Abim District is a district in Northern Uganda which became functional on 1 July 2006. Prior to that, it was known as Labwor County in Kotido District.
Abim has a population size of 107966. The people in Abim identify as Ethur and speak the Karamojong language.
Subsistence agriculture and animal husbandry are the main occupations of the population of the district. Key foods grown – Sorghum, maize, millet, sunflower, simsim, beans, upland rice.
Some of the attractions in Abim include; SolarNow Abim Branch (museum), rock climbing and mountain hiking.
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