One Hour in Uganda: Massacre Memorial Uses Knowledge to Prevent Future Atrocities

At the Memorial Site for the Victims of Barlonyo Attack, in northern Ugandan town, locals such as tour guide Peter Aduma, hope to remind visitors of the atrocities of Joseph Kony and his Lord’s Resistance Army and its effects on Ugandans.

Patricia Lindrio, GPJ Uganda


The memorial to the Barlonyo massacre helps both locals and tourists understand the history of northern Uganda’s civil war. Citizens, still suffering, say that more than 300 died that day.

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