Madunda

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Madunda 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,[1] which has supplied goods for the school and a dispensary which is run by the local church.

Gerold Pangisa Haule, founder and first headmaster of Madunda Secondary School

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  1. ^ "Afrikahilfe Schondorf" (in German). Retrieved 21 June 2013. 

Coordinates: 9°52′0″S 34°28′0″E / 9.86667°S 34.46667°E / -9.86667; 34.46667