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Ky·o·ga

or Ki·o·ga  (kē-ō′gə), Lake
A shallow lake of central Uganda. It is noted for its papyrus swamps.

Kyo•ga

or Kio•ga

(ˈkyoʊ gə)

n. Lake,
a lake in central Uganda. ab. 1000 sq. mi. (2600 sq. km).
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(2016) assessed growth parameters of four varieties and one strain from the largest lakes of Uganda, Lake Victoria, Lake Kyoga, Lake Edward, Lake Albert and a farm in Kampala for 132 days sowing fry from 1.21 to 19.25 g.
DISRUPTION North Kyoga Regional Police Spokesperson, Mr David Ongom Mudong, said police had no idea of stopping Dr Besigye and FDC leaders from holding talk shows.
Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and DR Congo are home to the Victoria, Tanganyika, Kivu, Albert, George, Tana and Kyoga lakes.
He added that this is obvious in the three developmental projects; The Egyptian-Ugandan Project to Resist Sea Grass, Controlling Sea Grass in Kyoga and Albert Lakes' Project and the third project includes building five tanks to reserve rain water, building several boreholes and training Ugandan workers in the fields of water resources and irrigation.
The fish is common in Africa, occurring mostly in Lakes Kyoga and Victoria, Victoria Nile, lower Kagera River and Malagarasi drainage [2].
Ogutu-Ohwayo, "The decline of the native fishes of lakes Victoria and Kyoga (East Africa) and the impact of introduced species, especially the Nile perch, Lates niloticus, and the Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus," Environmental Biology of Fishes, vol.
To try and counteract this, the project is working with commercial farmers, and Ugandan-based organisations Kyoga Youth and Women Community Enterprise, to engage with local communities and help develop a potential alternative to the growing of the usual cash crops.
According to Joyce Nyeko, commissioner of aquaculture at the Ministry of Environ- ment, over 2,500 farmers in the eastern Pallisa district have encroached on the water catch- ment areas feeding the vast Lake Kyoga, which is a major source of convectional rains.
According to Joyce Nyeko, commissioner of aquaculture at the Ministry of Environment, over 2,500 farmers in the eastern Pallisa district have encroached on the water catchment areas feeding the vast Lake Kyoga, which is a major source of convectional rains.
Bishop of Bangor Rt Rev Andrew John will lead the 11-strong group on the three week trip to the Diocese of Lango in northern Uganda The diocese has been twinned with Bangor since 2003 and lies north of Lake Kyoga about 170 miles from Uganda''s capital, Kampala.
It actually breaks the stunning Victoria Nile, that flows across Uganda's northern region from the vast Lake Victoria to the deep Lake Kyoga and continuing to the northern tip of Lake Albert within the western arm of the great East African Rift.
“We've also just discovered on Lev's Channel 4 website that, as he heads north towards Lake Kyoga, Florence the monkey is heading for safety too.