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Kalambo District is one of the three districts of the Rukwa Region of Tanzania, East Africa. The administrative seat is in Matai Town. The name Kalambo originates from the Kalambo River which flows through the district and runs to Lake Tanganyika is about 15 km south of the town of Kasanga.
The District has one council namely Kalambo District Council which was officially established on 23 December 2012 after it was split off from the Sumbawanga District Council. Moshi Chang'a was the first District Commissioner, who served until his death in April 2014.
Population: According to the National Population Census conducted in 2012, the District had a total population of 207,311 with an annual growth rate of 4.7%, average household size of 4.92 and density of 15.98 people per sq km. However, the estimated population and housing census data and statistics for 2008 indicated that population is 228,885 ceteris paribus.
Climate: Nkasi District lies within the western branch of the East African Valley known as the " Western Rift Land Province " with altitude ranging from 750m to 1200m above sea level. The District is geographically divided into two zones; the Ufipa Plateau is characterised by miombo woodlands and open grassland that covers about 42% of the District.
Constituency Kalambo District has only one constituency: