1. Democratic Republic of Congo
2. To shave off people's hair./To trim people's hair
3. It provides scholastic materials to the school./It provides labour to the school./It provides children to the school.
4. By wearing life jackets. /By using water vessels in good condition./By travelling n a good weather condition.
5. Universal Primary Education (UPE)/Universal Secondary Education (USE)/Alternative Basic Education for Karamoja (ABEK)
6. Rift Valley
7. It is the major center of administration./ It is a commercial center
8. It promotes talents/ It reduces boredom/It provides entertainment/It promotes healthy living
9. It was mainly built to link Uganda to the coast of Kenya.
10. Olduvai Gorge
11. To ease water transport between the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea./ To promote trade between Europe and India.
12. Maintaining law and order in the community./ Planning for the country./ Implementing government policies./ Governing the country.
14. Areas on a higher altitude are cool while areas on a lower altitude are hotter.
15. Nalubaale and Kiira Power Station.
16. It sent the explorers to East Africa./ It sponsored or funded their journeys.
17. It is a source of revenue to the government./ It attracts tourists who bring in a foreign exchange to the country.
18. Dumping wastes in them./ Using poor methods of fishing.
20. Open ballot system/Secret ballot system
21. UBC Radio
22. Drought/Wars/Crop pests and diseases/Heavy rainfall
23. Atlantic ocean
24. They were afraid of losing their land/They were afraid of losing their powers/They wanted to protect their culture.
25. It has most of the other resources.
27. Through creating employment opportunities to them./By giving aid to disaster-stricken areas./Providing social services to people.
28. Equatorial climate.
29. National Environment Management Authority.
30. Arbitration/Sending away wrong doers from the society/Apologising/Punishing wrong doers.
31. Paul Mukasa
32. He fought slave trade in Acholi land.
33. They guide other pupils/They ensure law and order at school/They promote security at school.
34. Lake Magadi
36. Either: Genesis
Or: Surat Al-Fatiha
37. Either: Ash Wednesday
38. Either: Joseph
39. Either: They ate the forbidden fruit.
Or: They ate the forbidden fruit.
40. Either: Adolescence is the transition stage between childhood and adulthood.
Or: Adolescence is the transition stage between childhood and adulthood.
41. (a) A right to food/A right to have a name/A right to play. e.t.c
(b)It helps them to know their rights./ It enables them to defend their rights/It helps them to become responsible citizens in the future.
42. (a) Somalia
(b) It has coastal ports for handling goods.
(c) Both are marked 0°./Both are used to locate places./Both are major imaginary lines.
43. (a) Kabaka Muteesa I
(b) To spread literacy./To give him protection
(c) By using interpreters.
44. (a) Technology is the scientific way of solving problems.
(b) It is a source of income to people./ It provides quick transport./It provides easy communication.
(c) They provide clay and papyrus for craft industries.
45. (a) To promote trade./To create a wider market for goods/To promote co-operation /To create a common tariff/To create a common market.
(b) Shortage of funds/Differences in political ideologies/Unfair sharing of profits/Misunderstanding among heads of state.
46. (a) Weather station/ Meteorological centre.
(b) It helps people to know the right season for planting and harvesting crops./It enables people to travel safely.
(c) Floods/Hail storms/Lightning/Land slides/Mudslides
47. (a) Farming/Mining/Fishing/Trade/Lumbering. e.t.c
(b) Inadequate capital/Weather disasters/Language barrier/Limited market/High taxation
48. (a) Rosewood/African Walnut/Teak/Mvule/Mahogany
(b) (i) Tanin
(c) They act as hiding places for criminals./They harbour dangerous wild animals.
49. (a) Enumerators.
(b) Due to difference in nature of the soil/Due to difference in vegetation distribution/Due to difference in relief/Due to difference in altitude/Due to difference in climate/Government policy. e.t.c
(c) Population density = No. of people⁄Land size
Population density = 40,000⁄80
Population density = 500 people/km².
|F.D Lugard||Introduced indirect rule in Uganda|
|Gerald Portal||Raised the Union Jack at Entebbe|
|Semei Kakungulu||Extended British colonial rule to Eastern Uganda|
|Chief Awich||Resited gun registration|