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Refugee population by district
Refugee settlements
Total refugees JSON 
1,434,708
آخر تحديث 31 Oct 2020
Source - Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 
Total refugees by month JSON  .CSV 
Refugees by district JSON 
The category "Other" includes refugees in transit/reception facilities pending relocation to settlements.
موقع Source تاريخ البيانات Population
Yumbe Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  16.2%
232,743
Adjumani Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  15.0%
214,503
Madi Okollo & Terego Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  13.2%
188,972
Isingiro Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  9.9%
142,310
Kyegegwa Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  8.7%
124,498
Kikuube Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  8.6%
123,009
Obongi Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  8.6%
122,851
Kampala Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  5.8%
83,614
Kamwenge Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  5.1%
73,388
Kiryandongo Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  4.8%
69,455
Lamwo Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  3.8%
53,818
Koboko Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  0.4%
5,547

Refugees by country of origin JSON  .CSV 
Country of origin Source تاريخ البيانات Population
South Sudan Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  61.7%
885,171
Dem. Rep. of the Congo Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  29.2%
418,369
Burundi Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  3.4%
49,082
Somalia Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  2.9%
41,850
Rwanda Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  1.2%
17,579
Eritrea Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  1.1%
15,604
Sudan Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  0.2%
3,240
Ethiopia Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  0.2%
3,129
Others Office of the Prime Minister, UNHCR, Government of Uganda 31 Oct 2020
  0.0%
684


Host population by district JSON 
موقع Source تاريخ البيانات Population
Kampala 20 Jan 2020
  27.2%
1,680,600
Madi Okollo & Terego 20 Jan 2020
  14.8%
915,200
Yumbe 20 Jan 2020
  10.8%
663,600
Isingiro 20 Jan 2020
  9.7%
596,400
Kamwenge 20 Jan 2020
  8.3%
513,500
Kyegegwa 20 Jan 2020
  7.1%
441,000
Kikuube 20 Jan 2020
  5.8%
358,700
Kiryandongo 20 Jan 2020
  5.1%
313,800
Koboko 20 Jan 2020
  4.2%
258,000
Adjumani 20 Jan 2020
  3.8%
235,900
Lamwo 20 Jan 2020
  2.3%
143,800
Obongi 20 Jan 2020
  0.8%
48,300

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  أبرز العناوين
Local Economic Development Strategy Launch – Moyo and Obongi Districts On 20 November, with support of their local economic development partners, UNHCR and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), the Moyo district and Obongi district are launching their Local Economic Development (LED) Strategy. Both these districts have had mass influxes of refugees over the last few years, with over 123,000 registered refugees in Palorinya settlement, Obongi. They have formulated their five year development plans under the Comprehensive National Development Framework with a vision to have a transformed population that is productive and prosperous by 2040. The main pillars of the LED strategy are enabling infrastructure, supporting local private sector development, upgrading human capital, attracting investment and changing attitudes towards local economic development. The inclusion of refugees in the district development plans marks a watershed in the humanitarian-development nexus, and provides stakeholders with a structure to transition towards resilience building interventions. Please find more information in the uploaded LED brochure and for further details contact Teresa Ongaro (Head of Field Office, Moyo, Uganda)
13 Nov 2020
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العاصمة
Kampala
اللغات
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عدد السكان
34,856,813
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معامل جيني
44.3
العملة
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