Synonyms for kyenjojo or Related words with kyenjojo

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Examples of "kyenjojo"
Kyenjojo General Hospital, also Kyenjojo District Hospital, or Kyenjojo Government Hospital, is a hospital in the Western Region of Uganda.
The Kyenjojo–Kabwoya Road, in the Western Region of Uganda, connects the town of Kyenjojo in Kyenjojo District with Kabwoya in Hoima District. The road is part of the Kyenjojo–Hoima–Masindi–Kigumba road corridor.
Kyenjojo District is a district in the Western Region of Uganda. Kyenjojo town is the site of the district headquarters.
The hospital is off of the Mubende-Kyegegwa-Kyenjojo-Fort Portal Road, in the town of Kyenjojo in Kyenjojo District, approximately , by road, east of Fort Portal Regional Referral Hospital. This is about west of Mubende Regional Referral Hospital. The coordinates of Kyenjojo Hospital are 0°37'01.0"N, 30°38'15.0"E (Latitude:0.616942; Longitude:30.637493).
The Mubende–Kyegegwa–Kyenjojo–Fort Portal Road, also Mubende–Fort Portal Road is a road in the Central and Western Regions of Uganda, connecting the towns of Mubende, in Mubende District, Kyegegwa in Kyegegwa District, Kyenjojo in Kyenjojo District and Fort Portal in Kabarole District.
Kyenjojo is a town in the Western Region of Uganda. It is the main municipal, administrative, and commercial center of Kyenjojo District and the site of the district headquarters.
The road starts at Mubende and travels westwards through Kyegegwa, and Kyenjojo, to end at Fort Portal, a distance of about . The coordinates of the road, near Kyenjojo, are 0°36'21.0"N, 30°39'41.0"E (Latitude:0.605836; Longitude:30.661390).
(a) Kabarole District (b) Kamwenge District (c) Kyegegwa District and (d) Kyenjojo District.
Rugumayo was born in Kyenjojo District, then known as "Mwenge County", on 18 December 1934.
The Kigumba–Masindi–Hoima–Kabwoya Road joins the Kyenjojo–Kabwoya Road in the middle of Kabwoya.
Kyenjojo District is bordered by Kibale District to the north, Kyegegwa District to the east, Kamwenge District to the south, and Kabarole District to the west. The district headquarters at Kyenjojo are approximately , by road, west of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city. The coordinates of the district are 00 37N, 30 37E.
Kyenjojo District was created in 2000. It is divided into two counties: Mwenge North and Mwenge South. Kyenjojo means: "the place where elephants live"; it is derived from the Rutooro word "enjojo", (elephant)(s). Like in most Ugandan Bantu languages, "Mwenge" means "banana beer". Mwenge county is famous for its banana beer production.
Prior to attaining hospital status, Kyenjojo General Hospital was "Kyenjojo Health Centre IV", the largest government health care facility in the district. The hospital attends to the general population but sees a fair number of obstetric complications, and a significant number of road accident victims. The hospital is on the list of general hospitals earmarked for renovation and expansion.
Rwamwanja Secondary School is located on Kyenjojo-Kahunge road 9 km from Kahunge trading centre located on the Kamwenge-Fortportal road.
Kyenjojo is at the intersection of two major highways. The Kyenjojo-Hoima highway makes a T-junction with the Fort Portal-Mubende highway in the middle of town. The town is approximately , by road, east of Fort Portal, the largest town in the Toro sub-region. This is approximately , by road, west of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city. The coordinates of the town are 0°36'36.0"N, 30°38'39.0"E (Latitude:0.6100; Longitude:30.6442).
Kyegegwa District was created by Act of the Ugandan Parliament, on 1 July 2009. Prior to that the district was part of Kyenjojo District. Kyegegwa District is part of Toro sub-region, which is coterminous with Toro Kingdom. The districts that constitute the sub-region include: (a) Kabarole District (b) Kamwenge District (c) Kyegegwa District and (d) Kyenjojo District. According to the 2002 national census, the sub-region was home to an estimated one million people at that time.
He was born in Kyenjojo District on 19 September 1956. He attended "Kyenjojo Primary School". He transferred to Nyakasura School in Fort Portal, for both his O-Level and A-Level studies. Aston Kajara studied Law at Makerere University, Uganda's oldest university, earning the degree of Bachelor of Laws (LLB). He also holds the Diploma in Legal Practice, from the Law Development Center, in Kampala, Uganda's capital city.
Mwenge is a county of the Kyenjojo district in Uganda. It makes up the western half of the district. It contains twelve sub-counties and four town councils, namely:
The road starts at Kyenjojo, east of Fort Portal on the Mubende–Kyegegwa–Kyenjojo–Fort Portal Road, and continues north through Kagadi in Kibaale District, to end in Kabwoya in Hoima District, a distance of approximately . The road connects traffic from Rwanda, Burundi, and southwestern Uganda that is destined for the oil-rich Albertine graben, directly with the Ugandan oil capital of Hoima and with a link to South Sudan via the Kigumba–Masindi–Hoima–Kabwoya Road. The coordinates of the road near Kagadi are 0°56'19.0"N, 30°48'32.0"E (Latitude:0.9386; Longitude:30.8089).
the following administrative districts constitute the Tooro Kingdom: (a) Kabarole District (b) Kamwenge District (c) Kyegegwa District and (d) Kyenjojo District. Those four districts had a combined total population of about 1 million people, according to the 2002 national population census.