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According to shoppingpicks, January in Uganda is a warm and dry month. Temperatures range from a high of 28°C (82°F) to a low of 19°C (66°F). Rainfall is rare, with an average of only 3-5 days per month. The humidity level is usually low and the risk of flooding is minimal. February sees temperatures remain warm and dry, with highs reaching up to 28°C (82°F) and lows dropping down to 19 °C (66 °F). Rainfall remains rare, but there is still a risk of flooding in low lying areas. March brings slightly cooler temperatures with highs reaching up to 25-27 °C (77-81 °F) and lows dropping down to 18 ° C(64 ° F). Rainfall increases slightly but the risk of flooding remains minimal. April continues the trend of slightly cooler temperatures with highs reaching up to 24-26 °C (75-79 °F) and lows dropping down to 17 ° C(63 ° F). Rainfall levels remain consistent throughout the month, but there is still a risk of flooding in low lying areas. Uganda is located in East Africa. The equator runs right through the country. The climate is therefore tropical: warm and humid. The temperature fluctuates little throughout the year, and is invariably between 25 and 30°C. Uganda is very mountainous, tropical green and has many lakes, of which Lake Victoria is the best known. There are two dry periods: from December to February and from June to August, which are the best travel periods. Check businesscarriers for Uganda Economics and Business.

Uganda Geography and Population

Uganda – Geography Uganda – geography, Most of the country is made up of a plateau 1000-1500 m high, surrounded by mountains and valleys, but the landscape and vegetation are varied. To the west lies the Rift Valley system with the Virunga and Ruwenzori Mountains, the Great Lakes and Albert Nile. In Ruwenzori lies Uganda’s… Read More »

Uganda Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data According to cheeroutdoor.com, Uganda’s economy is based on agriculture and coffee is the main export. Uganda also has small deposits of copper, gold and other minerals. Ugandan industry is underdeveloped. Major industries include sugar processing, brewing, tobacco, textiles, and cement… Read More »

Uganda History

PREHISTORY According to localcollegeexplorer, the Uganda has been inhabited since the lower Paleolithic by men carrying Acheulean-type artifacts, an industry that later specialized in adapting to the forest environment, giving way to Sangoano (➔ # 10132;). The final period of the Paleolithic is documented by the site of Magosi, consisting of an artificial cistern, in… Read More »