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Morogoro is a town with a population of 315,866 (2012 census) in the eastern part of Tanzania, 196 kilometres (122 mi) west of Dar es Salaam, the country’s largest city and commercial centre, and 260 kilometres (160 mi) east of Dodoma, the country’s capital city. Morogoro is the capital of the Morogoro Region. It is also known informally as “Mji kasoro bahari,” which translates as “city short of an ocean/port
Morogoro lies at the base of the Uluguru Mountainsand is a centre of agriculture in the region. The Sokoine University of Agriculture is based in the city. A number of missions are also located in the city, providing schools and hospitals.
Morogoro is the home of Salim Abdullah, who was the founder of the Cuban Marimba jazz band, and the Morogoro Jazz Band, another well-known band established in 1944. From the mid-1960s to the 1970s, Morogoro was home to one of Tanzania’s most influential and celebrated musicians, Mbaraka Mwinshehe, a lead guitarist and singer-songwriter.
Morogoro is home to the Amani Centre, which has helped over 3,400 disabled people in the surrounding villages.