Tanzania. According to CountryAAH, DDodoma is the capital city of Tanzania. Foreign Minister Asha-Rose Migiro was appointed Deputy Secretary-General of the UN in February. She had been Foreign Minister for just one year, before that she was responsible for rural development, gender equality and children’s rights for four years.
The human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) called on Tanzania to suspend the banishment of up to 60,000 people of Rwandan origin and an unknown number with a background in Burundi. The ban began in 2006 and, according to Tanzania, affects people who have illegally resided in the country. However, many of those affected have lived in Tanzania all their lives and have previously been considered citizens. HRW criticized the indiscriminate selection methods and the often brusque treatment of those displaced.
Area: 947,303 km2 (world ranking: 30)
Population density: 60 per km2 (as of 2017, world ranking: 24)
Capital: Dodoma; Seat of government: Dar es Salaam (Dar es Salaam)
Official languages: Swahili, English
Gross domestic product: 52.1 billion US $; Real growth: 7.1%
Gross national product (GNP, per resident and year): 905 US$
Currency: 1 Tans.-Schilling (T.Sh.) = 100 cents
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Head of State: John Pombe MagufuliSamia Suluhu Hassan, Head of Government: Kassim Majaliwa Majaliwa, Exterior: Augustine Philip Mahiga
National holiday: 26.4.
Administrative division of the
mainland (Tanganyika): 25 regions; Zanzibar: 5 regions
State and form of government
Constitution of 1977; New constitution in preparation
Centrally governed presidential republic (in the Commonwealth) with special status for Zanzibar
Parliament: National Assembly (National Assembly / Bunge) with a maximum of 394 members (264 directly elected, 113 women indirectly elected; 5 members from Zanzibar / Pemba; up to 10 appointed by the President; up to 2 ex officio), election every 5 years
Direct election of the head of state every 5 years (single re-election)
Right to vote from 18 years
Population of: Tanzanians, last census 2012: 44,928,923 residents, a
total of 120 ethnic groups: approx. 60% Bantu groups (Haya, Makonde, Njamwesi, Sukuma, Chagga etc.); Maasai, Swahili and others
Cities (with population): Zanzibar City as of 2012: 501,459 residents.
Religions: 30-40% Muslims, 30-40% Christians; 20% followers of indigenous religions (as of 2006)
Languages: Swahili, English; Languages of the ethnic groups
Employed by economic sector: Agriculture. 67%, industry 6%, business 27% (2017)
Unemployment (in% of the labor force)
Inflation rate (in%): 2017: 5.3%
Foreign trade: Import: 9.9 billion US$ (2017); Export: US $ 4.5 billion (2017)
On the coast the climate is tropical and hot with up to 1,000 mm of precipitation and under the influence of the monsoon. In the highlands there is a temperate tropical climate with up to 2,000mm of precipitation.
Tanzania weather in March, April and May
Average daily temperatures between 27 ° C and 33 ° C can be expected over the next three months. In Kilimanjaro Airport (Arusha) it gets warmest in March, but May is noticeably cooler.
Do you want to go on a beach holiday? The water temperatures are in March, April and May 27-28 ° C. This is great weather for a great time on the beach and in the water.
In March it rains depending on the region of 10 (Kilimanjaro Airport (Arusha)) to 12 days (Dar es Salaam), in April at 14 (Mwanza) to 18 days (Dar es Salaam) and May to 8 (Mwanza) to 13 days (Dar es Salaam).
In the period from March to May, the sun shines an average of 5 to 8 hours a day. The sunniest weather is in Mwanza in March, but with less sun you will have to get by in Dar es Salaam in April.
Dodoma, capital of Tanzania; 190,600 residents (2012). Founded during the German colonial period, Dodoma became an important railway hub in the 1910s. To mark the crime of the colonial past and the anchorage in the countryside, the government decided in 1973 to move the capital from Dar es-Salaam, which would, however, remain the country’s commercial center. However, the transfer of ministries and other official functions has been slow and is not yet complete.
Dodoma is the center of a sparsely populated agricultural area and is a market town for products such as peanuts, corn, rice and wheat and also has some lighter industry.
There are two universities in the city: St. John’s University of Tanzania, run by the Anglican Church, and the State University of Dodoma. Good connections are found with Arusha, Dar es-Salaam and Tanga.