- Send an application through this email Address [email protected]
- Attach one of the following (Clinic card, baptismal certificate, School leaving certificates [primary, Secondary]), for the confirmation of birth date, place of birth and Parents Citizenship.
- Download this Form B3 (Registration of a child above 90days ,but below 10 yrs), or Dowload Form B3 (Registration of a Child above 10yrs). Please fill the form and submit via email address:[email protected]
- Second Option:
- You will receive an email from RITA,with attachment of Afidavit Form, from Registrar General.
- Print and fill the Afidavit Form, then attach with three (3)passport size.
- Scan Afidavit Form, the send the Form via e-mail Addrees:[email protected]
- You will receive an email from RITA, which allow you to proceed and continuing with payment process
- Payment of Births Certificate will depent on the option you choose(DHL, EMS n.k)Fees:
- Certificate of Child under 10years – $14.
- Certificate of Child above 10years – $20.
- Clear cheque – $20.
- We request you to make research of the appropriate way of Sending you Certificate is how much depending in your location,then send to us the Certificate fee and package fee.
We instist in full and complete payment.
RITA was officially launched on the 23rd June 2006 and replaces what was known as the Administrator Generals Department in the Attorney Generals Chambers, Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs. It is an Executive Agency under the Attorney Generals Chambers in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs.
The history of RITA dates back in 1917 when the German Colonial power enacted a law for registration of births and deaths (Proclamation No.15 of 1917 (Civil Area). When the British took over the administration of Tanganyika (Tanzania Mainland) from the Germans retained the Register of births and deaths established under the Germans law by saving it under the Births and Deaths Registration Ordinance, 1920 (Cap.108)
It should be noted that under both colonial powers registration of births and deaths was not compulsory for Africans.
The Agency has got 132 employees.RITA Headquarters 93 employees and 39 employees at District Offices. The Agency has no offices of its own at district level, but mainly relies and works with collaboration of the Districts and Regional Authorities in order to carry out its functions smoothly.
The Agency enjoys the monopoly in business of registration of births, deaths, marriages, divorces and incorporation of trustees. With liberalization of the economy the Agencys business in matters of receivership and company liquidation is likely to revive from stagnancy it suffered during the years following the Arusha Declaration.
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For more information Visit http://www.rita.go.tz/