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Table 2.1 Number of Administrative Units by county

County Sub county Parishes Villages
Bamunanika Bamunanika 6 59
Kalagala 8 53
Kamira 7 31
Kikyusa 6 37
Zirobwe 8 54
Sub Total 35 234
Katikamu Bombo T/C 6 24
Butuntumula 7 52
Katikamu 7 77
Luwero S/C 9 54
Luwero T/C 6 19
Makulubita 9 52
Nyimbwa 6 57
Wobulenzi T/C 5 25
Sub Total 55 360
Grand Total 90 594

Source: Planning Unit 2016

Katikamu County is comprised of 55 parishes while Bamunanika has got 35 parishes. Migration to urban centers has contributed to increased settlement which has paved way to demarcation of many parishes.

2.3        Personnel in the District

The 2005 Public Service restructuring exercise put Luwero district Local Government under model I. The district has got a total of 2,719 employees; out of which 1,194 are males (44 percent) and 1,525 are females (56 percent). Table 2.2 shows the distribution of human resource by department.

 


Table 2.2          Personnel in the district by department

No. Department No. in establishment No. filled Proportion Filled (%) Proportion Vacant (%)
1 Administration 115 82 71% 29%
2 Statutory bodies 27 24 89% 11%
3 Finance 39 34 87% 13%
4 Planning Unit 7 5 71% 29%
5 Internal Audit 17 13 76% 24%
6 Production 59 53 89% 11%
7 Education 3570 2,978 83% 17%
8 Community Based Services 26 22 85% 15%
9 Natural resources 24 15 63% 37%
10 Works & Technical Services 36 12 33% 67%
11 Health 644 515 80% 20%
Total 4564 3753 82% 18%

Source:             Luwero District Human Resource Department 2016

There are more staffs employed in education and health department and this could be because of service utilization by many people in different parts of the district. Works and technical services has a high proportion of vacant staff of 67 percent compared to the Production and statutory bodies at 11 Percent.

 


 

2.4 Information and Communication

This sector is responsible for communications and public relations in the district. It is manned by one person, the District Information Officer. Majority of the population of Luwero (64 percent) derive their information from radios as reflected in Table 2.3. However, there is neither a single radio nor Television station in the district.

Table 2.3 Distribution of households by main source of information (%)

Main Source of Information Rural Urban Total
Radio 61.9 73.2 64.0
Television 0.3 1.3 0.5
Print Media 0.2 1.4 0.4
Post mail 0.0 0.3 0.1
Hand mail 0.2 0.3 0.2
Word of mouth 36.5 22.5 33.9
Other 1.0 1.0 1.0

Source:Census 2002

Most people in the district get information through radios and word of mouth. There were more people who listened to radio in urban areas at 73.2% compared to 61.9 percent in rural areas. There was no person who used post mail in rural areas (0.0 percent) compared to (0.3percent) in urban areas and this could be lack accessibility of the services in rural areas.

 


 

2.5        Council, Committees, Boards and Commissions

The district council has 27 councilors of whom 16 (59 percent) are males, while11 (41 percent) are females with 6 sectoral committees including DEC. There were four statutory bodies namely land board; PAC; DSC; and contracts committee as reflected in Table 2.4. However one position on the DSC is still vacant.

Table 2.4 Number of members on District Council, Committees, Boards and Commissions.

Committee/Council Male Female Total
Council 15 10 25
District Executive Committee 3 2 5
Works and Technical services 2 2 4
Health and education 2 2 4
Community Development 3 1 4
Production, Marketing & Environment 2 2 4
Finance, Planning, Management and Investments 3 1 4
LG Land Board 3 0 3
LG PAC 4 1 5
LG DSC 2 1 3
Contracts Committee 3 0 3

Source: Council department 2015

 


 

Table: Number of Administrative Units

S/No. Administrative Units 1969 1980 1991 2002 2014
1 Districts 21 33 38 56 112
2 Counties 111 142 163 163 181
3 Sub-Counties 594 668 809 958 1382

Source: Census 2014, *2014=Population Figures as per the 2014 national population and housing census provisional results

S/No. Counties/Period 1969 1980 1991 2002 2014
1 Bamunanika 1 1
2 Katikamu 1 1
3 Number of Sub-Counties 13 13

Source: Census 2014, *2014=Population Figures as per the 2014 national population and housing census provisional results