What are the newly created districts in Uganda?

06/28/2019 Off By admin

What are the newly created districts in Uganda?

Districts created since 2015

Date effective New district Parent district
1 July 2018 Kikuube Hoima
1 July 2019 Obongi Moyo
Kazo Kiruhura
Rwampara Mbarara

How many districts make Uganda?

111 districts
Uganda is divided into four administrative regions: Northern (yellow), Eastern (green), Central (red) and Western (blue). These region are further divided into 111 districts and one city (the capital city of Kampala).

Which is the biggest districts in Uganda?

Guide to Cities in Uganda

City District Population
1. Kampala Kampala 1,507,080
2. Nansana Wakiso 365,124
3. Kira Town Wakiso 317,157
4. Ssabagabo Wakiso 283,272

Which is the richest district in Uganda?

Wakiso has the largest GDP per capita ($3,250), followed by Kampala ($2,655) and Mukono ($1,738). Central and Western Uganda tend to have larger per capita GDP estimates than Eastern and Northern Uganda.

How many cities are in Uganda today?

In May 2019, the Cabinet of Uganda approved the creation of 15 cities, in a phased manner, over the course of the next one to three years, as illustrated in the table below. The 7 of the 15 cities started operations on 1 July 2020 as approved by the Parliament of Uganda.

What is the biggest town in Uganda?


Rank City Region
1 Kampala Central
2 Fort Portal Western
3 Arua Northern
4 Gulu Northern

What is the cleanest town in Uganda?

Fort Portal municipality at the foot of Rwenzori Mountains is currently known to the cleanest town in Uganda and a gateway to various national parks including Kibale, Semuliki, Queen Elizabeth, Bwindi Impenetrable, Rwenzori and Toro-Semuliki Wildlife reserves.

What is the cleanest city in Uganda?

Entebbe Town
In 2013, Entebbe Town was declared Uganda’s cleanest town by New Vision. The town scored 68.7% in a survey which ranked over 100 towns, municipalities and divisions on cleanliness, sanitation and hygiene. Fort Portal came in second with a tally of 65.5% and third came Jinja with a tally of 52.8%.

What is the most common language in Uganda?

Uganda/Official languages