Kumi District is a district in Eastern Uganda. The largest town in the district is Kumi, and the district headquarters are located there. The district is named after the town.
Location [ edit ]
Kumi District is bordered by
Katakwi District to the north, Nakapiripirit District to the northeast, Bukedea District to the east, Pallisa District to the south, and Ngora District to the west. The 'chief town' in the district is [1 ] Kumi, which is located approximately 54 kilometres (34 mi)}, by road, southeast of Soroti, the largest town in Teso sub-region. The coordinates of the district are:01 30N, 33 57E. [2 ]
Population [ edit ]
The 2002 national census estimated the population of the district to be approximately 165,400.
The annual population growth rate in the district is given as 4.3%. [3 ] It is estimated that the district population in 2010 was approximately 231,000. See table below: [4 ]
Kumi District Population Trends
Transport [ edit ]
Kumi District is served by a
railway station of the Ugandan Railways.
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
Coordinates: 01°30′N 33°57′E / 1.500°N 33.950°E