WALIOCHAGULIWA KAZI YA SENSA 2022 MBEYA
Mbeya Region is one of the four (4) regions in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania. Other regions are Rukwa, Iringa and Ruvuma. Mbeya region was established in 1961 and was known as ‘Southern Highland Province’ by including some areas of Iringa and Rukwa regions.
The region has an area of km. of 63,617 square meters of which approx. of 61,783 square meters are land and km. of 1,834 square meters is the water area.
According to the Population and Housing Census held in 1967 the region had 969,053 people, the Population and Housing Census of 2002 Mbeya Region had a total of 2,063,328 people.
As of 2010, the region was estimated to have 2,662,156 people. Mbeya Region is located in the southwest of the Southern Highlands region of Tanzania.
The province is located in Latitude between 7º and 9º 31′ south of the Equator and Longitude between 32º and 35º east of Greenwich.
The region borders Zambia and Malawi on the south, Rukwa Region on the west, Tabora and Singida Regions on the north, while on the east it borders Iringa Region.
The town of Tunduma in Mbozi District and Kasumulu in Kyela District, make entry and exit points to the countries of Zambia and Malawi.
During the British colonial era, Mbeya Region was known as ‘Southern Highland Province’. The region was connecting some areas of the current three regions which are Iringa and Rukwa.
The name of Mbeya is derived from the Safwa word “Ibheya” which means salt, due to merchants arriving and exchanging their produce for salt.
The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania, is preparing to do so, Population and Housing Census which will be held on 23 August 2022.
To achieve In this census, the Government is announcing temporary vacancies for CORRESPONDENTS AND CESSION MANAGERS for Tanzanians with the right motives and qualifications as specified in this announcement
WALIOCHAGULIWA KAZI YA SENSA 2022 MBEYA. NBS imetangaza na kutoa majina ya waliochaguliwa kufanya kazi ya sensa 2022
1. What kind of information will be collected during the 2022 Population and Housing Census?
The information requested will include: –
Demographic information (age, gender, marital status)
Disability information (type of disability, and source of disability);
Statement of national identity and parental identity;
Economic activity reports;
Land Ownership and ICT Information;
Reproductive status information;
Reports of deaths and maternal deaths;
Housing information, home ownership status, equipment / resources and environmental control; Information on agriculture, livestock, fisheries and forestry;
Information about the TASAF program Property / house information Residential addresses
Community service information at Kitongoji / Shehia and Local level.
2. What kind of information will be collected during the 2022 Population and Housing Census?
Yes, as in the Census and other statistical studies, in accordance with the Statistics Act Chapter 351, the information you provide to the Census Clerk will be confidential and will be used for statistical purposes only.
According to this law, every Census Clerk shall sign an affidavit to maintain the confidentiality of all information he or she collects and under that oath shall not disclose the information sent to him or her
To collect from anyone other than to submit such information as in National Bureau of Statistics and Office of the Chief Statistician, Zanzibar. Any clerk convicted of violating the oath of allegiance will be prosecuted and punished in accordance with this Act.
3. How will I identify the 2022 Population and Housing Census Clerk?
The Census Clerk will arrive at the household with an identity card and a special uniform identifying him or her. He will also be accompanied by the Chairman or Leader of the Local Government / Sub-district / Shehia.
4. Is It Legal To Answer Census Questions?
Yes, answering Census questions is a legal requirement in accordance with the Statistics Act Chapter 351.
Your collaboration with the Census and Housing Census Clerk of 2022 by providing accurate information will facilitate and achieve Census where the results will accelerate human development and housing in all administrative areas of the country.
5. Is UVIKO-19 not a barrier to participating in the 2022 Population and Housing Census?
No, UVIKO-19 is not a barrier to anyone participating in the 2022 Census as according to the development of the disease
All Clerks and executives in this Census will adhere to all precautions directed by health professionals to avoid infecting the public or their infection.
and citizens during the Census exercise.