subcounty


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subcounty

(ˈsʌbˌkaʊntɪ)
n, pl -ties
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a division of a county
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Counter receipt books register is used for issuance and control of receipt books by the National Treasury accountants at the Lands ministry headquarters and subcounty treasury field offices.
My complaints to police bosses in Suba North SubCounty keep hitting a brick wall," he said.
The sentiment was echoed by a Mathira East Subcounty nurse who said, "I wish I can repeat all the cervical cancer screenings I have done on my previous clients, because clearly I have been doing the wrong thing.
The company will build substations in Bondo and Ndigwa, Rarieda subcounty, and complete Rangala substation in Ugunja constituency to increase the voltage.
In Kenya, concordance was higher between data reported at the subcounty and health facility levels (63%) than between different data sources within the health facility (0%-31%); in Ghana, concordance was poor between subdistrict and health facility data (25%).
Additionally, age group, subcounty of residence, gravida and mother's education level were compared between time periods.
Similarly, we expected consumer demand, barriers to enrollment, and ultimately QHP selection to also vary at the subcounty level.
Incidence of malaria parasite infection by subcounty and cohort, Kenya, 2013 and 2014 Subcounty Cohort No.
14) A health center level II (HC II) serves a parish, a health center level III (HC III) serves a subcounty, a health center level IV (HC IV) serves a county and a hospital serves a district.
Meyer uses the example of looking at housing data within this database, noting how to go from the state level down to a county or subcounty level.