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List of cities and towns in Uganda

Map of Uganda
Kampala, Capital of Uganda
Parliament of Uganda, Kampala

This is a list of cities and towns in Uganda: The population data are for 2014, except where otherwise indicated. The references from which the estimated populations are sourced are listed in each article for the cities and towns where the population estimates are given.

Contents

  • Twenty five largest cities by population 1
  • Cities and towns 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4
  • References 5

Twenty five largest cities by population

The population numbers are for the year 2014. The source of the population data is the Uganda Bureau of Statistics via Citypopulation.de, based on the August 2014 National Population Census.[1]

Kampala, Capital of Uganda
Rank Name 2014 Census Population Count
1 Kampala* 1,516,210
2 Kira 313,761
3 Mbarara 195,013
4 Mukono 161,996
5 Gulu 152,276
6 Nansana 144,441
7 Masaka 103,829
8 Kasese 101,679
9 Hoima 100,625
10 Lira 99,059
11 Mbale 96,189
12 Masindi 94,622
13 Njeru 81,052
14 Jinja 72,931
15 Entebbe 69,958
16 Arua 62,657
17 Wakiso 60,911
18 Busia 55,958
19 Fort Portal 54,275
20 Iganga 53,870
21 Mpondwe 51,018
22 Kabale 49,667
23 Soroti 49,452
24 Mityana 48,002
25 Mubende 46,921

  * capital city

Cities and towns

  1. Alebtong - 15,100
  2. Abim - 17,400
  3. Adjumani - 43,022
  4. Amolatar - 14,800
  5. Amuria - 5,400
  6. Amuru -
  7. Apac - 14,500
  8. Arua - 62,657
  9. Bombo - 26,370
  10. Budaka - 23,834
  11. Bugembe - 41,323
  12. Bugiri - 29,013
  13. Bukedea - 36,700
  14. Bukomansimbi - 9,900 ('12)
  15. Buliisa - 28,100
  16. Buikwe - 16,633
  17. Bundibugyo - 21,600
  18. Busembatya - 15,700
  19. Bushenyi - 41,063
  20. Busia - 55,958
  21. Busolwe - 16.730
  22. Butaleja - 19,519
  23. Buwenge - 22,074
  24. Buyende - 23,039
  25. Dokolo - 31,610
  26. Elegu - 5,000 ('12)
  27. Entebbe - 69,958
  28. Fort Portal - 54,275
  29. Gombe, Butambala - 15,196
  30. Gulu - 152,276
  31. Hima - 29,700
  32. Hoima - 100,625
  33. Ibanda - 31,316
  34. Iganga - 53,870
  35. Isingiro - 29,721
  36. Jinja - 72,931
  37. Kaabong - 23,900
  38. Kabale - 49,667
  39. Kaberamaido - 3,400
  40. Kabuyanda - 16,325
  41. Kabwohe - 20,300
  42. Kagadi - 22,813
  43. Kakinga - 22,151
  44. Kakira - 32,819
  45. Kakiri - 19,449
  46. Kalangala - 5,200
  47. Kaliro - 16,796
  48. Kalisizo - 32,700
  49. Kalongo - 15,000
  50. Kalungu -
  51. Kampala - 1,659,600
  52. Kamuli - 17,725
  53. Kanoni -
  54. Kamwenge - 19,240
  55. Kanungu - 15,138
  56. Kapchorwa - 12,900
  57. Kasese - 101,679
  58. Katakwi - 8,400
  59. Kayunga - 26,588
  60. Kibaale - 7,600
  61. Kiboga - 19,591
  62. Kibingo - 15,918
  63. Kihiihi - 20,349
  64. Kira - 313,761
  65. Kiruhura - 14,000
  66. Kiryandongo -13,400
  67. Kisoro - 17,561
  68. Kitgum - 44,604
  69. Koboko - 37,825
  70. Kotido - 22,900
  71. Kumi - 13,000
  72. Kyazanga - 15,531
  73. Kyegegwa - 18,729
  74. Kyenjojo - 23,467
  75. Kyotera - 9,000
  76. Lira - 99,059
  77. Lugazi - 39,483
  78. Lukaya - 24,250
  79. Luweero - 42,734
  80. Lwakhakha - 10,700
  81. Lwengo - 15,527
  82. Lyantonde - 8,900
  83. Malaba - 18,228
  84. Manafwa - 15,800
  85. Masaka - 103,829
  86. Masindi - 94,622
  87. Masindi Port - 10,400 ('09)
  88. Masulita - 14,762
  89. Matugga - 15,000 ('10)
  90. Mayuge - 17,151
  91. Mbale - 96,1890
  92. Mbarara - 195,013
  93. Mitooma -
  94. Mityana - 48,002
  95. Mpigi - 44,274
  96. Mpondwe - 51,018
  97. Moroto - 14,818
  98. Moyo - 23,700
  99. Mubende - 46,921
  100. Mukono - 161,996
  101. Mutukula - 15,000 ('09)
  102. Nagongera - 11,800
  103. Nakaseke - 2,200
  104. Nakasongola - 7,800
  105. Nakapiripirit - 2,800
  106. Namayingo - 15,741
  107. Namutumba - 18,736
  108. Nansana - 144,441
  109. Nebbi - 34,975
  110. Ngora - 15,086
  111. Njeru - 81,052
  112. Nkokonjeru - 14,000
  113. Ntungamo - 18,854
  114. Oyam - 14,500
  115. Pader - 13,500
  116. Paidha - 33,426
  117. Pakwach - 22,360
  118. Pallisa - 32,681
  119. Rakai - 7,000
  120. Rukungiri - 36,509
  121. Rwimi - 16,256
  122. Sembabule - 4,800
  123. Sironko - 18,884
  124. Soroti - 49,452
  125. Tororo - 41,906
  126. Wakiso - 60,911
  127. Wobulenzi - 27,027
  128. Yumbe - 35,606

See also

External links

  • 2012 Estimated Populations of Ugandan Cities At Worldgazetteer.com
  • Next National Census Scheduled for August 2012
  • 2002 District Household Survey

References

  1. ^ UBOS, . (29 November 2014). "The Population of The Regions of the Republic of Uganda And All Cities And Towns of More Than 15,000 Inhabitants". Citypopulation.de Quoting Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS). Retrieved 21 February 2015. 
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