Synonyms for namanga or Related words with namanga
Examples of "namanga"
is a town divided by the Tanzania-Kenya border. It is in Longido District, Tanzania and Kajiado County, Kenya. It is around 110 kilometers from Arusha, Tanzania. Namanga's economy was heavily dependent on tourism until 2004 as tourists visiting the nearby Amboseli National Park passed through the town from Nairobi which is 183 kilometers from
. The town is surrounded by hills from both the Tanzanian side and Kenya. Mount Kilimanjaro can be viewed from
town which makes it a scenic place by tourists who lodge in
on their way to either Tanzania or Amboseli. The nearby Ol Doinyo Orok mountain, also known as
Hills is located northwest of
town. Namanga's longitude is S 2°32'39.8" and longitude E 36°47'20.2". The town has an urban population of approximately 10,000 while the rural population is approximately 5,500.
The organisation began in
, Kenya, in 2000, with nine members who had joined together with VIDES U.K. volunteers to organize a children's camp. The group now reaches out to many young people in Kenya, including in Dagoretti, Embu, Marsabit,and
the power line will cross into Tanzania and follow a southerly direction to Arusha, a distance of about from
. From Arusha the line will travel in a south-westerly direction for about to end at Singida. According to the African Development Bank, of the line are located in Kenya and are located in Tanzania, for total length of .
The Ol Doinyo Orok mountain (in maasai language), also called
Hills, is situated in southern Kenya next to the Tanzanian border in the
Division. The mountain has a stretched triangular shape, almost like an arrow pointing north. The short side faces the Tanzanian border (and one corner is actually crossing it). The highest peak is 2548 m.
Highways connect the city with other major towns such as Mombasa, Machakos, Voi, (A109), Kisumu, Nakuru, Eldoret,
Border Tanzania(A104) etc.
is a cosmopolitan town. Its population includes several tribes from all part of the country. Its main population is from the Maasai community who occupy most of the parts in
. The Kikuyu communities are second in majority. This was catalyzed by the intermarriage between the Maasai and the Kikuyu. The rest of the population is occupied by other ethnicity groups which include the Kamba, the Cushites who are Somalis, Borana and many other more communities.
Kitengela Mixed Secondary School is situated in lower Milimani (Kitengeloa Hills), behind the quarry towards the capital hill flats along
road, metres off the main road, from Kitengela Township, in Kajiado County, Kenya.
The power line will start at Isinya, in Kajiado County, about south of Nairobi, and run in a southerly direction for approximately to the border with Tanzania at
is an administrative ward in the Longido District of the Arusha Region of Tanzania. According to the 2002 census, the ward has a total population of 10,904. Until 2007 it was part of Monduli District.
The mountain receives few tourists annually, even though it lies next to
, the gateway to Tanzania and Amboseli National Park. The local community is therefore trying to market the area more for treking visitors.
Paved Trunk road T2 from Kenyan border crossing at
to Moshi passes through the Arusha Urban District and paved trunk road T5 from Babati ends in the district.
The work in Tanzania involves the construction of approximately of double circuit high tension power lines, from
, through Arusha to Singida, a 400kV substation in Arusha and another 400kV substation in Singida. The work is budgeted at US$258.82 million.
The Tanzania Atomic Energy Commission "(TAEC)" is a regulatory and service parastatal organization of Tanzania, operating under the mandate of the Ministry of Communication, Science and Technology. Offices are located in Njiro Area, Arusha and has zonal offices in
, Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar.
The Amboseli Mobile Veterinary Unit operates out of Amboseli National Park and services the Southern Conservation Area encompassing Kajiado,
, Magadi, Lake Natron as well as the Southern Tsavo West area including Lake Jipe, an ecosystem famous for large number of elephants.
The A-104 runs northward, to the west of Mount Meru, from Arusha to Longido and
at the Kenyan border before continuing to Nairobi. The A-104 also runs westward past Monduli to its junction at Makuyuni with the B-144 road that leads to Mto wa Mbu and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. After that, the A-104 curves southward to the east of Lake Manyara and continues on to Babati and Dodoma.
In October 2018, Ketraco, the Kenyan electricity transportation monopoly awarded the construction contract for a 400kV substation at Isinya and the 400kV high tension line from Isinya to
, to North China Power Engineering Company Limited (NCPE). The work will be jointly financed by Kenyan government at US$4.25 million and the AfDB which will offer US$22.42 million in loans. Construction is expected to take 22 months.
The following major intersections lie along the Nairobi–Mombasa Road, listed from the west towards the east. (1) The Nairobi–Malaba Road, also referred to as the Nairobi–Uganda Road. (2) The Nairobi–
Road, part of the Nairobi–Arusha Road. (3) The Voi–Taveta Road. (4) The Mariakani–Kaloleni–Mavueni Road. (5) The Dongo Kundu Bypass Highway. (6) The Mombasa–Garissa Road. (6) The Malindi–Bagamoyo Highway.
The university main campus is located approximately south of the central business district of the town of Kitengela, Kajiado County, Kenya. This location lies off the Nairobi-Kajiado-
Road, approximately south of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya and the largest city in that country. The approximate coordinates of the university campus are:1° 39' 0.00"S, +36° 54' 0.00"E (Latitude:-1.6500; Longitude:36.9000). The coordinates are approximate because the university campus does not yet show on most publicly available maps in January 2012.
Arusha Region is one of Tanzania's 30 administrative regions. Its capital and largest city is the city of Arusha. The region is bordered by Kajiado County and Narok County in Kenya to the north, the Kilimanjaro Region to the east, the Manyara and Singida regions to the south, and the Mara and Simiyu regions to the west. Major towns include Monduli,
, Longido, and Loliondo to the north, Mto wa Mbu and Karatu to the west, and Usa River to the east. The region is comparable in size to the combined land and water areas of the United States state of Maryland.
The Cairo-Cape Town Highway, Highway 4 in the Trans-African Highway network, runs between the northern town of
on the Kenyan border and the Zambian border town of Tunduma in the southwest, via Arusha, Dodoma, Iringa, and Mbeya. The section between the entrance to Tarangire National Park and Iringa is unpaved and can be difficult when raining, especially north of Kondoa. A longer eastern route from Arusha to Iringa via Moshi and Morogoro is paved. This route is versus for the Arusha-Dodoma-Iringa route.
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