ABSTRACT Kabarole district is among the five districts in the Rwenzori Mountains in western Uganda Known to the locals as the Mountains of the Moon’, the Rwenzori also constitute a natural barrier on the country’s border with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Kabarole District is part of the Kingdom of Toro. Its main town is Fort Portal Kabarole District is bordered by Ntoroko District to the north, Kibaale District to the northeast, Kyenjonjo District to the east, Kamwenge District to the southeast, Kasese District to the south, the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the southwest and Bundibugyo District, across the Rwenzori Mountains to the west. Fort Portal, the ‘chief town’ in the district, lies approximately 320 kilometres (200 mi), by road, west of Kampala, the capital city of Uganda.I’] The coordinates of the district are: 00 36N, 30 18E (Latitude: 0.6000; Longitude: 30.3000).The study entitled impact of conflict and service delivery at kabarole district, western Uganda. It was guided by three study objectives which included The effect of economic instability on service delivery, the effect of poor health on service delivery and the effect of poor education on service delivery. The researcher used a survey design and descriptive. Research design is the specific data analysis techniques or methods that the researcher intended to use. The survey design involved the collection and analysis of data, and finding out the answers concerning the current status of the subject. In addition, it is a study of variables in their natural setting or under usual circumstances. This comprised of observation of facts, collection and classification of data, interpretation of data, formulation of theories, application of facts and predictions. The findings presented in this study, were basically on the impact of conflict and service delivery at kabarole district.