Counties of Uganda

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Counties of Uganda

The districts of Uganda are divided into 146 counties, one city council, and thirteen municipalities. The counties are listed below, by district:

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Abim District[edit]

Adjumani District[edit]

Amolatar District[edit]

Amuria District[edit]

Amuru District[edit]

Apac District[edit]

Arua District[edit]

Budaka District[edit]

Bugiri District[edit]

Bukwa District[edit]

Bulisa District[edit]

Bundibugyo District[edit]

Bushenyi District[edit]

Busia District[edit]

Busiki District[edit]

Butaleja District[edit]

Dokolo District[edit]

Gulu District[edit]

Hoima District[edit]

Ibanda District[edit]

Iganga District[edit]

Jinja District[edit]

Kaabong District[edit]

Kabale District[edit]

Kabarole District[edit]

Kaberamaido District[edit]

Kabingo District[edit]

Kalangala District[edit]

Kaliro District[edit]

Kampala District[edit]

Kamuli District[edit]

Kamwenge District[edit]

Kanungu District[edit]

Kapchorwa District[edit]

Kasese District[edit]

Katakwi District[edit]

Kayunga District[edit]

Kibale District[edit]

Kiboga District[edit]

Kiruhura District[edit]

Kisoro District[edit]

Kitgum District[edit]

Koboko District[edit]

Kotido District[edit]

Kumi District[edit]

Kyenjojo District[edit]

Lira District[edit]

Luwero District[edit]

Manafwa District[edit]

Maracha District[edit]

Masaka District[edit]

Masindi District[edit]

Mayuge District[edit]

Mbale District[edit]

Mbarara District[edit]

Mityana District[edit]

Moroto District[edit]

Moyo District[edit]

Mpigi District[edit]

Mubende District[edit]

Mukono District[edit]

Maracha District[edit]

Maracha is one of the new districts created out of the divide-and-rule policy of President Museveni. It was created by altering the boundary of Maracha-Terego district; a district formerly created out of Maracha and Terego counties, formerly an opposition stronghold. The district is a one-county district with seven Sub Counties.

Nakapiripirit District[edit]

Nakaseke District[edit]

Nakasongola District[edit]

Nebbi District[edit]

Ntungamo District[edit]

Oyam District[edit]

Pader District[edit]

Pallisa District[edit]

Rakai District[edit]

Rukungiri District[edit]

Sembabule District[edit]

Sironko District[edit]

Soroti District[edit]

Tororo District[edit]

Wakiso District[edit]

Yumbe District[edit]

The counties are further divided into sub-counties.[1]

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