Over 60 Percent of Ugandans Live in Slums - Report


A report from the ministry of land, housing and urban development has estimated that over 60 percent of the urban population live in slums - apparently brought about by the increasing rate at which people are leaving the rural areas and moving to cities.
  • Uganda:  Bungalows to Be Outlawed in Kampala City

    New Vision, 31 October 2012

    The Government is coming up with physical planning regulations that will forbid construction of bungalows within the vicinity of Kampala's Central Business District and promote ... read more »

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Bungalows to be outlawed in Kampala to promote high density 10 storey buildings

  • Uganda:  Kampala Is One Big Slum

    New Vision, 31 October 2012

    YOU live in a slum; yes you do. Deal with it. Given the rate at which people are crowding the city today, the city is turning into one big slum. read more »

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  • Housing Deficit in Uganda

    Author:
    NTV Uganda
    Publisher:
    NTV Uganda
    Publication Date:
    9 January 2011

    statistics show that at least 4.8 million people in the city may not have a place to live in, by 2025. The statistics from Uganda Bureau of ... see more »