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Commonwealth Medical Fellowships

Commonwealth Medical Fellowships (Enhancing Clinical Skills) are offered for mid-career medical and dental staff from developing Commonwealth countries. These fellowships are funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), with the aim of contributing to the UK’s international development aims and wider overseas interests, supporting excellence in UK higher education, and sustaining the principles of the Commonwealth.
You can apply for a Commonwealth Medical Fellowship to spend between three and six months at an approved UK university hospital, learning or improving a specific clinical skill.
Purpose: To provide mid-career medics and dentists with the opportunity to enhance their clinical skills, and to have catalytic effects on their workplaces.
Intended beneficiaries: Mid-career medics and dentists working in universities or affiliated teaching hospitals in developing Commonwealth countries.
Fellows are expected to participate in clinical practice during their fellowship, and to register with the General Medical Council (GMC)/General Dental Council (GDC). If your proposed programme does not require this registration, your application will be considered ineligible.

Eligibility

To apply for these fellowships, you must:
The CSC promotes equal opportunity, gender equity, and cultural exchange. Applications are encouraged from a diverse range of candidates. The CSC is committed to administering and managing its scholarships and fellowships in a fair and transparent manner – for more information, see the CSC anti-fraud policy.

Terms and conditions

For full terms and conditions, see the Commonwealth Medical Fellowships 2016 prospectus

Selection process

Each year, the CSC invites selected nominating bodies to submit a specific number of nominations. The deadline for nominating bodies to submit nominations to the CSC is 17 December 2015.
The CSC invites around three times more nominations than fellowships available – therefore, nominated candidates are not guaranteed to be awarded a fellowship.
Each nominated candidate’s application is first considered by a member of the CSC’s panel of advisers with expertise in the subject area concerned, and then by the CSC’s selection committee in competition with other candidates.
Applications are considered according to the following selection criteria:
  • Academic merit of the candidate
  • Quality of the proposal
  • Potential impact of the work on the development of the candidate’s home country
For further details, see Selection criteria for 2016 Commonwealth Medical Fellowships (link to follow shortly)
You may also find the Feedback for unsuccessful candidates useful.

How to apply

You must apply to a nominating body in the first instance – the CSC does not accept direct applications for these fellowships:
Selected universities/medical colleges/university bodies are invited to nominate members of staff at affiliated hospitals. Click here for a list of nominating universities/medical colleges/university bodies
All applications must be made through your nominating body in your home country. Each nominating body is responsible for its own selection process. You must check with your nominating body for their specific advice and rules for applying, and for their own closing date for applications.
You must make your application using the CSC’s Electronic Application System (EAS). Click here for full information on how to use the EAS, including detailed guides.
Your application must be submitted to and endorsed by one of the approved nominating bodies listed above. The CSC will not accept any applications that are not submitted via the EAS to a nominating body in your home country.
All applications must be submitted by 23.59 (GMT) on 19 November 2015 at the latest. Please note that this is an earlier deadline than in previous years.

Enquiries?

All enquiries about these fellowships should be directed to your nominating body in your home country.

[video] UKAWA waongelea aliyozungumza Dk Slaa


Lowassa Ruvuma


Lowassa, akiwapungia maelfu ya wananchi akiwa kwenye gari, wakati akiwasili kwenye uwanja wa Shule ya Msingi Matarawe, Songea Mjini, Mkoani Ruvuma Septemba Mosi, 2015 ambapo alihutubia mkutano wa kampeni ikiwa ni mwendelezo wa mikutano yake ya kampeni akiwa kwenye mkoa wa tatu baada ya kuzindua rasmi kampeni zake jijini Dar es Salaam. 







  • Picha, maelezo: Othman Michuzi/Mtaa kwa Mtaa

Mgombea Ubunge azomewa


Mgombea ubunge Jimbo la Masasi mkoani Mtwara, kwa tiketi ya NLD, Dk Emmanuel Makaidi amesema anahisi harufu ya hujuma, lakini haihofii na ameapa kupambana hadi ashinde.

Akizungumza kwa simu kutoka Masasi jana, Makaidi alisema anashangaa kugawiwa jimbo hilo chini ya makubaliano ya viongozi wa Ukawa, lakini kuna mgombea wa CUF amejitokeza pia.

Kujitokeza kwa mgombea huyo aitwaye Ismail Makonde ‘Kundambanda’ kulisababisha zogo hivi karibuni, katika mkutano wa kampeni za mgombea mwenza wa Ukawa, Juma Duni Haji.

Katika kampeni hizo, watu walionekana kumpinga Dk Makaidi na kumbeba huyo wa CUF huku wakisema ndiye anastahili.

Duni aliwatuliza wananchi hao na kuwaambia kuwa suala hilo litaamuliwa na viongozi wa Ukawa kwa kuzingatia makubaliano ya kusimamisha mgombea mmoja ngazi ya urais, ubunge na udiwani nchi nzima.

Dk Makaidi ni mwenyekiti mwenza wa Ukawa. Wengine ni James Mbatia wa NCCR-Mageuzi, Freeman Mbowe wa Chadema na Twaha Taslima wa CUF na kwamba, Dk Makaidi ndiye alipewa jimbo hilo.

“Hapa ninanusa harufu ya hujuma. Watu wanatumika kunihujumu, hawa watakuwa CCM tu wanawaghilibu hawa wanaotaka ubunge, lakini nitapambana nao,” alisema na kuongeza:

“Ninafahamu, hawa ni CCM wanataka kuniharibia, lakini nitapambana na kuhakikisha ninashinda.”

Katibu wa CCM Mkoa wa Mtwara, Shaibu Akwilombe alipopigiwa simu jana asubuhi ili ajibu tuhuma hizo aliomba atafutwe baadaye kwa kuwa alikuwa kwenye mkutano.

Hata hivyo, alipotafutwa baadaye mchana, simu yake ilikuwa imezimwa na hata alipotafutwa tena jioni hali ilikuwa vivyo hivyo.

Dk Makaidi alisema yuko sawasawa, na atasimama kuwania kiti hicho na anaamini atashinda.

Pia, alisema anaendelea na mikutano ya kampeni na jana alikuwa Lulindi na Ndanda wakati leo atakuwa Uwanja wa Fisi na Stendi Kuu Masasi. [via Mwananchi]

Tahadhari ya Polisi: Kwa wastaafu kuhusu utapeli; Kwa vyama vya siasa

Ningependa kutoa tahadhari hasa kwa Wastaafu au wanaotarajia kustaafu, Idara, Wizara zote zinazoshughulika na wastaafu, Wakurugenzi wa Manispaa na Halmashauri kujihadhari na watu wanaowapigia simu na kujitambulisha kuwa wao ni watumishi wa Mashirika ya Hifadhi za Jamii na Idara zingine za Serikali na kwamba wanashughulika na mafao ya wastaafu.

Ninatoa tahadhari hiyo kwa sababu kwa kushirikiana na LAPF tumefanikiwa kumkamata mtu mmoja kwa jina la DAVID MAGESA MAKALI @ PETER MABULA na kumfikisha Mahakamani baada ya kujifanya ni mtumishi wa TAMISEMI, LAPF, PSPF na OFISI YA KATIBU MKUU WIZARA YA AFYA na kufanikiwa kuwaibiwa fedha kwa njia ya mtandao wastaafu kutoka katika mikoa mbalimbali.

Wanachofanya watu hao wanapiga simu Idara mbalimbali na kujifanya wapo TAMISEMI au Wizara nyingine na kuwataka wawatumie orodha ya wastaafu wa mwaka fulani pamoja na namba zao za simu. Inaonyeha kwa njia hiyo wameweza kupata orodha ya wastaafu takriban kutoka katika Mikoa 15 hususan kutoka Idara ya afya. Wakishapata orodha ya majina ya wastaafu na namba zao za simu humpigia mstaafu na kujitambulisha anatokea Wizarani na anashughulikia wastaafu ambao inaonekana walipunjwa kwenye mafao yao na inaonyesha naye amepunjwa kiasi cha milioni fulani. Ili aweze kumsaidia kurekebisha kumbukumbu na kumwezesha kupata fedha hizo amtumie kiasi fulani cha fedha. Mstaafu huyo akishamtumia hapatikani tena kwenye hiyo namba aliyotumia na mstaafu huyo anakuwa ameishaibiwa fedha zake.

Natoa tahadhari kwa wastaafu wasikubaliane na watu wa aina hiyo na idara mbalimbali zichukue tahadhari kubwa na kila mara wahakikishe kinachohitajika kinatoka katika idara husika na kwa mtu sahihi.

Pia nichukue fursa hii kutoa tahadhari kwa Vyama vya Siasa, wafuasi wao na wananchi wa Mkoa wa Dodoma kwa ujumla katika kipindi hiki cha Kampeni na baadaye kupiga kura, kutangaza matokeo na kuapisha waliochaguliwa kila mmoja azingatie utii wa sheria.

Ninatoa wito huo kwa sababu kuna baadhi ya Vyama wameishaanza kukiuka sheria kwa kuwatumia watoto na kuvuruga mikutano ya vyama vingine. Mfano tarehe 29.08.2015 huko katika kijiji cha Tubugwe Kibaoni Kata ya Chamkoroma Wilaya ya Kongwa Chama cha CCM kilikuwa kifanye Mkutano asubuhi ambao ulikuwa halali kulingana na ratiba. Ulishindikana kufanyika baada ya vijana na watoto wadogo wakiwa na bendera za Chadema kuanza kuzunguka eneo hilo huku wakiimba. Kama hilo halitoshi walizuia barabara ili wagombea na wafuasi wa CCM wasipite. Tukio hilo bado ufuatiliaji wa kuwakamata waliohamasisha watoto hao na kushiriki katika uvunjaji huo wa sheria unaendelea.

Nichukue fursa hii pia kupiga marufuku Vyama vya Siasa vinavyotumia au wanampango wa kutumia vikundi vyenye muelekeo wa kijeshi mfano Blue Guard, Red Briged, Green Guard n.k. kwani kazi ya ulinzi Mkoani Dodoma ni ya Jeshi la Polisi na Vyombo vingine vya dola.

Nitoe rai kwa kila mmoja afuate Sheria Mama Katiba, Sheria ya Vyama vya Siasa, Uchaguzi na nyinginezo zinazotuongoza katika kipindi cha Kampeni hadi Uchaguzi ili kuepuka kukamatwa na kufikishwa mahakamani.

Imetolea na Kamanda wa Polisi Mkoa wa Dodoma Kamishna Msaidizi Mwandamizi wa Polisi - Misime D.A (SACP)

Almost half of citizens: Policies determine next President choice

Almost half of citizens care most about policies when choosing the next President
Citizens report that wealth and religion of the candidate play no part in their choice


2 September 2015, Dar es Salaam: 
Almost half of all citizens (46%) report that policies are most important determining their choice of President. No other issue was nearly as important: the next most popular criteria was morality and ethics, mentioned by 17% of citizens. Interestingly nobody named religion or wealth as playing a deciding role in their decision. Even age was only mentioned by 1% of citizens.

Rais Kikwete afungua mkutano wa Baraza la Biashara Tanzania


Rais Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete akiongea na Mwenyekiti wa Tanzania Private Sector Foundation Dkt. Reginald Mengi muda mfupi kabla ya kufungua na kuendesha mkutano wa nane wa Baraza la Biashara Tanzania (TNBC) katika ukumbi wa mikutano wa Ikulu jijini Dar es salaam leo Septemba 2, 2015