ABOUT LAKE WAMALA
one of the freshwater lakes in Central Uganda is called Lake Wamala. The lake’s surface area is roughly 250 square kilometers, and its depth ranges from 1.5 to 4.5 meters. The lake is on the verge of going extinct as a result of climate change and human encroachment.
roughly 17 kilometers between Mityana and Kalyankoko, which are located on the eastern banks of Lake Wamala in Kimuli, Mityana District.
Lake Wamala was once a part of Lake Victoria, but it has since receded into its present location. Numerous islands, including Rwanju Island, Kiraza, Mabo, Kazinga, and Bagwe Island, are scattered throughout the lake.
Lake Wamala receives its water from a number of rivers, including the Mpamujugu, Kaabasuma, and Kitega rivers. The Kibimba River, which drains Lake Wamala, is a seasonal river that frequently dries up during the dry season.
All three communities—Gomba, Mubende, and Mityana—share Lake Wamala. There are