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Counties of Uganda

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politics and government of
Uganda
Counties of Uganda

The districts of Uganda are divided into 146 counties, one city council, and thirteen municipalities. The counties are listed below, by district:

Contents

  • Abim District 1
  • Adjumani District 2
  • Amolatar District 3
  • Amuria District 4
  • Amuru District 5
  • Apac District 6
  • Arua District 7
  • Budaka District 8
  • Bugiri District 9
  • Bukwa District 10
  • Bulisa District 11
  • Bundibugyo District 12
  • Bushenyi District 13
  • Busia District 14
  • Busiki District 15
  • Butaleja District 16
  • Dokolo District 17
  • Gulu District 18
  • Hoima District 19
  • Ibanda District 20
  • Iganga District 21
  • Jinja District 22
  • Kaabong District 23
  • Kabale District 24
  • Kabarole District 25
  • Kaberamaido District 26
  • Kabingo District 27
  • Kalangala District 28
  • Kaliro District 29
  • Kampala District 30
  • Kamuli District 31
  • Kamwenge District 32
  • Kanungu District 33
  • Kapchorwa District 34
  • Kasese District 35
  • Katakwi District 36
  • Kayunga District 37
  • Kibale District 38
  • Kiboga District 39
  • Kiruhura District 40
  • Kisoro District 41
  • Kitgum District 42
  • Koboko District 43
  • Kotido District 44
  • Kumi District 45
  • Kyenjojo District 46
  • Lira District 47
  • Luwero District 48
  • Manafwa District 49
  • Maracha District 50
  • Masaka District 51
  • Masindi District 52
  • Mayuge District 53
  • Mbale District 54
  • Mbarara District 55
  • Mityana District 56
  • Moroto District 57
  • Moyo District 58
  • Mpigi District 59
  • Mubende District 60
  • Mukono District 61
  • Maracha District 62
  • Nakapiripirit District 63
  • Nakaseke District 64
  • Nakasongola District 65
  • Nebbi District 66
  • Ntungamo District 67
  • Oyam District 68
  • Pader District 69
  • Pallisa District 70
  • Rakai District 71
  • Rukungiri District 72
  • Sembabule District 73
  • Sironko District 74
  • Soroti District 75
  • Tororo District 76
  • Wakiso District 77
  • Yumbe District 78
  • See also 79
  • References 80

Abim District

Adjumani District

Amolatar District

Amuria District

Amuru District

Apac District

Arua District

Budaka District

Bugiri District

Bukwa District

Bulisa District

Bundibugyo District

Bushenyi District

Busia District

Busiki District

Butaleja District

Dokolo District

Gulu District

Hoima District

Ibanda District

Iganga District

Jinja District

Kaabong District

Kabale District

Kabarole District

Kaberamaido District

Kabingo District

Kalangala District

Kaliro District

Kampala District

Kamuli District

Kamwenge District

Kanungu District

Kapchorwa District

Kasese District

Katakwi District

Kayunga District

Kibale District

Kiboga District

Kiruhura District

Kisoro District

Kitgum District

Koboko District

Kotido District

Kumi District

Kyenjojo District

Lira District

Luwero District

Manafwa District

Maracha District

Masaka District

Masindi District

Mayuge District

Mbale District

Mbarara District

Mityana District

Moroto District

Moyo District

Mpigi District

Mubende District

Mukono District

Maracha District

Maracha is one of the new districts created out of the divide-and-rule policy of President Museveni. It was created by altering the boundary of Maracha-Terego district; a district formerly created out of Maracha and Terego counties, formerly an opposition stronghold. The district is a one-county district with seven Sub Counties.

Nakapiripirit District

Nakaseke District

Nakasongola District

Nebbi District

Ntungamo District

Oyam District

Pader District

Pallisa District

Rakai District

Rukungiri District

Sembabule District

Sironko District

Soroti District

Tororo District

Wakiso District

Yumbe District

The counties are further divided into sub-counties.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ Uganda Districts
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