Sensa ya watu na makazi 2022, This article provide you every thing you Need to Know about Sensa 2022. Differences between the 2022 Census and previous Censuses: – In the 2022 census it is expected to have new features such as; Allocate geographical areas of census at the district / local level and access to statistical information at the district / local levels as well as having permanent boundaries at those levels;. Use of tablets at all stages of census implementation with the aim of reducing costs; Additional questions that will enable access to more statistical information compared to the 2012 Census: –
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Demographic information (age at first marriage); Questions about disability (Headache, Spine Spine, Epilepsy / Epilepsy, Mbalanga / storiasis and Autism Spectrum Disorder); Mobility questions in accordance with IOM (International Organization of Migration) recommendations; Questions about ownership of national documents (NIDA IDs, small business IDs, Zanzibar resident, passport, and driver’s license);
Improvements in questions of economic activity including the number of households in the informal sector; Land tenure and ICT information Housing statistics (list, ownership status and type of home) Agricultural and livestock issues
Population and Housing Census Commissioner Hon. Anne Makinda
2022 Population and Housing Census Commissioner Hon. Anne Makinda has called on Religious and Traditional leaders to provide education on the importance of the Census so that all citizens can participate fully in the 2022 Population and Housing Census.
Speaking at a conference organized by the Twariqatul religious institution, the Census Commissioner said religious and traditional leaders have a key role to play in ensuring that the Tanzanian public has an understanding of the 2022 Population and Housing Census and is actively involved. He said the best social services provided to citizens are based on statistics and citizen participation in various Censuses including the 2022 Population and Housing Census.
Also 2022 Population and Housing Census Commissioner Hon. Anne Makinda has urged artists to use their artistic role in educating and encouraging citizens and their followers to come forward to be counted during the Census exercise in August, 2022.
Speaking at a Music Festival organized by the Tanzania Music Foundation (TAMUFO) in Karatu District, Kamisaa said artists are an important group in conveying the Census message to the people.
“Music is entertainment but it conveys the message quickly and easily to the people,” he said, adding that all people, regardless of their nationality, will be counted on Census Day and therefore it is everyone’s responsibility to be counted on the eve of Census Day.
Meaning of Population and Housing Census
Population and housing census is a process of collecting, analyzing, evaluating and publishing and disseminating demographic, economic and social data related to all persons and their settlements in a country for a specified period. In other words, the census is a special exercise aimed at finding the total population in a country, by age and gender, place of residence and status of education, employment status, birth status and mortality and housing status. These basic data are the ones that can match the real needs of citizens including special groups with special needs for example, people with disabilities, women, children, youth and the elderly thus facilitating the development of policies and development plans according to the need and environment.
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Tanzania in Figures 2020
Tanzania in Figures 2020 booklet gives clear insight of Tanzania’s economic performance, social, environment and political spheres. This booklet presents data series for the period from 2016 to 2020.
The booklet provides aggregated data and contains information from various official statistical publications compiled by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Sector Ministries, Government Departments and Agencies. The information presented are useful to policy makers, for planning, monitoring and evaluation of various development programs at all levels.