How many schools are in Chibombo District?

How many schools are in Chibombo District?

80 government schools
Chibombo district has 80 government schools, eight private ones and seven community schools.

Where are most boarding schools located?

With schools like Phillips Exeter Academy, Choate Rosemary Hall and Groton school, 58% of the most elite boarding schools are in the northeastern states of New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

How many schools are in Luangwa district?

Showing 1 of 1 pages for 25 schools found, with 1 filters:

Name Phase Region
Kaunga Secondary School Secondary (Lusaka)
Kavalamanja Primary School Primary (Lusaka)
Luangwa Primary School Primary (Lusaka)
Luangwa Secondary School Secondary (Lusaka)

Which province is Chibombo District?

Central Province, Zambia
Chibombo District is a district of Central Province, Zambia. As of the 2010 Zambian Census, the district had a population of 293,765 people. Its headquarters are at Chibombo, and it lies between the Lukanga Swamp in the west and the end of the Luangwa Valley in the east.

What district is chibombo?

Chibombo is a town in the Central Province of Zambia, and is headquarters of Chibombo District. The town lies near the Lukanga Swamp. It is 95 km north of Lusaka and 45 km south-west of Kabwe on the Great North Road.

What language is spoken in Chibombo?

Chibombo also had the largest rural population at 290,115 as compared to the 13, 404 urban population. Though English is the official language, the main local languages spoken in Chibombo are Lenje, Bemba and Nyanja (Central Statics Office, 2012).

How many wards are in Chibombo?

The Province has 16 constituencies which are headed by elected Members of Parliament (MPs) and are divided into 153 wards headed by elected councilors.

What is the biggest valley in Zambia?

The Lower Zambezi National Park extends along the northern bank of the Zambezi river in the south eastern corner of Zambia and is about 150km down stream from Lake Kariba.