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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
Uganda's population is about 34,500,000.
Uganda is a third world country, it is very poor and they even eat insects.
The capital city of Uganda is Kampala.
Some parts of Kampala are really poor. Such as these houses below.
Information about Uganda
Uganda's full name is the Republic of Uganda.
The main exports of Uganda are Coffee,fish and fish products,tea,tobacco,cotten,corn,beans and sesame.
This is the Uganda football team.

Their religions are Christianity, Isalm and Judaism.
This is the Uganda rugby team
Animals in Uganda.
These are some of Uganda's animals, there are : gorrilas,lions,zebras
and elephants.
The approximate weather in Uganda is about 25 digrees
Thank you for listening
Uganda is a landlocked country in east Africa, roughly three times the size of Ireland. Most people live in rural areas and make their living from agriculture. Although Uganda has had consistently high economic growth rates and a strong record in the response to HIV and AIDS, it has struggled to ensure that all its citizens benefit equally.

Ireland works with the Ugandan Government and a range of non-governmental organisations supporting programmes that ensure children can go to school and get a good education, that the most vulnerable communities are supported, that citizens have a greater say in how their country is run and that systems of accountability function effectively.
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