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27 Jun 2018 description


Uganda, as at the end of October 2017 was hosting more than 1.3 million refugees across 12 districts in the country. The refugees live alongside their Ugandan host’s communities in the settlements.

21 Nov 2016 description

Executive Summary

1.1 Food security situation

Overall food security classification shows that half of the population in Karamoja (50%) is food insecure, of which 12% were found to be severely food insecure. While these findings suggest a marginal increase in food insecurity at regional (Karamoja) level since June 2015, there were marked district level variations:

  • Significant deterioration in Kaabong, Kotido, Napak & Abim districts;

  • Marked improvement in Moroto & Nakapiripirit districts;

03 Dec 2015 description
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Executive Summary


Nearly half of the households are currently food insecure with either Borderline or Poor Food Consumption Score, mainly due to the lean season that has seen a decline in food stocks at household level and contributed to food price rises (therefore reducing economic ability to purchase food).

While food security status has marginally improved since June 2014, Global Acute Malnutrition levels have deteriorated to the highest levels since 2010.

06 Nov 2015 description

Since 1995, the National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP) and its partners have been implementing and scaling up malaria interventions in all parts of the country. To determine the progress made in malaria control and prevention in Uganda, the Uganda Malaria Indicator Survey (UMIS) was implemented in 2009 and again in 2014-15 to provide data on key malaria indicators including mosquito net ownership and use, as well as prompt treatment using ACT