Continuous rainstorm has destroyed several homes in Sembabule district displacing more than 20 families.
The rain that lasted for close to 12-hours on Tuesday, swept through villages destroying the plantations and gardens of sweet potatoes, cassava and other food crops.
The worst affected villages are Kyangabatayi, Nsagara kikukulu and Manyama in Mateete Sub County.
Vicent Kimbugwe a resident in Mateete says people are worried about an eminent famine resulting from the destroyed gardens.
The rainstorm also hit several school pushing more than 200 pupils out of their classrooms.
Kimbugwe says more than 200 pupils of Nsagara primary school, in Matete have no where to study from after the classrooms gave way to the windy filled rainstorm.
Several roads have also been wither rendered impassable or blocked off completely.
The road from Mateete to Sembabule has been cut off, triggering off a hike in the transport fares. Passengers going to Ssembabule are being forced to connect through Mbarara.
Herman Sentongo, the district chairperson, says the sitiuation in Matete is alarming. He says that he has seen several people camped out in the cold because they have no tents.
Sentongo has asked the disaster prepared ministry to come to his aid and rescue the displaced people.