Uganda: Census – the key questions you will be asked #ugandacensus2024

Special report — The national census starts at midnight and runs until May 19. Enumerators will aim to capture Census Night events, but in case one is away from home when they eventually visit a home or residence, below are some important details/information to leave with people at home, according to sources .

– ( ) Name

– ( ) Sex

– ( ) Date of birth

– ( ) Age

– ( ) Birth registration or certificate

– ( ) NIN (do you have a card or not)

– ( ) Religion

– ( ) Nationality

– ( ) Tribe

– ( ) Clan

– ( ) Parents’ survival status (alive or dead)

– ( ) Marital status (married, divorced, separated, cohabiting, single)

– ( ) Place of birth (where your mother lived while she was pregnant with you close to before or at the time you were born)

– ( ) Duration of stay in current residence

– ( ) Former place of residence if you have recently moved there

– ( ) Why did you move (examples may include for marriage, school, job search, etc.)

– ( ) Are you covered by health insurance

– ( ) Do you have any functional difficulties (related to your five senses)

– ( ) School attendance (what is your highest level of education)

– ( ) Employment e.g. HRM, Procurement Officer, Doctor, Nurse, Security Officer etc.

– ( ) Industry (sector where you work) e.g. The health sector

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