2. They provide basic needs to their children/They guidance and counselling to their children
3. The secritariat
4. It leads to depopulation/It leads to pain and suffering
5. They provide employment to people/It helps in sending letters and parcels/It sells postage stamps/It provides banking services
6. Symbol A is a linear scale while symbol B is a railway line.
7. Road accidents/Delay of goods on the way/Difficulty in movement of people
8. It was constructed to link Uganda to the coast of Kenya.
10. Collects school finances/Buys school needs/Controls school finances
11. By clan name/By totem.
12. It is where the oldest skull of early man was discovered.
13. They settle disputes among people/They ensure development in the villages.
14. It has River Nile which favours the presence of crocodiles.
16. By wearing heavy clothes./By taking hot drinks and food/By warming our bodies near a fire source.
17. Kenya is a coastal country while Uganda is a land locked country.
18. Paying taxes./Reporting law breakers to the authorities./Engaging in national activities
19. Areas near the Equator are hotter than areas which are further away from the Equator.
20. Trees are planted in rows./They produce soft wood./Trees are of the same species./Trees take a short time to mature.
21. Captain Frederick Dealtry Lugard
22. Extended family.
23. Antarctica is covered by snow throughout the year./Antarctica is too cold to support human life.
25. It promotes children's talents/It provides entertainment to the pupils./It promotes culture.
26. Lack of ready market for their goods./Shortage of raw materials./Natural disasters.
27. They advertise people's goods./They are items of trade./They help to inform people about goods on the market and their price.
28. To carry out trade./To spread Islam./They were escaping from religious wars in their home countries.
29. International Date Line (IDL)
30. By sharing with one another./By helping each other./By playing together.
32. They were not represented in the Legislative Council (LEGCO).
33. By giving equal duties to boys and girls./By giving basic needs to both boys and girls.
34. Cape Ranges./Atlas Mountains.
35. They provide labour force to industries/By exploiting other resources.
36. Either/Or: To co-create./To worship God/Allah./To take care of God's/Allah's creation.
37. Either/Or: By asking for forgiveness/By fasting/By helping the needy/By giving offertories.
38. Either/Or: Jesus Christ/Prophet Isa.
39. Either/Or: Fishing/Trading
40. Either/Or: It shows respect to God./One gets rewards from God/Allah/One gets blessings from God/It shows humbleness in the sight of God/Allah.
41. (a) Surplus budget.
(b) It controls over spending./It enables a person to spend on priorities./It promotes proper use of resources./It reduces debts./It promotes saving.
(c) Through giving foreign aid to Uganda./Through giving loans to Uganda./Through giving grants to Uganda./Through giving donations to Uganda.
42. (a) Natural vegetation is the plant cover of an area which exists on its own.
(b) Mediterranean vegetation/Temperate vegetation/Mangrove vegetation/Desert vegetation.
(c) Through carrying out agro-forestry/Through carrying out afforestation/Through carrying out re-afforestation/Through controlling bush fires/Through using alternative sources of energy/Through creating forest reserves/The government should implement strict laws against deforestation.
(b) Town labelled T has the headquarters of the East African Community.
(c) The presence of Fort Jesus.
(d) Directly to the north of Kenya.
44. (i) Warm ocean currents.
(ii) Cold ocean currents.
(iii) Warm ocean currents contain moisture and bring rainfall to the area where they blow./Warm ocean currents make the coast warm and wet.
(iv) Cold ocean currents don't contain moisture and they cause dry conditions to the areas where they blow.
45. (a) Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)/Burundi/Zambia.
(b) Some rift valley lakes are salty./They are deep./They are narrow./They have escarpments./They have an oblong shape.
46. (a) Mayor.
(b) Traditional leaders are chosen through inheritance while civic leaders are chosen through appointment.
(c) The Chief Administrative Officer is in charge of all civil servants in a district./The Chief Administrative Officer officiates civil marriages on behalf of the colonial government./The Chief Administrative Officer ensures payment of all civil servants in a district.
(d) The District Veterinary Officer advises farmers on how to look after their animals./The District Veterinary Officer teaches people on how to improve on the quality of their livestock./The District Veterinary Officer supervises all the veterinary workers in the district.
47. (a) George William Kakoma.
(b) The first stanza of the Uganda National Anthem shows that Ugandans are God fearing people./The first stanza of the Uganda National Anthem shows that Ugandans are free from colonial oppression./The first stanza of the Uganda National Anthem shows that Ugandans are united.
(c) The National Anthem promotes national unity./The National Anthem identifies Uganda as an independent nation./The National Anthem increases the spirit of patriotism among citizens.
49. (a) Accra.
(b) They help in determining the time of a place./They help in locating places.
(c) It is called so because it crosses a city called Greenwich in England.
50. (a) They promote unity./ They promote friendship./They show identity of a person./They give a sense of belonging to people./They promote morals.
(b) Advancement of technology./Government interference./Rural-urban migration./Negative attitude of people towards culture.
51. (a) Either: He sent Jesus Christ to die for man's sins.
(b) He did not sin./ He loved everybody equally./He lived a prayerful life.
(c) He was mocked./ He was rejected./ He was hated./ He was persecuted./ He was crucified.
Or: (a) He migrated to Medina.
(b) He loved everybody./ He defended his people./ He aimed at solving people's problems./He lived a prayerful life.
(b) He was mocked./ He was rejected./ He was hated./ He was persecuted.
52. Either: (a) Greed./Not sharing with others./Hatred./Jealous./Envy.
(b) Death/Loss of God's love./Loss of friends./Witchcraft.
Or: (a) They are pretenders./They are great liars./They never fulfil their promises.
(b) It promotes hatred./ It leads to loss of trust./It leads to loss of Allah's love./It leads to loss of friends.
53. Either: (a) He preached about repentance./He preached about forgiveness./He preached about baptism./He preached about the kingdom of God.
Or: Repentance./Loving one another./Helping the needy./Defending the oppressed./Turning away from idol worship.
(b) Prophet Dauda./Prophet Musa./Prophet Isa.
54. Either: (a) By obeying them/ Respecting them/ Doing work at home/ Passing in examination/ Helping them/ By joining them/ By joining clubs.
Or: (a) By obeying them/ Respecting them/ Doing work at home/ Passing in examination/ Helping them/ By joining them/ By joining clubs.
Either: (b) When He fed 5000 people with 2 fish and five loaves of bread/ When He raised Lazarus and others from death/ When He healed the sick/ When He made the blind to see/When He made the paralysed to walk/ When changed water into wine at a wedding in Cana.
Or: (b) When He fed the hungry/ When He prayed for the sick/ When He defended the weak / When He protected the slaves from slavery.
55. Either (a): Promotes unity/ Love / Friendship/ Peace/ Harmony/ Brings blessings/ Rewards from God/ Builds faith, etc
Or: (a): Promotes unity/ Love / Friendship/ Peace/ Harmony/ Brings blessings/ Rewards from God/ Builds faith, etc
Either (b) Brings hatred/ Disunity/ Conflicts/ Spoils peace/ One loses friends/ One can't get blessings/ Rewards from God/ Create revenge.
Or (b): Brings hatred/ Disunity/ Conflicts/ Spoils peace/ One loses friends/ One can't get blessings/ Rewards from God/ Create revenge