Misungwi District Council is one of the seven districts of the Mwanza Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the north by Nyamagana District and Magu District, to the east by Kwimba District, to the south by Shinyanga Rural District and to the west by Nyang’hwale District and Lake Victoria. Misungwi is often spelled with an extra ‘s’ to make it Missungwi. The administrative centre is in the town of Misungwi.
“The mission of Misungwi District Council is to have a better life for its people by providing them with sustainable social and economic services on the basis of good governance.”
“The mission of Misungwi District Council is to ensure that all communities and stakeholders are fully involved in accessing sustainable economic and social services using the available resources and environment, including good governance.”
As of 2012, the population of the Misungwi District was 351,607, of which 30,728 are living in an urban area (Misungwi town).
As of 2012, Misungwi District was divided into four divisions and 27 wards.
In 2016 Misungwi district was reorganized into twenty seven (27) wards which are;
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