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Pollution is Silent Killer in Uganda

Pollution is said to be the biggest killer in developing countries.  Contaminated air, water and soil claim millions of lives every year.  And with rapid urbanization and economic growth come fears that these numbers will only rise in years to come.  In Uganda, the effects of pollution on people are becoming more visible. The World Health Organization says more than 8 million people die around the world each year as a result of living in a polluted environment. In Kampala,...

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