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Ilala Municipal Council was one of the first 38 Local Government Authorities to undergo restructuring as part of phase one of the Local Government Reform Programme (LGRP) in order to meet the qualities required by the Local Government Act No. 6 of 1999, which aims to devolve political, legal, administrative, and financial powers to local authorities. Ilala Municipal Council was established in 1992, following a decade of poor performance by the old Dar es Salaam City Council, which caused the government to organize a probe team that produced the Mulokozi Report. Following this analysis, the government decided to reform Dar es Salaam’s local government system in 1993.


In 1996, the government disbanded the City Council and established the Dar es Salaam City Commission as an interim administration with the broad mandates of the three restructuring programs. One of the programs was the formation of three new municipal councils, namely Ilala, Temeke, and Kinondoni, with the goal of responding to local demands and conditions for the best service delivery. Thus, on February 1, 2001, the Ilala Municipal Council (together with the citywide authority and the other two municipalities) was formally constituted.


Ilala Municipal Council is organized into three administrative divisions: Ilala, Ukonga, and Kariakoo. The district is divided into wards, which are further subdivided into mitaa. The ward is made up of a set number of mitaa. There are 36 wards and 159 mitaa in the Municipal Council. The wards are listed below: Buguruni, Chanika, Gerezani, Gongolamboto Ilala, Jangwani. Kariakoo, Kimanga, Kinyerezi, Kipawa, Kitunda, Kisutu. Kivukoni, Kivule, Kiwalani, Majohe, Mchafukoge, Mchikichini, Msongola, Pugu, Segerea, Tabata, Ukonga, Upanga East, Upanga West, Vingunguti

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Kigamboni District, offcially known as Municipal Council (Halimashauri ya Manispaa ya Kigamboni, in Swahili) is one of five districts of the Dar es Salaam Region of Tanzania. The district is bordered to the north by Ilala District, to the east by the Indian Ocean, the west by Temeke District, and to the south by the Mkuranga District of Pwani Region. It covers an area of 578.3 km2 (223.3 sq mi), making it the largest district the region by area.


The district is comparable in size to the land area of Micronesia. The administrative seat is Somangila.  The district is home to the headquarters of the Tanzanian Navy, The Kigamboni Naval Base. Also the district is home to the prestigious Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy. In addition the district is one of two districts in Dar es Salaam that has a National Historic Site, namely the Kimbiji Ruins. The 2012 National Tanzania Census states the population for Kigamboni as 162,932.


Kigamboni Municipal Council is divided into three sections on an administrative level. Additionally, these divisions are subdivided into 67 subwards (referred to as “Mitaa”) by 9 wards. There are 15 councilors in the municipal council, and two of them are lawmakers. Tungi, Vijibweni, Kimbiji, Kisarawe II, Kigamboni, Kigamboni District, Mjimwema, Kibada. Somangila, Pembamnazi. The District 65 km of coastline, the largest in Dar es Salaam Region. In addition, the Municipality is home to a number of tourism hotspots, including a mangrove forest reserve and the islands of Kendwa, Makatube, Fungu Baraka, and Sinda Island.

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Kinondoni District is a district in north west of Dar es Salaam’s central business district, Tanzania, others being Temeke (to the far Southeast) and Ilala (downtown Dar es Salaam). To the east is the Indian Ocean, to the north and west the Pwani Region of Tanzania. The 2002 Tanzanian National Census showed that the population of Kinondoni was 1,083,913.


The area of Kinondoni is 531 km².the latest population census of 2012 showed that population of Kinondoni was 1,775,049: 914,247 female and 860,802 male. There are 446,504 households in Kinondoni with the average of 4 person per household.The original inhabitants of Kinondoni were the Zaramo and Ndengereko, but due to urbanization the district has become multi-ethnic.


Dar es Salaam, (Arabic: “Abode of Peace” – Literally meaning a hub of peace), also spelled Dār al-Sālam, seat of government, largest city, industrial centre, and major port of Tanzania, eastern Africa. Its climate is hot and humid, with an annual rainfall of 43 inches (1,100 mm). Dar es Salaam was founded in 1862 by the sultan of Zanzibar on the site of the village of Mzizima. It remained only a small port until the German East Africa Company established a station there in 1887.


The starting point (1907) for the Central Line railroad, it served as the capital of German East Africa (1891–1916), Tanganyika (1961–64), and Tanzania (1964–74). (In 1974 Dodoma was designated Tanzania’s national capital. Pending completion of the transfer of official functions to Dodoma, however, Dar es Salaam remains the seat of most government administration.) The city was the scene of a terrorist attack on the U.S. embassy by Islamic militants in 1998, in which 10 Tanzanians were killed and scores more were injured.

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Temeke District, offcially the Temeke Municipal Council (Halimashauri ya Manispaa ya Temeke, in Swahili) is one of five districts of the Dar es Salaam Region of Tanzania. Temeke is bordered to the south by the Mkuranga District of the Pwani Region, to the north by the Indian Ocean, and to the northwest by the Ilala District. Temeke’s eastern boundary is shared by Kigamboni District. The district covers an area of 150.4 km2 (58.1 sq mi). The district is comparable in size to the land area of Cook Islands. The administrative seat is Miburani.


The district is home to the University of Dar es Salaam’s School of Education, the National Stadium, the largest stadium in the country, Port of Dar es Salaam the largest port in the country, and The Chamazi Stadium the largest privately owned stadium. The 2012 National Tanzania Census states the population of the district as 1,205,949 . Temeke Municipal has a total area of 240 square kilometers, including 5 kilometers of coastline. Due to its location in Tanzania’s tropical coastline region, Temeke Municipal Council is impacted by two key climatic factors: temperature and rainfall. Bimodal conventional rains accompany the bimodal type of rainfall pattern.


Between December and February, the Municipality experiences nearly constant monsoon rainfall. While there were prolonged periods of severe rain from March to June. Every year, there is between 800 and 1200 mm of rainfall. Like rainfall, temperature is likewise impacted by the ocean. The entire year is marked by high temperatures, which range from 35°C in January to March to 25°C from June to Augus. The Temeke Municipal Council is organized into 23 wards and two divisions on an administrative level.  The wards are: Azimio, Buza, Chamazi, Chang’ombe, Charambe, Keko, Kiburugwa, Kijichi, Kilakala, Kurasini, Makangarawe, Mbagala, Mbagala Kuu, Mianzini, Miburani, Mtoni, Sandali, Tandika, Temeke, Toangoma, Yombo Vituka

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Ubungo District, offcially the, Ubungo Municipal Council (Halimashauri ya Manispaa ya Ubungo, in Swahili) is one of five districts of the Dar es Salaam Region of Tanzania. The Kinondoni District and Kibaha of the Pwani Region border the district to the north; the Kisarawe District of Pwani Region borders it to the west; and the Ilala District borders the it to the south and east. The district covers an area of 269.4 km2 (104.0 sq mi).  The district is comparable in size to the land area of St. Kitts and Nevis.


The administrative seat is Kwembe. The district is home to the University of Dar es Salaam, The Magufuli Bus Terminal, the largest in the country, and Pande Game Reserve the largest protected land area in Dar es Salaam Region. In addition, the district is home to the largest natural gas powered power station, the Ubungo Thermal Power Station and the headquarters of the Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO). The 2012 National Tanzania Census states the population of the district as 845,368.


The fourteen (14) wards that make up the Ubungo Municipal Council are further subdivided into sub-wards known as Mtaa (single) or Mitaa (plural). It takes 91 Mitaa. Additionally, the Municipality includes two electoral districts: Ubungo and Kibamba. The Full Council, which is the entity in charge of municipal affairs, is made up of 14 Councillors, two of whom are elected MPs from specific constituencies. The wards are listed below: Goba, Kibamba, Kimara, Kwembe, Mabibo, Makuburi, Makurumla, Manzese, Mbezi, Mburahati, Msigani, Saranga, Sinza, Ubungo.

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