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    Outer boundary of the country

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    The country is divided into four regions namely; Northern, Southern, Eastern, Western and Central.

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    These are forest change maps produced by the analysis of pairs of consecutive epoc datasets with the aim of revealing the location and quantity of chain within the forest classes

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    These are forest change maps produced by the analysis of pairs of consecutive epoc datasets with the aim of revealing the location and quantity of chain within the forest classes

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    Deforestation and forest degradation between 2015 and 2017 at a national level - These datasets were produced using a timeseries anlysis to obtain forest change including degradation for the respective years.

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    The dataset provides information on the distribution of population by disagregatd down to Sub-County level as per the National Census conducted by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) in August 2014. By then Uganda had a total population of 34,856,813 people and was growing at a rate of 3.3% per annum.

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    There are 112 districts in the country as of the year 2010

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    The creation of the water management zones (WMZ) was guided by the four major hydrological basins draining Uganda. These are Kyoga, Upper Nile, Victoria, Albert. They are used by the Ministry of Water and Environment for adminintrative and reporting puroses.

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    These are forest change maps produced by the analysis of pairs of consecutive epoc datasets with the aim of revealing the location and quantity of chain within the forest classes

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    The country is divided into 11 subregions namely; Acholi, West nile, Lango, Kalamoja, Teso, Elgon, East central, Central north, Central south, Western and South western