Mazenod, Lesotho

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Mazenod
Community Council
Mazenod is located in Lesotho
Mazenod
Mazenod
Geographic centre of community
Coordinates: 29°27′51″S 27°29′49″E / 29.46417°S 27.49694°E / -29.46417; 27.49694
Country  Lesotho
District Maseru District
Elevation[1] 5,161 ft (1,573 m)
Population (2006)
 • Total 27,553
Time zone CAT (UTC+2)
Coordinates computed from Lesotho Villages file.[2]

Mazenod is a community council located in the Maseru District of western Lesotho. The population in 2006 was 27,553.[3] It is located to the south-east of the capital Maseru. Points of interest include Moshoeshoe I International Airport, Lesotho's only international airport.[4]

Education[edit]

Mazenod High School is a high school for boys and girls and boarding school for girls. Four Sisters of the Holy Names minister here as principal and teachers.[5]

Health care[edit]

Paki Health Centre provides nursing care, a well baby clinic, village health care workers and distribution of food to the needy.[6]

Villages[edit]

The community of Mazenod includes the villages of Baloing, Bothoba-Pelo, Fika-Le-Mohala, Folobanka, Ha 'Masana, Ha Au, Ha Chaka, Ha Cheboko, Ha Jimisi, Ha Jimisi (Taung), Ha Josiase, Ha Khele, Ha Khitione, Ha Lekhobanyane, Ha Malefane, Ha Mantšebo, Ha Maphatšoe, Ha Masenkane, Ha Matebesi, Ha Moalosi, Ha Mohasoa, Ha Motemekoane, Ha Motheo, Ha Mpo, Ha Nkopane, Ha Ntsane, Ha Paki, Ha Pita, Ha Pomela, Ha Pshatlella, Ha Ralikoebe, Ha Ramorakane, Ha Sekepe, Ha Selonyane, Ha Seqhatsi, Ha Setho, Ha Teko, Ha Teko (Matebeleng), Ha Thaabe, Ha Thabe, Ha Thokoa, Ha Tseka, Lithakoaneng, Machekoaneng, Matukeng, Moriting, Temaneng, Thata-Moli and Thot'a-Moli.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ GTOPO30 via GeoNames. Retrieved 2010-09-13.
  2. ^ Google Earth Download Site Retrieved 2010-07-21.
  3. ^ Lesotho Bureau of Statistics, Census Pre Results 2006
  4. ^ Fitzpatrick, M., Blond, B., Pitcher, G., Richmond, S., and Warren, M. (2004) South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland. Footscray, VIC: Lonely Planet.
  5. ^ Mazenod High School. Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary Retrieved 2010-09-13.
  6. ^ Paki Health Centre. Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, Retrieved 2010-09-13.
  7. ^ Lesotho Bureau of Statistics, Village List 2006.

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