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In a bid to tackle the spread of HIV and Aids in Uganda, more than 60 youngsters have been educated about the condition, thanks to a US-backed initiative.
It is hoped they will then share the information with others to increase general awareness, according to New Vision Uganda.
Although female genital mutilation (FGM) has been banned in Ethiopia, it is still reportedly taking place.