|• Total||4,800 sq mi (12,500 km2)|
|• Estimate (2010)||16,000|
Almost all of Kafia Kingi (except a southern portion south of the Umblasha River) is within the borders of the Sudanese Radom National Park, a biosphere reserve, of which 2/3rds are also within the borders of Kafia Kingi, while another 1/3rd of the National Park is within the Sudanese region of South Darfur.
The area was due to be given to South Sudan under the terms of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement which required use of the Sudan "north-south line" as of 1 January 1956. It was not until 1960 that the Kafia Kingi area was transferred north of that line and added to Darfur. Sudan controls all or most of this area today, though at times since independence South Sudan forces have briefly controlled large portions.
- Thomas, Edward (2010). The Kafia Kingi Enclave: People, politics and history in the north-south boundary zone of western Sudan. London: Rift Valley Institute. ISBN 978-1-907431-04-3.
- Sudan Supporting Kony, group Says The Boston Globe, April 27, 2013
- Joseph Kony's rebels sell ivory, minerals: report The Associated Press, November 19, 2014
- "Tracking the Illegal Tusk Trade". www.nationalgeographic.com. Retrieved 2016-01-04.