Census 2014
Population trends Uganda 1994 - 2010
Publish Date: Aug 01, 2014
Population trends Uganda 1994 - 2010
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Uganda's population remains very young (figure 2), with almost half of the population under the age of 15 years. Although this share will decrease to 47 percent by 2010, the total number of children under 15 years (currently 9 million) will increase to almost 11.5 million (table 1).


Population Trends Uganda (1994)


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