How’s Air Quality in Uganda?

Kampala has only one public monitor station.

Based on the US Embassy readings, Kampala’s PM2.5 averages 52 micrograms. That’s about 5 times the World Health Organization’s annual PM2.5 limit of 10 micrograms.

Compared to Beijing,  Kampala’s is consistently bad while Beijing’s pollution fluctuates more.

 Air pollution takes a heavy toll on people’s health in Kampala.

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