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Amy Fallon

I am a widely-published freelance journalist with 15 years' experience. I have most recently been based in Uganda, but am currently home in Australia. I have also reported from other African countries and Asia, from newsrooms in the UK and Australia, worked on magazines and more.   

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The Sydney Morning Herald

The Aussie student who makes soccer jerseys for the world's toughest market

Kampala, Uganda: When Robert Wurube, a South Sudanese soccer player, represents millions of people from his war-torn country sporting his national jersey, there’s some Australian labour of love that’s gone into his uniform’s design. The green shirt donned by the midfielder boasts a bright, complex diagonal sash with cultural symbols traditionally worn by local chiefs to symbolise their power. It was created by the AMS Clothing company, founded by Melbourne university student Luke Westcott. AMS

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Devex

Q&A: Uganda's RHU warns of impact of global gag rule on its programs

KAMPALA, Uganda — Reproductive Health Uganda is one of Uganda’s leading NGOs providing services related to sexual health and reproductive rights, but it now faces a number of challenges to its work, including a recent move by the United States to bring back the Mexico City policy, also known as the “global gag rule.” In 2016, RHU reached over 6.8 million people in the east African nation, with 3.3 million services offered to youth. They accessed nearly 1 million people across the country with f

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