Apply 126 New FORM FOUR and Above Government Jobs Mara at RORYA DC and AMREF - Various Posts


Rorya District is a district in Mara Region, United Republic of Tanzania. The district capital is the small town of Ingri Juu,while the largest town is Shirati. The district was created in 2007 from a part of Tarime District. It is bordered by Tarime District to the east, Butiama District to the south, Lake Victoria to the west, and the Republic of Kenya to the north. The majority of inhabitants are from the Luo tribe. Other ethnic group is Kurya. Kine, Simbiti,Sweta and Hacha are sub-groups within Kurya ethnic group. According to the 2012 Tanzania National Census, the population of Rorya District was 265,241. 

Rorya District is among the newly established councils, which commenced official on 1 July 2007. It emerged from division of Tarime District Council. The district is in the north of Tanzania and lies between latitudes 1°00" – 1°45" south of the Equator and longitudes 33° 30" – 35° 0" east of the Meridian.

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Rorya district has two agro-economical zones — the midlands and low lands. The zones are between approximately attitudes 800mm and 1200mm with temperature varying from 14 °C to 30 °C. The annual rainfall ranges between 700mm and 1200mm. The district is bordered by the Republic of Kenya to the North, Tarime District to the east, Musoma District to the south and Lake Victoria to the Western side. Rorya District has a total area of 9,345 square kilometers. According to the housing census of 2002, the district had 217,176 people of which 101,907 are males and 115,269 are females. The average growth rate was 2.8% as from 1998 to 2002.

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Livestock keeping
More than 70% Rorya citizens participate in livestock keeping. At least 27,718 household are livestock keepers. The challenges they face are livestock diseases and theft. The suba people are good in livestock keeping in the district; livestock are used for providing milk, meat, capital for most economic transactions, cultural object for rites, and ploughing. The environmental impacts caused by livestock keeping include burning of forestry – preparation of pastures, soil erosion and compartment. The mitigation measures being advocated are destocking, zero grazing, and controlled burning. .

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New Government Job Opportunities Mara at AMREF Health Africa and RORYA District Council September, 2023
Today we announce jobs at RORYA District  Council and AMREF Health Africa. Read carefully all currently available jobs descriptions by follow link at the end of this advert....

(KUSOMA MAELEZO KAMILI AND TO APPLY DOWNLOAD PDF FILE KWA KUBONYEZA HAPA CHINI) Full details and mode of application please download PDF file below:

Position: Various Posts (126 Vacancies)
AMREF Health Africa and RORYA District Council
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 22nd September, 2023.