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Uploaded on Jun 6, 2008
The weather has never been perfectly predictable in Uganda -- no more than it is anywhere else -- but in the last few years it has become more and more unreliable, making life increasingly precarious for communities, like Martina Longom's, who rely on farming to survive.
"For the last three years the rain was late," Martina explains. "In two of them there wasn't enough rain for the sorghum [a local crop] to grow."