08% (male 747, 934/female 1, 056, 905) (2020 est. ) Median agetotal: 15. 7 yearsmale: 14. 9 yearsfemale: 16. 5 years (2020 est. )total: 18. 2 yearsmale: 17. 9 yearsfemale: 18. 4 years (2020 est. ) Population growth rate3. 31% (2021 est. )2. 81% (2021 est. ) Birth rate41. 6 births/1, 000 population (2021 est. )33.
(Kiswahili)The World Factbook, the indispensable source for basic information. Literacydefinition: age 15 and over can read and writetotal population: 76. 5%male: 82. 7%female: 70. 8% (2018)definition: age 15 and over can read and write Kiswahili (Swahili), English, or Arabictotal population: 77. 9%male: 83. 2%female: 73. 1% (2015) Major infectious diseasesdegree of risk: very high (2020)food or waterborne diseases: bacterial diarrhea, hepatitis A and E, and typhoid fevervectorborne diseases: malaria, dengue fever, and Trypanosomiasis-Gambiense (African sleeping sickness)water contact diseases: schistosomiasisanimal contact diseases: rabiesdegree of risk: very high (2020)food or waterborne diseases: bacterial diarrhea, hepatitis A, and typhoid fevervectorborne diseases: malaria, dengue fever, and Rift Valley feverwater contact diseases: schistosomiasisanimal contact diseases: rabies Food insecuritywidespread lack of access: due to reduced incomes, and floods - in traditionally food secure urban areas, including the capital, Kampala, more than 600, 000 people were food insecure due to the restrictive measures introduced to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus; the food security situation in urban areas was the most affected by the COVID-19-related restrictive measures, as poor households mainly rely on the daily wages obtained through casual labor, petty trading, food vending, construction activities and domestic work; despite the phasing out of some restrictive measures, the food security situation of the urban poor has not significantly improved, as the restrictions still in place on business operations are resulting in a slow recovery of the economic activities; in rural areas, torrential rains in April and May 2020 resulted in localized crop and livelihood losses (2021)severe localized food insecurity: due to localized shortfalls in staple food production - number of severely food insecure people estimated at 490, 000 for period May-September 2021, markedly lower than in period November 2019-April 2020 (2021) School life expectancy (primary to tertiary education)total: 10 yearsmale: 10 yearsfemale: 10 years (2011)total: 9 yearsmale: 9 yearsfemale: 9 years (2019) Education expenditures2.
Uganda's economic growth has slowed since 2016 as government spending and public debt has grown. Uganda's budget is dominated by energy and road infrastructure spending, while Uganda relies on donor support for long-term drivers of growth, including agriculture, health, and education. The largest infrastructure projects are externally financed through concessional loans, but at inflated costs. As a result, debt servicing for these loans is expected to rise. Oil revenues and taxes are expected to become a larger source of government funding as oil production starts in the next three to 10 years. Over the next three to five years, foreign investors are planning to invest $9 billion in production facilities projects, $4 billion in an export pipeline, as well as in a $2-3 billion refinery to produce petroleum products for the domestic and East African Community markets. Furthermore, the government is looking to build several hundred million dollars' worth of highway projects to the oil region.
go. ug; info@ugandaembassysus. org; ambauganda@aol. comhttps://washington. mofa. ug/chief of mission: Ambassador (vacant); Charge d'Affaires Jean Abel MSABILA, Counselor (since 21 May 2021)chancery: 1232 22nd Street NW, Washington, DC 20037telephone:  (202) 884-1080,  (202) 939-6125,  (202) 939-6127FAX:  (202) 797-7408email address and website: ubalozi@tanzaniaembassy-us. orghttps://tanzaniaembassy-us.
Tanzania has largely completed its transition to a market economy, though the government retains a presence in sectors such as telecommunications, banking, energy, and mining. The economy depends on agriculture, which accounts for slightly less than one-quarter of GDP and employs about 65% of the work force, although gold production in recent years has increased to about 35% of exports. All land in Tanzania is owned by the government, which can lease land for up to 99 years. Proposed reforms to allow for land ownership, particularly foreign land ownership, remain unpopular.
The financial sector in Tanzania has expanded in recent years and foreign-owned banks account for about 48% of the banking industry's total assets. Competition among foreign commercial banks has resulted in significant improvements in the efficiency and quality of financial services, though interest rates are still relatively high, reflecting high fraud risk. Banking reforms have helped increase private-sector growth and investment. The World Bank, the IMF, and bilateral donors have provided funds to rehabilitate Tanzania's aging infrastructure, including rail and port, which provide important trade links for inland countries.
Alice ALASO, acting national coordinator]; note - Mugisha MUNTU resigned his position as ANT national coordinator in late June 2020 to run in the 2021 presidential electionActivist Party [Stephen BAMPIGGA] Democratic Party or DP [Norbert MAO]Conservative Party [Walyemera Daniel MASUMBA]Forum for Democratic Change or FDC [Patrick Oboi AMURIAT]Justice Forum or JEEMA [Asuman BASALIRWA]National Resistance Movement or NRM [Yoweri MUSEVENI]Uganda People's Congress or UPC [James AKENA]National Unity Platform [Nkonge KIBALAMA]Alliance for Change and Transparency (Wazalendo) or ACT [Zitto KABWE]Alliance for Democratic Change or ADC [Miraji ABDALLAH] Civic United Front (Chama Cha Wananchi) or CUF [Ibrahim LIPUMBA]National Convention for Construction and Reform-Mageuzi or NCCR-M [James Francis MBATIA]National League for DemocracyParty of Democracy and Development (Chama Cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo) or Chadema [Freeman MBOWE]Revolutionary Party (Chama Cha Mapinduzi) or CCM [John MAGUFULI]Tanzania Labor Party or TLP [Augustine MREMA]United Democratic Party or UDP [John Momose CHEYO]note: in March 2014, four opposition parties (CUF, CHADEMA, NCCR-Mageuzi, and NLD) united to form Coalition for the People's Constitution (Umoja wa Katiba ya Wananchi) or UKAWA; during local elections held in October, 2014, UKAWA entered one candidate representing the three parties united in the coalition International organization participationACP, AfDB, AU, C, COMESA, EAC, EADB, FAO, G-77, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC (national committees), ICCt, IDA, IDB, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, IGAD, ILO, IMF, IMO, Interpol, IOC, IOM, IPU, ISO (correspondent), ITSO, ITU, ITUC (NGOs), MIGA, NAM, OIC, OPCW, PCA, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNOCI, UNWTO, UPU, WCO, WFTU (NGOs), WHO, WIPO, WMO, WTOACP, AfDB, AU, C, CD, EAC, EADB, EITI, FAO, G-77, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC (NGOs), ICCt, ICRM, IDA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, ILO, IMF, IMO, IMSO, Interpol, IOC, IOM, IPU, ISO, ITSO, ITU, ITUC (NGOs), MIGA, MONUSCO, NAM, OPCW, SADC, UN, UNAMID, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNIFIL, UNISFA, UNMISS, UNWTO, UPU, WCO, WFTU (NGOs), WHO, WIPO, WMO, WTO Diplomatic representation in the USchief of mission: Ambassador Mull Sebujja KATENDE (since 8 September 2017)chancery: 5911 16th Street NW, Washington, DC 20011telephone:  (202) 726-7100FAX:  (202) 726-1727email address and website: washington@mofa.
In terms of discipline, the home team received 3 yellow cards and 0 red cards, making 0. 00 fouls (average) in every match they've played. Tanzania's average team rating is 0 per match. Tanzania somehow lacks the ability to keep the ball, having an average possession of 50. 00% in this seasonFor more details, please look at Tanzania live scores, fixtures and resultsUganda enters this match having won 0 matches of their last five lost 2 (with Bahrain, Uzbekistan) while 3 fixtures ended in draws against Tajikistan, Ethiopia, Libya. The team scored 4 goals while conceding 8 goals (4-8). In away games, Uganda scored an average of 0.
6% of populationtotal: 36. 2% of populationunimproved: urban: 32. 2% of populationrural: 73. 4% of populationtotal: 63. )improved: urban: 82. 1% of populationrural: 29. 5% of populationtotal: 46. 9% of populationunimproved: urban: 17. 9% of populationrural: 70. 5% of populationtotal: 53. 1% of population (2017 est. ) Major cities - population3. 470 million KAMPALA (capital) (2021)262, 000 Dodoma (legislative capital) (2018), 7. 047 million DAR ES SALAAM (administrative capital), 1. 182 million Mwanza (2021) Maternal mortality rate375 deaths/100, 000 live births (2017 est.
)524 deaths/100, 000 live births (2017 est. ) Children under the age of 5 years underweight10. 4% (2016)14. 6% (2018) Health expenditures6. 5% (2018)3. 6% (2018) Physicians density0. 17 physicians/1, 000 population (2017)0. 01 physicians/1, 000 population (2016) Hospital bed density0. 5 beds/1, 000 population (2010)0. 7 beds/1, 000 population (2010) Obesity - adult prevalence rate5. 3% (2016)8. 4% (2016) Mother's mean age at first birth19. 4 years (2016 est. )note: median age at first birth among women 20-4919.
Uganda faces many economic challenges. Instability in South Sudan has led to a sharp increase in Sudanese refugees and is disrupting Uganda's main export market. Additional economic risks include: poor economic management, endemic corruption, and the government's failure to invest adequately in the health, education, and economic opportunities for a burgeoning young population. Uganda has one of the lowest electrification rates in Africa - only 22% of Ugandans have access to electricity, dropping to 10% in rural areas. Tanzania has achieved high growth rates based on its vast natural resource wealth and tourism with GDP growth in 2009-17 averaging 6%-7% per year. Dar es Salaam used fiscal stimulus measures and easier monetary policies to lessen the impact of the global recession and in general, benefited from low oil prices.
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Agriculture is one of the most important sectors of the economy, employing 72% of the work force. The country's export market suffered a major slump following the outbreak of conflict in South Sudan, but has recovered lately, largely due to record coffee harvests, which account for 16% of exports, and increasing gold exports, which account for 10% of exports. Uganda has a small industrial sector that is dependent on imported inputs such as refined oil and heavy equipment. Overall, productivity is hampered by a number of supply-side constraints, including insufficient infrastructure, lack of modern technology in agriculture, and corruption.
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6%, Bobi WINE (NUP) 34. 8%, Patrick Oboi AMURIAT (FDC) 3. 2%, other 3. 4%head of state: President Yoweri Kaguta MUSEVENI (since seizing power on 26 January 1986); Vice President Jessica Rose Epel ALUPO (since 21 June 2021); note - the president is both head of state and head of governmentchief of state: President Samia Suluhu HASSAN (since 19 March 2021); note - President John MAGUFULI died on 17 March 2021; vice president (vacant); note - the president is both chief of state and head of governmenthead of government: President Samia Suluhu HASSAN (since 19 March 2021); note - President John MAGUFULI died on 17 March 2021; vice president (vacant); Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa MAJALIWA (since 20 November 2015) has authority over the day-to-day functions of the government, is the leader of government business in the National Assembly, and is head of the Cabinetcabinet: Cabinet appointed by the president from among members of the National Assemblyelections/appointments: president and vice president directly elected on the same ballot by simple majority popular vote for a 5-year term (eligible for a second term); election last held on 25 October 2015 (next to be held 28 October 2020); prime minister appointed by the presidentelection results: John MAGUFULI elected president; percent of vote - John MAGUFULI (CCM) 58.
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Since the 1970s, thousands of Ugandans have emigrated, mainly to southern Africa or the West, for security reasons, to escape poverty, to search for jobs, and for access to natural resources. The emigration of Ugandan doctors and nurses due to low wages is a particular concern given the country's shortage of skilled health care workers. Africans escaping conflicts in neighboring states have found refuge in Uganda since the 1950s; the country currently struggles to host tens of thousands from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan, and other nearby countries. Tanzania has the largest population in East Africa and the lowest population density; almost a third of the population is urban. Tanzania's youthful population - about two-thirds of the population is under 25 - is growing rapidly because of the high total fertility rate of 4.
org/ Diplomatic representation from the USchief of mission: Ambassador Natalie E. BROWN (since 17 November 2020)embassy: 1577 Ggaba Road, Kampalamailing address: 2190 Kampala Place, Washington DC 20521-2190telephone:  (0) 312-306-001FAX:  (0) 414-259-794email address and website: KampalaUScitizen@state. govhttps://ug. usembassy. gov/chief of mission: Ambassador Donald J.
2% (2018 est. )arable land: 34. 3% (2018 est. )permanent crops: 11. )permanent pasture: 25. 6% (2018 est. )forest: 14. 5% (2018 est. )other: 14. )agricultural land: 43. 7% (2018 est. )arable land: 14. )permanent crops: 2. )permanent pasture: 27. 1% (2018 est. )forest: 37. )other: 19% (2018 est. ) Irrigated land140 sq km (2012)1, 840 sq km (2012) Natural hazardsdroughts; floods; earthquakes; landslides; hailstormsflooding on the central plateau during the rainy season; droughtvolcanism: limited volcanic activity; Ol Doinyo Lengai (2, 962 m) has emitted lava in recent years; other historically active volcanoes include Kieyo and Meru Environment - current issuesdraining of wetlands for agricultural use; deforestation; overgrazing; soil erosion; water pollution from industrial discharge and water hyacinth infestation in Lake Victoria; widespread poachingwater polution; improper management of liquid waste; indoor air pollution caused by the burning of fuel wood or charcoal for cooking and heating is a large environmental health issue; soil degradation; deforestation; desertification; destruction of coral reefs threatens marine habitats; wildlife threatened by illegal hunting and trade, especially for ivory; loss of biodiversity; solid waste disposal Environment - international agreementsparty to: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Climate Change-Kyoto Protocol, Climate Change-Paris Agreement, Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban, Desertification, Endangered Species, Hazardous Wastes, Law of the Sea, Marine Life Conservation, Nuclear Test Ban, Ozone Layer Protection, Ship Pollution, Wetlandssigned, but not ratified: Environmental Modificationparty to: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Climate Change-Kyoto Protocol, Climate Change-Paris Agreement, Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban, Desertification, Endangered Species, Hazardous Wastes, Law of the Sea, Marine Dumping-London Convention, Nuclear Test Ban, Ozone Layer Protection, Ship Pollution, Wetlands, Whalingsigned, but not ratified: none of the selected agreements Geography - notelandlocked; fertile, well-watered country with many lakes and rivers; Lake Victoria, the world's largest tropical lake and the second largest fresh water lake, is shared among three countries: Kenya, Tanzania, and UgandaKilimanjaro is the highest point in Africa and one of only three mountain ranges on the continent that has glaciers (the others are Mount Kenya [in Kenya] and the Ruwenzori Mountains [on the Uganda-Democratic Republic of the Congo border]); Tanzania is bordered by three of the largest lakes on the continent: Lake Victoria (the world's second-largest freshwater lake) in the north, Lake Tanganyika (the world's second deepest) in the west, and Lake Nyasa (Lake Malawi) in the southwest Total renewable water resources60.
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