In 2005, the most common crop in Pemba South by harvested area was Tropical Fruit with 9.53k ha.
Pemba South is a province of United Republic of Tanzania. As of 2012 Zanzibar, Tanzania had a total population of approximately 1.29M people.
The most widely harvested crop in Pemba South by area was Tropical Fruit with 9.53k ha harvested with a total production value of Intl $40.65M.
Among children in Pemba South, Tanzania in 2010, 11% were severely stunted, 5% were severely underweight, and 3% were severely wasted.
As of 2012, there were 547.63k people living below $1.90/day (2011 PPP) and 964.21k people living below $3.10/day (2011 PPP) in Zanzibar, Tanzania.
Tropical Fruits are the crop with the highest production value per area in Pemba South, with Intl $4.27k per ha.
Other Oil Crops are the crop with the lowest production value per area in Pemba South, with Intl $216.200000 per ha.
This means that growers of Tropical Fruits will earn approximately 20 times more per hectare than if they grow Other Oil Crops.
From 1990 to 2015, Pemba South had average annual rainfall of 1,096mm across a total cropland area of 147 ha.
The health condition most afflicting urban and rural children in 2010 in Pemba, Tanzania is stunting with 21% of urban children affected and 30% of rural children affected.