“Eliminate Poverty by Building a Strong and Self Sustaining Local Economy within 30 Years”

Mission Statement

“To achieve sustainable socio-economic development through efficient provision of quality services to the people of Masaka district in conformity with national policies and local priorities.

Economic Infrastructure

Masaka District is endowed with good climate and an industrious population. With this, coupled with the rich natural resource base, a lot of economic activities are taking place in the District. The major ones are Agriculture, livestock keeping, fishing, trade and pit sawing, with farming being the most important activity in terms of revenue contribution to the District. Employment income contributes the second largest portion of the revenue to the District followed by trading, property income and finally cottage industry contributes the least. The current up dated data cannot be easily got but the previous data available can give a general picture.

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