Majina ya Uhamisho Tamisemi 2022/2023 PDF Download;- Our country gained Independence on 09.12.1961 where Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere who was the first Prime Minister formed the Ministry of Local Government and Appointed Hon. Job Lusinde to be the first Minister to lead this Ministry. Followed by 19 Ministers including three (3) women including the current Minister Hon. Ummy Master. Uhamisho TAMISEMI List Of Transferred Public Servants 2022 pdf · Vibali vya Uhamisho 2022 | Uhamisho Watumishi june 2022 · Majina ya Uhamisho
From 1961 until now the Office of the President – PMO-RALG has been an independent Ministry, a Ministry under the Office of the Prime Minister and in the Office of the President as it is now. The decision on where to place it has been made to enhance the functioning of this Office.
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The Office of the President PMO-RALG is the only Ministry whose Headquarters has been established in Dodoma since the early seventies since the Government declared Government Headquarters to be Dodoma and in Dar es Salaam there have been small Offices.
The presence of the Dodoma Headquarters grew with the aim of providing equal opportunities for its key stakeholders especially the Regions and Local Government Authorities to reach Dodoma easily when they follow various services.
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The purpose of the existence of Local Government is to devolve power to the people whose origins are the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania of 1977 in Chapter 8, Articles 145 and 146. The transfer of power to the people through Local Government Authorities and That is why Local Government and Citizen participation in the development process are enshrined in the Constitution and Laws of the United Republic of Tanzania.
When our country gained independence there were ten administrative states that were inherited from the British colonial rule in 1966. The first President, the late Julius Kambarage Nyerere, by the delegated authority created 15 Regions and abolished the system of division of the country in the States.
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To date our country has 26 Regions, 139 Districts, 184 Councils, 570 Divisions, 3,956 Wards, 12,319 Villages, 64,384 Suburbs and 4,263 Streets. After independence there were a total of 45 Councils and by 2009 there were 129 Councils and they have continued to increase to 184 in 2021.
During Independence there were no City Councils and now there are 6 City Councils, there was one Dar es Salaam Municipal Council and now there are 20 Municipal Councils, there were 9 City Councils and now there are 21 City Councils and District Councils were 10 and now there are 137 District Councils.
The government continued with the Local Government system inherited from the Colonials and used it as a tool for development on a democratic basis. Due to the various challenges facing the functioning of Local Government Authorities after independence in the early seventies, the Government abolished these Authorities and established a system of Regional Power.
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This system made Local Governments dependent on the Central Government for everything due to citizens not participating in decisions and also in development activities, the country’s economy declined and living standards declined.
Due to this situation, the Local Governments on behalf of the City Authorities were reinstated in 1978 and in 1984 the Local Governments were restored on the part of the District Authorities were also reinstated.
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With the aim of strengthening Local Governments and enabling them to provide better services to the people, the Government has been taking various measures. One of these steps is the introduction of the Local Government System Improvement Program launched in 1998 which focused on devolving power to the people (D by D).
During the period of reform, the Government issued a Policy Paper on Local Government Reform Program on Decentralization by Devolution (D-by-D) as an effective way to achieve and accelerate socio-economic development and enhance the delivery of services to citizens. This policy decision is aimed at overcoming the shortcomings of the previous systems and addressing the existing challenges.
The concept of D by D is based on the transition from a Central Government Powers system to all decisions with Local Governments as the sole Executor (ie the importer and the Executor) to the local government system with the Legal Authority to decide matters in their location and implement them.
Thus, having a framework for dialogue relations in the implementation of development activities. This concept aims to bring more power to the people.