Butere/Mumias District

Admin ASC 2 Code
Orig. name Butere/Mumias District
Country and Admin Code KE.09.7667626 KE

World countries Adminstrative division ASC I-II . 2014.

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  • Butere/Mumias District — is an administrative district in the Western Province of Kenya. Its capital town is Butere. The district has a population of 476,928 (1999 census) and an area of 939 km² [http://www.statoids.com/yke.html] . The district has four constituencies,… …   Wikipedia

  • Mumias Constituency — is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of four constituencies in Butere/Mumias District. The constituency was established for the 1966 elections. Members of Parliament Elections MP [1] Party Notes 1966 Abraham Owori Mulama KANU 1969 J.… …   Wikipedia

  • Mumias — Mumias, Kenya Population (2006)  – Total 32.965 Time zone EAT (UTC+3) Mumias is a town in the Western Province of Kenya. The town has an urban population of 32.965 (1999 census) …   Wikipedia

  • Butere — is a town in the Western Province of Kenya. It has an urban population of 8636 (1999 census) [http://www.ilri.cgiar.org/html/Urban%20Poverty%20all%20Kenya%20Province%20through%20Location%20Final.xls] The town is the capital of Butere/Mumias… …   Wikipedia

  • Mumias — Basisdaten Einwohner 36.000 Einw. Telefonvorwahl 056 Höhe 1.268 m Koordinat …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Butere — 0.2108333333333334.492777777778 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Siaya District — is one of the twelve districts that make up Nyanza Province in the southwest part of Kenya. It is bordered by Busia District to the North, Vihiga and Butere/Mumias Districts to the North East, Bondo District to the South, and Kisumu District to… …   Wikipedia

  • Mbeere District — Cumulative rainfall at Masinga dam, Kenya. Mbeere District is an administrative district in the Eastern Province of Kenya. Its capital town is Siakago. The district has a population of 170,950 and an area of 2,093 km².[1] …   Wikipedia

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  • Nyando District — is a fairly new district in Kenya which broke away from Kisumu District in Nyanza Province in 1998. Nyando district borders the Rift Valley Province. The district is named after the Nyando River. Its capital is in a small town called Awasi,… …   Wikipedia

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