Ibaare SC

DISTRICT PROFILE

Bushenyi District Profile:Bushenyi District was curved out of Ankole district in 1974 and in 1993, Ntungamo district was created and took away Rushenyi and Kajara counties. With effect from July 2010, counties of Sheema, Bunyaruguru, Buhweju and Ruhinda were also split from Bushenyi district and elevated to district status. Bushenyi Ishaka Town Council was also elevated to a municipal council after adding the parishes of Kashenyi, from Nyabubaare Sub county, Mazinga, from Kakanju sub county, Ruharo, from Bumbaire Sub County and Rwenjeru, from Kyabugimbi Sub County.  The district has a land area of 3949 square kilometers and is 910-2500 meters above sea level.  The main physical features of the district include natural forests of Karinju and Imaramagambo covering an estimated area of 784 Km squaredBushenyi district has a population of 251,400. The majority of people are Banyankole. Other ethnic groups include Bakiga, Baganda and BakonjoThe major economic activities include;Semi- intensive agriculture, trade and commerce, transport, stone quarrying, sand mining, mineral mining, construction industry, tourism, and lumbering. 

CHEIF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER - HEAD TECHNICAL TEAM

                                                                                                                                                                                  

Malik Mahabba

CAO'S MESSAGE

You are most welcome to Bushenyi District Local government Website. This is one of the district’s social media platforms where you will access credible information about the district.

The content follows the core values of Bushenyi district Local government which include transparency, timely accountability, diligence, decency, responsiveness, professionalism, among others

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DISTRICT CHAIRPERSON- HEAD POLITICAL TEAM

Jafari Basajabalaba

As head of political leadership of the district, I welcome you all to Bushenyi district local government website.According to Access to Information Act 2005, every citizen has the right to access information from Ministries, Departments and Agencies, plus local governments.

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