Muleba District Council
Muleba is among the least developed districts in the country. Her economy is based on traditional production models due to accelerated low incomes resulting from low crop prices both in and out of the country.
The welfare of the majority of the people is estimated to be a bit higher than the poverty line. Currently a survey to collect important economic data region wise is underway these will enable to establish the district per capital income soon..
This has been an attribute of low agricultural productivity, excessive waste of the post harvest, plant/crop diseases and unsteady and /or low prices respectively. Apart from all these, all industrial goods’ prices have been increasing beyond the purchasing power of our people. From the social point of view provision of social amenities is inadequately carried in terms of education, health, water supply electricity, and transportation services.
Some strategies have been developed to fight against poverty in the country through the vision 2025 and poverty reduction strategy paper of 2002.
The achievement so far recorded is too little to our district due to the above mentioned factors. More efforts need be addressed to faster positive socio –economic achievements through progressive investment interventions to our district in terms of social, economic and tourist opportunities.
The Muleba District is administratively divided into 32 wards:
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