The Napore are a tribe in North-eastern Uganda, South-west of Kidepo Valley National Park.
The Napore belong to the Nilotic ethnic group.
There are 25,417 Napore (2014census) in Uganda.
The Napore are mainly found in Karenga district.
The Napore language is called "Ngaporein".
Their origins are not well documented. They belong to Karenga región (part of Karamoja región) and are governed in a clan system composed of clan elders and opinion leaders.
The Napore are pastoral people but also do agriculture. They keep livestock mainly short horned cattle, and farm sorghum, millet, maize, beans, and other vegetables. Their staple food is Sorghum and Maize. Bread is made from Sorghum or Maize flour. Just like the Dodoth, a drink called "Ngagwe" is made from sorghum and maize.
The Napore traditional dress code is a Maasai shuka and beads jewelry. Men dress in a Maasai shuka either tied diagonally from their shoulder, or in form of a skirt. Women dress in a Maasai shuka skirt with a beads belt. Women wear a series of bangles, necklaces, bracelets and headbands made out of beads.
Their dance is called Emuya dance.