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Country:
The Republic of Uganda

Capital:

Kampala

Area:

241,038 sq km

Major Cities:
- Kampala
- Gulu
- Lira

Climate:

The country is located on the East African plateau, lying mostly between latitudes 4°N and 2°S (a small area is north of 4°), and longitudes 29° and 35°E. It averages about 1,100 metres (3,609 ft) above sea level, and this slopes very steadily downwards to the Sudanese Plain to the north

Population:

- The current estimated population of Uganda is 35 million. Uganda has a very young population; With a median age of 15 years, it is the lowest median age in the world

- the population of Indians is between 15,000 and 25,000. around 90 percent of the Ugandan Indians reside in Kampala, the capital.

Ethnic Group:

54 Ethnic Group. The largest group is Kinh comprising 88% of the population and mainly living in the Red River Delta, the central coastal delta, the Mekong Delta and major cities. The other 53 ethnic minority groups (approximately 8 million people) are scattered over mountainous area

Coastline:

3,260 km

Language:
English became the official language of Uganda after independence, and Ugandan English is a local variant dialect. Additionally, all Ugandan schools and universities are required by law to teach in English.

Natural Resource:

Uganda has substantial natural resources, including fertile soils, regular rainfall, and sizeable mineral deposits of copper and cobalt. The country has largely untapped reserves of both crude oil and natural gas.[61] While agriculture accounted for 56% of the economy in 1986, with coffee as its main export, it has now been surpassed by the services sector

The economy grew because of continued investment in the rehabilitation of infrastructure, improved incentives for production and exports, reduced inflation and gradually improved domestic security

Infrastructure:
- Road Systems: 86,327 km
- Railways: 1,244 km
- Energy - Production (Bn KWh): 2.256 ( (world 19020 Bn KWh) - Consumption (Mn KWh): 2.06 (world 17480 Bn KWh) - Export: 0.03 Bn KWh - Import: 0
- Export Processing Zones and industrial parks

Legislative:
Legislative power is vested in both the government and the National Assembly. The system is based on a democratic parliamentary system with universal suffrage for all citizens over 18 of years age.

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