Mbale


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Mbale

 

a city in Uganda at the foot of Mt. Elgon, on a highway. Population, 23,500 (1969). The city has a railroad station. Mbale is the trade center of an agricultural region (cotton, food grains, bananas). Flour-milling, vegetable-oil, soap, and leather enterprises are located there.

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I have been here since 5am in the morning and it is now almost 11am and I am yet to get a bus for my child who is heading to Mbale for his schooling.
He is also a leading contributor to the PONT charity, which helps the poorest communities in Uganda, and has delivered lifesaving training for health workers in the Mbale district.
At the meeting, which was held in Mbale town on Tuesday, Museveni and Ajonga reportedly discussed cooperation and training of the Ugandan army (UPDF) and the South Sudanese military (SPLA).
Mbale yn Uganda, Dwyrain Affrica fydd ymweliad cyntaf Siwan yn y gyfres, sy'n dechrau nos Fercher.
quarter ([dagger]) ([dagger]) before Xpert after Xpert Region District MTB/RIF MTB/RIF Northern Arua 7 2 Northern Kitgum 5 3 Western Kabale 5 4 Western Kabarole 5 4 Western Kisoro 8 3 Western Ntungamo 7 3 Eastern Mbale 6 4 Eastern Tororo 6 6 Central Mpigi 6 6 Central Rakai 7 5 Median case notifications per 100,000 population Before Xpert After Xpert Region MTB/RIF MTB/RIF p value Northern 23 23 0.
They include the Jinja- based Mulco Textile Mill, which dominated the manufacture of towels and nappies, as well as the African Textile Mills in the eastern town of Mbale and Lira Spinning Mill in the northern town of Lira.
They include the Jinja-based Mulco Textile Mill, which dominated the manufacture of towels and nappies, as well as the African Textile Mills in the eastern town of Mbale and Lira Spinning Mill in the northern town of Lira.
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MBALE REGION, UGANDA -- JJ Keki, a Jewish farmer from eastern Uganda, was far from home on the morning of Sept.
II It's tricky curving to Mbale, down these fifteen miles of slippery, washed out road, We're in the Ford, souped-up and custom-tough for Africa.
Some of the Ugandan youngsters walked miles to take part in his specially-devised summer programme in Mbale called 'Kick to Dream'.