Synonyms for bukoba or Related words with bukoba

mwanza              kigoma              mpanda              mbeya              masasi              songea              mtwara              morogoro              dodoma              mpika              iringa              musoma              mpulungu              tabora              solwezi              sumbawanga              kitale              kagera              chipata              shinyanga              otjiwarongo              aketi              gobabis              manyara              serenje              masaka              kasese              bagamoyo              francistown              tunduru              monze              kibaha              lushoto              korogwe              mchinji              isiro              lilongwe              keetmanshoop              karonga              mwinilunga              mbinga              masindi              katima              kisumu              marsabit              uvira              singida              geita              ruvuma              rundu             

Examples of "bukoba"
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Bukoba () is a diocese located in Bukoba in the Ecclesiastical province of Mwanza in Tanzania.
Bukoba Urban District is one of the eight districts of the Kagera Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to east by Lake Victoria and to the west by Bukoba Rural District. Its administrative seat is the town of Bukoba.
MV "Bukoba" was a Lake Victoria ferry that carried passengers and cargo between the Tanzanian ports of Bukoba and Mwanza. "Bukoba" was built in about 1979 and had capacity for 850 tons of cargo and 430 passengers.
On 21 May 1996, MV "Bukoba" capsized while travelling from Bukoba to Mwanza due to overloading. At least 723 people died.
In June 1915 Sweens was in the entrance of the church of Bukoba when the British fired a shell at the roof during a raid on Bukoba,
Bukoba Airport is an airport in northwestern Tanzania serving the town of Bukoba and the surrounding Kagera Region. It is adjacent to Lake Victoria.
Kashozi was located near the new German town of Bukoba.
Bukoba Rural District is one of the eight districts of the Kagera Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the north by Missenyi District, to the east by Lake Victoria and Bukoba Urban District, to the south by Muleba District and to the west by Karagwe District. Its administrative seat is Bukoba town.
Bukoba is a town in northwest Tanzania on the western shore of Lake Victoria. It is the capital of the Kagera region, and the administrative seat for Bukoba Urban District. Population estimate: 100,000. The city is served by Bukoba Airport and regular ferry connections to Mwanza, as well as ground transport to Uganda's Rakai District.
Jambo Bukoba (Swahili, in English: "Hello Bukoba") is a charity in Germany. It has 350 members. Since 2008 it uses sport and games to improve education, health and equal opportunity for children and adolescents in Tanzania.
Hirth moved to Rubya, where he had founded a seminary, and was personally involved in training future priests for Bukoba and Rwanda. By 1906 he had five mission posts in the Bukoba region and three in the Mwanza region.
Bukoba is represented in the Tanzanian Premier League by football club Kagera Sugar. It is the home to several charities - including SHARE in Africa and Jambo Bukoba. Both are focused on the educational sector.
9. Church of the Holy Spirit Buhaya, Mission Butainamwa, Kianja, S.L.P. 263, Bukoba, Tanzania
The Diocese of Bukoba may refer to two Roman Catholic Dioceses in Tanzania:
According to the 2012 Tanzania National Census, the population of Bukoba Urban District was 128,796.
British forces occupied Bukoba in June 1916 and Mwanza in July 1916.
The Bukoba non-directional beacon (Ident: BK) is located on the field.
On 27 January 1992 he was ordained vicar Bishop of Bukoba.
Josiah Kibira University College (JoKUCo) is a constituent college of Tumaini University Makumira in Bukoba, Tanzania.
The town is located approximately , by road, northwest of Bukoba, the regional capital.