Elgon


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El·gon

 (ĕl′gŏn′), Mount
An extinct volcano, 4,321 m (14,178 ft) high, on the Kenya-Uganda border.

Elgon

(ˈɛlɡɒn)
n
(Placename) Mount Elgon an extinct volcano in E Africa, on the Kenya-Uganda border. Height: 4321m (14 178 ft)
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The eviction of more than 1,000 residents occupying public land and forest reserves in Mt Elgon region has begun.
Three Mt Elgon chiefs have been fired as the state steps up eviction of residents from government land and forest reserves.
The region includes the northern slopes of the Mount Elgon National Park which spans across the two countries.
Anthony and Vincent Khabala's family have been growing coffee on their farm about 4,000 feet up the slopes of Mount Elgon for generations.
I chose some beautiful dirt backroads around Mt Elgon National Park.
John Weatherby went to Uganda as an art teacher, grew interested in the people he taught, and earned an MA at Makerere University for an ethnographic thesis on the Sebei on Mount Elgon in 1967, when that was quite an achievement.
A Case of Smallholder Farming Systems on Mount Elgon," by M.
The elgon was aligned with the subject's greater trochanter on the right limb.
The rolling hills at the foot of Mount Elgon are bursting with green.
Abandoned shoes lie next to the Elgon A hostel inside the Garissa University College compound that was the scene of last week's attack by al-Shabab gunmen, in Garissa, Kenya Monday, April 6, 2015.
The soldier told students later that al-Shabab snipers were perched on a three-story dormitory called the Elgon, he said.