Monduli District council - Wards

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Wards

The Monduli District is administratively divided into twenty wards

1. Engarenaibor

2. Engaruka

 

3. Engutoto

4. Esilalei

5. GelaiLumbwa

6. GelaiMeirugoi

7. Kitumbeine

8. Lolkisale

9. Longido

10. Makuyuni

11. Matale

12. Moita

13. MonduliJuu

14. MonduliMjini

15. MtowaMbu

16. Namanga

17. Ol-molog

18. Selela

19. Sepeko

20. Tingatinga

CLIMATE

The Monduli District is near the city of Arusha and Mt. Meru. The Monduli Mountains run through the area. The area contains plain land, rainforest, and mountains. The famous volcano OldoinyoLengai, Maasai for Mountain God, resides among the Monduli Mountains. This volcano holds a special place in the hearts of the local Maasai and is a stunning geographic landmark.

ECONOMIC PROFILE

The presiding factor of the Economy of the area is agriculture, it accounts for 45% of the GDP. This includes both commercial and peasantry farms. The second biggest part of the economy is Tourism, which accounts for about 20% of the regions GDP. In 2007 the regions GDP accounted for approximately 4.5% of the country’s GDP.

TOURISM

The Monduli District is an extremely popular tourist spot. One is able to wander the hills and plains, while observing the wildlife. People often visit the area in order to witness first hand how the local people, the Maasai, live. They have the opportunity to hike with a Maasai villager and stay in a Maasaiboma. The Red Market is a small market held every Sunday in the village of MonduliJuu. In the market the villagers are able to purchase all their necessities, including clothing, food, and livestock. Local tourist attractions include include Lake Manyara, Mount Meru, Kilimanjaro, Serengeti, and the Ngorongoro Crater. These other attractions help promote the Monduli District and assist in bringing people to the area.

WILDLIFE

There is a variety of wildlife among the Monduli DC. These animals range from hyenas, to elephants, to wild boars. The insects of the area are also very abundant. Monduli district authority has launched the first ever Africa’s Natural Resources, Wildlife and Environment Research Park, which is expected to add value to the country’s tourism sector Monduli district owns part of Lake Manyara National Park and a section of Tarangire National Park

 

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