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WORKSHOP ON INTEGRATING GLOBAL CENSUS MICRO DATA Paris, June 7 – 10, 2006 UGANDA WORKSHOP ON INTEGRATING GLOBAL CENSUS MICRO DATA Paris, June 7 – 10, 2006 UGANDA COUNTRY REPORT by Andrew Mukulu

Background about Uganda • Land Area : 241, 038 sq km • Population : Background about Uganda • Land Area : 241, 038 sq km • Population : 24. 2 Million • 56 Districts • Pearl of Africa !!!

History of Censuses • Population Counts of 1911, 1921, 1931 • Scientific censuses of History of Censuses • Population Counts of 1911, 1921, 1931 • Scientific censuses of 1948 & 1959 • Combined Census of 1969 • Population & Housing Censuses of 1980 & 1991 • 2002 Uganda PHC

Scope of 1991 & 2002 Censuses • Population Characteristics • Household & Housing Characteristics Scope of 1991 & 2002 Censuses • Population Characteristics • Household & Housing Characteristics • Household Deaths • Agriculture Module • MSE Module • Community Module

Census Publications F Preliminary Results F Provisional Results F Final Results - Pre Release Census Publications F Preliminary Results F Provisional Results F Final Results - Pre Release F Final National Results F District Summary Series F National Analytical Report* 2002 1980, 1991 & 2002 1991 1969, 1991 & 2002 F District Analytical Reports* 1991 & 2002 F Census Atlas* 1991 & 2002 F Administrative Report* 1969 - 2002 * Awaited for 2002

Census Documentation § All documentation in English § Household questionnaires available § Enumerators’ and Census Documentation § All documentation in English § Household questionnaires available § Enumerators’ and Supervisors’ Instructions Manuals § Codebooks (as part of other documentation) § Technical Reports

Micro Data Variables § Data sets include all the variables collected in the census. Micro Data Variables § Data sets include all the variables collected in the census. § No recoding of the data is done § Identification variables only possible down to parish level:

Harmonization of Data FGeography and rural urban partially comparable F 24 variables that are Harmonization of Data FGeography and rural urban partially comparable F 24 variables that are comparable for the two censuses F 8 variables that are common to both census but the results are not comparable FDerived variables in the 2002 Census NOT derived in the 1991 Census F 10 variables included in the 2002 Census but not included in the 1991 Census

Harmonization of Data ctd F 10 variables included in the 2002 Census but not Harmonization of Data ctd F 10 variables included in the 2002 Census but not included in the 1991 Census F 4 Variables in the 1991 Census but not in the 2002 Census

FAge Harmonized Population Variables FSex FMarital Statis FCitizenship FParental survival FLiteracy and Education FActivity FAge Harmonized Population Variables FSex FMarital Statis FCitizenship FParental survival FLiteracy and Education FActivity Status and Occupation FType and Cause of Disability FCEB/BLY

Harmonization of Data ctd FType of Housing and welling Unit FTenure of Dwelling Unit Harmonization of Data ctd FType of Housing and welling Unit FTenure of Dwelling Unit FConstruction Materials FNumber of Rooms for Sleeping FFuel for Cooking and Lighting FSource of Drinking Water FType of Toilet Facility FSource of Household Livelihood

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