7 New Government Various Jobs at Njombe RRH February 2024

Njombe Region
Njombe Region (Mkoa wa Njombe in Swahili) is one of Tanzania’s 31 administrative regions. The region covers a land area of 21,347 km2 (8,242 sq mi). The region is comparable in size to the combined land area of the nation state of El Salvador. Njombe Region is bordered to the north by the Iringa Region and Mbeya Region, to the east by Morogoro Region, to the south by the Ruvuma Region and to the west by Lake Nyasa. The regional capital is the municipality of Njombe. According to the 2012 national census, the region had a population of 702,097.

Etymology
The name Njombe originated from a name of a tree species called ‘Mdzombe’ for singular and Mazdombe for plural which then dominant in one of its localities known as Mdandu. And it was in Mdandu where the Germans chose to build an administrative and defence block; the Boma.

Economy
The agricultural industry dominates the local economy of Njombe Region. Agriculture made up 42.3 percent of the economy in 2016, 48.4 percent in 2017, 47.4 percent in 2018, and 45.2 percent in 2019. The second-largest contributor to GDP, the services sector, generated 33.6 percent of it in 2016, 30 percent in 2017, 29.6 percent in 2018, and 32.6 percent in 2019. In each of the four years, the industry and construction sectors made up a smaller portion of the GDP.
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There is subsistence farming as well as commercial farming. The majority of the region’s cash income in 2019 comes from the agriculture industry, primarily from the production of tea, beans, maize, groundnuts, potatoes, paddy, and sunflowers. Additionally, it contributes roughly 45.2% of the region’s GDP.

Population
The Njombe Region is the ancestral homeland to the following people groups: Bena, Pangwa, Kinga, Wanji, Poroto, Kisi, Mwelya, Sandia and Manda. The majority of the District is populated by the Bena ethnic group, while the majority of the Ludewa DC is made up of Pangwa, Manda, and Kisi. Wanji ethnic group is only present in Makete DC, while Ngoni and Nyakyusa make up the majority of Njombe TC and Makete DC.

7 Various Job Vacancies at Njombe Regional Referral Hospital February 2024

Job Descriptions
The Njombe Regional Referral Hospital would like to announce job opportunities for the following positions as described in  attached PDF file:
Position: Various Posts (7 Vacancies
Deadline for application is 04th March, 2024.
DOWNLOAD PDF FILE HERE!

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