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To what extent is Uganda a Developing country?

In 1965 Uganda and South Korea were at about the same point on the developing nation scale, yet today South Korea is a strong, industrial nation, while Uganda is poverty-stricken and poor. I am going find why and how Uganda is such a poor country, This presentation looks specifically at the education and the healthcare in Uganda.

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  • 1. To what extent is Uganda a developing country? By Zara Shabbir 1I2 Uganda Investigation
  • 2. Cont ents Page
    • Introduction
    • Education in Uganda
    • Healthcare in Uganda
    • Uganda Fact File
    • Conclusion
    • Gallery
  • 3. Intr oduc tion
    • In 1965 Uganda and South Korea were at about the same point on the developing nation scale, yet today South Korea is a strong, industrial nation, while Uganda is poverty-stricken and poor. I am going find why and how Uganda is such a poor country, we are going to be looking specifically at the education and the healthcare in Uganda.
    • My research has came mostly from the internet and my teacher, Miss Elliott, also helped me. I hope you find this topic as interesting as all of my classmates and I do.
  • 4. Aim 1 How Good is Education in Uganda?
  • 5. Aim 1 – Education in Uganda
    • On successful completion of the primary school cycle, one can either join lower secondary school or take a three-year craft course in a technical school. However, only about 40% of the primary school graduates are involved into the secondary cycle, which means that there are fewer schools than available students.
  • 6. Aim 1 – Education in Uganda
    • The demand for pre-primary education is still low and only about 10% of the total school going children pass through pre-primary schools.
    • The demand for primary education has radically increased with the introduction in 1997 of free primary education for four children in every family.
    • Secondary education has witnessed a growth of over 20% in the number of government-aided secondary schools over the last 10 years
    • Between 9,000 and 12,000 students per year qualify to join post-secondary education. However, only about 25% of these are involved in post-secondary institutions
  • 7. Aim 1 – Education in Uganda
    • 6 out of 10 people in Uganda can read.
    • 3 out of 10 children never get to go to primary school in Uganda.
    • 1 out of 10 children can go to secondary school.
  • 8. Aim 2 How Good is Healthcare in Uganda?
  • 9. Aim 2 – Healthcare in Uganda
    • In Uganda, the number of HIV is just over 4% of the adult population. There were nearly 1 million orphans as a result of HIV/AIDS, that is 50% of all orphans. It is estimated that every year 14,000 children die as a result of HIV/AIDS and that every day 40 children are infected. Uganda was hit very hard by the outbreak of the HIV/AIDS Disease in East Africa. In the early 1990s, 13% of Ugandan residents had HIV.
  • 10. Aim 2 – Healthcare in Uganda
    • As a developing country, health indicators in Uganda delay behind the rest of the world. Life expectancy at birth in Uganda is around 49 years. Child mortality (death before the age of 5 years) occurred in 140 of every 1000 births. 5 people in a class of 33 will not live to see there 5 th Birthday.
  • 11. Aim 2 – Healthcare in Uganda
    • There are about 8 hospitals in the whole of Uganda
    • There is 1 doctor for every 25,000 people.
    • In Uganda a child is 20x times more likely to die than a child in Scotland.
    • Uganda Has the highest record of aids orphans in Uganda; approximately 1.3million
  • 12. Uganda Fact File
  • 13. Uganda- The Crested Crane
    • The Crested Crane is the official bird of Uganda. The three colors of Uganda, black, yellow, and red, are contained in it's plumage. It is a friendly, gentle and peace loving bird, characteristics which are certainly true of the Ugandan people. It is a crime punishable by imprisonment to kill a Crested Crane. ->
  • 14. Uganda- Coat of Arms
    • The Crested Crane includes all the national colors (black, yellow, and red) plus it is friendly, gentle, and peace loving, characteristics true of the Ugandan people. To the left is a Kob which symbolizes the abundant wildlife found in Uganda. The spear and shield are traditional tools of defense in Africa. The sun represents the abundant sunshine found in Uganda as an equatorial nation. The drum is a symbol of the cultural heritage of the Ugandan people. The upper blue lines (top of shield) represent Uganda's abundant rainfall while the lower blue lines (under the shield) represent plentiful lakes and rivers.
    To the left see coffee growing and to the right cotton, both cash crops of Uganda with cotton being grown less today than in previous years. The motto For God and My Country reflects upon Uganda as a nation of people who fear God and love their country.
  • 15. Uganda- The National Anthem
    • Oh Uganda may God uphold thee,
    • We lay our future in thy hand,
    • United free for liberty
    • Together we'll always stand.
    • Oh Uganda the land of freedom,
    • Our love and labour we give,
    • And with neighbours all,
    • At our country's call
    • In peace and friendship we'll live.
    • Oh Uganda! the land that feeds us,
    • By sun and fertile soil grown,
    • For our own dear land,
    • We shall always stand,
    • The pearl of Africa's Crown.
  • 16. Uganda- General Facts
    • Population:
    • 23,000,000
    • Life expectancy
    • 42 years (1 in 12 Ugandans is an orphan)
    • Income
    • 44% make less than 60,000 shillings ($34.00) per month
    • Geography:
    • Landlocked nation of 91,000 square miles (about the size of lower Michigan)
  • 17. Uganda- General Facts
    • Neighbours:
    • North - Sudan
    • East - Kenya
    • South - Tanzania, Rwanda
    • West - Congo
    • Language:
    • English is the official language with a significant number of native Swahili dialects spoken
    • Religion:
    • Roman Catholic , Protestant , Muslim , indigenous beliefs
  • 18. Conclusion
    • I mainly wanted to highlight that Uganda is in need and could use a lot of help from you. Their needs could be fulfilled just by us spending less money on ourselves. You could help save lives of children or adults. We can fight the poverty in Uganda by sending money. You can do anything if you are determined to help Uganda !
    Thank You
  • 19. Before After Hopefully this will be the future of Uganda!