This is your typical home/structure in Uganda. Most families have three to four structures in a circle a few feet apart exactly like the one seen here. One hut is for sleeping and living, one for cooking, another for storage. They are made from clay bricks dried in the sun, covered in colored clay. The floor elevated above the dirt is made of cow dung. The roof is a special grass called obia. It is collected during the dry season. People have been making homes exactly like this in Africa for hundreds of years.