Uganda's government shuttering illegal orphanages

Uganda is shutting down hundreds of orphanages that don't meet legal standards.

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    Uganda is shutting down hundreds of orphanages that don't meet legal standards.

    The government suspects some are being used for profit or child-trafficking.

    Paul Chaderjian reports on a home in the northern city of Gulu that's trying to help the children.


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