Mutoko Rural District Council COE

Date: November 8, 2015
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Fact file
Country Zimbabwe
Province/Region Mashonaland East
Baseline score 42
Post 2015 score (2020) (61-Bronze)
Population 146,127
Number of women councillors 4
Number of men councillors 25
Joined the COE programme 2015
Anchored Hub and Spoke Programme (Year) No
Anchored Entrepreneurship Programme No
Summit 2020

Mutoko is a rural council in Mashonaland East province, Zimbabwe. It was established as an administrative station in 1911. It lies 143 km from Harare. It is named after the local Chief Mutoko. Mutoko area is also known for being a very mountainous region of Zimbabwe and as such is an important source granite stone.

The council is a spoke council  in the Hub and Spoke programme for gender mainstreaming. The council is mentored Murehwa RDC.

The council participated at its first local government SADC Protocol@Work summit in 2020.

Read the 2020 local government SADC Protocol@Work summit report here.

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 Click here to review COE Report card

One thought on “Mutoko Rural District Council COE”

Ngoni Dube says:

When was Mutoko Rural District Council granted a town status?

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