Synonyms for kasungu or Related words with kasungu

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Examples of "kasungu"
Kasungu is approximately north-west of the capital of Malawi, Lilongwe, and is east of Kasungu National Park. The main industry in Kasungu is tobacco-growing.
Kasungu is a town in the Kasungu District of the Central Region of Malawi. The population of Kasungu is estimated to be 59,696 as of 2008.
The land in Kasungu lacks nutrients and water, and is mostly "sand veld"; the Kasungu area is suffering from depleted forests. A tribal chief stated in 2004 that over 250,000 people in Kasungu own no land. Tobacco is the only cash crop grown in Kasungu district, and the area has been described as a "tobacco heartland" by Xinhua News Agency. The opening of Kasungu National Park in 1970 has increased tourism in the area. Due to their poverty, most residents of Kasungu live in houses made of hand-made dung bricks, covered by roofs of straw or corrugated iron. According to AllAfrica, Kasungu is a "child labour hotspot."
Kasungu is a "stronghold" of the Malawi Congress Party. The Member of the Malawian Parliament for Kasungu Central is Carrington Jimu. The MP for Kasungu North North West is Rodger Sithole, and the MP for Kasungu North West is Gerald Jere.
Kaluluma School in Kasungu has formed a relationship with Greenford High School, Southall, England. A church in Kasungu also formed a relationship with two churches near Peterborough, England in 2001. Parishioners from the two churches have travelled to Kasungu several times and have built a new church and a fish farm. In February 2008, the church group built a maize mill in Kasungu.
Kasungu Airport is an airport serving Kasungu, a town in the Central Region of the Republic of Malawi.
Kasungu National Park is a national park in Malawi. It is located west of Kasungu, about 175 km north of Lilongwe, extending along the Zambian border.
Kasungu is also the home to the inventor William Kamkwamba.
There are guesthouses, bars, restaurants, and four petrol stations in Kasungu; according to "Lonely Planet", there are "no major attractions" in Kasungu. Kasungu National Park is an hour's drive to the west, and Kamuzu Academy is 25 minutes by road to the east.
Kasungu is served by buses and minibuses that travel to Lilongwe and Mzuzu. In June 2008, Central East Africa Railways announced plans to extend the rail line from Lilongwe to Kasungu.
There are nine National Assembly constituencies in Kasungu:
Kasungu is a district in the Central Region of Malawi. The capital is Kasungu. The district covers an area of 7,878 km², borders Zambia and has a population of 480,659.
There are regular bus services from Lilongwe to Blantyre, Zomba, Kasungu and Mzuzu.
A farm close to Kasungu was the birthplace of the first President of Malawi, Hastings Banda.
He is sponsor of the Ken Kandodo Trophy, which presents awards to soccer and netball teams in and around Kasungu.
The tourist industry promotes Malawi's national parks including Nyika National Park, Kasungu National Park, and Liwonde National Park.
in the May 2009 elections she was elected MP for Kasungu West Constituency on the Democratic Progressive Party platform.
In Kasungu District you can cross the border into Zambia and take the legendary "100 miles of rough road" to South Luangwa National Park in Zambia. If you survive the road, this is one of the great animal parks of southern Africa. Kasungu was the home to Malawi's first president, Dr. Hastings Kamuzu Banda.
Kasungu has a police station. The town is also home to a 179-bed government-funded district hospital. The hospital is often overcrowded, and suffers from a lack of nurses and anti-retroviral drugs. The hospital's 13-bed paediatric department can receive over 100 patients, leaving some patients on the floor. UNICEF-Hamburg has sent over US$6000 to train care-workers in Kasungu.
Of the 27 districts in Malawi, 9 are located within the Central Region They are: Dedza, Dowa, Kasungu, Lilongwe, Mchinji, Nkhotakota, Ntcheu, Ntchisi, and Salima.