Wednesday, October 11, 2023

New FORM FOUR Government Job Opportunities at LINDI Municipal Council October, 2023

  AjiraLeo Tanzania       Wednesday, October 11, 2023
Jobs in Tanzania 2023: New Government Job Vacancies at LINDI Municipal Council, 2023
Government Job Opportunities at LINDI Municipal Council 2023, Ajira Mpya Lindi 2023, Nafasi Za Kazi Serikalini 2023
Lindi Region (Mkoa wa Lindi in Swahili) is one of Tanzania's 31 administrative regions. The region covers an area of 66,040 km2 (25,500 sq mi). The region is comparable in size to the combined land area of the nation state of Sri Lanka. The regional capital is the municipality of Lindi.

The Lindi Region borders on Pwani Region, Morogoro Region, Ruvuma Region, and Mtwara Region. The name Lindi is an old Swahili word meaning "hiding pits", a place where Swahili people will hide to defend themselves from hostile invasions. The region is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely; Kilwa Kisiwani and Selous Game Reserve. According to the 2012 national census, the region had a population of 864,652, which was lower than the pre-census projection of 960,236. For 2002–2012, the region's 0.9 percent average annual population growth rate was the 29th highest in the country.  It was also the least densely populated region with 13 people per square kilometer.

Geology and terrain: Lindi Region is the third largest region in Tanzania with a total area of 66,040 km2 (25,500 sq mi), after Morogoro Region at 70,624 km2 (27,268 sq mi). Lindi 's size is around 7.1% of the entire Tanzanian territory. In comparison, Lindi is larger than the island nation of Sri Lanka which has a total land area of 62,732 square kilometers. Lindi Bay, located in the region, is one of the largest bays in the country. The highest peak in Lindi Region, Kongowele (830m) is located in Nachingwea District. Lindi has 23 islands in its territory with the largest being Songo Mnara Island, followed by Kilwa Kisiwani Island and Songo Songo Island.

Economy: In terms of GDP, the regional economy of Lindi makes a very small contribution to the national economy, accounting for only about 2% of GDP. This is a result of the potentials not being fully utilized to contribute to the national economy generally and the regional economy specifically. In fact, Singida, Pwani, and Lindi are the three regions that contribute the least to the GDP of the nation; Dar es Salaam, Mwanza, and Mbeya are the two regions that contribute the most. With 1,127,104 TZS annually, Lindi is ranked 11th out of 21 Tanzanian regions, followed by Rukwa, Mara, and Mtwara with 1,116,699 TZS, 1,095,641 TZS, and 1,041,805 TZS, respectively. Dar es Salaam tops the list with 1,990,043 TZS, and Iringa comes second with 1,660,532 TZS per person. However, throughout the years 2000 to 2013, the Coast area, Singida, or both trailed Lindi region in terms of regional GDP annual contribution, coming in at 19 or 20.

New Government Jobs Vacancies at LINDI Municipal Council October, 2023
Today we announce jobs at LINDI Municipal Council. Read carefully all currently available jobs descriptions by downloading PDF File attached...
Full details and application download PDF file through the link below:
Position: Driver (1 Vacancy)
Deadline: 23rd October, 2023.

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