Kibondo District

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Kibondo District is one of the four districts of the Kigoma Region of Tanzania, East Africa. It is bordered to the north by the Kagera Region, to the east by the Shinyanga Region and Tabora Region, to the south by the Kigoma Urban District, to the west by the Kasulu District and to the northwest by Burundi.

As of 2002, the population of Kibondo District was 414,764.[1]

The District Commissioner of the Kibondo District is Kanal John A. Mzurikwao.[2]

Wards[edit]

As of 2002, Kibondo District was administratively divided into twenty wards:[1]

Nengo Biturana

Further reading[edit]

  • Buzard, Nan. Information-Sharing and Coordination Among NGOs Working in the Refugee Camps of Ngara and Kibondo, Tanzania, 1994-1998. Cambridge, Mass: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Center for International Studies, 2000.
  • Kavura, R. M. The Problem of Developmental Leadership in Kibondo (Kigoma Region). Dar es Salaam: University College, 1970.
  • Morof, Diane F, et al. 2007. Refugee Family Planning: User Profiles from Mtendeli Refugee Camp in Kibondo, Tanzania. Contraception. 76, no. 2: 175.
  • Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and World Food Programme. Kibondo Refugee Camps. Geneva, Switzerland: Unhcr, 2003.
  • Shirika la Chakula Bora Tanzania. Nutrition Situation in Kakonko and Kasanda Divisions, Kibondo District: Baseline Survey Report. Dar es Salaam: Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre, 1999.

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