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What is a Ugandan Home Like?



 

Traditional huts are made from a round frame of wooden poles, with twigs / grass and mud woven into the gaps, and roofed with grass thatch. They have a single room in which a family lives, eats and sleeps.

Traditional homes being built from local materials

Newer rural homes are made from bricks.They often consist of a single brick 'box' with a small window or two and a door. Poorer families are unlikely to have installed lighting or water, and cooking is often done outside so the smoke from the cooking fire can blow away.

This building is home to four families- you can see three of the front doors in the picture

 

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