Synonyms for musoma or Related words with musoma

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Examples of "musoma"
Musoma Airport is an airport in northern Tanzania serving Musoma and the surrounding Mara Region.
Musoma Alliance Secondary School is a government secondary school situated in Musoma, Mara Region, Tanzania.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Musoma () is a diocese located in Musoma in the Ecclesiastical province of Mwanza in Tanzania.
Musoma is a city in Tanzania. It is the capital of Mara Region, one of the administrative Regions of Tanzania. It also serves as the administrative centre of Musoma Rural District and Musoma Urban District.
Tanzania's founding leader, President Julius Kambarage Nyerere and Tanzania's former Prime Minister, Joseph Sinde Warioba, both attended Mwisenge Middle School in Musoma. The politician and ambassador Paul Bomani was born in Musoma in 1925.
There are no paved roads connecting the district. Musoma town can be reached using unpaved regional road R188. Musoma Rural District is connected to Bunda Town by unpaved regional road R187.
Musoma Urban District is one of the seven districts of Mara Region of Tanzania. Its administrative centre is the town of Musoma. The district is bordered to the north by Lake Victoria and to the south by Butiama District.
The 2002 national census put the population of Musoma at 104,851. The
As of 2012, Musoma Rural District was administratively divided into 14 wards.
of the Abakurya people were living in Musoma district in the present Tanzania and were settled
The Musoma non-directional beacon (Ident: MU) is on the field.
Maryknollers arrived in Musoma in 1946 to work side by side with the White Fathers, in what was then Mwanza Diocese. When Musoma was made a Diocese in 1957, Maryknoller John Rudin (now deceased) was the first bishop. While primary evangelization has been the first priority of Maryknoll in Musoma, Maryknoll priests, brothers, sisters and lay missionaries have also built and worked in churches, dispensaries and schools from Bunda District and the Serengeti to the Kenya border. Now there are six Maryknoll priests and brothers in Musoma, just a fifth of what there used to be in the 1970s.
According to the 2012 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Musoma Urban District was 134,327.
Paved trunk road T17 connects Musoma Urban District with Butiama District.
According to the 2012 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Musoma Rural District was 178,356.
As of 2012, Musoma Urban District was administratively divided into 13 wards.
Musoma is home to the Wakiroba subtribe of the Kuria, and to the Kwaya subtribe that is closely related with Wajita, Waruri, Wasimbiti and Wakara. It is also home to the Wajita, Waruri,Wakara, all Kuria sub tribes (including the Wazanaki and Waikizu), and the Luo, among others. Over time, several ethnic groups from other parts of Tanzania and East Africa have chosen Musoma as their home. Altogether more than 12 ethnic groups live in Musoma.
Many people in Musoma are engaged in fishing Nile perch from the lake, or own and run small businesses, or are simply employed in the public sector or private sector (both formal and informal). Those living in Musoma Rural District are also Pastoralists, and many grow cotton as a cash crop. There are plans underway to construct a railway line from the port of Tanga on the Indian Ocean, through Arusha, around Serengeti National Park to Musoma. From Musoma, goods will be transferred to barges and transported over Lake Victoria, to Port Bell in Kampala. The project is a joint venture between the governments of Tanzania and Uganda and is expected to cost about US$1.9 billion. The city is also served by Musoma Airport.
The diocese comprises the districts of Bunda and Ukerewe and two parishes from the district of Musoma.
The Abakurya are found both in Kenya and Tanzania. In Kenya they live in Kurya East (headquartered in Kegonga) and Kurya West districts (headquartered in Kehancha). In Tanzania they live in Serengeti, Tarime, Musoma town, Musoma rural, Bunda and some parts of Mwanza districts. Mara as a province in Northern Tanzania has mostly been occupied by the Abakurya since recent times.