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Mbeya

 

a city in southern Tanzania, the administrative center of Mbeya District. Population, 12,500 (1967). A highway junction and trade center. Pyrochlore is mined nearby (in Panda Hill). Mbeya has a food industry.

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Ibrahim Kasambala, Principal of the Mbeya Dental School, stated, "It was a successful outreach as pupils in the reached schools benefited from the services, and second year students of Mbeya Dental School got an important opportunity to practice School Dental Services (SDS) as part of the requirements to be fulfilled in the curriculum.
Mbeya Region: 1 km N of Nyenjele, Muwawa River, 8[degrees]55.
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Cities: Capital--Dar es Salaam (executive), Dodoma (legislative), Major metropolises--Arusha, Mwanza, Mbeya, Mtwara, Stonetown in Zanzibar.
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Andile Nofemela (UCT) presented an excellent talk entitled 'Characterisation of transmitted HIV-1 ENV variants from Mbeya, Tanzania') in which he highlighted the observation that 73% of new infections are caused by infection of a single virus.
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