Definition of Ndjamena
1. Noun. The capital and largest city of Chad; located in the southwestern on the Shari river.
Generic synonyms: National Capital
Group relationships: Chad, Republic Of Chad, Tchad
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ndjamena
Ndjamena (current term)
Literary usage of Ndjamena
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Protectors Or Pretenders?: Government Human Rights Commissions in Africa by Binaifer Nowrojee (2001)
"""Human Rights Watch interview, CNDH commissioner (NGO representative) (name witheld on request), Ndjamena, Chad, July 1, 1999. ..."
2. Landmine Monitor Report 1999: Toward a Mine-free World by International Campaign to Ban Land Mines (1999)
"Chad has three hospital structures capable of treating war-related injuries: Faya Largeau Hospital in the north; the National Hospital in Ndjamena and the ..."
3. Landmine Monitor Report 2000: Toward a Mine-Free World by International Campaign to Ban Land Mines, International Campaign to Ban Landmines (2000)
"Faya Largeau is also mined due to its position as the staging point for a military advance upon the capital Ndjamena. In the east, the Iriba and Guereda ..."
4. Technology Against Terrorism: The Federal Effort (1992)
"... 1989. from Ndjamena to Paris on September 19,1989; and Avianca Flight 203 on November 27,1989, just after take-off from Bogota on a flight to Cali. ..."
5. International Religious Freedom (2000): Report to Congress by the Department edited by Barbara Larkin (2001)
"However, since the beginning of 2000, he has experienced problems with the Islamic Committee in Ndjamena for painting their name and logo on his car. ..."
6. American Airpower Comes of Age: General Henry H. "Hap" Arnold's World War II by Henry Harley Arnold, John W. Huston (2001)
"Fort Lamy is a city in French Equitorial Africa, now Ndjamena, capital of Chad. 281. Arnold identified the Governor, Sir Allan Burns, and his lady in the ..."
7. Resource Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa by Matthias Basedau, Andreas Mehler (2005)
"At Ndjamena he was able to study philosophy and, as an independent candidate, to pass the examinations for the baccalaureate (Gardinier 1994:64-69). ..."