Synonyms for lushoto or Related words with lushoto

korogwe              mpanda              serenje              mkushi              ludewa              kilombero              njoro              pangani              sumbawanga              katavi              mbinga              kilosa              manyara              ngara              kaloleni              lukulu              mpika              awasa              isoka              kahawa              bagamoyo              jajarkot              garsen              singida              dedza              kitale              mwea              mbeya              mjini              iringa              kibaha              morogoro              gobabis              samfya              kasulu              mtwara              namanga              mongu              pwani              magharibi              ruiru              dolpa              kayonza              mikumi              marsabit              ntchisi              mikindani              narok              siavonga              bukoba             



Examples of "lushoto"
Institute of Judicial Administration in Lushoto, Tanzania.
Kivukoni Ideological College had eight zonal colleges, namely Zanzibar, Lushoto,
The Lushoto District is administratively divided into 32 wards:
According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Lushoto District was 419,970.
Sebastian Kolowa Memorial University (SEKOMU) is a private university in Lushoto, Tanzania.
A cable logging system exists in Lushoto District, whereby logs are transported from the Usambara Mountains downhill.
Shambala, also Kishambala, (ki)Sambaa, (ki)Shambaa is spoken by the Shambaa in the Usambara mountains in the Lushoto District and Muheza District, Tanga Region, of northern Tanzania. Some dialectal variation exists between the language as spoken in the area around Lushoto and the areas around Mlalo and Mtae, possibly also between the Shambaa of the Western Usambara Mountains and the Eastern Usambara Mountains.
Kitivo is a small village in Lushoto district in the Tanga Region of Tanzania. It is an exceedingly poor village and struggles to stay afloat.
Henry Daffa Shekifu (born 16 June 1946) is a Tanzanian CCM politician and Member of Parliament for Lushoto constituency since 2010.
Irente School for the Blind Girls was founded in 1963 by the Lutheran Church in the Usambara Mountains in Lushoto, Tanzania. It is a small residential/primary school. Subjects include craft training and agriculture.
Currently the radio frequency reach is Tanga, Zanzibar, North Pemba, Lushoto, Kichakani, Soni, Pangani, Mabokweni, Muheza, Tongoni, Korogwe, Pongwe, Handeni, Maramba, Manza Bau – Mkinga, Kibafuta, Vanga (Kenya) and Horohoro.
Alfred Shemweta (born February 19, 1970 in Lushoto, Tanzania) is a male long-distance runner who competed internationally for Sweden. He twice won the Stockholm Marathon during his career: 1999 and 2000. Shemweta set his personal best time of 2:14:52 in the men's marathon on June 12, 1999 as part of his winning run at the Stockholm Marathon.
There are still many places that attract visitors looking for experiences beyond developed tourist resorts. These include the trade town of Lushoto (German colonial era Wilhelmsthal), the once popular German resort Amani Nature Reserve and farm, and the Mazumbai University Forest, which is considered the last example of a pristine tropical forest in the East Usambaras.
The Soni Falls is a waterfall in the Usambara Mountains of northeastern Tanzania, near the village of Soni, to the northeast of Kitunda. The falls lie at the end of the Mkuzu River where it joins the Bangala River. The falls lie in the southern part of the West Usambaras Lushoto Mountain Reserve.
The range is accessible from the towns of Lushoto in the west, and Amani in the east. The Usambaras are commonly split into two sub-ranges, the West Usambara Mountains and the East Usambara Mountains. The East Usambara are closer to the coast, receive more rainfall, and are significantly smaller than the West Usambara.
Lushoto, known as Wilhelmstal during the German colonial rule, is one of the eight districts of Tanga Region in Tanzania. It is bordered to the northeast by Kenya, to the east by the Muheza District, to the northwest by the Kilimanjaro Region and to the south by the Korogwe District.
"Callulina kisiwamsitu" is endemic to the West Usambara Mountains in Tanzania. Much of this area has been deforested and this species is found in the remains of the forested area around Lushoto including the Mazumbai Forest Reserve, Ambangula Forest Reserve and Shume-Mugambo Forest Reserve. It is found climbing in trees and on the ground in damp forests with thick undergrowth.
At Soni Leader Stirling settled in and would work as a part-time visiting surgeon to two local hospitals: Lushoto Government Hospital and Bumbuli Church Hospital, in the latter he was also part-time professor at the Medical Assistant Training School.
Muheza is one of the eight districts of Tanga Region in Tanzania. It is bordered to the north by Kenya, to the east by the Tanga and the Indian Ocean, to the south by the Pangani District, and to the west by the Lushoto and Korogwe Districts.
Prem decides to rent out Veer's bungalow to a local slum dweller RGV — Raghuvandas Goverdhandas Vakawale, who has won a lottery, and collects an advance of Rs 250,000. However everything gets into a muddle when Dharam is stranded in the Goa Airport on his way to Lushoto and insists on catching up with his younger brother.