Synonyms for mwinilunga or Related words with mwinilunga
Examples of "mwinilunga"
District is a district of Zambia, located in North-Western Province. The capital lies at
. As of the 2000 Zambian Census, the district had a population of 117,505 people.
The town in a few kilometers from Zambia. It is located on the road between Luan, the capital of Moxico Province and
Forest Fruits Ltd. has been operating in
since 1997, successfully working with over 5000 beekeepers in the region to export organic honey to the European market.
There is much work investigating the possibility of nearby copper and uranium deposits. Such mines already exist in various location along the highway between Solwezi and
Chief Kanongesha is a Senior Chieftainship of the Kanongesha-Lunda people in the North-Western Province of Zambia, based about west of the district headquarters,
The Sakeji School is a school near Kalene Hill in the remote Ikelenge District of northwest Zambia just north of
The Sakeji School, a primary boarding school in the
District overlooks the Sakeji River, which provides hydroelectric power and is used for recreation by the children.
Tsitana wallacei, Wallace's sylph, is a butterfly of the Hesperiidae family. It is found in Africa, including the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Shaba), the
area of north-western Zambia and the Katavi National Park in western Tanzania.
is a town in the North-Western Province of Zambia and headquarters of a district of that name. It lies on the West Lunga River, not far from the borders with the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Angola.
lies south east of the rainforest Nchila Wildlife Reserve, known for its sable antelope and other large mammals, Luakela Forest Reserve and the Chitunta Plain, known for its birdlife and as the source of the Zambezi River.
Zengamina is a small hydroelectric power generation plant near Kalene Hill,
District in northwestern Zambia. It was built between 2004 and 2008 at a cost of about $3 million, or $4,285 per kilowatt of power.
Secondary School is the largest school to date in town. Government and Community Schools pepper the rural area surrounding the boma and provide education for children grades 1 to 12.
The Sakeji River is a tributary of the Zambezi. The river rises to the south of Kalene Hill in
District, Zambia. It flows northward to join the upper reaches of the Zambezi from the left.
According to Kalusa, “European practitioners of medicine envisaged that vernacular translations [of medical terms] would be drained of ‘pagan’ connotations and loaded with Western notions of medicine and disease.” In the case of
, we see the western assumption that “universal truths” of sickness and disease would reveal themselves through the implementation of western means of healing. Such perspectives, however, dismiss the possibility of different understandings of illness and health. In
, local people attributed supernatural properties to Western medicine, much to the chagrin of missionaries to the area.
The Kanongesha-Lunda (also called the "Western Lunda") are an ethnic group living mainly in the North-Western Province of Zambia under Senior Chief Kanongesha, around the provincial capital
. The Lunda people of North-Western Province consists of Kanongesha Lunda and Ishindi Lunda.
Although the Catholics closed their premier school, St. Kizito, in the 1970s and all the other former missionary schools in
are now run by the government, the Plymouth Brethren continue to support the Sakeji School, one of the best in the district.
The Kabompo Ferry is on the main north-south gravel road in western Zambia, from Lukulu, Kaoma and Mongu in Western Province to Kabompo, Zambezi town and
in North-Western Province. If the ferry is not operating the only alternative to reach the other bank is a detour of about 900 km via Kasempa in the east.
Lumwana is a mining town located in Zambia's Solwezi District, North-Western Province. It is located approximately , by road, west of Solwezi and about , by road, east of
along the T5 Highway. This location lies approximately , by road, northwest of Lusaka, the capital of Zambia and the largest city in that country.
Walima Kalusa writes about medical missions in colonial
, Zambia, and illustrates the difficulties that western missionaries had in achieving their goals of transforming the moral understanding of Africans. Kalusa highlights missionaries’ dependence on the linguistic knowledge of Zambian medical auxiliaries as preventing such transformation.
The river rises in a black marshy dambo in dense undulating miombo woodland north of
and south of Ikelenge in the Ikelenge District of North-Western Province, Zambia at about above sea level. The area around the source is a national monument, forest reserve and Important Bird Area.
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