Kara River (Togo)

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The Kara River is a river of northern Togo and Benin. It rises in Benin's Donga Department and flows northwest through Kara Region in Togo, emptying into the Oti River on the Togo-Ghana border.[1] The Kara River Valley Agricultural Development Project is underway in the river valley, protecting about 300 square kilometres.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sheet 17: Lagos (Map). 1:2,000,000. Series 2201. Defense Mapping Agency Topographic Center. April 1973.
  2. ^ Farnham, Dana A. (1 June 1997). Plows, Prosperity, and Cooperation at Agbassa: The Change from Hoes to Plows on a Government-Sponsored Land Settlement Project in Northern Togo. Susquehanna University Press. p. 39. ISBN 978-0-945636-98-4. Retrieved 30 April 2012.

Coordinates: 10°01′19″N 0°24′36″E / 10.022°N 0.410°E / 10.022; 0.410