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List Of Schools In Kenya
This is a list of schools in Kenya. Primary schools in Kenya
Kenya
may be designated as follows:DEB indicating that they were founded by the now abolished District Education Boards, hence were public schools from the start. RC indicating that they were founded and sponsored by the Roman Catholic Church as it was known then AC indicating that they were founded and sponsored initially by the Anglican Church Others may have no designation meaning they were founded well after independence or they have dropped their sponsor designation from their official name.Contents1 List of schools1.1
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Kenya
Coordinates: 1°N 38°E / 1°N 38°E / 1; 38 Republic
Republic
of Kenya Jamhuri ya Kenya
Kenya
(Kiswahili)FlagCoat of armsMotto: "Harambee" (Kiswahili) "Let us all pull together"Anthem
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Ungaro
Ungaro is a family name (meaning: of Hungarian descent/origin) and may refer to:Emanuel (Maffeolit) Ungaro (born 1933), a French fashion designer Gaetano Ungaro (born 1987, Reggio Calabria), an Italian professional football player Joseph M. Ungaro (1930 - 2006), an American journalist Malatesta Ungaro, born: Galeotto Malatesta (1327 – 1372), an Italian condottiero and lord of Jesi Patrick J. Ungaro, an American (Ohio) politician Ursula Mancusi Ungaro (Ungaro-Benages) (born 1951), an American lawyer and judgeThis page lists people with the surname Ungaro
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Mumias
Mumias
Mumias
is a town in Kakamega County
Kakamega County
of Kenya. The town has an urban population of 116,358 (2009 census).[1] Mumias
Mumias
was the center of the Mumias
Mumias
District. The town is linked by road to Kakamega
Kakamega
(in east), Busia (west), Bungoma
Bungoma
(north), Butere
Butere
(south). The village of Buchinga is located between Mumias
Mumias
and Kakamega. Mumias Sugar Company is a major employer. It also owned the Mumias Sugar FC, which was one of the top football teams in Kenya
Kenya
until it was disbanded in 2007. Five minutes outside Mumias
Mumias
town, on the road to Kakamega, there is a hospital called St. Mary's Hospital
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Makueni
Makueni County (formerly Makueni District) is a county in the former Eastern Province of Kenya. Its capital and largest town is Wote. The county has a population of 884,527 (2009 census) and an area of 8,008.9 km².Contents1 Administration1.1 Sub-Counties 1.2 Constituencies 1.3 Other Divisions2 South Eastern Kenya Region2.1 Urbanisation 2.2 Wealth/Poverty Level3 Villages and settlements 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksAdministration[edit] Sub-Counties[edit] The county has six sub-counties:Makueni Kaiti Kilome Kibwezi East Kibwezi West MbooniConstituencies[edit] Since 2010, county has six constituencies:Mbooni Constituency Kilome Constituency Kaiti Constituency Makueni Constituency Kibwezi West Constituency Kibwezi East ConstituencyOther Divisions[edit]Local authorities (councils)Authority Type Population* Urban pop.*Wote Town 56,419 5,542Mtito Andei Town 24,435 4,304Makueni County 690,691 18,689Total - 771,545 28,535* 1999 census
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Mwingi
Mwingi
Mwingi
is a town in the Kitui County
Kitui County
of Kenya. It has an urban population of 15,970 (2009 census).[2] The town is located along the A3 Road between Nairobi
Nairobi
and Garissa, 47 kilometres north of its county capital Kitui, and 200 kilometres east of the capital city of Nairobi. It was the capital of the former Mwingi
Mwingi
District. Mwingi
Mwingi
is home to Kenya's last Vice President Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka. The people are greatly religious with major churches such as Catholic Church, Full Gospel Church and New Apostolic Church spread across the region
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Nairobi County
Nairobi
Nairobi
County is one of the 47 counties of Kenya
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Rongai
Rongai is a town in Nakuru
Nakuru
County, Kenya. It lies 30 km west of Nakuru, along the A104 Road and the railway line between Nakuru
Nakuru
and Uganda. It is about 10 kilometres north of Elburgon and 15 kilometres east of Molo.[1] The town lies 1912 m (6272 ft) above sea level and has a population of 20878.[2] Rongai is part of the Rongai Constituency.Contents1 Transport 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksTransport[edit] It is served by a station on the national railway system. See also[edit]Railway stations in KenyaReferences[edit]^ The Rough Guide Map - Kenya ^ "Directory of Cities, Towns, and Regions in Kenya". Global Gazetteer Version 2.2. Falling Rain Genomics
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Nairobi
Nairobi
Nairobi
(/naɪˈroʊbi/; locally [naɪˈroːbi]) is the capital and largest city of Kenya. The name comes from the Maasai phrase Enkare Nyrobi, which translates to "cool water", a reference to the Nairobi River
Nairobi River
which flows through the city. The city proper has a population of 3,138,369, while the metropolitan area has a population of 6,547,547
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Westlands
Westlands, Nairobi
Nairobi
is an affluent neighbourhood and administrative division in the city of Nairobi, the capital of and largest city in Kenya.Contents1 Overview 2 Landmarks 3 Westlands
Westlands
division 4 Deep Sea Settlement 5 Economy 6 Education 7 See also 8 ReferencesOverview[edit] Located 3.1 kilometres (1.9 mi) by road northwest of the central business district of Nairobi,[1] Westlands
Westlands
was a residential district during the colonial period which ended in 1963. During the 1990s and early 2000s, as land and office space became scarce and exorbitantly priced in the central business district, more businesses have relocated to Westlands
Westlands
and Upper Hill, where land and office space are more readily available and less expensive
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Ngara
Ngara[1] is a small town in Ngara
Ngara
District, Kagera Region, in Tanzania, East Africa. Ngara
Ngara
town is small with an estimated population of 8,000 to 10,000 people. The international community is small with the Anglican Church of Tanzania, Diocese of Kagera, and four NGOs employing a handful of expatriate staff. Occasionally, there are also visiting staff, consultants and missionaries. Market day in Ngara
Ngara
town is Saturday. Vendors come from surrounding villages to sell their seasonal produce. During the week, the market is open, but the availability of produce is more limited. Most basic items are available. In season, fruits and vegetables include tomatoes, carrots, eggplant, spinach, green peppers, pineapple, papaya, mango and oranges
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Parklands, Nairobi
Parklands, Nairobi, commonly referred to simply as Parklands, is a neighbourhood in the city of Nairobi, the capital and largest city in Kenya. It is divided into numbered avenues. The name arises from the proximity of the area to City Park, Nairobi.Contents1 Location 2 Overview 3 Population 4 Education 5 Landmarks 6 Westlands
Westlands
division 7 See also 8 ReferencesLocation[edit] Parklands is located approximately 5 kilometres (3.1 mi), by road, north-northwest of the central business district of Nairobi.[1] The coordinates of Parklands are:01 15 36S, 36 49 05E (Latitude:-1.2600; Longitude:36.8180).[2] Overview[edit] During Kenya's colonial days, the British demarcated the area as a residential neighbourhood for civil servants. During the 1940s and 1950s Parklands was one of the most congested suburban areas of the Nairobi
Nairobi
metropolitan area
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Humble Hearts School
Humble Hearts School, Kenya's first bilingual school for the deaf using Kenyan Sign Language (KSL) and English on an equal basis,[1] was started by Beatrice Anunda on 9 September 2003.[2] Anunda was taught Kenyan Sign Language in the University of Nairobi's KSL Research Project, and came across a nine-year-old deaf child called Melinda in Doonholm. Anunda decided to start a project to reach out to deaf children who could not access schooling.[3] In 2005, the project had developed into a school for 30 students in a room of 100 square feet (9.3 m2), constructed of steel roofing sheets.[4] The school began to admit hearing siblings, and then other hearing children in the area of the school were admitted to Humble Hearts to promote inclusion. By the end of 2006, there were 300 students
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Kibera
Kibera (Nubian: Forest or Jungle[1]) is a division of Nairobi Area, Kenya, and neighbourhood of the city of Nairobi, 6.6 kilometres (4.1 mi) from the city centre.[2] Kibera is the largest slum in Nairobi, and the largest urban slum in Africa.[3][4][5] The 2009 Kenya Population and Housing Census reports Kibera's population as 170,070, contrary to previous estimates of one or two million people.[6] Other sources suggest the total Kibera population may be 500,000 to well over 1,000,000 depending on which slums are included in defining Kibera.[7][8][9][10] Most of Kibera slum residents live in extreme poverty, earning less than $1.00 per day. Unemployment rates are high. Persons living with HIV in the slum are many, as are AIDS cases.[11] Cases of assault and rape are common. There are few schools, and most people cannot afford education for their children. Clean water is scarce. Diseases caused by poor hygiene are prevalent
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Mombasa Academy
The Mombasa Academy is a private coeducational international school situated in the Nyali area of Mombasa, Kenya. It provides education to children aged from two and a half years (Play group) to nineteen years (A2 level). It follows the British National curriculum, with all the subjects being taught in English. External links[edit]Schools portalMombasa AcademyThis Kenya school-related article is a stub
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Kangemi
Kangemi is a slum in Kenya
Kenya
located, like many other slums in Nairobi, on the outskirts of the city. It is bordered on the north by the middle class neighborhoods of Loresho and Kibagare and Westlands on its west. Its southern border connects with Kawangware, another large slum and its eastern border connects to Mountain View, another middle class enclave. It is on the road connecting Nairobi
Nairobi
with Naivasha.[1][2] Kangemi likely has more than 100,000 residents. While it is a multi-ethnic slum, the largest group of residents consists of the Luhya tribe.[3] Kangemi is located in a small valley.[4] The slum has no sewerage.[5] About 20,000 persons belong to a Catholic parish based in Kangemi. The St
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