Nampula


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Nampula

(nămpo͞o`lə), city (1997 pop. 303,346), NE Mozambique. It is an agricultural trade center, located on the railroad connecting the seaports of Lumbo and Nacala with Malawi. Cement is manufactured.
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The railway is a spur off the northern rail corridor that runs from the port of Nacala, through Nampula and Cuamba to the Malawian border.
Tivana LD, Bvochora JM, Mutukumira AN and JD Owens A Study of Heap Fermentation Process of Cassava Roots in Nampula Province, Mozambique.
ASSANE MUSSA and Alima Alvide are farmers who live in the Province of Nampula, Mozambique.
A third warehouse is now in operation in Beira and a fourth, in Nampula, will be opening in the middle of 2015.
In May, JICA, the government of Mozambique and Mozambique's state-owned transport utility Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Mocambique signed final agreements on the massive expansion of the Port of Nacala in Mozambique's Nampula Province.
The climax of the tour was a performance of the Macua "rope" dance by local ladies, originally from Nampula province in the north.
Women harvest their rice crop near Nampula, Mozambique.
Soon after launch it had four branches in the capital Maputo, another in the second city, Beira; one in the coal capital of Tete and one in Nampula, in the north of the country.
Amity University technical foundation studies student Chirag Sanjay, 17, from Nampula, Mozambique and has been in Dubai for seven months.
The refinery will be built in Nacala, in Nampula province in the north of Mozambique.
Amancio Nhantumbo of the Mozambique National Disaster Management Institute (INGC) said the flood-related deaths occurred in the province of Nampula and were caused mainly by "drowning, acute diarrhea and lightning.