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UBOS is the principal data collecting, processing, analysing and disseminating agency responsible for coordinating and supervising the National Statistical System.
The Uganda Bureau of Statistics, formerly known as the Statistics Department under the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, was transformed into a semi-autonomous body by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics Act No. 12, 1998.
Uganda Insurance Statistics covers Number of Non-Life Insurance Policies, Number of Life Insurance Policies, Life Insurance Premium Incomings, Life Insurance Reinsurance Outgoings, Life Insurance Net Premium Income, Non-Life Insurance Premium Incomings, Non-Life Insurance Reinsurance Outgoings, Non-Life Insurance Net Premium Income, Non-life net Incurred Claims and Life net Incurred claims, by Class: Life . Source: Uganda Insurance Commission
Uganda Labour force, Employment and Earnings Statistics, 2017 Statistical Abstract [PDF]
Uganda Employment Statistics covers Percentage distribution of working population by industry , Percentage distribution of working population by occupation , Percentage distribution of jobs Advertised by major industrial divisions, Percentage distribution of jobs advertised by occupation, Percentage distribution of monthly wage bill, 2005 – 2009 (for the 116 manufacturing establishments, 2005-2009), Number of jobs re-advertised by major occupation groups, for the 116 manufacturing establishments, 2005-2007) and Size of the civil service. Source: Uganda Buereau of Statistics except "Size of Civil Service" from Uganda Computer Services, Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development and "Number of jobs re-advertised by major occupation group" from New vision and The Monitor newspapers.
This dataset contains Macro -Economic Statistics on National accounts. The major source of this information are secondary sources and from surveys and censuses conducted by the Uganda Bureau of statistics on an annual basis. Note: Fiscal year 2011/12 is considered as 2012
The current Consumer Price Index was re based from 2005/2006 to 2009/2010, using
weights derived from the Uganda National Household Survey (UNHS IV) that was
conducted from May 2009 to April 2010. During the re basing exercise, Kampala was
further decomposed into three baskets from the two that has been existing. In addition,
Fort-portal Center was incorporated into the Index. The re based CPI is now classified using
international standards, referred to as Classification of Individual Consumption According
to Purpose (COICOP). This is a shift from the Central Product Classification (CPC) that was
used in the earlier series.
This dataset covers the PPI-M Combined Annual Indices for both calender and fiscal year Note : Data refers to market year, for example data for 2001-02 market year is uploaded as data for 2002. Source: Uganda Bureau of Statistics
Data cited at: https://uganda.opendataforafrica.org/flemiwf
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