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Kabarole District is a district in Western Uganda. Kabarole District is part of the Kingdom of Toro, one of the traditional monarchies that are constitutionally recognised in modern-day Uganda. The kingdom is coterminus with Toro sub-region. The districts that constitute the Kingdom of Toro are:
Kabarole District is bordered by Ntoroko District to the north, Kibaale District to the northeast, Kyenjojo 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. The coordinates of the district are:00 36N, 30 18E (Latitude:0.6000; Longitude:30.3000).
Kabarole Districts consists of the following administrative units: 
- Fort Portal Municipality
- Bunyangabu County
- Burahya County
- Kibaale County
In 2002, the population of Kabarole District was estimated at 356,900 with a population growth rate estimated at 3.0% annually. It is estimated that in 2010, the population of Kabarole District was approximately 452,100. See table below:
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The Batoro, Batuku and Basongora ethnicities constitute about 52% of the population. The Bakiga constitute 28%, followed by the Bakonjo and the Bamba. The major languages spoken in the district are Rutooro, Rukiga and Runyankore.
Subsistence agriculture and animal husbandry are the main economic activities in Kabarole District.
The crops grown in Kabarole District include:
Livestock is the second economic activity and is concentrated in the counties of Kyaka, Kibale, Burahya, Mwenge, Bunyangabu and Kitagwenda. In 2005, there were approximately 18,695 heads of exotic/cross bred cattle, 35,199 indigenous cattle, 75,897 goats, 6,442 sheep, 12,162 pigs, 9,776 exotic/cross bred chicken, 131,255 local chicken, 4,467 ducks, 1,040 turkeys, 326 guinea fowl, and 122 geese in the district.
Commercial fishing occurs on about 30 of the 52 crater lakes, scattered in Kabarole District. The main fish species harvested from the crater lakes is the small Haplochromines (Nkejje). Fishing, mainly of Protopterus aethiopicus (Lung fish), is also carried out in a number of wetlands. Some fishing also goes on in the area rivers including: