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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
PRIME MINISTER’S OFFICE – REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND
LOCAL GOVERNMENT
LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOANS BOARD

1.0 Historical background of Local Government Loans Board in Tanzania

1.1 Introduction
The Local Government Loans Board (LGLB) is the local government credit institution in Tanzania affiliated with the Prime Minister’s Office – Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG). Historically, the LGLB was originally established way back in 1953 when the Local Councils Board as it was then known, was established by the British Colonial Government under Cap 333 of the Local Government Ordinance and has gone through various transformations including abolition in 1972. On the other hand, the present Local Government Loans Board was established in 1986 derives its legitimacy from Part V of the Local Government Finances Act No 9 of 1982, Cap 290 RE. 2002. LGLB currently is therefore a single lending window that accommodates the borrowing needs of all 133 Local Government Authorities in Tanzania Mainland.

Since its inception (re-establishment) in 1986, the Board chairperson, who is normally the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry responsible for Local Governments, has been changing following reformation of ministries by the President of the United Republic of Tanzania. The LGLB has therefore been operation under different ministries as mentioned in the table below:

Table: Years with respect to Ministries that LGLB has been under operation
|Year |Ministry |
|1986- 1990 |Ministry of Local Government, Community Development, Cooperation and Marketing. |
|1991- 1992 |Ministry of Regional Administration and Local Government (MRALG). |…...

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