American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The capital and largest city of Uganda, in the southern part of the country on Lake Victoria. It grew around a fort established in 1890. Population: 1,180,000.
- n. the capital and largest city of Uganda on the north shore of Lake Victoria
“I first met Tajudeen in Kampala in 1994 during the 7th Global Pan African Congress where he was crowned Secretary General of the movement.”
“Now, the situation in Kampala has caused a premature announcement (of sorts) for this service.”
“Fresh Apples, who has been posting updates since the riots began, reports that the government posted guards at the CBS radio masts on Buziga Hill in Kampala:”
“Any news I am receiving on the situation in Kampala I am getting from Twitter, Facebook and blogs.”
“At the African Union Summit in Kampala, Uganda in July, the Africa leaders precisely called for such a new financing window at the Global Fund to integrate the control of AIDS, TB, and malaria directed towards maternal, newborn, and child health.”
“We have heard repeatedly -- most recently at a gathering of African women's civil society organizations in Kampala -- that a key challenge for women working on the ground is a lack of resources.”
“In the year since it was endorsed in Kampala, a growing number of states have shown their determination to turn the Convention into reality by signing it, but the number of ratifications remains insufficient.”
“GayUganda, who also lives in Kampala, describes the riots:”
“In September 2009, the tension between the two led to deadly riots in Kampala, and citizens fear that the fire could lead to future [...] 17 March 2010, 2: 32 am drs Rowaldo F”
“Araalingua, an American living in Kampala, collected a number of Facebook status updates from friends in the city:”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Kampala’.
Looking for tweets for Kampala.