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Population Projections

Population Projections for the Period of 2013 to 2035 at National Level

Population projections for the period of 2013 to 2035 at National level, Tanzania Mainland and Tanzania Zanzibar. The report gives fertility, mortality, migration and HIV/AIDS assumptions used, and presents demographic and socio-economic future trends for Tanzania, Tanzania Mainland and Tanzania Zanzibar. The results include estimated total population by sex in single years and five-year age groups as well as the summary of demographic indicators. 

 

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Key Indicators

DHS and HIV Impact Surveys

HIV Impact Survey 2016 -17,

a) Prevalence Tanzania (%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.2 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.7
15-64 years:
Female = 6.5 Male = 3.5 Total = 5.0
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

b) Prevalence Tanzania Mainland(%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.4 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.8
15-64 years:
Female = 6.7 Male = 3.6 Total = 5.1
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

c) Prevalence of HEPATITIS B
15-49 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.3 Total = 4.0
15-64 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.0 Total = 3.7

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%


Health Statistics


Life Expectancy

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

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2016

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 103,744,606
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 47,642
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 47,174,902
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 21,664
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 2,131,299
f) GDP per Capita - USD 979
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 2,178

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


DHS and HIV Impact Surveys

HIV Impact Survey 2016 -17,

a) Prevalence Tanzania (%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.2 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.7
15-64 years:
Female = 6.5 Male = 3.5 Total = 5.0
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

b) Prevalence Tanzania Mainland(%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.4 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.8
15-64 years:
Female = 6.7 Male = 3.6 Total = 5.1
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

c) Prevalence of HEPATITIS B
15-49 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.3 Total = 4.0
15-64 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.0 Total = 3.7

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%


Health Statistics


Life Expectancy

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

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2016

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 103,744,606
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 47,642
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 47,174,902
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 21,664
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 2,131,299
f) GDP per Capita - USD 979
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 2,178

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


DHS and HIV Impact Surveys

HIV Impact Survey 2016 -17,

a) Prevalence Tanzania (%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.2 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.7
15-64 years:
Female = 6.5 Male = 3.5 Total = 5.0
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

b) Prevalence Tanzania Mainland(%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.4 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.8
15-64 years:
Female = 6.7 Male = 3.6 Total = 5.1
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

c) Prevalence of HEPATITIS B
15-49 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.3 Total = 4.0
15-64 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.0 Total = 3.7

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%


Health Statistics


Life Expectancy

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

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2016

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 103,744,606
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 47,642
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 47,174,902
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 21,664
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 2,131,299
f) GDP per Capita - USD 979
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 2,178

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


DHS and HIV Impact Surveys

HIV Impact Survey 2016 -17,

a) Prevalence Tanzania (%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.2 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.7
15-64 years:
Female = 6.5 Male = 3.5 Total = 5.0
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

b) Prevalence Tanzania Mainland(%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.4 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.8
15-64 years:
Female = 6.7 Male = 3.6 Total = 5.1
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

c) Prevalence of HEPATITIS B
15-49 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.3 Total = 4.0
15-64 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.0 Total = 3.7

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%


Health Statistics


Life Expectancy

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

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2016

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 103,744,606
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 47,642
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 47,174,902
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 21,664
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 2,131,299
f) GDP per Capita - USD 979
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 2,178

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


DHS and HIV Impact Surveys

HIV Impact Survey 2016 -17,

a) Prevalence Tanzania (%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.2 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.7
15-64 years:
Female = 6.5 Male = 3.5 Total = 5.0
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

b) Prevalence Tanzania Mainland(%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.4 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.8
15-64 years:
Female = 6.7 Male = 3.6 Total = 5.1
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

c) Prevalence of HEPATITIS B
15-49 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.3 Total = 4.0
15-64 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.0 Total = 3.7

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%


Health Statistics


Life Expectancy

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

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2016

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 103,744,606
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 47,642
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 47,174,902
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 21,664
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 2,131,299
f) GDP per Capita - USD 979
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 2,178

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


DHS and HIV Impact Surveys

HIV Impact Survey 2016 -17,

a) Prevalence Tanzania (%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.2 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.7
15-64 years:
Female = 6.5 Male = 3.5 Total = 5.0
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

b) Prevalence Tanzania Mainland(%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.4 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.8
15-64 years:
Female = 6.7 Male = 3.6 Total = 5.1
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

c) Prevalence of HEPATITIS B
15-49 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.3 Total = 4.0
15-64 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.0 Total = 3.7

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%


Health Statistics


Life Expectancy

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

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2016

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 103,744,606
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 47,642
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 47,174,902
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 21,664
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 2,131,299
f) GDP per Capita - USD 979
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 2,178

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


DHS and HIV Impact Surveys

HIV Impact Survey 2016 -17,

a) Prevalence Tanzania (%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.2 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.7
15-64 years:
Female = 6.5 Male = 3.5 Total = 5.0
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

b) Prevalence Tanzania Mainland(%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.4 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.8
15-64 years:
Female = 6.7 Male = 3.6 Total = 5.1
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

c) Prevalence of HEPATITIS B
15-49 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.3 Total = 4.0
15-64 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.0 Total = 3.7

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%


Health Statistics


Life Expectancy

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

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2016

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 103,744,606
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 47,642
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 47,174,902
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 21,664
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 2,131,299
f) GDP per Capita - USD 979
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 2,178

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


DHS and HIV Impact Surveys

HIV Impact Survey 2016 -17,

a) Prevalence Tanzania (%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.2 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.7
15-64 years:
Female = 6.5 Male = 3.5 Total = 5.0
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

b) Prevalence Tanzania Mainland(%),
15-49 years:
Female = 6.4 Male = 3.1 Total = 4.8
15-64 years:
Female = 6.7 Male = 3.6 Total = 5.1
0-14 years:
Female = 0.5 Male = 0.3 Total = 0.4

c) Prevalence of HEPATITIS B
15-49 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.3 Total = 4.0
15-64 years
Female = 3.7 Male = 4.0 Total = 3.7

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%


Health Statistics


Life Expectancy

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

2012 Tanzania Population and Housing Census


Gross Domestic Product 2016

a) GDP at Current Price - TZS Million 103,744,606
b) GDP at Current Price - USD Million 47,642
c) GDP at Constant Price - TZS Million 47,174,902
d) GDP at Constant Price - USD Million 21,664
e) GDP per Capita - TZS 2,131,299
f) GDP per Capita - USD 979
g) Annual Exchange Rate - (TZS/USD) 2,178

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