CIRDA Training Workshop Kicks Off

http://www.vocus.com/images/pr/UNDPPR_Logo.jpg
CIRDA Training Workshop Kicks Off
Focus on Tech Transfer and Innovation for Climate Change and Early Warning Systems


14 October 2014-Dar es Salaam-UNDP Tanzania in partnership with 10 other African countries are holding a three days training workshop on Tech Transfer and Innovation for Climate Change and Early Warnings Systems at the Whitesands Hotel from 14-16 October. Tanzania is one of the most vulnerable countries to the negative impacts of climate change. Farmers and rural communities are particularly vulnerable due to their lack of access to information and early warning systems. International renowned experts are working with Tanzania to increase resilience to climate change through access to climate data for sustainable planning.


Tanzania is collaborating with UNDP to promote access to relevant climate data that will help reduce the impacts of climate change in all development sectors. These efforts are being channeled through the Multi Country Support Programme to Strengthen Climate Information Systems in Africa (CIRDA) that brings new technologies and capacities to help farmers, policy makers and

Yanatafutwa mawasiliano ya kwa ajili ya bidhaa hii...



Hii picha imetumwa kupitia WhatsApp, lakini aliyeituma hana maelezo ya ziada kwani naye kaipata kutoka kwenye kundi jingine ambalo nalo halina maelezo...

Tafadhali ikiwa unafahamu au umewahi kuiona bidhaa hii katika kiosk ama duka lolote na hivyo unaweza kusoma anwani/mawasiliano na wahusika, tafadhali tufahamishe kupitia kisanduku cha maoni hapo chini au 'contact' hapo juu.

Wanahabari 4 wa Tanzania ziarani Ufaransa kujifunza tabia nchi na nishati

Waandishi wa habari wanne kutoka vyombo vya habari mbalimbali nchini ni miongoni mwa waandishi wa habariu 2090 kutoka pembe mbalimbali za dunia waliopata nafasi ya kuzuru Ufaransa na kujifunza mambo mbalimbali.

Ziara hiyo iliyodhaminiwa na serikali ya ufaransa itakuwa ni ya wiki moja.

Kwa mujibu wa taarifa kutoka Ubalozi wa Ufaransa, waandishi hao (tayari wapo Paris leo hii) pamoja na kukutana na wenzao watatembelea maeneo muhimu ya nchi hiyo, kujifunza masuala ya tabia nchi na kukutana na watu wa sekta ya nishati.

Waandishi hao wanaokwenda Ufaransa ni pamoja na Jennifer Sumi ambaye ni Mhariri Msanifu wa gazeti la Mwananchi, Stanslous Ganzel, Mtangazaji Mwandamizi wa

Vodacom yawapatia wateja wake muziki wa kidigitali kutoka Deezer

  • Yatoa ofa ya mwezi mmoja kupakua muziki bure

Kampuni maarufu ya kuuza muziki kwa njia ya digitali inayojulikana kama Deezer, imeingia ushirikiano na kampuni ya Vodacom ambapo wateja wa Vodacom wataweza kupakua muziki katika maktaba kubwa ya muziki ya kampuni hiyo yenye nyimbo zaidi ya milioni 35.

Deezer ni kampuni kubwa ya kuuza muziki kwa njia ya kidigitali nchini Afrika ya kusini.Katika kusherehekea ushirikiano huu na Vodacom wateja wapatao 17 milioni wa Vodacom watajipatia offer ya kipindi cha mwezi mmoja ya kupakua bure muziki wa aina mbalimbali kutoka maktaba kubwa ya muziki ya kampuni ya Deezer.

“Kupitia ushirikiano huu wateja na wapenzi wamuziki nchini Afrika ya Kusini wataweza kupata muziki kutoka sehemu mbalimbali duniani na uzuri wa huduma hii ya

Mama Kanumba na Lulu katika filamu mpya "Mapenzi ya Mungu"

.

Hivi karibu msanii mahiri na nguli katika tasnia ya filamu nchini Elizabeth Michael almaarufu kama Lulu ataibuka na filamu yake Mpya na yenye kusisimua iitwayo "MAPENZI YA MUNGU" ambapo moja kati ya washiriki katika filamu hiyo ni Bi Flora Mtegoha ambaye ni Mama Mzazi wa aliyekuwa msanii nguli wa kiume hapa 'Bongo' marehemu Steven Kanumba.

Filamu ya "Mapenzi ya Mungu" ni moja ya filamu ambayo Lulu ameonesha uwezo wa hali ya juu na kuthibitisha kuwa ni mmoja kati ya wasanii wa kike hapa Tanzania ambaye

China National Development and Reform Commission visiting Tanzania




PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

PLANNING COMMISSION

PRESS RELEASE

VISIT BY THE CHINA NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND REFORM COMMISSION 


The delegation from the China National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) will be visiting Tanzania from 13 - 15 October, 2014. The delegation will be led by Mr. Wang Jianjun, the Deputy Director General of the Department of Foreign Fund and Investment. The visit is the follow –up of the official visit to Africa by the Chinese Prime Minister H.E. Mr. Li Keqiang in May, 2014. During his visit, he made proposals for further collaboration with African countries on the infrastructure (such as railway, highway, aviation etc) and industrial development.

During the visit in Tanzania, the delegation will have meeting with

Tanzania needs to recruit 400,000 Teachers by 2030

.

TANZANIA AMONG THE LEADING COUNTRIES WITH TEACHER RECRUITMENT NEEDS


Tanzania is one of the top ten countries globally with the highest projection of the total number of teachers who have to be recruited by 2030. According to the new paper, jointly released by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) and the Education for All Global Monitoring Report on World Teachers' Day, Tanzania needs to recruit at least 406,600 new teachers by 2030.

Closely followed by Tanzania is Uganda, which stands as the tenth most needy country in teacher recruitment. According to the statistics, Uganda needs at least 372,800 new teachers by 2030. Other African countries leading the league of ten most needy countries are

6 Best Tips and Tricks for your Microwave

(image: brsmblog.com)
  1. Cook some eggs: You can have them poached or sunny side up. For sunny side up, just preheat your plate, add a little butter, crack the egg on the plate—yolk up—and heat for 45 seconds. For a poached egg, fill a microwave safe bowl halfway with water, crack the egg into the water, cover the bowl with a plate, and cook for 60 seconds.
  2. Reheat food evenly: If you're using a plate, Karen Ahn at WonderHowTo suggests spreading the food out so it sits in a circle on your plate with an open space in the center. If your microwave has a spinning carousel, you can also microwave food on the edge of the rotating plate for even heating. Lastly, if you're having trouble with food cooking uneven, be sure to check for your microwave's hot spots.
  3. Get more citrus juice: A quick trip to the microwave—around 10 seconds or so—can help you get a little bit more juice out of that lemon or lime. You can also freeze it beforehand and then microwave it, but you'd need to keep citrus fruits in your freezer.
  4. Avoid heating in square containers: Plasticsinfo.org recommends against using square or rectangular containers for microwave heating. With square containers, the corners tend to receive more energy and cook your food unevenly.
  5. Get honey moving again: You can de-crystalize your honey with a hot bath, but Melissa Clark at web site Real Simple suggests removing the jar's top and nuking it for 30 seconds to a minute.
  6. Keep your microwave clean: You can clean a dirty microwave with a halved lemon and some water, or deodorize your microwave with some baking soda and water. If you need a clean, disinfected sponge, you can microwave one wet and then wipe down the microwave
Be sure to click on the highlighted words to open a respective page which contain details.

LifeHacker: The Best Tips and Tricks for Your Microwave (click to see more tips)

Mambo 6 usiyotakiwa kuyafanya wakati mipango haipo sawa


Wengi wetu huwa tunajikuta ni watu wa kuumia sana na kujuta hasa mambo yetu yanapokataa na kwenda kinyume tulivyotarajia. Hiki huwa ni kipindi kigumu sana kwa wengi, ambacho huwafanya wengi wahisi kama vile maisha hawana tena, wakati uwezo wa kubadili hali hiyo unakuwa upo.

Unapokutana na hali hii inakuwa ni muhimu sana kwako wewe ukumbuke vitu muhimu vitakavyoweza kukusaidia kusonga mbele na safari ya mafanikio uliyonayo la sivyo unaweza ukajikuta unakata tamaa katika maisha yako.

(Soma Vitu muhimu unavyotakiwa kukumbuka wakati mambo yako yanapokwenda hovyo )

Na ili kufanikiwa tena katika kipindi hiki kigumu kwako vipo vitu ambavyo hutakiwi wewe kuvifanya kabisa la sivyo, utajikuta unaharibu vitu vingi sana kama utachukua hatua ya kufanya vitu hivi katika kipindi ambacho mambo yako yanakwenda vibaya. Unatakiwa kuwa makini na mtulivu kutofanya vitu hivi kwani kila kitu kinawezekana kubadilika katika maisha yako endapo utatulia.

Vifuatavyo ni vitu muhimu usivyotakiwa kuvifanya wakati mambo yako yanapokwenda vibaya:-

How to blow your nose correctly (yes, this is serious)

Either blow your nose gently or don't blow it at all. That, or swallow it!

No, seriously.

The case against blowing one's nose is two fold:
  1. First, it generates a lot of pressure in one's nasal cavity. 
  2. Second, that pressure can trigger a kind of otolaryngological blowback, blasting dollops of mucus not out the nose, but backwards and into the sinuses.
While the researchers did find coughing and sneezing to produce more intranasal pressure than normal breathing, neither generated anywhere near as much pressure as nose-blowing, which, at an average of 66.2 mm Hg, was about what you'd expect from a person's diastolic blood pressure reading. (There's also evidence that this kind of pressure is enough to trigger an hemmorhagic stroke, the pressure generated was enough to launch up to one milliliter of mucus into the sinuses on each instance of nose-blowing.

According to sources like the Mayo Clinic and Dr. Anil Kumar Lalwani, chairman of the department of otolaryngology at the New York University Langone Medical Center, there are two preferred methods, both of which can be supplemented with sprays or tablets to reduce the swelling in your nose (which, you'll recall, may actually the bigger culprit here):

  • Method one: Blow your nose! But do it gently. None of this pinch-and-blow business. Instead, press your right nostril closed and breathe out gently through your left. Repeat on the other side. Not as satisfying as an ear-splitting honk, but it'll keep your sinuses clear, and you'll be less likely to give yourself an aneurysm, so hey, tradeoffs.
  • Method two: Sniff and swallow. Or, if that grosses you out, spit it out.
LifeHacker: Should You Really Be Blowing Your Nose Like That?

Meghji voted as Zanzibari in Constituent Assembly

Nigeria's Finance Minister Shamsuddeen Usman (L) watches as Tanzania's Finance Minister Zakia Meghji speaks during an African Finance Ministers news conference at the International Monetary Fund Managing headquarters in Washington during the annual IMF-World Bank meeting October 20, 2007.
(photo: REUTERS/Yuri Gripas)

More claims of voter tampering in the just-ended Constituent Assembly (CA) continue to emerge, this time involving a member from the Union Parliament from the Mainland who reportedly voted as a representative from Zanzibar.

Former Finance Minister, Zakia Meghji was yesterday alleged to have cast her vote for the proposed new Constitution as a delegate from the Isles while she was nominated by President Jakaya Kikwete as a Special Seats MP from the Mainland in 2010.

Ms Meghji, however, is originally from Zanzibar but moved and settled permanently in the Mainland where she is married. Having been born and raised in Zanzibar where

Viwango vya kubadilisha fedha leo Oktoba 13


South Sudan's SPLM delegation in Tanzania for talks with CCM

A high-level delegation of the opposition faction of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM-in-Opposition) is in Tanzania for talks with the East African country’s ruling party, the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM).

The delegation led by the former South Sudanese minister of higher education, professor Peter Adwok Nyaba, who now leads the reorganisation process of the party in the rebel-controlled areas, left Addis Ababa for Dodoma on Sunday.

In a press release issued on Sunday by the spokesman of the SPLM-In-Opposition in the office of the chairman, James Gatdet Dak, the visit came in response to invitation by the Tanzania’s ruling party.

“SPLM delegation led by Comrade Professor Peter Adwok Nyaba is

Maisha Ni Murua na Vodacom


Cool Android app: Droid Protector - Lock & hide apps, photos, videos

Droid Protector - App Lock - screenshot thumbnail

Do you have media such as photos, videos  or apps with sensitive info on your phone and you don't want others people to see? If yes, then Droid Protector may help you keep it safe, and protected from prying eyes.

Droid Protector is an Android app that can lock any app, such as SMS, Gmail, Facebook, Whatsapp, SnapChat, Instagram, Viber, Line, Evernote, etc and special apps including Lock install/uninstall apps, Lock incoming calls, etc.

It can also prevent someone or your child from buying unwanted apps/games and changing Wifi and phone settings.

Other features includes hiding an app icon, a two password mode, random keyboard password, show fake cover and with more than options Re-Lock.

Get it from Google Play: Droid Protector - App Lock 

Nani Mtani Jembe Inakuletea Kili Chats