Les Bakiga (ou Kiga au singulier) sont une population d'Afrique centrale établie au sud-ouest de l'Ouganda et au nord du Rwanda. Il semblerait qu'ils soient arrivés en Ouganda depuis le Rwanda vers 1600-1700.

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  • Les Bakiga (ou Kiga au singulier) sont une population d'Afrique centrale établie au sud-ouest de l'Ouganda et au nord du Rwanda. Il semblerait qu'ils soient arrivés en Ouganda depuis le Rwanda vers 1600-1700. Ils sont principalement implantés dans la région du Kigezi, dans les districts de Kabale, de Rukungiri, de Kanungu avec des minorités au Rwanda, dans les districts de Kisoro et s'étendant jusque vers la région de Toro.Les Bakiga, au nombre de 1,7 million d'après le recensement de 2002, représentaient 7 % de la population d'Ouganda.
  • Чига (бачига [самоназвание], бакига, кига) — один из народов, населяющих Уганду, разговаривающий на языке кига (ручига). Проживает также на севере Руанды. Название народа чига было взято из языка соседствующего с ним народа, и в переводе означает «горцы» (Rekdal 1999: 462). На конец 2002 года численность населения оценивалась приблизительно в 1.7 млн человек, или 8% всего населения Уганды.
  • The Kiga people, or Abakiga ("people of the mountains"), are an ethnic group located in northern Rwanda and southern Uganda. The Kiga speak a Bantu language called Rukiga. They are sometimes referred to as the Chiga or Kiga, while the singular form is Omukiga. It has been suggested that the Bakiga arrived in what is modern day Uganda from Rwanda between 1600 and 1700.[citation needed]. Additionally, a large number Bakiga were still living in Rwanda at the time of European colonization. An Anglo - German Agreement signed at Brussels on May 14, 1910, modified part of the boundary between British and German territories initially established as the parallel of one degree south latitude by the treaty of 1890. Modified were the sectors between the Congo tripoint and the junction of the Kakitumba and Kagera, comprising the present Rwanda - Uganda boundary, and between the junction and the second crossing of the parallel of one degree south latitude by the Kagera, comprising the western segment of the present Tanzania - Uganda boundary. Details of the final delimitation and demarcation of the Rwanda - Uganda boundary between the Congo tripoint of Sabinio and the southwestern branch (Lubirizi) of the Tshinzinga (Muvogero) are given in an Anglo-German protocol signed at Kamwezi on October 30, 1911. Therefore, many Bakiga became Ugandans by defacto in 1911 when the current international boundaries of Uganda were formally finalized. The Bakiga people live in southwestern Uganda and North Eastern Rwanda, mostly located in Kabale district (and Byumba prefecture in Rwanda), and number about 8% of the population of Uganda or nearly 3 million according to Population Estimates, Another 3 million have been naturalised in other ethnic regions of Uganda such as Bunyoro, Tooro, Buganda, Northern Tanzania, Eastern Congo and Rwanda as well as those living in Europe and North America. This puts the total Population of People of Kiga origin at about 6 million, roughly the total population of the State of Arizona.
  • Die Bakiga – auch Kiga, Bachiga oder Chiga genannt – sind ein Stamm im Südwesten Ugandas, hauptsächlich sesshaft in der Region Kabale. Entsprechend dem letzten Zensus (2002) leben etwa 1,7 Millionen von ihnen in Uganda.
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  • Les Bakiga (ou Kiga au singulier) sont une population d'Afrique centrale établie au sud-ouest de l'Ouganda et au nord du Rwanda. Il semblerait qu'ils soient arrivés en Ouganda depuis le Rwanda vers 1600-1700.
  • Чига (бачига [самоназвание], бакига, кига) — один из народов, населяющих Уганду, разговаривающий на языке кига (ручига). Проживает также на севере Руанды. Название народа чига было взято из языка соседствующего с ним народа, и в переводе означает «горцы» (Rekdal 1999: 462). На конец 2002 года численность населения оценивалась приблизительно в 1.7 млн человек, или 8% всего населения Уганды.
  • Die Bakiga – auch Kiga, Bachiga oder Chiga genannt – sind ein Stamm im Südwesten Ugandas, hauptsächlich sesshaft in der Region Kabale. Entsprechend dem letzten Zensus (2002) leben etwa 1,7 Millionen von ihnen in Uganda.
  • The Kiga people, or Abakiga ("people of the mountains"), are an ethnic group located in northern Rwanda and southern Uganda. The Kiga speak a Bantu language called Rukiga. They are sometimes referred to as the Chiga or Kiga, while the singular form is Omukiga. It has been suggested that the Bakiga arrived in what is modern day Uganda from Rwanda between 1600 and 1700.[citation needed]. Additionally, a large number Bakiga were still living in Rwanda at the time of European colonization.
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