Synonyms for eenhana or Related words with eenhana

rundu              gobabis              oshakati              otjiwarongo              mkushi              ondangwa              keetmanshoop              outapi              serowe              grootfontein              omaruru              chipinge              mariental              molepolole              kisoro              ongwediva              kitale              marondera              okahandja              mahalapye              oshikango              mpika              mbeya              palapye              mulilo              mukono              mongu              ruiru              kweneng              okahao              lodwar              modimolle              outjo              karasburg              opuwo              mwinilunga              nyeri              bungoma              dagoretti              ghanzi              katima              nkayi              katutura              isoka              francistown              mchinji              rusape              kibwezi              rukungiri              karibib             



Examples of "eenhana"
Eenhana Airport is an airport serving Eenhana, in the Ohangwena Region of Namibia.
Eenhana is a constituency in the Ohangwena Region of Namibia, on the border to Angola. It has 24,193 inhabitants, the district centre is the town of Eenhana.
The name of the Eenhana comes from the word calves in Oshikwanyama and is a reference to the calves that used to water at the small water pan where Eenhana is now located.
The Eenhana mission station was founded by the nurse Linda Helenius in 1936. Eenhana thus became the centre of medical care in Eastern Oukwanyama for several decades. Teacher Suoma Hirvonen soon joined Helenius on this new mission station.
Eenhana is the home to six schools, three primary, one special school and two secondary:
Eenhana is governed by a town council that has seven seats.
In 1932, Hamutenya built a church in Eenhana, but the same year he died, after a short illness.
Eenhana is the location of at least five mass graves of People's Liberation Army of Namibia (PLAN) guerrillas killed by South African forces during the Namibian War of Independence. In 2008 the government built the Eenhana Memorial Shrine for those people which is situated on the northern part of the town.
Okongo is a village in the Ohangwena Region of northern Namibia, situated about east of Eenhana. It is the district capital of Okongo Constituency.
In 1936, Eenhana became a mission station of the Finnish Missionary Society, as nurse Linda Helenius moved there and started a clinic.
Eenhana is however connected to one of the prominent tourism route; the extension of the Trans-Caprivi Highway which passes through the town connecting Eenhana to Rundu, Katima Mulilo and Victoria Falls/Livingstone in the east and to Ruacana and Epupa falls on the west via Okalongo Outapi road. Other attractions include the Oukwanyama Kingdom and King Mandume Museum at Omhedi, a Community Conservancy at Omauni in the Okongo District as well as the Ondeshifiilwa Memorial site.
Okambonde is a village in the northern part of Namibia. It is situated just east of Oniipa and is one of the villages used as entrance into some Uukwanyama villages such as Oshaango, Onamukulo, Okongo, and Eenhana.
Eenhana is situated in a subtropical forest. It is connected to the road network and has a well-developed infrastructure. Due to the proximity of Angola, many businesses are situated here. The town hosts a trade fair every year.
Haimbili Haufiku Senior Secondary School is a school at east of Eenhana town in the Ohangwena Region of Namibia. It was established in 1988. Dineinge J. Sheya is the principal of the school.
Eenhana (IPA: []) is the capital town of the Ohangwena Region, northern Namibia, on the border with Angola. It also used to be a mission station of the Finnish Missionary Society.
Mumbwenge Combined School is a school in the village of Ombalamumbwenge in the Oshikoto Region of northern Namibia. It is situated from Oshigambo along the road between Eenhana and Ondangwa.
It is 30 km from Eenhana, approximately 45 km, driving west of Oshikango and about 25 km from the Angolan-Namibia border. The village falls under the Uukwanyama Traditional Authority in Etomba. Constituency councillor is Mandume Pohamba (SWAPO) since 2004.
On 28 June, PLAN insurgents entered South West Africa damaging a bridge between Epali and Ondangwa, sabotaging telephone poles, mortaring the Eenhana SADF base and a bomb was detonated at the Ongwediva Teachers Training College
In 1932, Hamutenya built a church in Eenhana, but he died the same year after a short illness. "If I can only die working for the Lord, the rest does not matter", were words that Hamutenya said before his death.
Governor Maurus Nekaro became ill after attending the Mandume Day ceremony held at the Omhedi Palace in the Ohangwena Region, Namibia, on March 2, 2013. He was discovered unresponsive at the Monte Carlos Bed & Breakfast in Eenhana, where he was staying. He was driven to an Eenhana District Hospital by his driver, where he was pronounced dead early on March 4, 2013, at the age of 58. An autopsy conducted at Oshakati State Hospital preliminarily determined that he died from chronic high blood pressure. He was survived by his wife and seven children.