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Map of Njombe district in Tanzania

Basic information about Njombe
Njombe Region is one of the thirty administrative regions of Tanzania. It was established in March 2012, when it was split off from Iringa Region. The region's capital is Njombe town.
Cities, towns & villages in Njombe
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MakumbakoMakambako is a medium-sized town and ward in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands, located roughly 40 miles north of Njombe city by road. It is located at junction of the A104 and B4 roads between Njombe, Iringa, and Mbeya. Its population according to the 2002 Tanzanian census is 51,049. Show Makumbakoon the map
LigangaLiganga is a site in Njombe Region, Tanzania where iron ore is mined. It is also rich in both vanadium and titanium. The deposits are near Lake Malawi in the south of the country. Show Ligangaon the map
MdanduMdandu is a town and ward in Wanging'ombe District of Njombe Region in the southern highlands of Tanzania, East Africa. As of 2002, the population of the ward was 26,149. Show Mdanduon the map
ImalinyiImalinyi is a town and ward in Njombe district in the Iringa Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. Its population according to the 2002 Tanzanian census is 23,602. Show Imalinyion the map
IlembulaIlembula is a town and ward in Njombe district in the Iringa Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. Its population according to the 2002 Tanzanian census is 18,126. Show Ilembulaon the map
MtwangoMtwango is a town and ward in Njombe district in the Iringa Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. Its population according to the 2002 Tanzanian census is 20,487. Show Mtwangoon the map
IgawiloIgawilo is an administrative ward in the Mbeya Urban district of the Mbeya Region of Tanzania. According to the 2012 census, the ward has a total population of 17,300. Show Igawiloon the map
Mlangali Show Mlangalion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Njombe
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MaketeMakete District (sometimes also spelled Mwakete) is one of the six districts of Njombe Region of Tanzania. Its administrative seat is the town of Iwawa. It is bordered to the North and West by the Mbeya Region, to the East by the Njombe District and to the South by the Ludewa District. It is divided into six divisions and 17 wards. Makete District was founded in 1979 with the policy of the Ujamaa. Before, this part of Iringa Region belonged to Njombe District.Show on map
Njombe District CouncilNjombe District is a former district of the Iringa Region of Tanzania. The current Njombe districts are Njombe Rural District and Njombe Urban District. Up until 2012 Njombe District was among the districts of the Iringa Region. In 2012, the area that had been within the old Njombe District was incorporated into the new Njombe Region. Within the new region there were created three districts that had wards that were formerly within Njombe District: Njombe Rural District, Njombe Urban District (Njombe Town Council) and Wanging'ombe District. In addition Njombe Region received Makete District and Ludewa District from Iringa Region.Show on map
LudewaAccording to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the Ludewa District had a population of 128,155.Show on map
KitandililoKitandililo is a town and ward in Njombe Rural District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. Kitandililo Ward was created since the 2002 Tanzanian census, so the first population reports for the ward will be for the 2012 census. The town lies on both the north and south banks of the Mlenga River, and there is a station there on the TAZARA Railway which passes through the town. The ward consists of four towns, or large villages: Kitandililo, Ibatu, Nyamande and Mbugani. Each of these has rural areas or small villages under them.Show on map
NingaNinga is a town and ward in Njombe Rural District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. Ninga Ward was created since the 2002 Tanzanian census, so the first population reports for the ward will be for the 2012 census. The name Ninga comes from the Swahili word for dove, ninga. The area is primarily farmland with major crops being maize and coffee. The ward consists of three towns, or large villages: Ninga, Lima and Isitu. Each of these has rural areas or small villages under them.Show on map
WangamaWangama is a town and ward in Wanging'ombe District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. The population of the ward, according to the 2002 Tanzanian census, was 3,649. The ward consists of two towns, or large villages: Wangama and Imalilo. Both of these have rural areas or small villages under them.Show on map
LupondeLuponde is a town and ward in Njombe Urban District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. The population of the ward, according to the 2002 Tanzanian census, was 13,872. The biggest employer is the Luponde tea factory.Show on map
IkunaIkuna (Ikuka) is a town and ward in Njombe Rural District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. The population of the ward according to the 2002 Tanzanian census was 13,220.Show on map
KidegembyeKidegembye is a town and ward in Njombe Rural District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. The population of the ward, according to the 2002 Tanzanian census, was 7,000.Show on map
KifanyaKifanya is a town and ward in Njombe Urban District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. The population of the ward, according to the 2002 Tanzanian census, was 14,355.Show on map
IwungiloIwungilo is a town and ward in Njombe Urban District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. The population of the ward, according to the 2002 Tanzanian census, is 8,349.Show on map
SajaSaja is a town and ward in Wanging'ombe District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. The population of the ward, according to the 2002 Tanzanian census, was 10,004.Show on map
Njombe RegionThe name Njombe originated from a name of a tree species called ‘Mdzombe’ for singular and Mazdombe for plural which then dominant in one of its localities known as Mdandu. And it was in Mdandu where the Germans chose to build an administrative and defence block; the Boma. Best for tourist investment, Njombe region stands among competitive regions for tourist development by its diversified natural and historical attractions. Identified among the top attractive sites in Njombe region are the Nyumba Nitu natural forest, currently under conservation and management of local communities.Show on map
MakowoMakowo is an administrative ward in Njombe Urban District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. The ward consists of three villages: Mamongolo, Mkowo and Ng'elamo.Show on map
Wanging’ombeWanging'ombe (Wangi Ngombe) is a town and ward in Wanging'ombe District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. As of 2002, the population of the ward was 18,545.Show on map
MdanduMdandu is a town and ward in Wanging'ombe District of Njombe Region in the southern highlands of Tanzania, East Africa. As of 2002, the population of the ward was 26,149.Show on map
MahongoleMahongole is a town and ward in Njombe district in the Iringa Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. Its population according to the 2002 Tanzanian census is 13,908.Show on map
ImalinyiImalinyi is a town and ward in Njombe district in the Iringa Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. Its population according to the 2002 Tanzanian census is 23,602.Show on map
LupembeLupembe is a town and ward in Njombe district in the Iringa Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. Its population according to the 2002 Tanzanian census is 16,414.Show on map
MatolaMatola is a town and ward in Njombe district in the Iringa Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands. Its population according to the 2002 Tanzanian census is 14,106.Show on map
LudugaLuduga is a village and ward in Wanging'ombe district in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands.Show on map
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Wanging’ombeWanging'ombe District is one of the six districts of the Njombe Region of Tanzania, East Africa. The administrative seat is in Igwachanya.Show on map
Njombe MjiniNjombe Mjini is an administrative ward in the Njombe Urban District, in the Njombe Region of southern Tanzania.Show on map
LyamkenaLyamkena is a town and ward in Njombe Urban District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands.Show on map
LugengeLugenge is a town and ward in Njombe Urban District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands.Show on map
IhangaIhanga is a town and ward in Njombe Urban District in the Njombe Region of the Tanzanian Southern Highlands.Show on map
Different buildings in Njombe
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MadundaMadunda is a small settlement in the Ludewa District, Iringa region, Tanzania. It is surrounded by the Livingstone Mountains, from which Lake Malawi can be seen. The Madunda Secondary School, a boarding school based on parents' initiative, is based there. It is located close to the Catholic church. The school and the region have been supported by the Afrikahilfe Schondorf organisation, which has supplied goods for the school and a dispensary which is run by the local church.Show on map
MiloMilo is a village in South Western Tanzania, East Africa, in the southern highlands of Tanzania, three hours drive from the nearest region of Njombe. It has a mission run by the United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel and a hospital, St. Luke's.Show on map