There are just 178 registered architects in this rapidly urbanising country, where buildings frequently collapse. But more professionals may not be the solution

Sitting outside the office of her architecture firm in the industrial area of Kampala, Uganda, Doreen Adengo remembers the last major building collapse in the city.

A four-storey building opposite Makere University collapsed in 2016, injuring dozens and killing four people.

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