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  • Gamifying road safety in Uganda
  • Gamifying road safety in Uganda
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Gamifying road safety in Uganda

The roads in Uganda are dangerous - it's a common sight to see buses, bicycles, and pedestrians competing for space. In particular, the Boda-Boda (Uganda’s favourite mode of transport) is associated with reckless driving. They're the leading cause of death on the road.

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