Wamba, Kenya

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Wamba
Wamba is located in Kenya
Wamba
Wamba
Coordinates: 0°59′0″N 37°19′0″E / 0.98333°N 37.31667°E / 0.98333; 37.31667Coordinates: 0°59′0″N 37°19′0″E / 0.98333°N 37.31667°E / 0.98333; 37.31667
Country  Kenya
Province Samburu County

Wamba is a small town in Samburu County in central Kenya. It is located south-southwest edge of the Mathews Range, and northwest of the Samburu National Reserve. The northbound Isiolo - Moyale road (A2 road) is about 40 kilometres drives east of Wamba.[1]

Wamba town is the headquarters of the Wamba administrative division, which is divided into five locations, Wamba being one of them.[2] The location has a population of 4,051 (1999 census).[3]

Wamba forms an electoral ward of the Samburu East Constituency and Samburu County Council.[4]

Health care[edit]

Wamba Hospital is located in Wamba.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rough Guide Map to Kenya
  2. ^ UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA): Kenya_AdminLevels_1-4
  3. ^ Central Bureau of Statistics (Kenya): Geographic Dimensions of Well-Being in Kenya
  4. ^ Electoral Commission of Kenya: Registration centres by electoral area and constituency Archived June 28, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ http://www.ehealth.or.ke/facilities/facility.aspx?fas=15769