Caroline and Sandy could have been just like any other young couple in love.
They met, had children, dreamed of one day marrying, raising their family together and living out the rest of their days in each other’s arms.
But Caroline and Sandy were born into a community far removed from the western world’s ideals.
They live in the impoverished eastern Ugandan village of Mifumi in Tororo, which consists of mud huts, a botched medical centre and a school.
And in Tororo, as with many rural regions in Uganda, love has a price.
Read more in Friday’s JEP.
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