Bunda District Council-Mara, Tanzania

Bunda District Council
Bunda is one of the seven districts of Mara Region in the United Republic of Tanzania, East Africa. It is bordered to the north by the Musoma Rural District and Butiama District, to the east by Serengeti District, to the south by Bariadi District and Busega District, and to the west by Lake Victoria. The district administration town is also called Bunda, located on the north-south trans-national all tarmac highway from Kenya to Zambia via Tarime and the lakeside municipalities of Musoma, Mwanza, and thereon to Mbeya in southern Tanzania. The district has four divisions: Kenkombyo, Nansimo, Serengeti and Chamuriho.
Bunda Town, a small town 70 km south of Musoma and west of the Serengeti National Park, serves as the district’s capital. According to the 2012 Tanzania National Census, the population of Bunda District was 335,061
Bunda County Council is a local government authority established in the year 1984 under the authority of the county under the provisions of Sections 8 and 9 of 1982 as from the first day of January 1984
Bunda location:
Bunda County Council is one of eight county councils in the Mara region. It is located between 1:30 and 245 south of the equator and 33.39 and 34.05 east of Greenwich. The district is bounded by the Serengeti District in the east, Musuma District Council in the north, Mago District in the south, and Ukirewe District in the west. The area has a total area of ​​3,088 km², of which 2,888 km² is dry land and 200 km² lies within the Lake Victoria water blocks.

In 2012, Bunda District Council was administratively divided into 28 wards.
Wards
Balili
Bunda Mjini
Bunda Stoo
Butimba
Chitengule
Guta
Hunyari
Igundu
Iramba
Kabasa
Kasuguti
Ketare
Kibara
Kisorya
Kunzugu
Mcharo
Mihingo
Mugeta
Namhula
Nampindi
Nansimo
Neruma
Nyamang’uta
Nyamuswa
Nyasura
Salama
Sazira
Wariku