroom in his brother&#xD;'s home in Naguru Estates,  in Kampala, Uganda, November 5, 2003. Residents say that the city had long since stopped maintaining the homes leaving the residents to pay for maintennance and repairs from their own pocket. Residents were given six months to vacate the houses by the city which  planed to build a satelight neighborhood. This same piece of land also was recently advertised for sale for an auto dealership. Public outrage quashed the plan to evict the residents from the low-income housing.(Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • Dennis Serwanga has lunch in the home he shares with his sister and her family in Naguru Estates, Kampala, Uganda.   The Kampala City Council was planning to sell the land of the estates to developers and gave tennants of the low-income housing area six months to move out. Popular protests stopped the plan. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • Using a dugout canoe, villagers cross a stream north of Tanga on the coast of Tanzania, Dec, 28, 2004. Traditional modes of transportation used for hundreds of years continue into the modern age in rural areas of the world. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • Silverio Molo, 59, is grateful to receive his family's food allotment from the World Food Programme that he thanks anyone who appears to be involved in the distribution. Abraham Lunya, 62, left, joins in the enthusiasm at Abaku  camp 42 kilometers east of Lira in Nothern Uganda, May, 2004 (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • Akello Mary, patient at the AVSI/Gulu hospital orthopedic clinic tries on a new leg after wearing out her first one. She lost her foot to a landmine placed by the Lord's Resistance Army. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • Kosho Madalena, 12, wears decorations in her skin which she says signifies that she is ready for marriage as an Ik girl (woman). October 22, 2003. The Ik people are a tiny tribe who lives on the edge of the Rift Valley in Northeastern Uganda near the town of Kaabong. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • Cabrine Nakingi, 11 months receives vitamin A during a series of immunizations at the Kalungi Health Center in Nakasongola District of Central Uganda.  NGOs often set up immunization programs in rural areas in conjunction with education to help populations get over some of the rough spots in their history. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • children watch as police patrol Makarere University campus as police work to restore order after student rioting broke out October, 8, 2003. Police broke up a peaceful gathering of students to discuss the current state of Ugandan politics. University officials said they did not have permission to hold the forum. the officer holds a tank of tear gas. Kalashnikov AK-47. (Rick D'Elia)
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  • Ayoo Particia, 6,  washes her shoes after washing herself  in  among the drying laundry in the Soweto, section of Kampala Uganda  November 12, 2003. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • A Zanzibar resident tends to fishing boats as the tide rises in the beach adjacent to Stone Town, Zanzibar. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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  • Maasai craftsman Laiza shows off the results of his craftsmanship in front of his stand of traditional jewelry on Gizenga Street in Stone Town, Zanzibar. (Rick D'Elia) Jan 2, 2003.<br />
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  • A students studies in the church sanctuary at the Sharing and Caring Center in Kamwokya, Kampala, Uganda March 22, 2004. The Catholic church serves as a classroom for students who have lost parents to HIV/AIDS and cannot affort public school. The program also accepts the very poor who have parents but who still cannot afford the public system. (Rick D'Elia)<br />
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