Lisa Mullins speaks with Ugandan gay rights activist Julius Kaggwa about the climate of homophobia in Uganda. Kaggwa is in the United States to accept a human rights award for his work opposing intolerance against gays.
Last week, prominent gay activist David Kato was killed in his home in Uganda. Many in the gay and lesbian community are frightened. But after the killing, a few are saying they won't hide anymore. Dennis Porter reports from Kampala.
In developing countries, even when people with mental illness receive medical treatment, they often have trouble fitting in. A program in Uganda aims to change that by training people with mental illness to earn a livelihood. Joanne Silberner reports.
The Ugandan parliament is debated a revised version of the anti-gay legislation Friday. But most people are more focused on the growing turmoil in the capital. The gay bill is really a non event there.