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Northern Region, Uganda

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Northern Region, Uganda

Northern Region, Uganda is located in Uganda
Northern Region, Uganda
Location of Gulu in Northern region, Uganda
Country Uganda
Region Northern
Regional capital Gulu
 • Total 85,391.7 km2 (32,969.9 sq mi)
Elevation 1,078 m (3,537 ft)
Population (2002 census)[1]
 • Total 5,148,882
 • Estimate (2011) 7,620,700
 • Density 60/km2 (160/sq mi)
Time zone EAT (UTC+3)

The Northern region is one of four regions in the country of Uganda.[1] As of Uganda's 2002 census, the region's population was 5,148,882.[1]


As of 2010, the Northern region contains 30 districts:

District Pop.
Map Chief town
Abim 51,903 1 Abim
Adjumani 202,290 2 Adjumani
Agago 184,018 78 Agago
Alebtong 163,047 79 Alebtong
Amolatar 96,189 3 Amolatar
Amudat 63,572 80 Amudat
Amuru 135,723 39 Amuru
Apac 249,656 5 Apac
Arua 559,075 6 Arua
Dokolo 129,385 16 Dokolo
Gulu 298,527 17 Gulu
Kaabong 202,757 22 Kaabong
Kitgum 167,030 42 Kitgum
Koboko 129,148 43 Koboko
Kole 165,922 93 Kole
Kotido 122,442 44 Kotido
Lamwo 115,345 97 Lamwo
Lira 290,601 47 Lira
Maracha 145,705 50 Maracha
Moroto 77,243 57 Moroto
Moyo 194,778 58 Moyo
Nakapiripirit 90,922 62 Nakapiripirit
Napak 112,697 104 Napak
Nebbi 266,312 65 Nebbi
Nwoya 41,010 107 Nwoya
Otuke 62,018 108 Otuke
Oyam 268,415 67 Oyam
Pader 142,320 68 Pader
Yumbe 251,784 77 Yumbe
Zombo 169,048 112 Zombo


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