Synonyms for kaloleni or Related words with kaloleni

ruiru              kwale              mariakani              migori              mjini              kitale              mandera              msambweni              mkushi              isiolo              korogwe              garsen              kimilili              londiani              narok              makadara              siaya              vihiga              nyando              bungoma              adjumani              nyahururu              kaskazini              lushoto              laikipia              kilosa              mbinga              limuru              kitui              mutomo              mpanda              kangundo              njoro              wajir              ludewa              magharibi              mbeya              kahawa              makueni              kisii              butere              koboko              taveta              pwani              pallisa              elburgon              mwingi              gilgil              kinondoni              kasulu             

Examples of "kaloleni"
Kaloleni Junior academy in Kaloleni is a private primary schools, with both day and boarding pupils.
Kaloleni is in one of Kenya's poorest communities. Over half of the students at Kaloleni Primary School are orphans, in many cases because their parents died of AIDS.
The Mariakani–Kaloleni–Mavueni Road is a road in Kenya, connecting the towns of Mariakani to Kaloleni and Mavueni, all in Kilifi County, Kenya.
While Kaloleni Division was recently split into two districts:
Kaloleni is a settlement in Kilifi County of Kenya.
In July 2011 the Kaloleni area was again experiencing a severe food shortage.
The Mariakani–Kaloleni–Mavueni Road ends here, approximately , northeast of Mariakani.
Mariakani (Kilifi county side) hosts a town council with a population of 67,984, of whom 10,987 are classified urban (1999 census ). The town council consists of five wards: Kaliangombe, Kawala, Mariakani, Mugumo-wa-Patsa, Tsangatsini. All of them are located within Kaloleni Constituency. Central Mariakani is located in Mariakani location of Kaloleni division of Kilifi district.
In the 2013 elections the party nominated 15 candidates; it saw its vote share fall to 0.16%, but again won a single seat; Mwinga Gunga Chea in Kaloleni.
private pre unit /primary school.(THE BRIDGE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL)also is found in kaloleni its a day school in the centre of the town.
Kaloleni Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of seven constituencies in Kilifi County. The constituency was established for the 1988 elections.
Kaloleni is an administrative ward in the Arusha District of the Arusha Region of Tanzania. According to the 2002 census, the ward has a total population of 11,651.
Ngala was born in 1922 at Gotani in Giriama country. In 1929 the family moved to Vishakani near Kaloleni, which was to be Ngala's home for the rest of his life.
Kaloleni near Ngelani, is famous for "water flowing against gravity". It is located on Kituluni Hill, a famous spot known as Kya Mwilu to the east of Machakos town.
The road starts at Mariakani, on the Nairobi–Mombasa Highway, approximately northwest of Mombasa. From Mariakani, the road takes a northeasterly direction through Kaloleni, to end at Mavueni, a total distance of approximately .
Mariakani is a town lying on the boundary of Kaloleni and Kinango districts (formerly Kilifi and Kwale respectively), Coast Province of Kenya, 36 kilometres northwest of the port city of Mombasa.
In March 2011 the U.S. Ambassador to Kenya announced support for a project to help conserve the Kaya Forest in Kaloleni District. UNESCO declared the forest a World Heritage Site in 2010.
Beginning circa 2006, the government of Kenya, through Kenya National Highway Authority began upgrading this road from bitumen surface to class II bitumen with shoulders, culverts and drainage channels. Sometime prior to February 2016, the Mariakani to Kaloleni section was upgraded to bitumen surface. The ongoing upgrade of the Kaloleni to Mavueni section, is expected to conclude later in 2016. Work is contracted to "MuljiDevraj & Brothers Limited" at a contract price of KSh 2.3 billion (approx. US$231 million), fully funded by the Kenyan government. *
As of 2010 St. Luke’s MISSION hospital in Kaloleni had been operational for about two years, providing basic care for a population of 400,000 in the region. Malnutrition is a major cause of infant death, often through ignorance of very young mothers.
In 1987, Keah vied won the Kaloleni Parliamentary seat on a KANU ticket. He successfully retained the seat in the 1992 and 1997 elections before losing it to Morris Dzoro during the 2002 elections. During his political life, Keah also served as an Assistant Minister in the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Lands and Settlement and the Ministry of Transport and Communication.