The Pendé River (French: Rivière Pendé) is a river in central Africa. It arises in Ouham-Pendé in the Central African Republic and flows north, forming a short part of the international boundary between the Central African Republic and Chad. It eventually merges with the Logone River near Kim.
|Native name||Rivière Pendé (French)|
|• location||Central African Republic|
|Logone River at Kim, Chad|
|375 m (1,230 ft)|
|Basin size||15,325 km2 (5,917 sq mi)|
|• average||128 m3/s (4,500 cu ft/s)|
The flow of the river observed over 28 years (1947–75) in Doba a town in Chad about 70 km above the mouth into the Logon. The at Doba observed average annual flow during this period was 128 m³ / s fed by an area of about 14.300 km ² a majority of the total catchment area of the River.
The average monthly flow of the river Pendé hydrological station of Doba (in m³ / s )
(Calculated using the data for a period of 28 years, 1947–75)