Ilala Municipal Council
Elala is a city in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, the others being Temeke in the south and Kinondoni in the north. The 2012 Tanzania National Census states the population of Ilala is 1,220,611
Its Population is 21,980 Belongs to old part of city centre. Has of late turned into an area with many high business/residential buildings, but also has many poor concrete houses. Busy business area during daytime. Some parts with piped water from DAWASCO. Majority rely on bore holes for water. Old underground sewerage system.
Its Population is 21,730 Congested unplanned densely populated residential/commercial area, mainly with poor houses. Some small-scale industries. Established as part of the city in the 1940’s. No central supply of piped water. Majority rely on privately owned bore holes and shallow wells. DAWASCO also has water kiosks.
Its Population is 25,570 Congested unplanned densely populated residential/commercial area, mainly with poor houses. Established as industrial and city farming area in 1960’s; later also grew into a residential area. No central supply of piped water. Private and government owned bore holes, and traditional hand dug shallow wells.
Its Population is 3,490 Mixture of houses, from newly well-built to poor mud houses. Established as part of the city in 1970’s. Small part with piped water from DAWASCO. Majority rely on private bore holes and shallow wells. Buying of water from vendors common.
Its Population is 5,010 Unplanned non-surveyed fast-growing new settlement. Most houses good and well built, though there are few poor ones. Established as part of the city in 1990’s. No central supply of piped water. Private bore holes and hand dug wells common.
Its Population is 470 Peri-urban. With the rapid expansion of city has recently turned into a residential area. Houses ranging from newly built to poor mud houses. Some small-scale farming. No central supply of piped water. Private and government owned bore holes. Hand dug wells common. Also water from streams.
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