UGANDA By:Josh Akins

LOCATION?
Geographic theme- Uganda is in the east central Africa,south of Sudan, and west of Kenya.
Relative location- Uganda is located in central Africa, it lies within the eastern as well northern and Southern Hemisphere.
What is the counties capital-Kampala
Uganda military
Infection outbreak
Uganda military
Lake Kyoga and the surrounding basin dominate central Uganda. Additional lakes note include Lake Kwania, Lake Bugondo, Lake George and Lake Opeta. The Nile River leaves Lake Victoria near Jinja, as the Victoria Nile.
Where Uganda is located
Short Rains: April to May of the year accompanied by fantastic thunderstorms. Long Rains: September to November and once again often there is a thunderstorm with it. Usually it is during the night or early morning, by 10 am the sun is out. This year in 2012 the long rains have arrived early.yThere are some dry regions of the country that receive a small amount of rainfall of 100 mm or less however in the rest of the country it is between 1000 and 2000 mm.
It is bordered to the east by Kenya, to the north by South Sudan, to the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to the south-west by Rwanda, and to the south by Tanzania.
Uganda military
Uganda military
Uganda military training
Africa's Great Lakes–Lake Victoria, Lake Kyoga, Lake Albert, and Lake Edward–lie within Uganda or on its borders.
PLACE?
The country is mostly plateau with a rim of mountains.The climate is tropical and generally rainy with two dry seasons (December to February, June to August).It is semiarid in the northeast.
Uganda military cooking food
Water transportation in Uganda
Water transportation in Uganda
Uganda military defense
Uganda military repair or building things
The culture of Uganda is made up of a diverse range of ethnic groups. Lake Kyoga forms the northern boundary for the Bantu-speaking people, who dominate much of East, Central, and Southern Africa. In Uganda, they include the Baganda and several other tribes.
Uganda snake
How people cook in Uganda
Birds standing by Uganda water
Uganda's religious heritage is tripartite: indigenous religions, Islam, and Christianity. About four-fifths of the population is Christian, primarily divided between Roman Catholics and Protestants.
The Uganda landscape
Uganda ape
Fun things to do on vacation in Uganda
There are 13 national holidays celebrated annually in Uganda. Government offices, schools, and most businesses are closed: January 1 New Years Day January 26 NRM Day (NRM is the national political party) Variable Idd (both Idd Muslim holidays, dates change according to the moon) March 8 Women’s Day Variable Good Friday Variable Easter Monday May 1 Labor Day June 3 Martyr’s Day June 9 Hero’s Day October 9 Independence Day (Independence from Britain was received in 1962 December 25 Christmas Day December 26 Boxing Day (celebrated in many former British colonies)
This is a church in Uganda
Celebration in Uganda
Uganda people interacting with each other
Uganda is a presidential republic, in which the President of Uganda is both head of State and head of Government; there is a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the National Assembly.
HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION
Uganda's main food crops have been plantains, cassava, sweet potatoes, millet, sorghum, corn, beans, and groundnuts. Major cash crops have been coffee, cotton, tea, and tobacco,
Building places in Uganda
Waterfall in Uganda
Job Opportunities in Uganda. World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Motivated by our Christian faith, World Vision serves all people, regardless of their religion, ethnicity or gender.
The terrain in Uganda
Transportation in Uganda
How the sanitation is not good in Uganda
The most endangered species in Uganda is a elephant because people are killing them for the horns and skin.
Animals
Animals
Education
Uganda-is a very poor country and very unhealthy conditions. There is groups from the USA coming together to set up water wells for the groups of people that live in Uganda. The USA has donated so much money to Uganda which is really good we our helping people every day in Uganda.
REGION?
The system of education in Uganda has a structure of 7 years of primary education, 6 years of secondary education (divided into 4 years of lower secondary and 2 years of upper secondary school), and 3 to 5 years of post-secondary education. The present system has existed since the early 1960s.
People working together
Uganda school kids
School for kids to learn
Population-37.58million. Population density-people per sq. km of land area) in Uganda was 188.43 as of 2014..
Area-93,065 mi²
GDP per capita-571.96USD
Life expectancy-58.65 years
Literacy: definition: age 15 and over can read and write.
tropical; generally rainy with two dry seasons (December to February, June to August); semiarid in northeast
MOVEMENT?
The National Resistance Movement commonly referred to simply as The Movement, is the ruling political party in Uganda.
Exported goods-offee fish and fish product tea cotton flowers horticultural products gold Main export partners.
USA working with Uganda military
Kids in Uganda
Education
Education
The flag was adopted October 9, 1962. The flag's colors: black, yellow and red, represent the Ugandan people, sunlight and brotherhood. The centered "Great Crested Crane" is the country's national badge (symbol).
Uganda is opening more schools
Uganda gained independence from Great Britain as a parliamentary democratic monarchy with traditional kingdoms Ankole, Buganda, Bunyoro and Toro receiving federal status and a degree of autonomy.
Technology used in Uganda is education and thing like laptops and school that have
Uganda military
Uganda school education
Uganda kids being tought
primarily as a result of more than two decades of continuous warfare. Damaged roads and railroads were accorded high priority in the government's RDP, which allocated 29 percent of planned investment to transportation and communications. The government also hoped to extend Uganda's links with Indian Ocean ports through Tanzania in order to reduce the dependence on Kenya. Air transportation, however, reached a critical state in the late 1980s, with a severe shortage of both aircraft and skilled management personnel.
Transportation bicycle
Transportation cars
Transportation rail roads

Come to Uganda on vacation they have bike tours and wildlife education center they also have raft tours and those are the best to do with a big family.

Day in the life of a high school residents-A typical day for arural primary school child in Uganda 5:00 am Wake Up, wash 05:15am Go to collect water from the well or bore hole – may be half a mile or more away 06:00 am Clean the compound at home, take the animals to graze 06:15 am Most children don’t have breakfast. If they do, it’s bread and Blue Band margarine. 06:30 am Start walking to school (some set off before this as some Water collection - a daily fact of life for children however small. Those containers weigh between 5 and 20 kgs when full. children have a 6 mile walk) 07:00 am Arrive at school 07:15 am Clean school compound and class rooms 07:40 am School assembly and prayers 08:00 am Go to class for lessons 10:00 am Break Time 10:30 am Lessons 01:00 pm Lunch break – most children don’t have lunch 02:00 pm Back to class for lessons 03:00 pm Classes end, start work in school garden, clean classrooms, compound and latrines 04:00 pm School ends, start walking back home 05:30 pm Take off uniform & change into work clothes 06:00 pm Collect water, animals & firewood, dig fields 08:00 pm Back home. Clean up and start home work 09:30 pm Have supper 10:00 pm Help to wash dishes, do the washing etc 10:15 pm Finish home work by candle light 11:00 pm Go to bed

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Created with images by tpsdave - "te-tugu uganda men" • Noel Reynolds - "Eastern Plantain Eater (Crinifer zonurus)" • sanjoyg - "Under the mango tree" • gerritbril - "chimpanzee uganda monkey" • amzschmidt - "elephants animals wildlife" • US Army Africa - "Burundi peacekeepers prepare for next rotation to Somalia, Bjumbura, Burundi 012210" • CDC Global Health - "Headline in Kampala" • US Army Africa - "Burundi peacekeepers prepare for next rotation to Somalia, Bjumbura, Burundi 012210" • Jorn Eriksson - "Queen Elisabeth National Park" • phylofigures - "ppat.1000212.g001" • Miss Helena - "Uganda-767" • Yves Maurer - "20121130-104338-3259" • US Army Africa - "Burundi peacekeepers prepare for next rotation to Somalia, Bjumbura, Burundi 012210" • US Army Africa - "Burundi peacekeepers prepare for next rotation to Somalia, Bjumbura, Burundi 012210" • US Army Africa - "Burundi peacekeepers prepare for deployment to Somalia" • Miss Helena - "Uganda-755" • hjallig - "Mzungu!" • flöschen - "Virunga Volcanoes" • US Army Africa - "Burundi peacekeepers prepare for next rotation to Somalia, Bjumbura, Burundi 012210" • Jorge Lascar - "The Nile river from 6th of October Bridge" • Jorge Lascar - "The Nile river from the 6th of October Bridge" • US Army Africa - "Burundi peacekeepers prepare for next rotation to Somalia, Bjumbura, Burundi 012210" • US Army Africa - "Burundi peacekeepers prepare for next rotation to Somalia, Bjumbura, Burundi 012210" • Mark Jordahl - "Northern Uganda" • Dluogs - "Herald Snake - Crotaphopeltis hotamboeia 1e" • flöschen - "Chapati oven" • neiljs - "Lake Victoria beach nr Entebbe" • The Dilly Lama - "Lake Nkuruba Kids" • Dave Proffer - "Flying between Kampala and Fort Portal" • cristoffercrusell - "CNV00136" • YoTuT - "Tipping the Boat" • mattlucht - "Uganda_1" • flöschen - "Church of Mityana" • The Dilly Lama - "DSC_0627" • Speaking of Pictures... - "Looking for a Circumcision Offering" • mattlucht - "Uganda_15" • Miss Helena - "Uganda-1012" • futureatlas.com - "The Congo-Uganda border" • flöschen - "Inside the workshop" • flöschen - "Murchison Falls" • DFID - UK Department for International Development - "Sewing communities back together" • flöschen - "Mist over Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park" • Travelholic Path - "Kampala - Boda-Boda" • flöschen - "Green Pond" • markjordahl - "olive baboon uganda" • flöschen - "Hippos!" • cristoffercrusell - "CNV00023" • Dave Proffer - "Fort Portal" • The Dilly Lama - "DSC_0585" • MonikaP - "crocodile on the lurking uganda" • turibamwe - "african uganda bicycle" • MastaBaba - "Forward!" • neiljs - "Photo opportunity Bujugali falls nr Jinja Uganda" • Todd Huffman - "School" • DFID - UK Department for International Development - "Swapping aid for trade in northern Uganda" • Numbercfoto - "farmer africa farmland" • The Dilly Lama - "Rwenzori Mountain kids 7" • mattlucht - "Uganda_10" • neiljs - "Source of the Nile, Jinga, Uganda" • Dave Proffer - "Out Reach To Africa clinic in Rwebisengo" • flöschen - "Traffic in Kampala" • flöschen - "Valley" • Leandro's World Tour - "Kampala - vista parcial 2" • US Army Africa - "Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Kitgum High School, Uganda, Oct. 23 2009 - United States Army Africa - AFRICOM - 091023A1211N194c" • mattlucht - "Uganda_003" • mattlucht - "Uganda_006" • reteach92 - "school chemistry uganda" • flöschen - "Lake" • mattlucht - "Uganda_25" • Travelholic Path - "Uganda carrier" • flöschen - "Murchison Falls" • US Army Africa - "Aerial logistics training, Atlas Drop 11, Soroti, Uganda, April 2011" • mattlucht - "Uganda_37" • treesftf - "Uganda Kyankwanzi-Kiboga" • NeilsPhotography - "Botagota" • US Army Africa - "Uganda railways assessment 2010" • US Army Africa - "Uganda railways assessment 2010" • US Army Africa - "Uganda railways assessment 2010" • StephenLukeEdD - "Uganda-12" • US Army Africa - "Georgia Chaplain, Shepherd of good will at Atlas Drop, April 2011" • StephenLukeEdD - "Uganda-10"

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