Rwanda and Uganda are both African countries, which are located in the eastern part of Africa. Rwanda got her independence from Belgium on July 1, 1962, while Uganda got its independence from the United Kingdom on October 9, 1962. These countries are also different in their motto. Rwanda uses "Unity, Work, Patriotism" while the motto of Uganda is "For God and my country." They are also different in temperature, as Uganda has a little higher temperature than that of Rwanda.
With Rwanda being the most densely populated country in Africa, therefore, Uganda is less dense in population than Rwanda. The land area of Uganda is wider than that of Rwanda with 191,136 square miles, and Rwanda is 10,100 square miles. The unit of currency used is also a major difference between these countries, as Rwanda spends Franc, and Uganda spends Shilling. The official language of Uganda is Swahili and English, while that of Rwanda is French, English, and Kinyarwanda.