|Elevation||3,600 ft (1,100 m)|
Kamuli is a town in the Eastern Region of Uganda. It is the main municipal, administrative, and commercial centre of Kamuli District, and the district headquarters are located there. The district is named after the town.
Kamuli is approximately 72 kilometres (45 mi), by road, north of Jinja, the largest city in the Busoga sub-region, on an all weather tarmac road. The coordinates of Kamuli are 0°56'42.0"N, 33°07'30.0"E (Latitude:0.9450; Longitude:33.1250).
According to the 2002 national census, the population of Kamuli was about 11,350. In 2010, the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) estimated the population of the town at 14,700. In 2011, UBOS estimated the mid-year population of Kamuli at 15,200. The 2014 national population census put the population at 58,984
The town is administered by a Municipal Council headed by a mayor. There is an elected Municipal Council of fifteen councillors. The annual budget for the municipality in 2002 was US$337,545.
Points of interest
The following points of interest lie within the town limits or close to its borders:
- The headquarters of Kamuli District Administration
- The offices of Kamuli Town Council
- Kamuli Central Market
- Kamuli Mission Hospital - A 160-bed privately held company
- Ugandan Towns
- List of roads in Uganda
- Rebecca Kadaga, politician
Proscovia Salaamu Musumba, Politician Isaac Musumba, Politician
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- UBOS. "Estimated Population of Kamuli In 2002, 2010 & 2011" (PDF). Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS). Archived from the original (PDF) on 7 July 2014. Retrieved 17 April 2014.