Villages in this constituency include Eenheni, Egongo, Ekuma, Etambo la Mushi Onamogani, Etapa, Iikelo, Ohenghono-Ohamikoka, Onhinda, Okuuya, Othilku, Oondunda, Onamvula A, Onamungonzi, Omuhongo, Omalambo, Onanyati, Ombaba, Oshamono, Okahwandada, Oshiweda, Onaame, Omushuwa, Omufiya wa Amutenya wa Shiweda, Ohamwiimbi, Okakwena, Onhinda, Ohamatundu Omevataahekele, Okamwandi, Onangolo and Onamundidi. Many of them are only accessible via 4x4, have only weak cell phone network coverage, and access to clean water is not universally available. Health and education facilities are far away for many residents, with the nearest clinics at Epembe and Onangolo.
- Constituencies of Namibia, 2004
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