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The Urambo District is a linking paved i.e. especially from Tabora town to Vumilia Ward in west of Urambo town and Unpaved i.e. some part of Kaliua District Trunk road to T18 from Tabora - east of Urambo town with distance of 90km to Kigoma via Kaliua and Uvinza Districts in the west, passes through the district. The District also can be reached using chartered aero plane where they land and take off at Urambo town air strip
According to 2012 population Census, about 87% of the District residents are engaged in Agriculture. Farm sizes are on the average of 1 to 4 acres per household. Maize and Beans are the most important food crops. The average yield for maize is 500kg per acre and for beans is 300kgs per acre. The level of production is quite Law because the dominant sector depends on natural condition with poor technologies, inputs and implements.
The main economic activities undertaken in the District is Agriculture which contributes 88% of the total production. Crops grown include maize, sorghum, millet, cassava, banana, beans, groundnuts, potatoes and varieties of fruits cum vegetables. The cash crops grown include coffee, Cotton, tobacco and palm oil.
Other economic activities in the District include forestry and fishing which contributes (5.9%), office employees (2.3%), Trade & commerce (1.6%), manufacturing and construction (1.5%), Transport and communication (0.2%) mining & quarrying (0.1%) and other unspecified activities (0.7%).