Synonyms for adjumani or Related words with adjumani

maracha              koboko              kaberamaido              yumbe              nebbi              kotido              ludewa              bushenyi              amuria              agago              arua              kapchorwa              kaabong              vurra              kitgum              budaka              katakwi              bugiri              pallisa              kgatleng              bukedea              sironko              ntoroko              butaleja              kiruhura              kyenjojo              moroto              mbinga              oyam              pujehun              mpigi              serere              rukungiri              ibanda              migori              isingiro              kibaale              kwale              kiboga              mwingi              vihiga              nwoya              tonkolili              nakapiripirit              kisoro              siaya              mukono              ntungamo              masindi              amuru             



Examples of "adjumani"
Adjumani General Hospital, also Adjumani Hospital, is a hospital in Adjumani Town, Adjumani District, in the Northern Region of Uganda. It is a public hospital, owned by the Ugandan Government and is administered by the Uganda Ministry of Health.
Adjumani is a town in Adjumani District in the Northern Region of Uganda and the site of the district headquarters.
Adjumani District is a district in Northern Uganda. Like most other Ugandan districts, it is named after its 'chief town', Adjumani, where the district headquarters are located.
Adjumani District was created on May 17, 1997, when Moyo District was split into two. The eastern part of Moyo District was renamed Adjumani District, after its largest town, Adjumani. The western part of the old Moyo District, remained as the modern Moyo District. The LCV Chairman is Mr. Owole Nixon.
Situated in the Itirikwa and Ukusijoni sub-counties in the southern part of Adjumani District, the Zoka Central Forest Reserve measures about . It is the only natural tropical rain forest and the only natural forest resource in Adjumani District.
The Atiak–Adjumani–Moyo–Afonji Road is in the Northern Region of Uganda, connecting the towns of Atiak, Adjumani, Moyo, and Afoji at the international border with South Sudan.
The forest is in the southern part of Adjumani District, approximately south of Adjumani, the district capital. The coordinates of the forest are 03°01'03.0"N, 31°39'21.0"E (Latitude:3.017500; Longitude:31.655830).
Agriculture is the backbone of Adjumani District's economy. Crops raised include
The Atiak–Adjumani–Moyo–Afoji Road, facilitates trade and the movement of people between Uganda and South Sudan.
Adjumani Airport is an airport that serves the town of Adjumani in the Northern Region of Uganda, close to the international border with South Sudan. It is approximately by air north of Entebbe International Airport, the country's largest civilian and military airport.
From Atiak in the Amuru District on the Gulu–Nimule Road, the road proceeds northwesterly to Adjumani, the headquarters of the Adjumani District. It then continues northwards, crossing the Albert Nile at Laropi and continuing to Moyo, the headquarters of Moyo District and on to the settlement of Afoji at the border with South Sudan. The road length measures approximately .
Crazzolara claims (without very credible evidence) that there are linguistic traces of Ma'di found in Nilotic languages like Dinka (especially Atwot), Nuer and Lwo (Acholi, Alur and Lango) and among the Bantu (Nyoro and Ganda). There are also some claims which maintain that there are Acholi speaking clans in Pakele in Adjumani (in Adjumani District), whose Ma'di accent is said to be completely different from that of the other Ma'di in the area. In Adjumani itself, the Oyuwi (ojuwt) clans are said to speak three languages: Ma'di, Kakwa and Lugbara.
She was born in 1967, in what was known as Moyo District at the time. Today, her home district is known as Adjumani District.
Adjumani Hospital was constructed in 2000 with a loan from the African Development Bank. The facility sits on a land site that measures . It has a bed capacity of 100 and averages about 200 outpatient daily visits. About 10 babies are delivered daily on average. Major illnesses include malaria and respiratory infections. Patients come from as far away as South Sudan and people from the neighboring districts of Amuru and Moyo and those from Adjumani District itself.
The Ma'di people are found in Magwi County in the Sudan, and in Adjumani and Moyo districts in Uganda. The population is about 390,000 people (90,000 in the Sudan).
Pagirinya Refugee Settlement is a refugee camp in eastern Adjumani District in northern Uganda. It is (as of October 2016) the newest of Uganda's refugee settlements, launched in June of 2016 after the Maaji Refugee Settlements reached capacity.
Hosted by Koboko in the first week of February, it was won by Adjumani who edged tournament favourites Arua 4-1 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the final on Wednesday 4 February 2015 at St. Charles Lwanga SS. The 2nd Runners-up Zombo District, who bagged 750,000 UgX, beat Yumbe 2-0 in the third place playoff. Edama Sabir with 6 goals was the Top Scorer, the Best Player was De Guzman Durman (Koboko), Best Goal Keeper was Henry Madrama (Adjumani), Fair Play went to Koboko, while the Best Referee was Atiku Rahman from Koboko. This was the first time all the eight existing political districts in West Nile took part - Koboko, Yumbe, Moyo, Adjumani, Arua, Zombo, Nebbi and newcomers Maracha. Lawrence Mulindwa, as well as Brigadier Dick Olum offered 5 Million each to sponsor the fourth edition of the tournament. The winner won 1.5 Million, Runner-up got 1 Million while fourth-placed team received 500,000 UgX.
Uganda had nearly 100,000 South Sudanese refugees as of March 2016. As of January 2016, most were located at Adjumani, Arua, Kiryandongo and Kampala. Uganda opened four reception centres for South Sudanese refugees in 2014. They were located in Keri in Koboko district, Rhino in Arua, Dzaipi in Adjumani at the Uganda-South Sudan border near Nimule, and one at Entebbe Airport. The Dzaipi settlement became overcowded, as it had 25,000 people, and was only designed to hold 3,000 people. In February 2016, The UN Children's fund reported that "The transit centres are at their limits. Nyumanzi Transit Center can accommodate 3,000 persons but can be stretched to 5,000 individuals in a worst case scenario while Maaji Settlement (Adjumani) can take another 10,000 refugees." Refugees at the Kiryandongo settlement camp have taken up agriculture.
Adjumani District is bordered by Moyo District to the north, South Sudan to the northeast, Amuru District to the east and south, Arua District to the southwest and Yumbe District to the northwest. The largest town in the district, Adjumani, is located approximately , by road, northeast of Arua, the largest city in the sub-region. This location lies approximately , by road, northwest of Kampala, the capital of Uganda and the largest city in that country. The district lies on the southern bank of the White Nile, just before it flows into South Sudan. The coordinates of the district are:03 23N, 31 47E (Latitude:3.3845; Longitude:31.7820).
AHA executed its Early Epidemics Detection scheme in 2008 and successfully controlled the outbreak of Meningitis, Ebola and Cholera in the Adjumani District of Uganda as well as reducing the child and maternal mortality rates. 2008 marked a successful year in terms of access, proximity, consultation, drug availability and referral and paramedic services to refugees and communities in Uganda.