Masaka is the largest urban town in central Uganda west of lake Victoria, its 140km(80ml) to the south west of Kampala on mbarara high way.Time travel is 2 hours from Kampala.
The population in Masaka is 103,829 people according to the 2014 Uganda national population and housing census.
Masaka is rich in cultural heritage, the main tribe is baganda making Luganda the most spoken language and followed by other tribes like banyankole, banyarwanda and banyoro.
The economic activities done in masaka include; meat and fish processing, furniture manufacturing, foot ware making, metal works, cotton ginning, soft drinks factories, cattle rearing, beads making, and grasshopper gathering.
Crops grown within are; Bananas, pineapples, tomatoes, coffee and cassava.
Points of interest in masaka are;
Masaka town council offices
Central Market
Head quarters of the mechanized division of Uganda peoples defense forces.
Mutesa 1 royal university.
Western Campus of Kampala University.
St. Henry’s college kitovu.
Roman catholic diocese headquarters.
Lake Nabugabo
Ssese Islands in lake victoria
Masaka main referral hospital
Branch of National social security fund (NSSF)
Masaka currency center, which has currency storage and processing facility.

The climate in masaka is tropical monsoon climate adjusted by relief and nearest to lake Victoria. The average Temperature is 300ºC, Rainfall system is bimodal with 2 seasons; Dry season occurs between july-August and from January to March.
Heavy rainfalls occur between September to December and the annual average rainfall received is 1100mm-1200mm. contact

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