Igunga is one of the seven districts of the Tabora Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the north by the Shinyanga Region, to the east by the Singida Region, to the south by the Uyui District and to the west by the Nzega District. Its administrative seat is the town of Igunga. Igunga is now divided into two Constituencies: Igunga Constituency and Manonga Constituency, whereby Manonga town is Choma Chankola.
According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Igunga District was 325,547. According to the 2012 Tanzania National Census, the population of Igunga District was 399,727.
Paved Trunk road T3 from Morogoro to Rwanda passes through the district from east to west.
Administrative subdivisions: As of 2012, Igunga District was administratively divided into 35 wards.
Nkinga is a village and ward in Igunga District in Tabora Region in Tanzania. A Swedish Pentecostal missionary, Pastor Erland Jonsson, and his wife Ester Jonsson came to spread Christianity in Nyawa Kingdom in the mid-1930s
They established the first Pentecostal church in Igunga district and the first dispensary in the area in 1936. The hospital still serves the region,
under the management of missionaries from the Free Pentecostal Church of Tanzania and is called the Nkinga Referral Hospital.
The Hospital has announced several job and volunteering opportunities for Tanzanians to fill available positions. For more information get the attached PDF file hereunder:
Job Vacancies: Various Positions (20 Posts)
Volunteering Vacancies: Various Positions (24 Posts)
Application close: October 15th, 2021 E. Africa Standard Time