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    Lushoto, known as Wilhelmstal during the
    German colonial rule, is one of the eight districts of Tanga Region in
    Tanzania. It is bordered to the northeast by Kenya, to the east by the
    Muheza District, to the northwest by the Kilimanjaro Region and to the
    south by the Korogwe District. The district’s capital and largest town
    is Lushoto.It was formerly known as Wilhelmstal (William’s Valley) and
    was named after Emperor Wilhelm II.

    During the German colonial period from the 1890s to 1918 the area was
    popular with settlers, hence the German place name of Wilhelmstal. Large
    farms and plantations were created, and the district was valued for its
    pleasant mountain climate. Numerous church missions were, and remain,
    active.

    Between 1893 and 1911 the German Ostafrikanische
    Eisenbahngesellschaft (East African Railway Company) constructed an
    important railway line starting at Tanga on the coast and passing along
    the Usambara Mountains with a station at Mombo, about 20 kilometers (12
    mi) from Wilhelmstal, to “New” Moshi at Kilimanjaro.

    The
    initial plan of the Usambarabahn was to connect the port of Tanga with
    Lake Victoria by passing south of the Usambara Mountains. This was in
    direct competition with parallel British efforts in colonial Kenya. From
    4 June 1912 to 12 May 1913 the line was renamed Nordbahn(Northern
    Railway).

    According
    to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Lushoto
    District was 419,970. By 2012, the population had increased to
    492,441.

    Job Descriptions

    Today
    we announce jobs at LUSHOTO District Council. Read carefully all
    currently available jobs descriptions by downloading PDF File attached.

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    DOWNLOAD PDF FILE

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