Synonyms for kasulu or Related words with kasulu

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Examples of "kasulu"
The town of Kasulu is coterminous with "Kasulu Mjini Ward", one of the 30 wards in Kasulu District. The town is also the location of the headquarters of Kasulu District Administration. Small and medium enterprise businesses (SMEs), predominate in the town. Rural subsistence agriculture is practiced in the surrounding countryside, the main crop being maize. Livestock, mainly cattle is also raised in Kasulu District.
Kasulu is located in northwestern Tanzania, near the International border with the Republic of Burundi. The town lies in "Kasulu Mjini Ward", in Kasulu District, Kigoma Region. It is located approximately , by road, northeast of Kigoma, the location of the regional headquarters. Kasulu lies approximately , by road, northwest of Dodoma, the capital of Tanzania. The coordinates of the town of Kasulu are:4° 34' 48.00"S, 30° 6' 0.00"E (Latitude:4.5800; Longitude:30.1000).
You can get to Kabanga travelling first to the city of Kigoma by airplane or railway from Dar es Salaam. Then by road, driving 90 km from Kigoma to Kasulu and 7 km more from Kasulu to Kabanga village.
Buhigwe District is one of the eight districts of the Kigoma Region of Tanzania. It is one of the 20 new districts that were formed in Tanzania since 2010; it was split off from Kasulu Rural District. Buhigwe District is bordered to the north by Burundi, to the east by Kasulu Rural District and Kasulu Urban District, and to the west by Kigoma Rural District. Its administrative seat is the town of Buhigwe.
According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Kasulu District was 628,677.
Kasulu District is predominantly occupied by the "Waha" ethnic group. As per United Republic of Tanzania, 2002 Population and Housing Census, Kasulu population is 628,677 (299,506 males and 329,171 females) with a total of 85,572 households; an average family size is 7.3; it comprises 90 villages in 30 wards. , Kasulu district was hosting two refugee camps namely Mtabila (for Burundians with 37,670 individuals) and Nyarugusu (for Congolese..Congo DRC with 62,440 individuals) The Mtabila camp has been ordered to be closed.
Main economic activity is subsistence farming and small and medium scale businesses especially in Kasulu town. There are a few "Wasukuma" ethnic group pastoralists who come into Kasulu with flocks of cattle in search of pastures. They normally purchase pieces of land for settlement for them and their cattle.
Agripina Zaituni Buyogera (born 16 August 1966) is a Tanzanian NCCR–Mageuzi politician and Member of Parliament for Kasulu Rural constituency since 2010.
At this time the human population of Kasulu, Tanzania is not publicly known. , the population of the town was estimated at 19,324.
, Kasulu District was administratively divided into thirty wards: However, administrative changes in 2012, removed some of the wards, for example Buhigwe.
Moses Joseph Machali (born 9 August 1981) is a Tanzanian NCCR–Mageuzi politician and Member of Parliament for Kasulu Town constituency since 2010.
The population of Kasulu district as per national census is 85,810 households with 626,742 people (328,448 females and 298,294 males); and the main natural resources in Kasulu district are land, water (rivers), and forests; land is mainly used for peasantry farming, and there is small scale irrigation in the river valleys i.e. vegetable cultivation. The native ethnic group isn't “Waha” which is dominant, whereas the “Wasukuma” ethnic group away from Mwanza and Shinyanga regions is the minority. Generally, away from Kasulu district, land is not limited – there is big uncultivated land and adequate water sources; districts at nearby regions land is not limited as well, but it is comparatively less fertile; it receives inadequate and unreliable rainfall, and there are limited water sources.
Kibondo District is one of the four districts of the Kigoma Region of Tanzania, East Africa. It is bordered to the north by the Kagera Region, to the east by the Shinyanga Region and Tabora Region, to the south by the Kigoma Urban District, to the west by the Kasulu District and to the northwest by Burundi.
The site attracts a number of bird species both Waterfowl species and land birds seen around the fish ponds and at the edges of the site. The centre undertakes research on 300 fish species that are extinct as well as the threatened ones like the riverine Ningu (Labeo victorianus), Kisinja (Barbus spp), Nkolongo (Synodontis spp) and Kasulu (Mormyrids).
Kasulu District is one of the six districts of the Kigoma Region of Tanzania, East Africa. It is bordered to the north by Burundi, to the east by Kibondo District, to the south by Uvinza District, to the west by Kigoma District and to the northwest by Buhigwe District.
Tunduma is a border town between Tanzania and Zambia. It lies in Tanzania, in the Mbeya Region. It has border posts for both the Tanzam Highway and the TAZARA railway (for which it has a station) linking the two countries. It is 113 km south-west of Mbeya. It is also the junction for the dirt road which runs via Sumbawanga through the remote far western districts of Tanzania to Kasulu and Kibondo in the north-west. According to a 2002 census, it has 34,461 inhabitants.
The camp is located in Makere zone of Kasulu District in the Kigoma region of western Tanzania and hosts approximately 54,000 refugees. The UNHCR, Tanzania Water and Environmental Sanitation (TWESA), World Vision, and the Tanzanian government provide residents with basic living facilities. However, post-primary and vocational education is not provided. Local refugees have taken it upon themselves to provide auxiliary educational training for their youth and have established several schools within the area. NECH is one such school, which was founded by refugees on July 3, 2003. It operates though aid from humanitarian organizations, participation fees, and member contributions. Mr. Bilombele Asukulu, who is also coordinator of the Nyarugusu refugee camp, currently runs NECH. Under Asukulu’s direction, NECH’s twenty-one volunteers carry out the following educational services for its 154 students:
In 1986 the Universal House of Justice asked several African countries to develop audio-visual Mobile Teaching Institutes including Tanzania. The community also hosted a public meeting for the International Year of Peace at Dar es Salaam on November 29, 1986 called "Perspectives on Peace". In 1987 the sixth National Youth Conference in Kenya drew attendees from Tanzania among other places. In September 1987, the national assembly met with various institutions to plan two campaigns - one in the Kasulu district of the Kigoma region on Lake Tanganyika and the other in the Morogoro region in central Tanzania which including a traveling youth choir and slide show. By July 1988 several new local assemblies and Bahá'ís resulted. Back in June a Tanzanian national youth conference was hosted at the Ruaha Secondary School. A May 1989 campaign took place in the Same District aimed particularly at public school teachers.
Conflicts regarding natural resource use in Kasulu district have been resolved amicably through the systems in place, such as police and game reserve guards that cooperate with the community; leadership chain i.e. from Ten Cell Leader to the District Commissioner; Experts – there are Village Extension Agents, teachers, famous people, and others at village level who also contribute to the protection of natural resources and conflict resolution and; there are also scheduled conflict resolution meetings and ward tribunal councils aiming at discussing and resolving issues related to the natural resource use since they are not violent. Hence, further and sustainable measures should be done to stop those conflicts from growing from non violent to violent stage.