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27 Jun 2018 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

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

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

08 Sep 2015 description
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Full Report

Nearly half of 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 (GAM) levels have deteriorated and are at highest levels since 2010.

10 Feb 2015 description

Executive summary
Key findings on food security

Demography
More than 75% of households in North/West Nile refugee settlements (Adjumani S. Sudan influx, Adjumani old caseload, Rhino camp and Koboko) were female headed while at least one in four households is female headed in South West (Kiryandongo, Kyaka II, Oruchinga, Nakivale, Kyangwali, and Rwamwanja). More than half of the household heads had never been to school of which proportionately more are female. Vulnerability to food insecurity is thus high among households.

06 Jul 2014 description

The overall objective of this post-harvest assessment was to determine the level of crop and livestock production and output in Karamoja during the 2013 season and the resultant implications for the current and projected food security situation in the region in 2014.

29 Jan 2014 description

An interagency meeting held on 3rd Jan 2014 at Office of the Prime Minister recommended for an interagency mult-sectoral assessment mission to the influx areas. Because of the nature of the emergency, it was agreed that the team split into three. One team for Adjumani and Elegu transit another team for Arua/Koboko/Kiryandongo and another Team to Acholi sub region.

30 Jun 2010 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES

The Annual Headline Inflation rate remained relatively stable at 4.4% for the year ending June 2010 compared to 4.3% in May 2010 (table 3). In addition the Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crops, fuel, electricity and metered water also stabilized at 4.6% for the year ending June 2010 compared to the same rate of 4.6% recorded in May 2010 (Table 4). The Annual Food Crops Inflation rate for the year ending June 2010 went up to 4.4% from 4.1% recorded in May 2010 (table 4).

31 May 2010 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES DOWN

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending May 2010 went down further to 4.4% from 5.9% in April 2010 (table 3). The Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crops, fuel, electricity and metered water dropped to 4.6% for the year ending May 2010 compared to 5.5% in April 2010 (Table 4). The Annual Food Crops Inflation rate for the year ending May 2010 also dropped to 5.5% from 10.7% registered in April 2010 (table 4).

30 Apr 2010 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES DOWN

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending April 2010 went down further to 5.9% from 7.5% in March 2010 (table 3). The Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crops, fuel, electricity and metered water dropped to 5.7% for the year ending April 2010 compared to 6.4% in March 2010 (Table 4). The Annual Food Crops Inflation rate for the year ending April 2010 dropped further to 10.7% from 16.8% registered in March 2010 (table 4).

13 Apr 2010 description

Uganda Government, through Ministry of Health (MoH) with funding from International Development Association (IDA), intends to implement the Uganda Health Systems Strengthening Project which (under the "Health Infrastructure" component) seeks to improve functionality of existing healthcare infrastructure of 46 existing health facilities in various districts. These include 27 health center IVs (HCIV); 17 general hospitals (GHs) and 2 regional referral hospitals (RRH).

31 Mar 2010 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES DOWN

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending March 2010 went down to 7.5% from 8.1% (revised) in February 2010 (table 3). The Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crops, fuel, electricity and metered water remained relatively stable at 6.5% for the year ending March 2010 compared to 6.4% (revised) in February 2010 (Table 4).

28 Feb 2010 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES DOWN

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending January 2010 went down further to 8.8% from 11.0% in December 2009 (table 3). In addition, the Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crop , fuel, electricity and metered water from the CPI basket also dropped to 5.4% for the year ending January 2010 from 7.4% that was registered for the year ended December 2009 (Table 4).

31 Jan 2010 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES DOWN

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending January 2010 went down further to 8.8% from 11.0% in December 2009 (table 3). In addition, the Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crop , fuel, electricity and metered water from the CPI basket also dropped to 5.4% for the year ending January 2010 from 7.4% that was registered for the year ended December 2009 (Table 4).

31 Oct 2009 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES DOWN

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending October 2009 went down to 13.3% from 14.6% for September 2009 (table 3). Likewise the Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crop , fuel, electricity and metered water from the CPI basket dropped further to 9.1% for the year ending October 2009 from 9.9% for the year ended September 2009 (Table 4).