Synonyms for masindi or Related words with masindi

hoima              kasese              masaka              bushenyi              iganga              mpigi              mukono              kayunga              moroto              rukungiri              mubende              wakiso              soroti              nebbi              kisoro              ntungamo              kiryandongo              mbale              mityana              kyenjojo              kitgum              kamwenge              ntoroko              mbarara              kaberamaido              lyantonde              nsanje              vurra              kiboga              bugiri              isiolo              buikwe              nakaseke              kotido              kibaale              kapchorwa              kabarole              koboko              kamuli              ishaka              adjumani              tonkolili              ibanda              gulu              nakasongola              kabale              arua              katakwi              tororo              kalangala             

Examples of "masindi"
Masindi Hotel is a hotel in Masindi, the district headquarters of Masindi District, in western Uganda.
Masindi General Hospital, also Masindi Government Hospital or Masindi Hospital, is a hospital in the Western Region of Uganda.
Kigumba–Masindi–Hoima–Kabwoya Road is a road in the Western Region of Uganda, connecting the towns of Kigumba in Kiryandongo District, Masindi in Masindi District, and Hoima and Kabwoya in Hoima District.
Masindi Airport is in the Kyema suburb of the town of Masindi, Masindi District, Bunyoro sub-region, in the Western Region. It is approximately , by air, north-west of Entebbe International Airport, the country's largest civilian and military airport.
Yabezi Kiiza died from complications of diabetes and hypertension at Masindi Kitara Medical Centre in Masindi on 1 August 2016, at the age of 78.
Masindi District is a district in Western Uganda. Like many other Ugandan districts, it is named after its 'chief town' of Masindi, the location of the district headquarters.
Masindi Hotel was built in 1923 by the now defunct East Africa Railways and Harbours Company. It is Uganda’s oldest hotel. Masindi was a transit point for many goods and produce from the Northern Congo and Southern Sudan destined for export to European markets in the early 20th century. Cargo was shipped across Lake Albert, trucked from Butiaba up to Masindi Customs Sheds. From Masindi, goods were trucked on to Masindi Port on to Lake Kyoga where it was shipped down to Soroti and then by railway to Mombasa. Ernest Hemingway was involved in two plane crashes at Murchison Falls and Butiaba airstrip, within the space of one week. Hemingway recovered at Masindi Hotel. Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn stayed at Masindi Hotel whilst filming The African Queen at Masindi Port.
The following points of interest are found in Masindi District:
The hospital is located in the town of Masindi, in Masindi District, in Bunyoro sub-region, about , by road, northeast of Hoima Regional Referral Hospital. The coordinates of Masindi General Hospital are:01°41'07.0"N, 31°42'48.0"E (Latitude:1.685282; Longitude:31.713337).
Masindi is approximately northwest of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city, on an all-weather tarmac highway. The coordinates of Masindi are 1°41'01.0"N, 31°43'20.0"E (Latitude:1.683611; Longitude:31.722222).
Masindi is a town in the Western Region of Uganda. It is on the road between Kampala and the Murchison Falls National Park. It is the site of the headquarters of the Masindi District.
The hotel is located in the town of Masindi, approximately northwest of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city, on an all-weather tarmac highway. The coordinates of Masindi Hotel are:01 41 26N, 31 42 43E (Latitude:1.6906; 31.7120).
In the swamp near Kitoma, River Nkusi makes confluence with River Kafu. However, River Kafu flows out of the swamp in a northeasterly direction and finally empties into the Victoria Nile, near the town of Masindi Port, in Masindi District.
In 2009, the Uganda Bureau of Statistics estimated the population of Masindi Port at about 10,400.
The Kigumba–Masindi–Hoima–Kabwoya Road joins the Kyenjojo–Kabwoya Road in the middle of Kabwoya.
Beginning in 1994, he is the Managing Director of "Ernest Publishers Limited", a family owned business in Masindi. Since 1998, he serves as the Chairman of "Bunyoro Development Foundation". From 2002 until 2004, he served as the Speaker of Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom. He also serves as the Managing Director of "Bunyoro Broadcasting Service", a radio station in Masindi, from 2001 until now. Since 2010, he serves as the Chairman of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) in Masindi Municipality. He also serves as the Chairman of Masindi Kitara Diocese Pillars Association, since 2011. In 2011, he successfully contested for the parliamentary seat of Masindi Municipality in the 9th Ugandan Parliament, running on the NRM political party ticket. He won and is the incumbent Member of Parliament. On 15 August 2012, he was appointed State Minister for Bunyoro Affairs, in the Office of the Prime Minister.
LAP has branches in Kabarole, Kabale, Masindi, Jinja, Gulu, Arua, Soroti, Mbarara and its head office in Kampala.
The Masindi non-directional beacon (ident: MS) is within the town, approximately south of the Runway 01 threshold.
After independence Masindi Hotel was taken over by the Government, and it was a part of the Uganda Hotels chain for nearly 30 years. In the year 2000 Masindi Hotel was privatized and has undergone major renovations. The hotels has a restaurant, the Kabalega Restaurant, a bar, the Hemingway Bar and both land-line and wireless Internet connections.
The source of River Kafu is located near Kitoma, with coordinates: Latitude:1.1500; Longitude:31.0820. River Kafu enters the Victoria Nile near Masindi Port, with coordinates: Latitude:1.6475; Longitude:32.0945. On its course eastwards, northeastwards and northwards, the river traverses or forms the borders of the following districts : Kibaale District, Hoima District, Kyankwanzi District, Nakaseke District, Nakasongola District and Masindi District.