Uganda



Geografi ; natur og klima ; demografi ; historie ; krige ; kultur ; film ; musik ; politik ;politiske partier ; forsvar ; fredsbevægelser ; religion ; sociale forhold ; uddannelse ; økonomi og våbenhandel.
Geography, nature and climate, demographics, history, wars, culture, film, music, politics, defense, peace movements, religion, social issues, education, economy and arms trade.
Géographie, la nature, la démographie, histoire, la culture, la politique, la défense, les mouvements pacifistes, la religion, les questions sociales, l'éducation, économie.
Geografía, naturaleza, demografía, historia, cultura, política, defensa, movimientos por la paz, la religión, las cuestiones sociales, la educación, la economía.
Geographie, Natur, Demographie, Geschichte, Kultur, Politik, Verteidigung, Friedensbewegungen, Religion, Soziales, Bildung, Wirtschaft.
Geografi: Uganda er en tropisk afrikansk republik og landet er aktuelt defineret, ifølge ligningsmyndigheden Skatterådet, som et udviklingsland, med grænser til Den demokratiske republik Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan og Tanzania.
UN Atlas of Africa.
UN Atlas of the East African Community.
UN Atlas of Uganda.
Kultur:
Massemedier og pressefrihed / Mass media and freedom of the press:
Tekst:
Radio:
TV
Biblioteksvæsen / Libraries. Bogvæsen / Books:
Tekst:
Aviser / Newspapers / journaux / Prensa / Tageszeitungen
Tidsskrifter, periodica / Journals, periodicals / Revues spécialisées, périodiques / Revistas, publicaciones periódicas / Zeitschriften, Periodika
Litteratur:
Kunst / Art
Film / Movies / cinéma / Cine / Filme:
Filmhistorie:
Filmcensur:
Undervisning i film:
Producentselskaber:
Filmografier:
Tekst:
Teater:
International organisering
Uganda er medlem af Den afrikanske enhedsorganisation / Organisation of African Unity (den afrikanske union), det Østafrikanske Fællesskab / East African Community, FN.
Forsvar / militær: SIPRI: Militærudgifter / Military expenditure of Uganda.
Værnepligt: Siden 1995. WRI: Country report and updates: Uganda .
Efterretningstjenester:
Paramilitære styrker:
Fredsbevægelser: / Peace movements / les mouvements pacifistes / movimientos por la paz / Friedensbewegungen
Sociale bevægelser, herunder miljøorganisationer:
Sexual Minorities Uganda
Sperling, Anna von: Homofobi som kultureksport. I: Information, 05/06/2011.
Religion: Overvejende Islam.
Sociale forhold: UN General Assembly, Sixty-sixth session: Children and armed conflict: Report of the Secretary-General. 2012. - 51 s.
Friends of the Earth International: Land, life and justice : How land grabbing in Uganda is affecting the environment, livelihoods and food sovereignty of communities. 2012. - 20 s.
'This report investigates cases of land grabbing in Uganda, focusing in particular on oil palm plantations in Kalangala, Lake Victoria. It assesses the impacts on rural communities and on the local environment, and questions who benefits from these projects'.
Uddannelse
AFRICA FOR CULTURE OF PEACE EDUCATION, Kampala
Universiteter
Økonomi: Den Internationale Bank for Genopbygning og Udvikling, Verdensbanken /
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development: Country at a Glance, 2011.
- http://go.worldbank.org/YB2ATM3HY0
BNP - FN data, landbrug, fiskeri, industri.
Landbrug: FAO Country Profiles. Reliefweb: Countries + Disasters. http://reliefweb.int/taxonomy/term/240
Naturressourcer: Olie og naturgas. Salt.
OpenOil : Uganda Oil Almanac - http://wiki.openoil.net/index.php?title=Uganda_Oil_Almanac
Oil and Gas Exploration in East Africa: A Brief History. / : Peter Purcell.
Adapted from oral presentation from the History of Petroleum Geology session given at AAPG International Conference & Exhibition, Istanbul, Turkey, September 14-17, 2014.
'The latest round of petroleum exploration in East Africa has seen major oil discoveries onshore Uganda and Kenya and giant gas accumulations offshore Tanzania and Mozambique. East Africa is widely touted as one of the emerging hydrocarbon provinces of the 21st Century. This presentation presents the historical background to this success, looking at past exploration efforts dating back to the 1930s. The East Africa region was considered highly prospective by the world's leading oil companies in the mid 20th Century but lack of success, among other reasons, saw interest fall away in the 1970s, revive in the 1980s and then fall almost to zero. The Uganda oil discoveries put East Africa back on the oilman's map and the region is certainly 'hot' again. Outside of Somalia, most of the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Tertiary basins in the region are under permit, largely by small to medium-sized independents and national oil companies, and with large international companies active in the offshore basins. This presentation presents maps showing the permit activity and drilling results by decade and by country for Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Somalia, Somaliland and Eritrea, commencing with the 1950s. The changing pattern and level of activity, and the causes of those changes, provide an historical background for the current activity and future success.'
Erhverv, handel og industri:

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