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List of cities in Uganda



This is a list of cities and towns in Uganda: The population estimates are for 2011, except where otherwise indicated. The references from which the estimated populations are sourced are listed in each article for the cities and towns where the population estimates are given.

Cities and towns

  1. Alebtong - 15,100
  2. Abim - 16,000
  3. Adjumani - 34,700
  4. Amolatar - 14,800
  5. Amuria - 5,400
  6. Amuru
  7. Apac - 13,700
  8. Arua - 59,400
  9. Bombo - 21,000
  10. Budaka - 21,700
  11. Bugembe - 33,100
  12. Bugiri - 25,900
  13. Bukedea - 36,700
  14. Buliisa - 28,100
  15. Buikwe
  16. Bundibugyo - 21,600
  17. Busembatya - 15,700
  18. Bushenyi - 26,800
  19. Busia - 47,100
  20. Busolwe - 8,500
  21. Butaleja - 5,700
  22. Buwenge - 18,200
  23. Dokolo - 18,100
  24. Entebbe - 79,700
  25. Fort Portal - 47,100
  26. Gulu - 154,300
  27. Hima - 29,700
  28. Hoima - 42,600
  29. Ibanda - 28,500
  30. Iganga - 53,700
  31. Isingiro - 22,000
  32. Jinja - 89,700
  33. Kaabong - 23,900
  34. Kabale - 44,600
  35. Kaberamaido - 3,400
  36. Kabwohe - 18,400
  37. Kagadi - 21,600
  38. Kakinga - 21,900
  39. Kakiri - 6,000
  40. Kalangala - 5,200
  41. Kaliro - 13,700
  42. Kalisizo - 32,700
  43. Kalongo - 15,000
  44. Kalungu -
  45. Kampala* - 1,659,600
  46. Kamuli - 15,200
  47. Kanoni -
  48. Kamwenge - 16,300
  49. Kanungu - 15,600
  50. Kapchorwa - 12,900
  51. Kasese - 74,300
  52. Katakwi - 8,400
  53. Kayunga - 23,600
  54. Kibaale - 7,600
  55. Kiboga - 17,400
  56. Kihiihi -19,200
  57. Kira - 179,800
  58. Kiruhura - 14,000
  1. Kiryandongo -
  2. Kisoro - 12,900
  3. Kitgum - 59,700
  4. Koboko - 51,000
  5. Kotido - 22,900
  6. Kumi - 13,000
  7. Kyenjojo - 20,900
  8. Kyotera - 9,000
  9. Lira - 108,600
  10. Lugazi - 35,500
  11. Lukaya - 15,500
  12. Luweero - 29,500
  13. Lwakhakha - 10,700
  14. Lwengo -
  15. Lyantonde - 8,900
  16. Malaba - 9,500
  17. Manafwa - 15,800
  18. Masaka - 74,100
  19. Masindi - 45,400
  20. Masindi Port - 7,800 ('06)
  21. Matugga - 15,000 ('10)
  22. Mayuge - 11,900
  23. Mbale - 91,800
  24. Mbarara - 83,700
  25. Mitooma -
  26. Mityana - 39,300
  27. Mpigi - 38,800
  28. Mpondwe - 16,700
  29. Moroto - 12,300
  30. Moyo - 23,700
  31. Mubende - 22,200
  32. Mukono - 59,000
  33. Mutukula - 15,000 ('09)
  34. Nagongera - 11,800
  35. Nakaseke - 2,200
  36. Nakasongola - 7,800
  37. Nakapiripirit - 2,800
  38. Namutumba - 10,600
  39. Nansana - 89,900
  40. Nebbi - 28,800
  41. Ngora - 9,200 ('04)
  42. Njeru - 64,900
  43. Nkokonjeru - 14,000
  44. Ntungamo - 16,400
  45. Oyam - 14,500
  46. Pader - 13,500
  47. Paidha - 30,500
  48. Pakwach - 22,300
  49. Pallisa - 32,300
  50. Rakai - 7,000
  51. Rukungiri - 14,700
  52. Sembabule - 4,800
  53. Sironko - 14,100
  54. Soroti - 66,000
  55. Tororo - 43,700
  56. Wakiso - 21,200
  57. Wobulenzi - 23,700
  58. Yumbe - 30,800

  * capital city

Twenty five largest cities by population

The population estimates are for the year 2011. The source of the population estimates is the Uganda Bureau of Statistics.[1]


Rank Name 2011 Population Estimate
1 Kampala 1,659,600
2 Kira 179,800
3 Gulu 154,300
4 Lira 108,600
5 Mbale 91,800
6 Nansana 89,900
7 Jinja 89,700
8 Mbarara 83,700
9 Entebbe 79,700
10 Kasese 74,300
11 Masaka 74,100
12 Soroti 66,000
13 Njeru 64,900
14 Kitgum 59,700
15 Arua 59,400
16 Mukono 59,000
17 Iganga 53,700
18 Koboko 51,300
19 Busia 47,100
20 Fort Portal 47,100
21 Kabale 44,600
22 Masindi 45,400
23 Tororo 43,700
24 Hoima 42,600
25 Mityana 39,300

See also

External links

  • 2012 Estimated Populations of Ugandan Cities At Worldgazetteer.com
  • Next National Census Scheduled for August 2012
  • 2002 District Household Survey

References

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