Although Uganda has now experienced more than two decades of economic growth and stability after years of political conflict, it continues to face government corruption and fear of rebel group violence. The infamous Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), a cult-like organization founded by Joseph Kony, terrorized the country from 1986 to 2006. Especially in the northern regions of Uganda, the LRA committed widespread violations of human rights, including forced labor and sexual slavery, mass murder, rape and torture. The LRA fled Uganda in 2006, but not before their terror had taken a heavy toll on the people living there. Communities are now working to rebuild their lives as they move forward from their unsettling past.