Kurasa za mbele na nyuma za baadhi ya magazeti ya Tanzania leo Oktoba 5, 2016

World Bank Group Internship now accepting applications

The World Bank Group Internship offers highly motivated and successful individuals an opportunity to improve their skills while working in a diverse environment. Interns generally find the experience to be rewarding and interesting.

To be eligible for the internship, candidates must possess an undergraduate degree and already be enrolled in a full-time graduate study program (pursuing a Master's degree or PhD with plans to return to school in a full-time capacity). Generally, successful candidates have completed their first year of graduate studies or are already into their PhD programs.

This internship typically seeks candidates in the following fields: economics, finance, human development (public health, education, nutrition, population), social science (anthropology, sociology), agriculture, environment, private sector development, as well as other related fields. Fluency in English is required. Prior relevant work experience, computing skills, as well as knowledge of languages such as French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Portuguese, and Chinese are advantageous.

The Bank Group pays an hourly salary to all interns and, where applicable, provides an allowance towards travel expenses. Interns are responsible for their own living accommodations. Most positions are located in Washington, D.C. (some positions are offered in country offices) and are a minimum of four weeks in duration.

The Bank Group's Internship is offered during two seasons, and applications are accepted during the following periods:
Summer Internship (June–September)

The application period for the Summer Internship is December 1–January 31 each year.
Winter Internship (December–March)

The application period for the Winter Internship is October 1–31. All applications MUST be submitted online. Applications submitted after the deadline will not be considered.

For Application Checklist and more, click this link: web.worldbank.org

You shouldn't take painkillers for general soreness after working out

Inflammation causes pain, but it's also the first step towards healing. When you work out you're damaging muscles. In response your body adapts, healing that damage and making you stronger so that you can better handle those forces in the future.

Some research has found that some of the pro-inflammatory compounds produced by exercise then cause the release of powerful anti-inflammatory substances that help damaged muscles heal and have other long-lasting health benefits. There's reason to think that artificially suppressing the initial inflammation could prevent that healing process, neutralizing some of the real benefits of exercise.
  1. Some researchers have found that both ibuprofen and acetaminophen (another type of pain reliever, often branded as Tylenol) suppress the protein formation that occurs in muscles after high-intensity exercise. 
  2. Even more research has found that nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen (aspirin is also in this category) inhibit bone healing. 
  3. There's even some evidence showing that using ibuprofen regularly for soreness may damage cellular tissue and generally prevent your body from even being able to take full advantage of exercise.
  4. Even using ice baths or ice packs to reduce inflammation can slow the body's adaptation process, though that just delays healing, it doesn't actually stop it from happening.
There's an exception to all this, of course. If you have an actual injury, using a painkiller to reduce inflammation may help you heal. 

But for general muscle soreness, if you want your body to recover best and get stronger, you're better off just toughing it out.

A simple guide on when to take which pain reliever

Anybody who says, 'I'm an expert in leadership' is a liar!

According to TED speaker and "Leaders Eat Last" and "Together is Better" author Simon Sinek, leaders are definitely not born.

That, the ability to inspire and command isn't some mystical, innate quality, rather a skill set that can be honed and strengthened with practice.
"Regardless of when we start our leadership education, it is an education," Sinek tells Business Insider. "Anybody who says, 'I'm an expert in leadership' is a liar. No one is an expert in leadership. Like, no one's an expert parent. It's a process and it's a constant education.
"Some people are better at it because of the way they were raised and their education. But, at the end of the day, it's a learnable skill, like parenting."

Hotuba ya Rais Magufuli akimkaribisha Rais Kabila na kufungua jengo la TPA


Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania Dkt. John Pombe Magufuli akimlaki mgeni wake Rais wa Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Congo (DRC) Joseph Kabila Ikulu jijini Dar es salaam usiku huu alikomwandalia dhifa ya Kitaifa kwaheshima yake

Taarifa kwa wahitimu katika fani ya Afya wanaotarajiwa kuanza internship

Taarifa ya Wizara ya kuwasili kwa chanjo

Taarifa ya habari ChannelTEN Oktoba 4, 2016