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577 498 505 464 400 293 289 219 265 128 147 105 114 2,292 2,297 4,589 Bugiri 53 1,268 1,126 1,056 939 1,101 1,040 1,068 994 889 847 650 615 472 475 6,504 6,036 12,540 Bukedea 19 339 286 279 271 266 270 236 184 164 147 118 101 102 82 1,504 1,341 2,845 Bukwo 15 346 357 241 238 196 185 207 199 200 203 165 178 115 139 1,470 1,499 2,969 Bulambuli 9 180 169 223 196 203 257 180 190 159 149 136 120 85 77 1,166 1,158 2,324 Busia 30 795 769 581 572 482 575 596 543 412 471 339 414 288 331 3,493 3,675 7,168 Butaleja 12 146 172 159 144 179 148 138 113 108 94 70 67 66 53 866 791 1,657 Buyende 81 1,748 1,766 1,262 1,265 1,293 1,276 1,199 1,181 1,069 1,044 770 838 542 505 7,883 7,875 15,758 Iganga 53 1,063 966 921 964 1,023 995 991 972 844 900 775 834 567 730 6,184 6,361 12,545 Jinja 77 1,615 1,705 1,591 1,723 1,685 1,664 1,689 1,781 1,493 1,651 1,296 1,367 948 1,189 10,317 11,080 21,397 Kaberamaido 13 270 243 164 188 195 220 182 235 178 168 145 110 55 61 1,189 1,225 2,414 Kaliro 22 380 336 367 345 381 356 404 368 373 366 345 363 315 264 2,565 2,398 4,963 Kamuli 59 1,455 1,429 1,253 1,337 1,298 1,336 1,221 1,278 1,098 1,093 882 926 638 711 7,845 8,110 15,955 Kapchorwa 32 545 418 519 468 629 548 568 549 490 476 443 465 387 489 3,581 3,413 6,994 Katakwi 5 155 150 104 91 40 48 47 43 28 36 4 4 6 5 384 377 761 ANNEX VI:
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113 EDUCATION STATISTICAL ABSTRACT 2011 Region District Private No. of Schools P.1 P.2 P.3 P.4 P.5 P.6 P.7 Total Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Total Kibuku 50 725 713 677 630 703 575 612 541 445 400 318 314 235 227 3,715 3,400 7,115 Kumi 10 237 174 256 271 243 223 208 197 232 193 176 164 162 139 1,514 1,361 2,875 Kween 26 602 575 486 440 470 475 409 406 434 365 376 351 283 320 3,060 2,932 5,992 Luuka 123 2,121 2,211 1,645 1,823 1,620 1,706 1,617 1,671 1,330 1,535 1,076 1,224 808 871 10,217 11,041 21,258 Manafwa 23 711 671 608 652 545 580 417 467 319 350 205 271 187 178 2,992 3,169 6,161 Mayuge 91 1,670 1,777 1,550 1,621 1,557 1,615 1,502 1,482 1,209 1,318 977 952 573 623 9,038 9,388 18,426 Mbale 56 1,322 1,374 1,228 1,215 1,257 1,254 1,200 1,080 967 877 817 780 554 525 7,345 7,105 14,450 Namayingo 37 805 851 632 653 621 637 589 570 453 429 300 321 162 167 3,562 3,628 7,190 Namutumba 38 551 633 613 590 667 680 609 633 476 551 414 419 266 297 3,596 3,803 7,399 Ngora 15 260 247 232 224 237 221 237 219 194 164 145 118 78 61 1,383 1,254 2,637 Pallisa 40 646 664 693 677 719 712 722 640 553 517 453 449 306 296 4,092 3,955 8,047 Serere 45 1,044 1,035 757 765 784 742 1,188 689 588 573 369 364 236 230 4,966 4,398 9,364 Sironko 12 342 288 354 299 343 298 262 226 156 191 118 160 105 122 1,680 1,584 3,264 Soroti 30 671 691 644 630 656 638 681 646 618 658 460 466 349 371 4,079 4,100 8,179 Tororo 40 737 656 720 681 795 726 783 750 681 652 542 521 437 431 4,695 4,417 9,112 East Total 1,167 24,009 23,648 20,937 20,953 21,282 20,939 20,614 19,686 16,794 17,113 13,311 13,717 9,663 10,279 126,610 126,335 252,945 N. East Abim 10 577 536 384 315 342 338 214 200 148 98 53 36 1,718 1,523 3,241 Amudat 1 51 63 30 38 27 20 108 121 229 Kaabong 8 953 635 548 472 210 138 130 105 41 18 1,882 1,368 3,250 Kotido 5 477 207 178 109 111 70 33 35 29 28 19 19 20 23 867 491 1,358 Moroto 5 164 187 102 154 73 71 40 70 45 52 28 45 22 26 474 605 1,079 Nakapiripirit Napak 5 559 545 61 49 52 23 26 28 21 14 5 2 3 727 661 1,388 N. East Total 34 2,781 2,173 1,303 1,137 815 660 443 438 284 210 105 102 45 49 5,776 4,769 10,545 North Adjumani 7 261 235 220 196 256 241 210 220 194 222 123 132 109 81 1,373 1,327 2,700 Agago 7 250 267 239 225 193 151 129 109 60 59 59 50 58 59 988 920 1,908 Alebtong 7 216 237 180 179 165 198 165 168 180 146 98 93 67 32 1,071 1,053 2,124 Amolatar 9 155 161 170 133 187 216 201 183 156 203 133 162 93 67 1,095 1,125 2,220 Amuru 3 139 143 103 111 83 88 69 68 57 43 31 23 11 3 493 479 972 Apac 6 108 106 88 69 77 78 59 62 32 29 25 21 2 8 391 373 764 Arua 36 1,200 1,187 853 849 691 727 559 509 429 398 282 241 263 190 4,277 4,101 8,378 Dokolo 18 172 190 180 173 179 210 188 195 167 180 139 139 103 79 1,128 1,166 2,294 Gulu 25 755 707 624 695 774 652 606 508 528 452 366 314 249 233 3,902 3,561 7,463 Kitgum 19 778 766 652 652 623 686 732 778 583 639 453 364 226 198 4,047 4,083 8,130 Koboko 6 143 144 131 154 134 123 139 128 107 121 100 78 94 86 848 834 1,682 Kole 2 49 36 38 42 35 29 20 43 34 42 29 25 13 13 218 230 448 Lamwo 4 178 216 178 202 159 191 231 170 115 93 61 44 47 11 969 927 1,896 Lira 36 914 932 806 860 869 896 817 856 732 720 623 592 532 471 5,293 5,327 10,620 Maracha 8 593 557 345 277 197 205 146 121 65 41 16 10 13 2 1,375 1,213 2,588 Moyo 4 67 69 52 52 12 10 2 7 133 138 271 Nebbi 15 365 394 244 232 229 190 101 123 20 21 2 7 961 967 1,928 Nwoya 1 20 8 21 22 16 15 20 20 18 15 16 14 13 14 124 108 232 Otuke 11 470 329 353 294 248 220 227 223 146 138 91 71 29 8 1,564 1,283 2,847
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114 EDUCATION STATISTICAL ABSTRACT 2011 Region District Private No. of Schools P.1 P.2 P.3 P.4 P.5 P.6 P.7 Total Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Total Oyam 23 429 410 344 359 330 344 291 264 171 218 129 102 81 95 1,775 1,792 3,567 Pader 8 277 227 253 188 198 184 158 132 77 75 46 28 1,009 834 1,843 Yumbe 5 355 316 185 150 134 122 68 44 12 7 6 3 9 5 769 647 1,416 Zombo 7 291 182 136 92 129 108 124 112 115 100 81 88 71 71 947 753 1,700 North Total 267 8,185 7,819 6,395 6,206 5,918 5,884 5,262 5,043 3,998 3,962 2,909 2,601 2,083 1,726 34,750 33,241 67,991 S. West Buhweju 24 733 803 349 314 321 323 290 299 229 245 168 199 133 150 2,223 2,333 4,556 Bushenyi 29 1,050 1,005 568 586 574 538 479 469 427 429 336 400 244 346 3,678 3,773 7,451
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