Buhigwe District is one of the eight districts of the Kigoma Region of Tanzania. It is one of the 20 new districts that were formed in Tanzania since 2010; it was split off from Kasulu Rural District. Buhigwe District is bordered to the north by Burundi, to the east by Kasulu Rural District and Kasulu Urban District, and to the west by Kigoma Rural District. Its administrative seat is the town of Buhigwe.According to the 2012 Tanzania National Census, the population of Buhigwe District was 254,342.
Buhigwe natural geographical position is characterized by topography, soil fertility, favorable climatic conditions and reliable infrastructures and soon the District will be electrified by thermal power that will make Buhigwe best option for investors. The District council is proud of production in maize, beans, banana and cassava for food crops while coffee, oil palm and ginger is considered to be cash crop and opportunity of establishing sugar cane plantation along Malagarasi River. The topographical and favorable conditions found in Buhigwe may attract tourism activities. The area is characterized by attractive landscapes such as gullies and a number of valleys.
Economy Agriculture is the main income-generating activity in the District. Over 85% of the inhabitants depend on crop and animal husbandry. Total arable land is 1,277.796 square kilometres (493.360 sq mi) or 84.9% of the total District area. Out of that, only 50% of the land is actually cultivated, therefore there is a wide room for expansion.
Livestock keeping practiced in Buhigwe District is both traditional and commercial in nature. A large proportion of cattle, goats and sheep are indigenous dominated by pastoralists and agro-pastoralists. The District has about 29,665 cattle, 17,506 goats, 3,893 sheep, 852 pigs, 123,517 chicken and 9,220 ducks. The District is rich of cattle population due favorable weather condition as compared to other District in Kigoma Region] The District is on serious planning in controlling tsetse fly in cooperation with other stakeholder within and outside the District. However, the number and quality of the livestock kept has remained low compared to the high population growth of the District and demand. s.
Names Called for Interview KIGOMA at BUHIGWE District Council – 2021
Today we announce names called for interview at Buhigwe District Council. Read carefully all names called for interview by downloading PDF File attached…Follow link below to download PDF file which contain all names and additional information.…
Released 31st January, 2021.