For the purpose of fulfilling its mandate, the Association recognizes the following nine regions of Uganda: West Nile, Northern, North Eastern, Eastern, East Central, Central, South Central, South Western and Western.
OPERATIONAL DISTRICTS IN UGANDA AS OF 2015
West Nile Region
- Arua (including Koboko and Maracha)
- Nebbi (including Zombo)
- Apac (including Oyam and Kole), Gulu (including Amuru and Nwoya), Kaberamaido, Kitgum (Including Lamwo), Lira (including Alebtong, Amolatar, Otuke, Dokolo), Pader (including Agago).
- Katakwi (including Amuria),
- Kotido (including Abim and Kaabong),
- Kumi (including Bukedea and Ngora),
- Moroto (including Napak),
- Nakapiripirit (including Amudat),
- Soroti (including Serere).
- Kapchorwa (including Bukwo and Kween),
- Mbale (including Bududa, Bulambuli and Manafa),
- Pallisa (including Budaka),
- Tororo (including Butaleja).
East Central Region
- Bugiri (including Namayingo),
- Iganga (including Namutumba),
- Kamuli (including Kaliro and Buyende),
- Kiboga (including Kyankwanzi)
- Luwero (including Nakaseke)
- Mubende (including Mityana)
- Mukono (including Buwike)
South Central Region
- Masaka (including Lwengo and Kalungu)
- Rakai (including Lyatonde)
- Bundibugyo (including Ntoroko)
- Kyenjojo (including Kyegegwa)
- Masindi (including Bulisa and Kiryandongo).
South Western Region
- Bushenyi (including Rubirizi, Mitooma, Buhweju and Sheema)
- Mbarara (including Ibanda, Isingiro and Kiruhura)