Around 50% of Uganda’s population survives on less than one dollar a day.
There are still untapped large crude oil and natural gas reserves in Uganda.
Uganda is a conservative society; it is generally unacceptable for women to wear skimpy clothing.
In Uganda, “skimpy” is defined as “not reaching your ankles.”
The average church service in Uganda lasts between 4 to 6 hours.
In Uganda, homosexuality is forbidden by law and is considered a punishable crime.
The Internet connection in Uganda is very slow, with many Internet cafes running only off mobile phones.
The main transportation vehicle in Uganda are bicycles.
Uganda is one of the top countries in the world when it comes to alcohol consumption.
Ugandans love meat stews, but the “meat” is not just the meat – it’s also the animal’s liver, stomach, intestines, tongue, etc. The Ugandan cook wastes nothing.
Capital City: TKampala is Uganda’s national and commercial capital bordering Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake. Hills covered with red-tile villas and trees surround an urban centre of contemporary skyscrapers. In this downtown area, the Uganda Museum explores the country’s tribal heritage through an extensive collection of artefacts. On nearby Mengo Hill is Lubiri Palace, the former seat of the Buganda Kingdom.
Religion: Uganda’s religious heritage is tripartite: indigenous religions, Islam, and Christianity. About four-fifths of the population is Christian, primarily divided between Roman Catholics and Protestants (mostly Anglicans).