Uganda Bureau of Statistics

Uganda Bureau of Statistics
Agency overview
Formed 1998
Jurisdiction Government of Uganda
Headquarters Statistics House
Nakasero, Kampala, Uganda
Agency executives Robin Kibuuka PhD, Chairman
Paul Mungyereza, Executive Director
Parent agency Uganda Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning
Website Homepage

The Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) is an agency of the Government of Uganda, the third-largest economy in East Africa. Formed by Act of Parliament in 1998, the agency is mandated to "coordinate, monitor and supervise Uganda's national statistical system".


The headquarters of UBOS are located in Statistics House, at 9 Colville Street, on Nakasero Hill, in Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city. This location lies at the corner of Colville Street and Nile Avenue. The coordinates of Statistics House are:0°18'57.0"N, 32°35'05.0"E (Latitude:0.315833; Longitude:32.584722).[1]


The agency is supervised by the Uganda Ministry of Finance economic planning. UBOS is governed by a seven-person Board of Directors.[2] Its scope of work includes the conducting of a national population census at least once every 10 years or so. The next national census is scheduled for August 2014.[3] The exercise will cost an estimated UGX:75 billion (US$29 million), and create an estimated 150,000 temporary jobs.[4] The agency also publishes regular economic surveys and forecasts, including the monthly inflation figures for the country.[5]

See also


  1. ^ Google, . "Location of Statistics House At Google Maps". Google Maps. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  2. ^ Kwesiga, Pascal (9 August 2014). "UBOS Gets New Board". New Vision. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  3. ^ Baguma, Raymond (12 September 2013). "National Population Census for 2014". New Vision. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  4. ^ Mugalu, Moses (12 December 2013). "Census To Offer 150,000 Jobs". The Observer (Uganda). Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  5. ^ Oketch, Martin Luther (20 June 2012). "Ubos Expands Statistical Collection". Daily Monitor. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 

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