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Kilosa District Council-Morogoro, Tanzania

Kilosa District Council is one of the six districts of the Morogoro Region of Tanzania. Its administrative seat is the town of Kilosa. Kilosa District covers 14,918 square kilometres (5,760 sq mi). It is bordered to the north by the Manyara Region, to the northeast by the Tanga Region, to the east by Mvomero District, to the southeast by Morogoro Rural District, to the south by Kilombero District, to the southwest by the Iringa Region and to the west by the Dodoma Region.
According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Kilosa District was 489,513
Mission
“To provide the community with services and a better life by creating a conducive environment for participation in bringing about sustainable social and economic development in Kilosa District”
Vision
“A better life for all”
Constituencies
For parliamentary elections, Tanzania is divided into constituencies. As of the 2015 elections Kilosa District had two constituencies:
Kilosa Constituency
Mikumi Constituency
Divisions
As of 1997, Kilosa District was administratively divided into nine divisions.
1997 divisions
The nine 1997 divisions were:
Gairo Division, the northernmost part of Kilosa District
Kilosa Division
Kilosa Mijni (municipality)
Kimamba Division
Magole Division
Masanze Division
Mikumi Division
Rudewa Division
Ulaya Division, the central part of southern Kilosa District.
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Wards
As of 2002, Kilosa District Council was administratively divided into forty- six wards:
In 2012 the following eight wards became part of the newly created Gairo District:
Gairo
Mandege
Rubeho
Chagongwe
Chanjale
Kibedya
Chakwale
Iyogwe
The thirty-eight wards remaining in Kilosa district from 2012:
Berega
Chanzuru
Dumila
Kasiki
Kidete
Kidodi
Kilangali
Kimamba ‘A’
Kimamba ‘B’
Kisanga
Lumbiji
Luhembe
Lumuma
Mabwerebwere
Magole
Magomeni
Magubike
Malolo (Tanzania)
Mamboya
Masanze
Mbumi
Mikumi
Mkwatani
Msowero
Rudewa
Ulaya
Uleling’ombe
Vidunda
Zombo
Mamoyo
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