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Nakuru

(nəˈkuːruː)
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(Placename) a town in W Kenya, on Lake Nakuru: commercial centre of an agricultural region. Pop: 264 000 (2005 est)
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Noun1.Nakuru - a city in western Kenya; commercial center of an agricultural region
Kenya, Republic of Kenya - a republic in eastern Africa; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1963; major archeological discoveries have been made in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya
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Tenders are invited for Supply, delivery & installation of machinery & equipments at Nakuru County, Kenya on turnkey basis as per the terms & conditions of contract under the following lots:-
She set it up four years ago as a small scheme and it developed into six projects at Nakuru providing education to vulnerable children, including street kids and inmates in juvenile prison.
After the Kenya team completes their mission work, they will spend a couple of days visiting a land-safari near the city of Nakuru, which is two hours north of Nairobi.
Armed robbers had broken into St Jerome's Children's Home in Nakuru which she helped build, demanding money from the girl from South Uist and the orphans who lived there.
The expedition begins on the 21st March 2015 and will involve seven days volnuteering in Nakuru, Kenya helping with a variety of projects including building work, sports coaching and teaching.
He said there are now fears that fighting may erupt among youth in Kenya's Nakuru and in Nimule, where majority of youth are based.
Intensive cultivation of navy beans in the Kenya dates many years back when it was cultivated in Thika in 1950's and later spread to Nakuru and Meru regions in the late 1980's under contractual agreements with the processing companies.
Born in Nakuru, Kenya, in 1940, he attended the Prince of Wales School in Nairobi before moving to Merseyside and studying at Liverpool University.
She studies at Kabarak University in Nakuru, Kenya and confessed her successful transmission of HIV to more than 300 men.
Since its inception The NWH has grown from one branch, Hurlingham (2001); and now has three additional hospitals - Adams (2009), Ongata Rongai (2011) and Nakuru (2012); and two medical centres in Kitengela (2012) and Eastleigh (2012).
Lesser flamingos (Phoeniconaias Minor) bill-fencing as part of their courtship at Lake Nakuru, Kenya.