Languages spoken in UgandaEnglish, Swahili
Map of Uganda
Area in square kilometers236,040 km2
Gross domestic product per capita$ 1,700
its mobile brand into Uganda, Orange Telecom has organized a carnival on May 23. The carnival will start at Shoprite Lugogo in Kampala and end with an after party at Lugogo Cricket Oval where
Uganda has five times more milk than processors can handle, the Executive Director Dairy Development Authority (DDA) has said. * New Vision Uganda: Migingo - Hurry Up With the Survey
* New Vision Uganda: Parliament Asked to Probe Ritual Murders Parliament has been asked to set up a committee to investigate ritual murders in the country. * EA Business Uganda: Investment Authority Sets Up SME Secretariat
earnings, with coffee alone (of which Uganda is Africa's leading producer) accounting for about 27% of the country's exports in 2002. Exports of apparel, hides, skins, vanilla, vegetables, fruits, cut flowers, and fish are growing, and cotton, tea, and tobacco continue to be mainstays.
The Ugandan Government has also worked with donor countries to reschedule or cancel substantial portions of the country's external debts. Uganda is a member of the WTO. Currency
Uganda has about 30,000 kilometers (18,750 mi.), of roads; some 2,800 kilometers (1,750 mi.) are paved. Most radiate from Kampala. The country has about 1,350 kilometers (800 mi.) of rail lines. A railroad
The inhabitants of Uganda were hunter-gatherers until 1,700 - 2,300 years ago. Bantu speaking populations, who were probably from central and western Africa, migrated to the southern parts of the country. These groups brought and developed iron working skills and new ideas
The Republic of Uganda (pronounced /juːˈɡændə/ or /juːˈɡɑːndə/) is a landlocked country in East Africa. It is bordered on the east by Kenya, on the north by Sudan, on the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, on the southwest by Rwanda, and on the south by Tanzania
Uganda takes its name from the Buganda kingdom, which encompassed a portion of the south of the country including the capital Kampala. Contents - * 1 History
The economy of Uganda, which was devastated during the Idi Amin regime of the 1970s and the subsequent civil war, made a significant comeback beginning in the mid-1980s, when economic reforms aimed at dampening inflation and boosting production and export earnings were undertaken.
Uganda has two main rail lines; one traverses the southern part of the country, the other connects Tororo on the Kenya border with Gulu in the north. The country is linked by rail with Mombasa, Kenya, on the Indian Ocean
Uganda is governed under the constitution of 1995 as amended. The president, who is both head of state and head of government, is elected by popular vote for a five-year term. The unicameral legislature consists of the 332-seat National Assembly, whose members
A visit to the Tombs of Buganda Kings at Kasubi is a great way to spend an entire day. The tombs are a world heritage site. The guides are more than happy to talk to you all day about all
* Kafu River Basin Is an area in central Uganda that is managed and being developed by Uganda Wildlife Safaris Ltd. It is an area with considerable wildlife, but is outside the boundaries of any Park or Reserve
Uganda is a country in East Africa. It is bordered on the east by Kenya, the north by Sudan, on the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, on the southwest by Rwanda, and on the south by Tanzania.
capital city of Uganda is built. The main campus is about 5km to the north of the city centre covering an area of 300 acres (two square kilometres).
The goal of the Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET) is to promote the use of Information and Communication Technologies to support women organisations. WOUGNET maintains a mailing list this
Uganda is one of the fastest growing economies (+6%) and one of the most liberal countries for foreign investment in Africa. Uganda Investment Authority provides pro-active assistance in
Altogether, about 18% of Uganda is made up of water surface and about 7% comprises highland situated at more than 5,000 ft (1,520 m). In addition to Kampala, other cities include Entebbe, Gulu, Jinja, Masaka, and Mbale.
on the Equator, Uganda is largely situated on a plateau, with volcanic mountains edging its eastern and western borders; Margherita Peak, at 16,795 ft (5,119 m), is the highest mountain. Part of Lake Victoria occupies virtually all of southeastern Uganda; other major lakes are
The kingdom of Buganda was visited by the first European explorers in 1862. Protestant and Catholic missionaries arrived in the 1870s, and the development of religious factions led to persecution and civil strife. In 1894 Buganda was formally proclaimed a British protectorate
A composite of four kingdoms and many tribes, Uganda was a focal point of European rivalry before being ceded to Great Britain in 1890. In the 1500 years before the Europeans arrived, the lake region of Africa, with its temperate climate and good soil, was a crossroads for
The first Europeans to visit Uganda were the British explorers John Hanning Speke and James Grant when they were searching for the source of the Nile in 1862. They were followed by Samuel White Baker and Charles George Gordon commanding Egyptian troops.
the region, and the name Uganda was adopted. tea plantation Final details concerning the administration of Uganda were settled by a series of agreements in 1900, the most comprehensive of which
of Buganda (Mutesa II), was elected the first president, and Milton Obote the first prime minister, of the newly independent country. With the help of a young army officer, Col. Idi Amin, Prime Minister Obote seized control of the government from President Mutesa four years
Uganda has waged an enormously successful campaign against AIDS, dramatically reducing the rate of new infections through an intensive public health and education campaign. Museveni won reelection in March 2001 with 70% of the vote, following a nasty and spirited campaign.
Uganda, twice the size of Pennsylvania, is in East Africa. It is bordered on the west by Congo, on the north by the Sudan, on the east by Kenya, and on the south by Tanzania and Rwanda. The country, which
Travel Alert: Travel to the north and northeast of Uganda is advised against due to ongoing violence. Check Safe Travel for current government warnings. Uganda is Africa condensed, with the best of everything the continent has to offer packed into one small but stunning destination. Uganda is
improvement in security in war-ravaged northern Uganda is allowing displaced civilians to return home and has transformed the humanitarian operating environment. A
Although the occurrence of night commuting in Uganda has since dwindled, the film provides a compelling look at the impact of war on children. This DVD can be purchased at www.invisiblechildren.com/theMovement.
“Uganda: Uncertain future for IDPs while peace remains elusive.” Internal Displacement Monitoring Center (April 2008) View this document as a PDF
The international time zone for Uganda is Greenwich +1. The international dialling code is +256. The only international airport in Uganda is at Entebbe, 35 km from Kampala, and the principal airline which flies there is Sabena. As at June 1995 all nationals require
Uganda has been one of Africaâs recent success stories with its groundbreaking accomplishments against HIV/AIDS and reports of robust economic growth. This economic success has been as a result of the implementation of economic reforms. Despite this, private investment
Uganda is a landlocked independent republic with a democratic government which lies between the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire) and Kenya and forms part of the East African Region. The capital city is Kampala. Other major towns are Jinja, Mbale, and
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Uganda is a meber state of EAC a regional intergovernmental organization. Statistics Uganda Bureau of Statistics - UBOS The central statistical office of Uganda. Maps Map of Uganda
Flag of Uganda is six equal horizontal bands of black (top), yellow, red, black, yellow, and red; a white disk is superimposed at the center and depicts a red-crested crane facing the hoist side. PROFILE OFFICIAL NAME: Republic of Uganda
the Kingdom of Buganda was placed under a formal British protectorate. Britain granted internal self-government to Uganda in 1961, with the first elections held on March 1, 1961. Benedicto Kiwanuka of the Democratic Party became the first Chief Minister. Uganda maintained
Uganda's population is predominately rural, and its population density highest in the southern regions. Until 1972, Asians constituted the largest nonindigenous ethnic group in Uganda. In that year, the Idi Amin regime expelled 50,000 Asians, who had been engaged in trade,
The Hunger Project has been working in Uganda since 1999 and is currently empowering close to 70,000 partners in 11 epicenter communities to end their own hunger and poverty. Read More Uganda News - Get Updates on Uganda
The UNDP Uganda Country Office's vision is to be a trusted partner, supporting Uganda to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. »»More about UNDP in Uganda Current UNDP Uganda Projects Projects implementing All Millenium Development Goals
Since its last TPR in 1995, Uganda has eliminated all quantitative restrictions; most of the remaining non-tariff restrictions are maintained for moral, health, security or environmental reasons. Tariffs have become Uganda's main trade policy instrument. Uganda has
Uganda has implemented significant economic reform, including a liberalization of the trade regime, over the last decade and a half. This has attracted foreign direct investment, mainly in manufacturing, and contributed to continued economic growth. Indeed, over the past
Uganda has substantially simplified the structure of its tariff. The simple average rate of Uganda's applied MFN 2000/01 tariff is 9%. However the import licence commission and the withholding tax increase the average rate to 15%. There is some tariff escalation
Uganda has substantial natural resources, including fertile soils, regular rainfall, and sizable mineral deposits of copper, cobalt, gold, and other minerals. Agriculture is the most important sector of the economy, employing over 80% of the work force. Coffee accounts for
Uganda is subject to armed fighting among hostile ethnic groups, rebels, armed gangs, militias, and various government forces that extend across its borders; Uganda hosts 209,860 Sudanese, 27,560 Congolese, and 19,710 Rwandan refugees, while Ugandan refugees as well
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