[video update] Kikao cha Baraza Kuu CUF Zanzibar chawavua uanachama Sakaya, Kambaya, Mnyaa, Masoud


Katibu Mkuu CUF Maalim Seif akisalimiana na viongozi wa chama hicho alipowasili Vuga mjini Zanzibar kwa ajili ya Kikao cha Baraza Kuu la Uongozi cha kutathmini ya mkutano mkuu maalum uliovunjika kutoka na vurugu. (Picha na Talib Ussi).
Na Talib Ussi, Zanzibar

Tanzanian woman starts egg farm

Anne Zacze (left) manager of Global Development Programs at the U.S. Grains Council, and Neema Minja, owner of Kebag Corporate Limited, talk about Minja’s farm in Tanzania. Minja has established a successful egg farm. She sells to a local supermarket.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Neema Minja overcame many obstacles to own and operate a poultry farm in Tanzania.

Kurasa za mbele na nyuma za baadhi ya magazeti ya Tanzania leo Agosti 29, 2016


Job: Director of Finance - Tanzania, Henry M. Jackson Foundation

Organization: Henry M. Jackson Foundation
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 23 Sep 2016

Job: Livelihood and Empowernment Manager

Organization: Restless Development
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 08 Sep 2016

Restless Development Tanzania is the leading national youth led development agency proving every day that young people can change the world. Our strength comes from being led by young people and young professionals from the boardroom right through to the field. We have been working in Tanzania since 1993 and have established an impressive track record in delivering grassroots impact through youth led development programmes aligned to the Government of Tanzania’s Consecutive National Development Plans. We have just launched an exciting 5 year strategic plan (2016 - 2021) which champions for a growing movement of change makers unleashing leadership as an agency in their own right. We believe as an agency we have the key to unlock young people’s potential both at national and on a global scale. Our vision is that young people everywhere are able to demand and deliver a just and sustainable world. Key to attaining our vision is the Restless Model which puts youth at the heart of development. Unified priorities for specific changes that young people are demanding are anchored in four enabling goal areas,Voice, Living, Sexual Rights and Leadership

We are seeking a values-orientated, suitably qualified, motivated and experienced individual to fill the position of Livelihoods and Empowerment Manager in our Programme Unit.

Position: Livelihoods and Empowerment Manager

Position Summary:

The livelihoods and empowerment manager will be accountable for;
  • Providing technical and project management support to implementing partners to ensure quality and timely delivery of the project.
  • The livelihoods and empowerment manager will also be responsible for developing strong relationships with policy makers at the national level.
  • This role will also be responsible for strategic development and implementation of all activities in the goal area of Living, manage livelihoods projects and staff, including planning and executing day-to-day activities and oversee financial management while providing quality information on the progress and outcomes in all aspects of the implementation of the livelihoods and empowerment program.
  • This also will include building up highly functional working partnerships with relevant local administration staff, targeting beneficiaries, procurement, delivery and storage of materials, distribution, technical support and monitoring.
  • You will also ensure the timely and efficient implementation of the livelihoods and empowerment project according to all specific targets and modalities set out in the project documentation. 3
How to apply:
http://restlessdevelopment.org/vacancies

Download application form, complete and return this application form to [email protected] marked “Livelihoods and Employment Manager” by 5pm Thursday, 8th September 2016

Note: No CVs, cover letters or resumes will be considered.

Job: Senior Deputy Camp Manager (National Position) - Danish Refugee Council

Organization: Danish Refugee Council
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 04 Sep 2016

Job: Nurse Educator / Visiting Faculty - Liberia, Malawi, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda

Organization: Seed Global Health
Country: Liberia, Malawi, Swaziland, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 25 Nov 2016

The Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP) is a joint initiative with the Peace Corps, U.S. President's Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), and Seed Global Health that partners with countries to help them overcome critical shortages of health providers and build strong, sustainable health systems. GHSP places nurses and physicians as visiting faculty in nursing and medical schools in Liberia, Malawi, Swaziland, Tanzania, and Uganda.

GHSP Nurse Educators are posted overseas as Peace Corps Response Volunteers to serve as visiting faculty; they teach and work alongside local faculty to expand capacity, strengthen the quality and breadth of nursing education, provide improved health professional development opportunities, and importantly, improve care for vulnerable patients.

To assure cultural integration, GHSP Nurse Educators are paired with a host country counterpart. Together with their counterparts and other faculty colleagues, GHSP Nurse Educators develop or refine locally tailored best practice approaches to nursing education and encourage a continuous culture of excellence, responsibility, and accountability in the delivery of health care.

Depending on the GHSP Nurse Educator's educational preparation and clinical expertise, the role they serve will vary. Typically, Bachelors prepared volunteers with clinical instruction or precepting expertise serve as clinical instructors in the clinical arena and may be called upon to assist in the classroom or skills lab. Masters prepared advanced practice nurses teach in the classroom and clinical area and may participate in curriculum and program development. Doctoral-prepared (PhD or DNP) volunteers serve across the teaching, research, service and policy domains, as needed.

In partnership with host country faculty, local nurse leaders and Seed Global Health nursing staff, key volunteer tasks may include (but are not limited to):
  • Serving as classroom faculty,
  • Serving as a clinical instructor utilizing both simulation and clinical settings,
  • Participating in the development or refinement of locally tailored curriculum that integrates educational best practices in the context of country and partner institution specific regulations, mission and need,
  • Facilitating academic-clinical partnerships to develop practice improvement projects that strengthen care at the point of service,
  • Participating in professional development activities with partner-country faculty and clinicians,
  • Working closely with nursing mentors to foster a model of integrated education and practice among medical, nursing and midwifery students, and
  • If appropriate, working with national nursing organizations to assist in the establishment of policies that support the enhanced role of the nurse.
GHSP recruits in programmatic areas that strive to meet the needs of partner nursing schools; this has included community health, graduate studies, medical/surgical, mental health, midwifery, pediatrics, advanced practice and sub-specialties such as anesthesia and critical care.

How to apply:

ELIGIBILITY Volunteers are deployed for one-year assignments beginning in July 2017. Nurse applicants must have a BSN with a minimum of three years clinical experience (advanced degrees and specialized board certification are preferred).

BENEFITS GHSP is a Peace Corps Response program, which offers high-impact assignments for qualified professionals. Benefits for volunteers include monthly living stipends, transportation to and from their country of service, comprehensive medical care, a readjustment allowance, and paid vacation days. Seed Global Health offers debt assistance up to $30,000 for qualified volunteers.

APPLY For more information about requirements, qualifications, benefits, financial assistance, and the application process, please visit: http://seedglobalhealth.org/apply. The deadline for applications is November 25, 2016.

Job: Human-Centered Design Consultant

Organization: Population Services International
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 24 Sep 2016

Job title Human-Centered Design Consultant

Department Sales & Marketing

Based in Location Dar es Salaam

Reports to the Technical Advisor, Innovation

Who we are

We're Population Services International (PSI), the world's leading non-profit social marketing organization. We work to make it easier for people in the developing world to be healthy by providing access to products and services that range from mosquito nets to HIV testing.

There are over 9,000 “PSI'ers” around the world. It's a diverse group of entrepreneurs and professionals with an unusually wide range of backgrounds - from the medical industry to the music business - all with unique skills we bring to the job.

Join us!

Our Sales & Marketing Department has a newly established Innovation Team, which supports a range of projects using new and innovative techniques such as total market approach, social franchising, e-referral and human-centered design. The team has undergone training and practice in human-centered design, but still building our skills and our team. Our team aims to be creative, makers & doers, risk-taking, empathetic, open-minded, optimistic and iterative. We look to support our marketing department through new solutions and an energizing approach.

We are looking for Human-Centered Design (HCD) expert to help build the capacity of our Innovation Team in HCD and drive forward the prototyping phase of Adolescents 360 (A360), a program focused on improving reproductive health outcomes for adolescent girls in Tanzania through a developmentally informed HCD process. The HCD Consultant will be responsible for maintaining the speed of the prototyping process and training the Innovation Team through both formal theories and practical application.

The HCD consultant will be entering the program at a point when design research and synthesis have been completed, and early-stage prototypes have been developed. The consultant will be responsible for leading the team through the prototype phase, resulting in fully-formed prototypes ready for piloting by October 2016.

Sound like you? Read on.

Your contribution

You will be responsible for the development of human-centered design skills, team development and preparing our prototypes for pilot stage. You will work with the Innovation Technical Advisor and Adolescents 360 Country Lead to push forward the prototyping process, with the goal of having an intervention ready for pilot by October 2016.

Build Innovation Team Capacity
  • Train Innovation team on HCD through formal training and concepts
  • Build team's capacity in design research and in identifying and articulating insights as compared to observations, facts and data
  • Lead Innovation team through hands-on practice implementing HCD through prototyping of A360 ideas
  • Promote creativity and open ideas through team assignments, team makeup and other relevant team building and development strategies
  • Onboard and train new Innovation team members and other relevant PSI staff
Lead Adolescents 360 Prototyping development to prepare for pilot
  • Manage the creative design process of A360 prototype ideas
  • Implement flexible program monitoring and evaluation systems appropriate for the level of prototype
  • Help prepare internal, regional and donor sharing documents and reports on the program's process
Develop pool of local “makers”
  • Identify local craftspeople and creative talent to create a pool of makers that can be called on when needed
  • Basic initiation/training of local makers on the HCD process, priming them for the teams' work flow and process
Co-lead Key Stakeholder Program Visit
  • Co-develop and co-lead a visit from key internal and external stakeholders
  • Design the program and objectives for the week
  • Co-facilitate the learning process and HCD process
  • Build participants understanding of and skills in HCD
What are we looking for?

The basics
  • You have a bachelors degree in design, public health, business development, social sciences or relevant field
  • You have at least four years of experience in human-centered design
  • You have passion and experience in building local skills and team development
  • You have worked using an HCD approach in the developing world
  • You have experience working in public health, NGOs and/or the social sector
  • You have led teams of other designers in a human centered design process
  • References will be required.
What would get us excited?

Capacity Builder: You have experience in building institution, local technical, management and leadership capacity.

Collaborative manager. You are able to inspire a shared vision for the country staff. You have successfully helped your teams learn, grow, and thrive in their work.

A systems thinker. You are able to develop system-wide solutions, connecting several ideas into a larger and coherent solution. You can look at the big picture and understand the opportunities in the Tanzanian setting.

A strategist and an innovator. You are creative, innovative and a strategic thinker. You have a strong interest in private-sector approaches to development and a proven ability to produce results.

STATUS Consultant

PLEASE SEND COVER LETTERS AND CVS TO: [email protected]

PSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals regardless of actual or perceived race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, personal appearance, matriculation, political affiliation, family status or responsibilities, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, childbirth, related medical conditions or breastfeeding, genetic information, amnesty, veteran, special disabled veteran or uniform service member status or employment status.

How to apply:
Click here to apply PI95016699