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Gairo District Council-Morogoro, Tanzania

Gairo District Council is one of the seven districts of the Morogoro Region of Tanzania, East Africa. It is located in the northwest corner of Morogoro Region. The administrative seat is in the town of Gairo
Gairo District was established by Government Proclamation No. 75 dated 02/03/2012 following the division of Kilosa District, and later the implementation of Council activities officially began in July 2013. Gairo is located northwest of Morogoro Region and is accessed by the main road Morogoro-Dodoma.
The area of ​​the District is 1,851.34 Square Kilometers. it borders Kongwa and Mpwapwa Districts to the West, Kilosa is to the South and to the East are Kilosa and Mvomero. In addition to the North it borders part of Kongwa and Kiteto Districts.
Gairo is estimated to have a population of 193,011 (Me 93,206 and Ke 99,805, this is according to the 2012 Population and Housing Census. The average household population is 5.2 equivalent to an increase of 2.6 percent per year.
The district is made up of two divisions, 18 wards, 50 villages and 304 suburbs (23 of which are under the Gairo Small Town Authority). There is one electoral constituency of Gairo. A total of 24 councilors including 18 elected and 6 are special seats.
Constituencies
For parliamentary elections, Tanzania is divided into constituencies. As of the 2010 elections the area that became Gairo District (formerly part of Kilosa District) had one constituency:
Gairo Constituency
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Wards
As of 2012, Gairo District Council was administratively divided into eight wards:
Gairo
Mandege
Rubeho
Chagongwe
Chanjale
Kibedya
Chakwale
Iyogwe
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