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15 photos of Uganda's diverse wildlife and culture If Uganda had a single color, it would be green. Cloaked in tropical foliage, the landscape sits at an average of 1200m (4000 ft) above sea level, keeping the country cooler than I expected on the equator. This environment enables tea farmers to produce vibrant green crops on the hills. Uganda’s southern landscape radiates the color green in beautiful and evenly manicured tea fields.

15 photos of Uganda’s diverse wildlife and culture

Aissata is a rural farmer who has been affected by the drought. She is collecting dried maize from a parcel of land that is worked by the women's cooperative in Diawoud, Mauritania    Photo: Pablo Tosco/Oxfam

Aissata is a rural farmer who has been affected by the drought. She is collecting dried maize from a parcel of land that is worked by the women's cooperative in Diawoud, Mauritania Photo: Pablo Tosco/Oxfam

Can Africa’s struggling agricultural sector meet the demands of its rapidly growing population? Aid for Africa member Development in Gardening (DIG) helps African hospitals, schools, and orphanages plant nutrient-rich gardens. That translates into students learning sustainable ways to self-sufficiency while improving their nutrition. http://www.aidforafrica.org/blog/a-green-revolution-for-africa/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=social-media&utm_campaign=green-revolution

With Africa’s population expected to quadruple by the end of this century, will its struggling agricultural sector meet the demand?

An infographic from Self Help Africa which explains the importance of agriculture in African development. #infographic #africa #farming #development

An infographic from Self Help Africa which explains the importance of agriculture in African development.

Aerials over de Agricultural fields in central Ethiopia, de Omo River Region, Horn of Africa_ Ethiopia

Aerials over de Agricultural fields in central Ethiopia, de Omo River Region, Horn of Africa_ Ethiopia

Aerials over de Agricultural fields in central Ethiopia, de Omo River Region, Horn of Africa_ Ethiopia

Aerials over de Agricultural fields in central Ethiopia, de Omo River Region, Horn of Africa_ Ethiopia

Agribusiness: Africa's Way out of Poverty

Agribusiness: Africa’s way out of poverty

African potential - it’s time to “Grow Africa”

African potential - it’s time to “Grow Africa”

Interesting Dakar - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/africa/

Senegalese children run as locusts spread in the capital Dakar September Only a military-style operation with bases across West Africa can stop the worst locust invasion for 15 years.