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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)
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(Placename) Mount Elgon an extinct volcano in E Africa, on the Kenya-Uganda border. Height: 4321m (14 178 ft)
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Technical solutions retained are based on existing options for improving the climate-resiliency of water sources and are known and implemented within Uganda and are as follows: Sub-component 1 (Under Component 1 of the Programme): Building resilience to climate change in flood -prone areas of Mount Elgon 1.
Scott, Penny (1998) From conflict to collaboration: people and forests at Mount Elgon.
The coffee is sourced from two Fairtrade co-operatives - one on the slopes of Mount Elgon, the highest mountain in Uganda, and the other in a mountainous region in Congo.
Our theme aims to explore the practicalities of culture in peace creation, and in the workings of Afrikology as an epistemology in East African communities, or to put it simply, Afrikology and cultural clusterism in action to ask what are the operational aspects of Afrikology, and what is the DNA composition of the cultural clusters in Mount Elgon cross-border communities of East Africa (Mount Elgon is a volcanic mountain on the border of eastern Uganda and western Kenya, hence, the oldest and largest solitary volcano in East Africa)?
At the Konokoyi coffee cooperative on the edge of Uganda's Mount Elgon national park, Juliet Nandutu is trying out the new device by offering the service to her village.
Martin Lacourt, the head of ICRC's Unit for Relations with Arms Carriers, told IRIN, "There is almost nothing in common between the Hezbollah - with a strong chain of command and able to conduct land, air and naval operations - and the Sabaot Land Defence Front around Mount Elgon in Kenya.
Instead he was at Mount Elgon where three villages were swept away on June 24 after heavy rain caused the slopes to collapse.
He arrived at Mount Elgon, near the African country's border with Kenya, on Monday, shortly after three villages were swept away after heavy rain caused the slopes to collapse.
As many as 400,000 people live in the area surrounding Mount Elgon, a region the Ugandan government is at risk of more landlsides following forecasts of further downpours.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis and Phlebotomus longipes on Mount Elgon.
As reported earlier in the Gazette, four dads and two lads went the extra mile to help orphaned children in Kenya by helping to build the foundations of a school in Mount Elgon.