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Census of Industrial Production

The results show that, from the total of 49,243 industrial establishments (large and small) covered in the 2013 Census of Industrial Production, Manufacturing sub-sector had the largest number of establishments 48,474 (98.4 percent), followed by Mining and quarrying 391 (0.8 percent); Water supply, sewerage, waste management and remediation activities 227 (0.5 percent); and finally, Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply with 151 establishments or 0.3 percent of the total number of establishments. Read more


Key Indicators

The 2015 -16 Tanzania Demographic and Health and Malaria Indicator Survey

(a)Fertility - Tanzania

Total fertility rate(number of children per woman) = 5.2
Median age at first marriage for women age 25-49 (years) = 19.2 years
Women age 15-19 who are mothers or currently pregnant =
27%

(b) Family Planning (among married women age 15 - 49)

Current use of any method of family planning = 38%
Current use of a modern method of family planning = 32%
Total demand for family planning = 61%
Demand satisfied by modern methods = 53%

(c)Maternal and Child Health

Births delivered in a health facility = 63%
Births assisted by a skilled provider =64%
Children age 12-23 months who have received all basic vaccinations =75

(d) Nutrition

Children under five who are stunted(moderate or severe) = 34%
Women age 15-49 who are overweight or obese = 28%
Children age 6-59 months who are anaemic =58%
Women age 15-49 who are anaemic = 45%

(e) Childhood Mortality (deaths per 1,000 live births)

Neonatal mortality = 25
Infant mortality = 43
Under 5 mortality = 67

(f) Malaria

Households with at least one insecticide treated net (ITN) =66%
Children under five who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =55%
Pregnant women age 15-49 who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =54%
Malaria prevalence by RDT among children age 6-59 months =14%


The 2015/16 TDHS - MIS Report


Life Expectancy

Total = 61.8 yrs
Male = 59.8 yrs
Female = 63.8 yrs

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2015

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 90,862,678
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 45,766
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 44,100,223
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 22,212
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 1,918,928
f) GDP per Capita - USD 967
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 1,985

GDP


Labour Statistics (ILFS 2014)

a) Economically Active (Total Labour Force) = 86.7%
b) Employment to population ratio = 77.8%
c)Unemployment Rate =10.3% (15+ yrs)
d) Underemployment rate =11.8% (15+yrs)
e) Labour Force Participation Rate =86.7%

ILFS 2014


Child Poverty in Tanzania (2012/13 NPS)

Of all Tanzania children,
a) 26% experience Both Monetary and Multi dimensional Poverty.
b) 23% experience Neither Monetary Nor Multi dimensional Poverty.
c) 77% experience Either Monetary Poverty, Multi dimensional Poverty or Both.
d) 3% experience Monetary poverty only
e) 48% experience Multi dimensional Poverty

Child Poverty report


The 2015 -16 Tanzania Demographic and Health and Malaria Indicator Survey

(a)Fertility - Tanzania

Total fertility rate(number of children per woman) = 5.2
Median age at first marriage for women age 25-49 (years) = 19.2 years
Women age 15-19 who are mothers or currently pregnant =
27%

(b) Family Planning (among married women age 15 - 49)

Current use of any method of family planning = 38%
Current use of a modern method of family planning = 32%
Total demand for family planning = 61%
Demand satisfied by modern methods = 53%

(c)Maternal and Child Health

Births delivered in a health facility = 63%
Births assisted by a skilled provider =64%
Children age 12-23 months who have received all basic vaccinations =75

(d) Nutrition

Children under five who are stunted(moderate or severe) = 34%
Women age 15-49 who are overweight or obese = 28%
Children age 6-59 months who are anaemic =58%
Women age 15-49 who are anaemic = 45%

(e) Childhood Mortality (deaths per 1,000 live births)

Neonatal mortality = 25
Infant mortality = 43
Under 5 mortality = 67

(f) Malaria

Households with at least one insecticide treated net (ITN) =66%
Children under five who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =55%
Pregnant women age 15-49 who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =54%
Malaria prevalence by RDT among children age 6-59 months =14%


The 2015/16 TDHS - MIS Report


Life Expectancy

Total = 61.8 yrs
Male = 59.8 yrs
Female = 63.8 yrs

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2015

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 90,862,678
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 45,766
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 44,100,223
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 22,212
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 1,918,928
f) GDP per Capita - USD 967
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 1,985

GDP


Labour Statistics (ILFS 2014)

a) Economically Active (Total Labour Force) = 86.7%
b) Employment to population ratio = 77.8%
c)Unemployment Rate =10.3% (15+ yrs)
d) Underemployment rate =11.8% (15+yrs)
e) Labour Force Participation Rate =86.7%

ILFS 2014


Child Poverty in Tanzania (2012/13 NPS)

Of all Tanzania children,
a) 26% experience Both Monetary and Multi dimensional Poverty.
b) 23% experience Neither Monetary Nor Multi dimensional Poverty.
c) 77% experience Either Monetary Poverty, Multi dimensional Poverty or Both.
d) 3% experience Monetary poverty only
e) 48% experience Multi dimensional Poverty

Child Poverty report


The 2015 -16 Tanzania Demographic and Health and Malaria Indicator Survey

(a)Fertility - Tanzania

Total fertility rate(number of children per woman) = 5.2
Median age at first marriage for women age 25-49 (years) = 19.2 years
Women age 15-19 who are mothers or currently pregnant =
27%

(b) Family Planning (among married women age 15 - 49)

Current use of any method of family planning = 38%
Current use of a modern method of family planning = 32%
Total demand for family planning = 61%
Demand satisfied by modern methods = 53%

(c)Maternal and Child Health

Births delivered in a health facility = 63%
Births assisted by a skilled provider =64%
Children age 12-23 months who have received all basic vaccinations =75

(d) Nutrition

Children under five who are stunted(moderate or severe) = 34%
Women age 15-49 who are overweight or obese = 28%
Children age 6-59 months who are anaemic =58%
Women age 15-49 who are anaemic = 45%

(e) Childhood Mortality (deaths per 1,000 live births)

Neonatal mortality = 25
Infant mortality = 43
Under 5 mortality = 67

(f) Malaria

Households with at least one insecticide treated net (ITN) =66%
Children under five who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =55%
Pregnant women age 15-49 who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =54%
Malaria prevalence by RDT among children age 6-59 months =14%


The 2015/16 TDHS - MIS Report


Life Expectancy

Total = 61.8 yrs
Male = 59.8 yrs
Female = 63.8 yrs

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2015

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 90,862,678
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 45,766
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 44,100,223
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 22,212
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 1,918,928
f) GDP per Capita - USD 967
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 1,985

GDP


Labour Statistics (ILFS 2014)

a) Economically Active (Total Labour Force) = 86.7%
b) Employment to population ratio = 77.8%
c)Unemployment Rate =10.3% (15+ yrs)
d) Underemployment rate =11.8% (15+yrs)
e) Labour Force Participation Rate =86.7%

ILFS 2014


Child Poverty in Tanzania (2012/13 NPS)

Of all Tanzania children,
a) 26% experience Both Monetary and Multi dimensional Poverty.
b) 23% experience Neither Monetary Nor Multi dimensional Poverty.
c) 77% experience Either Monetary Poverty, Multi dimensional Poverty or Both.
d) 3% experience Monetary poverty only
e) 48% experience Multi dimensional Poverty

Child Poverty report


The 2015 -16 Tanzania Demographic and Health and Malaria Indicator Survey

(a)Fertility - Tanzania

Total fertility rate(number of children per woman) = 5.2
Median age at first marriage for women age 25-49 (years) = 19.2 years
Women age 15-19 who are mothers or currently pregnant =
27%

(b) Family Planning (among married women age 15 - 49)

Current use of any method of family planning = 38%
Current use of a modern method of family planning = 32%
Total demand for family planning = 61%
Demand satisfied by modern methods = 53%

(c)Maternal and Child Health

Births delivered in a health facility = 63%
Births assisted by a skilled provider =64%
Children age 12-23 months who have received all basic vaccinations =75

(d) Nutrition

Children under five who are stunted(moderate or severe) = 34%
Women age 15-49 who are overweight or obese = 28%
Children age 6-59 months who are anaemic =58%
Women age 15-49 who are anaemic = 45%

(e) Childhood Mortality (deaths per 1,000 live births)

Neonatal mortality = 25
Infant mortality = 43
Under 5 mortality = 67

(f) Malaria

Households with at least one insecticide treated net (ITN) =66%
Children under five who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =55%
Pregnant women age 15-49 who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =54%
Malaria prevalence by RDT among children age 6-59 months =14%


The 2015/16 TDHS - MIS Report


Life Expectancy

Total = 61.8 yrs
Male = 59.8 yrs
Female = 63.8 yrs

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2015

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 90,862,678
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 45,766
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 44,100,223
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 22,212
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 1,918,928
f) GDP per Capita - USD 967
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 1,985

GDP


Labour Statistics (ILFS 2014)

a) Economically Active (Total Labour Force) = 86.7%
b) Employment to population ratio = 77.8%
c)Unemployment Rate =10.3% (15+ yrs)
d) Underemployment rate =11.8% (15+yrs)
e) Labour Force Participation Rate =86.7%

ILFS 2014


Child Poverty in Tanzania (2012/13 NPS)

Of all Tanzania children,
a) 26% experience Both Monetary and Multi dimensional Poverty.
b) 23% experience Neither Monetary Nor Multi dimensional Poverty.
c) 77% experience Either Monetary Poverty, Multi dimensional Poverty or Both.
d) 3% experience Monetary poverty only
e) 48% experience Multi dimensional Poverty

Child Poverty report


The 2015 -16 Tanzania Demographic and Health and Malaria Indicator Survey

(a)Fertility - Tanzania

Total fertility rate(number of children per woman) = 5.2
Median age at first marriage for women age 25-49 (years) = 19.2 years
Women age 15-19 who are mothers or currently pregnant =
27%

(b) Family Planning (among married women age 15 - 49)

Current use of any method of family planning = 38%
Current use of a modern method of family planning = 32%
Total demand for family planning = 61%
Demand satisfied by modern methods = 53%

(c)Maternal and Child Health

Births delivered in a health facility = 63%
Births assisted by a skilled provider =64%
Children age 12-23 months who have received all basic vaccinations =75

(d) Nutrition

Children under five who are stunted(moderate or severe) = 34%
Women age 15-49 who are overweight or obese = 28%
Children age 6-59 months who are anaemic =58%
Women age 15-49 who are anaemic = 45%

(e) Childhood Mortality (deaths per 1,000 live births)

Neonatal mortality = 25
Infant mortality = 43
Under 5 mortality = 67

(f) Malaria

Households with at least one insecticide treated net (ITN) =66%
Children under five who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =55%
Pregnant women age 15-49 who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =54%
Malaria prevalence by RDT among children age 6-59 months =14%


The 2015/16 TDHS - MIS Report


Life Expectancy

Total = 61.8 yrs
Male = 59.8 yrs
Female = 63.8 yrs

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2015

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 90,862,678
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 45,766
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 44,100,223
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 22,212
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 1,918,928
f) GDP per Capita - USD 967
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 1,985

GDP


Labour Statistics (ILFS 2014)

a) Economically Active (Total Labour Force) = 86.7%
b) Employment to population ratio = 77.8%
c)Unemployment Rate =10.3% (15+ yrs)
d) Underemployment rate =11.8% (15+yrs)
e) Labour Force Participation Rate =86.7%

ILFS 2014


Child Poverty in Tanzania (2012/13 NPS)

Of all Tanzania children,
a) 26% experience Both Monetary and Multi dimensional Poverty.
b) 23% experience Neither Monetary Nor Multi dimensional Poverty.
c) 77% experience Either Monetary Poverty, Multi dimensional Poverty or Both.
d) 3% experience Monetary poverty only
e) 48% experience Multi dimensional Poverty

Child Poverty report


The 2015 -16 Tanzania Demographic and Health and Malaria Indicator Survey

(a)Fertility - Tanzania

Total fertility rate(number of children per woman) = 5.2
Median age at first marriage for women age 25-49 (years) = 19.2 years
Women age 15-19 who are mothers or currently pregnant =
27%

(b) Family Planning (among married women age 15 - 49)

Current use of any method of family planning = 38%
Current use of a modern method of family planning = 32%
Total demand for family planning = 61%
Demand satisfied by modern methods = 53%

(c)Maternal and Child Health

Births delivered in a health facility = 63%
Births assisted by a skilled provider =64%
Children age 12-23 months who have received all basic vaccinations =75

(d) Nutrition

Children under five who are stunted(moderate or severe) = 34%
Women age 15-49 who are overweight or obese = 28%
Children age 6-59 months who are anaemic =58%
Women age 15-49 who are anaemic = 45%

(e) Childhood Mortality (deaths per 1,000 live births)

Neonatal mortality = 25
Infant mortality = 43
Under 5 mortality = 67

(f) Malaria

Households with at least one insecticide treated net (ITN) =66%
Children under five who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =55%
Pregnant women age 15-49 who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =54%
Malaria prevalence by RDT among children age 6-59 months =14%


The 2015/16 TDHS - MIS Report


Life Expectancy

Total = 61.8 yrs
Male = 59.8 yrs
Female = 63.8 yrs

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2015

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 90,862,678
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 45,766
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 44,100,223
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 22,212
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 1,918,928
f) GDP per Capita - USD 967
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 1,985

GDP


Labour Statistics (ILFS 2014)

a) Economically Active (Total Labour Force) = 86.7%
b) Employment to population ratio = 77.8%
c)Unemployment Rate =10.3% (15+ yrs)
d) Underemployment rate =11.8% (15+yrs)
e) Labour Force Participation Rate =86.7%

ILFS 2014


Child Poverty in Tanzania (2012/13 NPS)

Of all Tanzania children,
a) 26% experience Both Monetary and Multi dimensional Poverty.
b) 23% experience Neither Monetary Nor Multi dimensional Poverty.
c) 77% experience Either Monetary Poverty, Multi dimensional Poverty or Both.
d) 3% experience Monetary poverty only
e) 48% experience Multi dimensional Poverty

Child Poverty report


The 2015 -16 Tanzania Demographic and Health and Malaria Indicator Survey

(a)Fertility - Tanzania

Total fertility rate(number of children per woman) = 5.2
Median age at first marriage for women age 25-49 (years) = 19.2 years
Women age 15-19 who are mothers or currently pregnant =
27%

(b) Family Planning (among married women age 15 - 49)

Current use of any method of family planning = 38%
Current use of a modern method of family planning = 32%
Total demand for family planning = 61%
Demand satisfied by modern methods = 53%

(c)Maternal and Child Health

Births delivered in a health facility = 63%
Births assisted by a skilled provider =64%
Children age 12-23 months who have received all basic vaccinations =75

(d) Nutrition

Children under five who are stunted(moderate or severe) = 34%
Women age 15-49 who are overweight or obese = 28%
Children age 6-59 months who are anaemic =58%
Women age 15-49 who are anaemic = 45%

(e) Childhood Mortality (deaths per 1,000 live births)

Neonatal mortality = 25
Infant mortality = 43
Under 5 mortality = 67

(f) Malaria

Households with at least one insecticide treated net (ITN) =66%
Children under five who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =55%
Pregnant women age 15-49 who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =54%
Malaria prevalence by RDT among children age 6-59 months =14%


The 2015/16 TDHS - MIS Report


Life Expectancy

Total = 61.8 yrs
Male = 59.8 yrs
Female = 63.8 yrs

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2015

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 90,862,678
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 45,766
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 44,100,223
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 22,212
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 1,918,928
f) GDP per Capita - USD 967
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 1,985

GDP


Labour Statistics (ILFS 2014)

a) Economically Active (Total Labour Force) = 86.7%
b) Employment to population ratio = 77.8%
c)Unemployment Rate =10.3% (15+ yrs)
d) Underemployment rate =11.8% (15+yrs)
e) Labour Force Participation Rate =86.7%

ILFS 2014


Child Poverty in Tanzania (2012/13 NPS)

Of all Tanzania children,
a) 26% experience Both Monetary and Multi dimensional Poverty.
b) 23% experience Neither Monetary Nor Multi dimensional Poverty.
c) 77% experience Either Monetary Poverty, Multi dimensional Poverty or Both.
d) 3% experience Monetary poverty only
e) 48% experience Multi dimensional Poverty

Child Poverty report


The 2015 -16 Tanzania Demographic and Health and Malaria Indicator Survey

(a)Fertility - Tanzania

Total fertility rate(number of children per woman) = 5.2
Median age at first marriage for women age 25-49 (years) = 19.2 years
Women age 15-19 who are mothers or currently pregnant =
27%

(b) Family Planning (among married women age 15 - 49)

Current use of any method of family planning = 38%
Current use of a modern method of family planning = 32%
Total demand for family planning = 61%
Demand satisfied by modern methods = 53%

(c)Maternal and Child Health

Births delivered in a health facility = 63%
Births assisted by a skilled provider =64%
Children age 12-23 months who have received all basic vaccinations =75

(d) Nutrition

Children under five who are stunted(moderate or severe) = 34%
Women age 15-49 who are overweight or obese = 28%
Children age 6-59 months who are anaemic =58%
Women age 15-49 who are anaemic = 45%

(e) Childhood Mortality (deaths per 1,000 live births)

Neonatal mortality = 25
Infant mortality = 43
Under 5 mortality = 67

(f) Malaria

Households with at least one insecticide treated net (ITN) =66%
Children under five who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =55%
Pregnant women age 15-49 who slept under an ITN the night before the survey =54%
Malaria prevalence by RDT among children age 6-59 months =14%


The 2015/16 TDHS - MIS Report


Life Expectancy

Total = 61.8 yrs
Male = 59.8 yrs
Female = 63.8 yrs

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2015

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 90,862,678
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 45,766
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 44,100,223
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 22,212
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 1,918,928
f) GDP per Capita - USD 967
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 1,985

GDP


Labour Statistics (ILFS 2014)

a) Economically Active (Total Labour Force) = 86.7%
b) Employment to population ratio = 77.8%
c)Unemployment Rate =10.3% (15+ yrs)
d) Underemployment rate =11.8% (15+yrs)
e) Labour Force Participation Rate =86.7%

ILFS 2014


Child Poverty in Tanzania (2012/13 NPS)

Of all Tanzania children,
a) 26% experience Both Monetary and Multi dimensional Poverty.
b) 23% experience Neither Monetary Nor Multi dimensional Poverty.
c) 77% experience Either Monetary Poverty, Multi dimensional Poverty or Both.
d) 3% experience Monetary poverty only
e) 48% experience Multi dimensional Poverty

Child Poverty report