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11:16
11:16

Energy Ministry: Oil Camps Open to Census Enumerators 1

Lydia Asiimwe, the Hoima district census officer on Sunday said the census enumerator was turned away, with the camp security insisting that he needed clearance from the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development.
17:32
17:32

Scattered Settlements Slow Census Exercise In Kitgum 3

Census enumerators combing villages in Kitgum district say the exercise is being slowed by scattered settlement patterns and lack of adults in some homesteads. In most villages outside Kitgum town, the enumerators are walking long distances before finding the next homesteads, some with only children as adults participate in garden works far away from homes.
07:13
07:13

Lamwo Migratory Farming Communities Risk Missing Census 2

Charles Obong Okwera, the Madi Opei sub county chairperson says many of the areas are inaccessible due to the poor road network, phone signal and radio coverage.
12:43
12:43

Hoima Authorities Struggle to Demystify Population Census Myths 2

44-year old Francis Tibaingana, a resident of Dwoli in Kitoba Sub County was arrested for reportedly mobilizing people against the impending National census. Tibaingana argues that his research established that counting and registering people was against biblical teachings. These teachings are based on a writing in 1 Chronicles 21:1-16: in which God became angry at David for taking a census against the people of Israel.
06:59
06:59

Migingo Island Excluded From 2012 Census

Uganda Bureau of Statistics—UBOS has excluded Migingo Island from the 2012 national population and housing census until Uganda and Kenya resolve the controversies concerning the island.
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