The Nkasi District Council was established in 1983. It is divided into 5 Divisions which are Namanyere, Wampembe, Kirando, Chala and Kate. These divisions are also subdivided into twenty eighty ward (28), ninety (90) villages and seven hundred and twenty one (721) sub-villages and two (2) constituencies which are Nkasi South and Nkasi North. It is located on the South West Part of Tanzania between Lake Tanganyika and Lake Rukwa and lies between longitude 30o 20’-31o 30’ East of Prime Meridian and Latitude 6o 58’-8o 17” South of the Equator. The major unique characteristic of the district is a long shore of lake Tanganyika, which covers 186 kilometers from Kalila village to Kilambo. According to the Population and Housing Census (2012), Nkasi District Council has a total population of 281,200 people out of which; 137,041 are males and 144,159 are females. The population growth rate is at 4.5 % and household volume is 5 people per household. The District Council in collaboration within Stakeholders intends to provide satisfying high quality sense through the adherence to good governance and priorities set by the community in relation to available resources by 2020.
NEW VACANCIES AT NKASI DISTRICT COUNCIL, OCTOBER 2022
The executive director of the council is inviting applications from Tanzanians to fill new vacant positions. READ FULL DETAILS THROUGH THE PDF DOCUMENT ATTACHED BELOW: