Music therapy in Uganda's refugee camps
Uganda has a long history of hosting refugees. The UN estimates that since July 2016, the country has welcomed more than 18,000 people fleeing civil conflict in South Sudan. Kaz Kasozi - a musician who blends blues, jazz and rock - teaches music as a form of psychotherapy to refugees who have resettled in Uganda. He speaks to Focus on Africa's Paul Bakibinga.
(Photo: Musician and producer Kaz Kasozi. Credit: BBC Africa.)