Mbarara

What is Mbarara known for?


population+education

, Kashaka and Kaberebere. With this land, if granted Mbarara will be the largest city in Uganda by Size and Second Largest City in Uganda by Population. Education Mbarara is a centre of various Educational institutions stating from Baby Care, upto University and other tertiary institutions. ;Tertiary Institutions * Mbarara University of Science and Technology a public University founded in 1989 locate approximately WikiPedia:Mbarara


building international

: www.sharecast.com news sabmiller-opens-second-brewery-in-uganda 21109721.html title SABMiller Opens Second Brewery In Uganda date 22 August 2013 accessdate 21 April 2014 publisher ShareCast.com * Mbarara Coca-Cola Plant - A bottling plant owned by Century Bottling Company Limited, a subsidiary of Coca-Cola International (Coca-Cola) * Mbarara Steel Plant - Owned and operated by '''China Machine Building International Corporation''' (CMIC), a Government of the People's Republic of China


military strength

area, Isingiro, twenty kilometers south of the modern center of Mbarara. The suggestion is therefore that these were initially very localized political formations, some of which gradually expanded. Military power was initially realized in terms of numbers. The Buhaya states were all small and do not appear to have had a significant military capability. Karagwe does appear to have had military strength, and this may have been due to its greater population size. Nkore, from its small base, does not appear to have had expansionist pretensions, or more importantly, capability, until key changes in its military organization. The creation of permanent levies of troops, known as Emitwe, allowed both the conquest of territory such as Mpororo and Buhweju and also the protection of its increasing herds from powerful neighbors to the north. * Radio Bekedde FM 100.5 - Based in Kampala. Broadcasts in Luganda * Radio West FM 100.2 - Based in Mbarara. The dominant radio station in western Uganda. Broadcasts in Runyankole Rukiga, Runyoro Rutoro (Tooro language) and English. * Radio Rupiny FM 95.7 - Based in Gulu. Broadcasts in Luo (Luo (family of ethnic groups)) - Mbarara align center MBQ align center HUMA Mbarara Airport align center - **Kitgum - Kitgum Airport **Mbarara - Mbarara Airport Eagle Air Starts Flights to Mbarara and Kisoro **Moyo - Moyo Airport Location Mbarara District is bordered by Ibanda District to the north, Kiruhura District to the east, Isingiro District to the southeast, Ntungamo District to the southwest, Sheema District to the west and Buhweju District to the northwest. Uganda District Map (Districts of Uganda) The district headquarters at Mbarara, the largest city in the sub-region (Ankole sub-region), are located approximately WikiPedia:Mbarara


major national

, by road, west of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city. The coordinates of the park are:00 36S, 30 57E (Latitude:0.6000; Longitude:30.9500).


summer title

; WikiPedia:Mbarara


century location

, and Rukungiri districts. Runyankole is part of an East and central African language variously spoken by the Nkore, Kiga, Nyoro, and Tooro people in Uganda; the Nyambo, Ha and Haya in Tanzania; as well as some ethnic groups in the Congo region, Burundi and Rwanda. They were part of the Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom of the 14-16th century. Location Lake Mburo National Park is located in Kiruhura District in western Uganda. The park is situated about , by road, east


significant military

area, Isingiro, twenty kilometers south of the modern center of Mbarara. The suggestion is therefore that these were initially very localized political formations, some of which gradually expanded. Military power was initially realized in terms of numbers. The Buhaya states were all small and do not appear to have had a significant military capability. Karagwe does appear to have had military strength, and this may have been due to its greater population size. Nkore, from its small base


active member

. With significance for all Ugandan cities, Mbarara was the host to the 2004 Annual General Meeting of the Uganda Local Governments Association, on 1 October, which saw the changing of the organisation to its current structure in order to represent all Ugandan local governments. Mbarara remains an active member of this governmental association. WikiPedia:Mbarara


scale water

water resources. A small scale water transport is done on River Rwizi Communications Besides the face to face communication, Mobile phones are the most common mode of inter-personal communication for casual talks, business discussions and official communication in Mbarara. For public notice, radio stations and newspapers are preferred. Almost all mobile telecommunication networks in Uganda have their coverage extended to Mbarara. These include MTN Uganda, Airtel Uganda, Orange Uganda, Uganda Telecom, K2 Telecom and Smart Telecom. They jointly provide services mainly in form of calls, SMS and Internet data. Mbarara has one of the oldest post offices in East Africa. This mainly helps in mail message communications Five major national Ugandan newspapers are always available in Mbarara and they include Daily Monitor, New Vision, Redpepper, Observer and Hello. On addition to these, two other local Runyankole newspapers are also available and printed in Mbarara that is Orumuri and Entatsi. These two publish twice a week. Various radios are also in the city broadcasting mainly in Runyankole with a mixture of English. These include * Radio West * Vision Radio * Endigyito Radio * Grace Radio * Crooze FM * Mbarara FM (formerly top radio) * Mercy Radio. * Radio Maria * Greater Africa radio Mbarara has one T.V. Station, TV West which predominantly broadcasts in Runyankole. Mbarara Bypass Road As part of the modernization of the Mbarara-Katuna Road (Katuna) (2011 - 2015), a new northern bypass road is planned for the town. The bypass will start from the Coca-Cola plant on Mbarara-Masaka Road (Masaka), pass through ''Rwebishuri'', ''Nkokonjeru'' and join the Mbarara-Kabale Road (Kabale) at ''Katatumba Resort'', about WikiPedia:Mbarara


top radio

and Entatsi. These two publish twice a week. Various radios are also in the city broadcasting mainly in Runyankole with a mixture of English. These include * Radio West * Vision Radio * Endigyito Radio * Grace Radio * Crooze FM * Mbarara FM (formerly top radio) * Mercy Radio. * Radio Maria * Greater Africa radio Mbarara has one T.V. Station, TV West which predominantly broadcasts in Runyankole. Mbarara Bypass Road As part of the modernization of the Mbarara-Katuna Road (Katuna) (2011

Mbarara

'''Mbarara''' is a town in Western Uganda (Western Region, Uganda). It is the main municipal, administrative and commercial center of Mbarara District and the location of the district headquarters. It is also the largest urban centre in Western Uganda.

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