Synonyms for sumbawanga or Related words with sumbawanga

iringa              mbeya              shinyanga              morogoro              singida              mpanda              songea              mbinga              mtwara              musoma              kigoma              njombe              vihiga              geita              kitale              pwani              mwanza              dodoma              katavi              moroto              lushoto              kilosa              korogwe              masasi              mkushi              bungoma              nebbi              rukwa              kasulu              isiolo              kagera              awasa              ludewa              mandera              bukoba              kotido              yumbe              ruvuma              lodwar              adjumani              mjini              webuye              kitui              isoka              soroti              mpika              marsabit              nsanje              serenje              kitgum             



Examples of "sumbawanga"
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Sumbawanga () is a diocese located in Sumbawanga in the Ecclesiastical province of Tabora in Tanzania.
On 24 October 1969 it was renamed the Diocese of Sumbawanga, reflecting the transfer of headquarters to the growing city of Sumbawanga.
The Sumbawanga Urban District is administratively divided into thirteen wards:
Sumbawanga Urban District is one of the four districts in the Rukwa Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the north by Lake Rukwa, to the east by the Mbeya Region, to the south by the Sumbawanga Rural District and to the west by the Nkasi District. The district (and regional) capital is Sumbawanga.
10. Kanisa La Neema, P. O. Box 77, Sumbawanga, Tanzania
Sumbawanga Airport is an airport in western Tanzania serving the town of Sumbawanga in Rukwa Region. The government has sought funds from the European Investment Bank for the upgrade of the airport.
Sumbawanga Rural District is one of three districts of the Rukwa Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the northeast by the Sumbawanga Urban District, to the south by Zambia and to the northwest by the Nkasi District.
Sumbawanga has many schools and colleges, including Chem Chem Secondary School, Sumbawanga Secondary School, St. Aggrey Chanji High School, Mazwi Secondary School, St. Aggrey Teaching College, Musoma Utalii College, and Chem Chem Teaching College.
Although many U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned SUT by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA (which assigned SUT to Sumbawanga Airport in Sumbawanga, Tanzania).
The Sumbawanga Rural District is administratively divided into twenty-three wards:
According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Sumbawanga Rural District was 373,080.
According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Sumbawanga Urban District was 147,483.
On 10 May 1946 the Vicariate was divided into to Apostolic Vicariate of Karema (now diocese of Sumbawanga) and the Apostolic Vicariate of Kigoma.
John Kilaka (born 4 November 1966 in Sumbawanga, southwest Tanzania) is a Tanzanian writer and illustrator, best known as a creator of children's picture books.
Malangali is a ward in the city of Sumbawanga, in Rukwa Region, Tanzania. According to the 2002 census, the ward has a total population of 4,050.
Polycarp Pengo (born 5 August 1944, in the parish of Mwazye, Diocese of Sumbawanga in Tanzania) is the Archbishop of Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania; and a Cardinal.
Aeshi Khalfan Hilaly (born 12 December 1973) is a Tanzanian CCM politician and Member of Parliament for Sumbawanga Town constituency since 2010.
Nkasi District (formerly Nkansi District) is one of the four districts of the Rukwa Region of Tanzania, with its headquarters in the village of Namanyere. It is bordered to the north by the Mpanda District of Katavi Region; to the east by the Sumbawanga Urban District; to the south by the Sumbawanga Rural District and Zambia; and to the west by Lake Tanganyika across from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Road connections for Kigoma are poor. A gravel road links the town northeast to the national road network, and earth tracks link north to Burundi and southeast to Sumbawanga.
Kalambo District Council was officially established on 23 December 2012 after it was split off from the Sumbawanga District Council. Moshi Chang'a was the first District Commissioner, who served until his death in a auto accident in April 2014.