Which is the biggest region in Uganda?

The North is one of four regions in the African country of Uganda. While the northern region is the largest in the country in terms of area, it is the region with the lowest population in terms of population.

How many regions does Uganda have?

The regions of Uganda are known as Central, Western, Eastern, and Northern. These four regions are in turn divided into districts.

What is the smallest district in Uganda?

Kampala is the smallest district in Uganda and yet carries the biggest population.

What is the biggest district in western Uganda?

The Western region is one of four regions in the country of Uganda. As of Uganda’s 2014 census, the region’s population was 8,874,862.


District Buliisa
Population (Census 1991) 47,709
Population (Census 2002) 63,363
Population (Census 2014) 113,161
Chief town Buliisa

What is the largest in Uganda?

Twenty largest cities by population

Rank Name 2014 Census
1 Kampala 1,507,080
2 Nansana 365,124
3 Kira 317,157
4 Ssabagabo 283,272
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Which is the most developed region in Uganda?


Rank Region HDI (2019)
Medium human development
1 Kampala 0.657
2 Central South 0.603
3 Central North 0.557

Which district is at the Centre of Uganda?

The geographic centre of Uganda is north of Lake Kyoga in Olyaka village, Olyaka parish in Namasale sub-county in Amolatar District, Northern Uganda.

What is the poorest district in Uganda?

Wakiso has the largest GDP per capita in Uganda ($3,250), followed by Kampala ($2,655) and Mukono ($1,738). Kagadi ($56), Alebtong ($64), and Otuke ($66) are the three poorest districts based on this model. 6 of the 10 poorest districts per capita are in Northern Uganda.

Which is the poorest tribe in Uganda?

Distribution of Uganda’s Poor.

When it comes to were the poor are most found, Karamoja has the highest percentage of poor people at 74%. This is followed by West Nile at 42%, then Lango and Acholi at 35%, Eastern with 24.7%, Busoga with 24.3%, Bunyoro, Tooro and Rwenzori with 9.8%,; Ankole and Kigezi with 7.6%.

Who heads Uganda Prisons?

The Administrative head of the Uganda Prisons Service is the Commissioner General of Prisons (CGP) who is deputised by the Deputy Commissioner General (DCGP).

How many eastern districts are in Uganda?

The Eastern region is one of four regions in the country of Uganda. As of Uganda’s 2014 census, the region’s population was 9,042,422.


District Budaka
Population (Census 1991) 100,348
Population (Census 2002) 136,489
Population (Census 2014) 207,597
Chief town Budaka

Which flag was used in Uganda by the British?

During the colonial era the British used a British Blue ensign defaced with the colonial badge, as prescribed in 1865 regulations. Buganda, the largest of the traditional kingdoms in the colony of Uganda, had its own flag.

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Is Wakiso the largest district in Uganda?

Wakiso District is a district in the Central Region of Uganda that partly encircles Kampala, Uganda’s capital city. The town of Wakiso is the site of the district headquarters. Kira, the country’s second largest city and suburb of Kampala, is in the district.

Wakiso District
Website www.wakiso.go.ug

What city is the capital of Uganda?

The Baganda is the most dominant tribes in Uganda and their population is around 35 million.

Which tribe in Uganda eats the first born?

There were so many stories of the weird things the Baganda do, among them that every first born of every woman is eaten in a tribal ritual…” the speech read in part.