Nsenene trapping is an important part of Ugandan culture, but insect numbers dwindle as a result of climate change and deforestation
“There is a liberating feeling that water can have, there is a connectivity that it can provide”
Uganda’s population is one of the youngest in the world, with 77% of the population under the age of 30, and 52% less than 15 years old. It’s also one of the fastest-growing, with a population grown rate of 3.3%, compared to a world average of 1.2%. It’s a dynamic that, as Irish photographer Robert Ellis points out, means the country is poised for rapid change.
“The deeper the white man went into Africa, the faster the life flowed out of…