Kibondo District Council was established in 1983 following Law No. 7 (Local Government Authorities) of 1982. This is one of the 8 Councils that make up the Kigoma Region. Previously, the Council was sheltering refugees from Congo and Burundi during the war.The District located in northen part of Kigoma Region with about 8,364.84 square Kilometers and great part of the area covered by forest and game reserve.The District lies between latitude 3.90 –5.00 S, and longitude 30.20-31.500 E with an average altitude, that ranges between 1,000m and 1,700m above the sea level. The District shares boundaries with Kakonko Districts on the north, Bukombe District (Shinyanga) on the East, Urambo District (Tabora) on the South East, Kasulu and Kigoma Districts on the South West and Republic of Burundi on the West. The District is divided into three divisions namely Kibondo, Mabamba and Kifura. Further sub -divided into 19 wards, 50 registered villages and 416 (hamlets) sub villages. According to 2012 national Population and housing cences report, Kibondo District had a population of 261,331 of which 125,284 males and 136,047 are females. The District is divided into three ecological zones.
NEW VACANCIES AT KIBONDO DISTRICT COUNCIL, JANUARY 2023
The Council is inviting applications from Tanzanians to fill new vacant positions. READ FULL DETAILS THROUGH THE PDF DOCUMENT BELOW: