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Kayunga was granted a District status by the parliament of Uganda on 1st December and became fully operational on 1st January It was curved out of its mother District Mukono. Mission statement: Coordinated delivery of services focusing on national and local priorities for equitable, balanced and sustainable development. The District has a total land area of sq. It lies between m above sea level. It is generally flat with no remarkable hills and part of it is a wetland Ssezibwa.
There is Lake Kyoga in the northern part. Kayunga District has a varied climate. The southern part is characterised by tropical climate where the rainfall pattern is bi-modal. The district gets its first rains in March-May and second in September - December. The rainfall is evenly distributed.
The northern part of the district is characterized by the savannah type of climate this is part of the cattle corridor where one season of heavy rain is experienced and is not evenly distributed. The vegetation cover is predominantly savannah with short grasses and thorny bushes.
There are two forest reserves Nazigo and Bbaale. Swampy vegetation is also traced along River Ssezibwa. Ethnicity The District is endowed with a rich cultural heritage and diversity in ethnicity. Communication Facilities The district is accessed with all mobile telephone networks; It can easily be reached from both Kampala and Jinja, the well-known urban centers in the country. The District connects to Kampala and Jinja by tarmac roads, a distance of 74 Kms and 44Kms respectively.
Coffee is the main cash crop but. The main food crops include maize,bananas, sweet potatoes, cassava, maize, beans and ground nuts. In addition, fruits pineapples, watermelon, mangoes and passion are grown for commercial purposes. The rest are mainly involved in livestock farming. Fishing is done in the northern part of the district along L. Kyoga and River Nile. Other parts of the District Kangulumira, Nazigo and Kayunga engage in fish farming.