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Map of Bungoma district in Kenya

Basic information about Bungoma
Bungoma County is a county in the former Western Province of Kenya. Its capital is Bungoma or Bungoma Town. It has a population of 1,375,063 and an area of 2,069 km². In 2010, the neighbouring Mount Elgon District was eliminated and its lands merged with Bungoma District to form Bungoma County. The economy of Bungoma County is mainly agricultural, centering on the sugarcane and maize industries. The area experiences high rainfall throughout the year, and is home to several large rivers, which are used for small-scale irrigation.
Cities, towns & villages in Bungoma
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KimililiKimilili is a town and area in Kenya's Bungoma County. The area is occupied mainly by the Bukusu and few Teso communities it is a trading center for agricultural goods and services. The town has an urban population of 10,251. The surrounding region is mainly farmland, the main cash crops being coffee, maize, beans, sunflower seed sugarcane and banana There are numerous non-governmental organizations in Kimilili, the two main ones being ICFEM and Omwabini, which have added much value to the town of Kimilili. Show Kimililion the map
WebuyeWebuye, previously named Broderick Falls, is an industrial town in Bungoma County, Kenya. Located on the main road to Uganda, the town is home to the Pan African Paper Mills, the largest paper factory in the region, as well as a number of heavy-chemical and sugar manufacturers. The area is heavily populated and is used mainly for subsistence agriculture. The area around Webuye is home to the Bukusu and Tachoni tribes. The town has an urban population of 19,600 (1999 census) and 22,507 in total according to the GeoNames geographical database. Show Webuyeon the map
BungomaBungoma is a town in Bungoma County of Kenya, bordered by Uganda in the west. Bungoma town was established as a trading centre in the early 20th century. The town is the headquarters of Kenya's Bungoma County and it hosts a municipal council. Bungoma municipality has an urban population of 44,196 and a total population of 60,650 (1999 census). Show Bungomaon the map
KimaetiKimaeti is a settlement in Kenya's Bungoma County. It is in Bungoma county,located along the Bungoma Malaba road just a few minutes drive from Bungoma town center. To the north and south of Kimaeti is Malakisi and Myanga markets respectively.It is a popular area with its huge animal market and religious movements. Every year there is a quran completion held at kimaeti mosque for the whole of Kenya. There are also some small churches in the area. Show Kimaetion the map
LabootLaboot is a settlement in Kenya's Bungoma County. The estimated population is 383, and the settlement lies at an elevation of 10,387 feet (3,166 m). Show Labooton the map
KapsakwonyKapsakwany is a settlement in Kenya's Bungoma County. Show Kapsakwonyon the map
KamusingaKamisinga is a settlement in Kenya's Bungoma County. Show Kamusingaon the map
ChesakakiChesakaki is a settlement in Kenya's Bungoma County. Show Chesakakion the map
KamakuywaKamakuywa is a settlement in Kenya's Bungoma County. Show Kamakuywaon the map
ChelebeChelebe is a settlement in Kenya's Bungoma County. Show Chelebeon the map
KaptamaKaptama is a settlement in Kenya's Bungoma County. Show Kaptamaon the map
NdakuluNdakalu is a settlement in Kenya's Bungoma County. Show Ndakuluon the map
MyangaMianga is a settlement in Kenya's Bungoma County. Show Myangaon the map
MatekaMateka is a settlement in Kenya's Bungoma County. Show Matekaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Bungoma
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BungomaBungoma County is a county in the former Western Province of Kenya. Its capital is Bungoma or Bungoma Town. It has a population of 1,375,063 and an area of 2,069 km². In 2010, the neighbouring Mount Elgon District was eliminated and its lands merged with Bungoma District to form Bungoma County. The economy of Bungoma County is mainly agricultural, centering on the sugarcane and maize industries. The area experiences high rainfall throughout the year, and is home to several large rivers, which are used for small-scale irrigation.Show on map
Different buildings in Bungoma
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SudiAlso known as Sudi, Mulukbu is a town and railroad station in the Western Region of Kenya.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Bungoma
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NambaleNambale is a settlement in Kenya's Busia County.currently it has continued to expand because there were some talks of construction of a sugar cane factory, it is situated between River Sio and M'nambale streamShow on map