The people of Uganda are easy-going, friendly, and resilient.
The sheer beauty of Uganda's landscapes has earned it the title of the pearl of Africa. But beneath the surface is a nation battling widespread spiritual and material poverty.
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Uganda is a tropical climate, with two wet seasons and two dry seasons. The dry seasons range from December to February and June to August, while wet seasons are from March to May and September to November.
The staple food is matoke (cooking bananas). It is usually served with chicken stew or other meats seasoned with different spices.
Catholicism (39.3%), Anglican Church (32%), Islam (14%), Pentecostal Christian (11%).
Uganda remains a low-income country, despite consistent economic growth over the years.
English and Swahili are the most widely spoken in Uganda, with native languages spoken in different regions.