Uganda mudslides: Why do villagers move back?
Villages have been buried, many have lost relatives, the area has been declared unsafe, and yet residents continue to farm on the landslide-prone slopes of Uganda’s Mount Elgon.
Eight years ago, 300 people were killed when collapsing mud and rocks swept through several villages. The BBC’s Patience Atuhaire met survivors who choose to stay, despite frequent landslides in the surrounding area.
Video journalist: Joe Inwood