Current monitoring network

The Bahr el Ghazal Sub-basin

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The Bahr el Ghazal Sub-basin drains is shared by South Sudan and Sudan. It has an area comparable to the Blue Nile but with very small outflow. The main river, Bahr el Ghazal, flows and joins the Bahr el Jebel downstream of Lake No. The Bahr el Ghazal Sub-basin

Meteorological monitoring network

There are 14 meteorological stations in the sub-basin; two in South Sudan and 12 in Sudan. Nine stations are full met stations.

No Name of Station
1 YAMBIO
2 RUMBEK
3 Wau
4 KUAJOK
5 Raga
6 AWEIL
7 BENTIU
8 Alradoom
9 RADOM
10 BURAM
11 ABU MATARIG
12 UMM SIKEINAT
13 Kadugli
14 tulus
15 ABUGABRA
16 Babanusa
17 ABU HEMEID
18 EL-DEAIN
19 Gazala gawazat
20 EID EL-GANAM
21 MUHAGRIA
22 ET TOMAI
23 Neyala
24 Nyala
25 DANKOG
26 Elodaiah
27 EL-TEWAISHA
28 KAS
29 Giraih Elsarha
30 En Nahud
31 KALOKITING
32 KUNGAR
33 WAFA’A
34 TORA TONGA
35 MALEMM
36 Wd Bunda
37 SUNI
38 Elmazroob
39 Alkhowi
40 Eial Bakhit
41 El Fasher
42 El Fasher

Hydrometric stations

There is only one station in the sub-basin – on a tributary of the river at Wau in South Sudan. The map below shows the location of the station. The table adjacent to the map provides the list of hydrometric stations that were available but not operational and those newly proposed as part of strengthening the monitoring system in South Sudan.

The Bahr el Ghazal is the least monitored sub-basin in the Nile Basin. As a result, the hydrology of the sub-basin is not well understood although indications are that the sub-basin has considerable water resources potential. A combination of ground – and remote sensing based observations of hydro-meteorological parameters are needed for the long-term sustainable management of the water resources of the sub-basin.

Note: All Hydrometric stations in Bahr el Ghazal are not operational

1 Rumbek 2 Gel
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