|Region||Northern Region of Uganda|
|Elevation||1,100 m (3,600 ft)|
|Population (2011 Estimate)|
|Time zone||EAT (UTC+3)|
Kalongo is located in the Acholi sub-region. It is approximately 78 kilometres (48 mi) southeast of Kitgum, the nearest large town. This is approximately 155 kilometres (96 mi), by road, northeast of Gulu, the largest city in the sub-region. The coordinates of Kalongo, Uganda are 3° 2' 24.00"N, 33° 22' 16.00"E (Latitude:3.04000; Longitude:33.37111).
The 2002 national population census estimated the town's population at 9,700. In 2010, the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) estimated the population at 14,300. In 2011, UBOS estimated the mid-year population at 15,000.
Points of interest
The following points of interest are found in the town of Kalongo, or near the edges of the town:
- offices of Kalongo Town Council
- Kalongo central market
- Dr. Ambrosoli Memorial Hospital, a 350-bed community hospital administered by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Gulu
- Kalongo School of Nursing & Midwifery, a nursing and midwifery school affiliated with and administered by the Dr. Ambrosoli Memorial Hospital
- Mount Kalongo, a solid rock formation that rises to a peak of 1,600 metres (5,200 ft) above sea-level, towering approximately 400 metres (1,300 ft) to the northwest of town
- St. Charles Lwanga College, a mixed, boarding, secondary school (S1 - S6) affiliated with the Catholic Church
- Kalongo Airstrip, a private airstrip owned and administered by the Dr. Ambrosoli Memorial Hospital
- St. Mary's School of Midwivery, affiliated with the Dr. Ambrosoli Memorial Hospital, with 120 students in 2011
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