Over 34,000 people have been affected by floods and water logging in the country.
A report by the Uganda Red Cross Society on Disaster Response indicates that Otuke County in Lira District has been the most affected, where 6,225 people have been left homeless.
The Secretary General of the Uganda Red Cross Society, Michael Nataka says they have responded to over 17,000 people who have been availed with essential household items.
Other districts affected include Soroti, Amuria, Katakwi, Nakapiripirit, Kween, Tororo, Kapchorwa, Lira, Ntoroko, Moroto, Nebbi, Kibale and Kotido.
Floods and water logging have ravaged the country since March 2012.
Nataka adds that the annual emergency stock of essential household items of 20, 000 kits are not enough to respond to the country’s increasing emergency needs calling for support.