subcounty


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subcounty

(ˈsʌbˌkaʊntɪ)
n, pl -ties
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a division of a county
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Ojaamong said, the county has now purchased an aggregate of 14 tractors and every subcounty will get 2 tractors,.
The IVM project there sampled mosquitoes from urban, peri-urban, and rural settings and collated malaria data from the main Malindi subcounty hospital.
The sites are kept current, and you can drill down to subcounty and metropolitan levels.
The subcounty population estimates and housing unit estimates will be posted to the Census Bureau's embargo site at 10 a.
A main effort was the development of a web-based toolkit with guidance for county and subcounty level health managers for implementation of key Tupange interventions (http://fptoolkit.
In each subcounty, two parishes were also selected: Katara and Kitega from Karungu while Kararo and Rutooma were from Kyeizooba Sub County.
This is explored in chapters from Joseph Fewsmith, chapter 9: "The Elusive Search for Effective SubCounty Governance" and Jae Ho Chung, chapter 10: "Central-Local Dynamics: Historical Continuities and Institutional Resiliance.
The Census Bureau did not do as well estimating subcounty populations in Montana.
Control interventions were conducted in Kayoro Parish, Buteba Subcounty in March 1991, Petta Parish, Kisoko Subcounty in March 1993, and in Osukuru, Nyalakot and Kayoro Parishes, Osukuru Subcounty in April 2001.
Factors Affecting the Accuracy of Subcounty Population Forecasts.
Beginning in the Madi Opei subcounty of Kitgum District, this outbreak has progressed to become one of the largest hepatitis E outbreaks in Africa and globally.
6) Although information at the subcounty might be more appropriate in terms of defining the labor market, data for the variables of interest are not available for geographic levels smaller than the county.