Ludewa District Council is one of six districts in the Njombe Region in Tanzania, East Africa. Prior to 2012, the district was one of the seven districts of Iringa Region. The town of Ludewa is the administrative seat of the district. A hospital is located in the city. The district is bordered to the north by the Njombe Rural District and Makete District, to the southeast by the Ruvuma Region and to the southwest by the country of Malawi across Lake Malawi/Lake Nyasa.
The Ludewa District Council envisages its people living in quality and sustainable livelihoods.
To collaborate with internal and external stakeholders in providing quality and sustainable development services based on priorities set on the basis of popular participation, democracy and good governance.
According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the Ludewa District had a population of 128,155
For parliamentary elections, Tanzania is divided into constituencies. As of the 2010 elections Ludewa District had one constituency:
Ludewa District is administratively divided into divisions.
In 2002, Ludewa District was administratively divided into twenty-two wards: After the reorganization where Ludewa was moved to Njombe Region in 2012, there were twenty-six wards.
Below are the 22 wards as follows:
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