Dear visitors, well wishers and citizens of Uganda, we welcome you to Our District Website. Our District is situated in the Northern region of Uganda and Lango Sub-region in Uganda. The largest town in the district is Apac which is located approximately 62 kilometres (39 miles), by road, south-west of Lira, the largest city in the Lango sub-region.
In 2006, Apac District was split and part of it became Oyam District. In July 2010, it was further sub-divided to create Kole District. In July 2018, it was further sub-divided to create Kwania district with administrative units of Chawente, Abongomola, Nambyeiso, Inomo, Aduku; and Aduku town council. The administrative units of Apac district currently comprises of Akokoro, Ibuje, Chegere and Apac subcounties. Apac town council has been elevated to Apac Municipal Council in 2017.
In 1991, the national population census estimated the district population at 162,200. The 2002 national census estimated the population at 249,700. The annual population growth rate in the district between 2002 and 2012 was 3.5 percent. It was estimated that the population in 2012 was 349,000.
Subsistence agriculture is the major economic activity in the district.