Vision

“Eliminate Poverty by Building a Strong and Self Sustaining Local Economy within 30 Years”

Mission Statement

“To achieve sustainable socio-economic development through efficient provision of quality services to the people of Masaka district in conformity with national policies and local priorities.

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Overview of Masaka District

Masaka District is located in Central Uganda, situated about 37 Kilometers away from the equator towards the south with an average altitude of 1150m above sea level. Its main town is Masaka; the only municipality in the greater Masaka region and located at the road junctions to Rakai, Lwengo-Mbarara, Ssembabule and Kalangala. The District has a population of 254,200 spread across six Sub Counties and the Municipality. It is bordered by the Districts of Bukomansimbi to the North West, Kalungu to the North, Kalangala to the East, Rakai to the South west and Lwengo in the west.

 

Vision
“Eliminate Poverty by Building a Strong and Self Sustaining Local Economy within 30 Years”

District Mission Statement
“To achieve sustainable socio-economic development through efficient provision of quality services to the people of Masaka district in conformity with national policies and local priorities.

Political and Administrative Structures:
The District Council is the highest political authority in the district. It has 18 members headed by a District Local Council Chairperson. The technical team at the district is under nine directorates and headed by the Chief Administrative Officer. The district is divided into one county and one Municipality. There are 6 rural sub-counties and 3 divisions in the Municipality. There are 39 parishes and 352 village councils. The table below indicates the administrative units in the District

 

 

 
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