Society and Culture

''Children have the right to enjoy their own culture, progress
and practice their own religion and use their own language''

The rich diversity of tribes and ethnic groups that form the Ugandan nation as a whole cannot be simply described. Each tribe and ethnic group has its own customs and cultures. English has been maintained as the official language in an attempt to override tribal differences and to prevent any one group from gaining dominance. The vast majority of Ugandans are rural dwellers who live as subsistence farmers, though many produce coffee. We will take a further look at the Ugandan society under the following headings:

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