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Young Ugandans develop anti-rape bracelet

By DW
03 September 2021   |   10:32 am
With gender-based violence on the rise in Uganda's capital Kampala, and public safety resources overstretched, a Ugandan startup has developed an inconspicuous device to call for help when in danger.

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