Kabi River, Uganda

July 3, 2012, 8:21 am
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Satellite image of Uganda. Source: Creative Commons-sa-3.0

The Kabi River is a river in Uganda  that is one of the sources of the Nile River.

The Kabi originates in central Uganda slightly west of Lake Kyoga and where the Victoria Nile exits from the lake. It flows southwest and receives the inflow of the Lugogo River and the Myanja River before joining the Nkusi River which flows into Lake Albert, which also receives the Victoria Nile and is the source of the Albert Nile River.

This article is written at a definitional level only. Authors wishing to improve this entry are inivited to expand the present treatment, which additions will be peer reviewed prior to publication of any expansion.
caption Rivers and lakes of Uganda. Source: Creative Commons-sa-3.0
caption Satellite Image of Uganda. Source: Sadalmelik/Wikipedia




Saundry, P. (2012). Kabi River, Uganda. Retrieved from http://www.eoearth.org/view/article/153981


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