Summary Statistics

Size  28 km2
Female Population  34,888
Male Population 36,325
Divisions 3
Hospitals 3
Schools 56
Banks 13
Hotels 21

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District Overview


Bundibugyo District is located in the western region of Uganda.The District is bordered by the District of Ntoroko in the North, Kabarole in the East and Southeast and by the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to the west.

It became a District on the 11th of April 1974 within the aftermath of Rwenzururu movement uprising that led the government by then to allow the break off of Bwamba county and Busongora county from the former Toro/Kabarole District as Semuliki and Rwenzori Districts which are the current Bundibugyo and Kasese respectively.
Communication from the Chairperson

Decentralized planning is a continuous; never ending process. It includes not just the document preparations and the many details that provide database and justification for projects but also the actual implementation of the projects in the plan.

This therefore requires monitoring schemes for the projects during implementation to determine if they were designed properly. Final evaluation of the implementation of projects is needed to decide their effectiveness in achieving the local government objectives viz-viz the national objectives.

Acknowledgement from Chief Administrative Officer

Bundibugyo District Development plan has been as a result of bottom up participatory planning and poverty-focused process aimed at achieving the district mission .It contains the council’s highest priority projects for the next five years 20010/11 to 2014/15 along with detailed implementation strategies and budgetary estimates.

It also represents a consolidation and extension of achievements made in the year ending 2010/2011 and therefore we re-affirm our commitment to achieving the district mission  statement” To serve the community through coordinated delivery of services which focus on national and local priorities and contribute to the improvement in quality  of life in the district.’’


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