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Ni Ijumaa ya tarehe 15 mwezi Oktoba mwaka 2021 siku ya kimataifa ya wanawake wa vijijini. Karibu uungane na Flora Nducha kusikiliza jarida ambapo kama ilivyo ada ijumaa ni siku ya kuwa na mada kwa kina na hii leo tunamulika afya ya akili tukifunga safari hadi Kenya kwa msichana aliyetaka kujiua, kulikoni? Pia utapata fursa ya kujifunza lugha ya Kiswahili ambapo leo tunapata ufafanuzi wa maana za neno "KITAMBI" na mchambuzi wetu ni Onni Sigalla Mhariri mwandamizi wa Baraza la Kiswahili la Taifa nchini Tanzania , BAKITA.
We speak to a teacher's union leader from eSwatini, where transport workers have joined student and civil society activists after two weeks of protests. Plus, a report from Tanzania on how farmers affected by climate change are using new techniques to adapt to their changing surroundings. And we meet the young hopefuls from Nigeria hoping to make it in the NFL, even though they're new to American football.
Kuelekea siku ya kimataifa ya wanawake wa kijijini ambayo huadhimishwa tarehe 15 ya mwezi Oktoba kila mwaka, Devotha Songorwa wa redio washirika ya Kiss FM nchini Tanzania amezungumza na wanawake kutoka mikoa ya Manyara na Mbeya wanaoshiriki maonesho mahsusi kwa ajili ya siku hiyo mkoani Kilimanjaro nchini Tanzania ambao wamemueleza changamoto za kiuchumi wanazokabilana nazo hasa wakati huu wa janga la ugonjwa wa Corona au COVID-10 , sambamba na umiliki wa ardhi vijijini. Adeladia Joachim Malya kutoka kijiji cha Sigino mkoani Manyara ameeleza namna wanawake wanavyoshiriki kikamilifu katika kilimo lakini sio wanufaika wa matapo ya jasho lao “ Maisha kijijini ni magumu, wanawake wanalima wanashirikiana na waume zao na watoto lakini kifika wakati wa mavuno baba ndio anamiliki mazao, mama anakosa uhuru na mazao waliyolima pamoja pesa ni mali ya baba”. Ameongeza kuwa ugonjwa wa Corona au COVID-19 umewaathiri sana kwakukaa nyumbani. “ Wanawake wa vijijini wengi ni wajasiriamali, wanafanya shughuli kwa ajili ya maisha kwa ajili ya watoto kuwanunulia mahitaji yao, sasa Corona imefanya wakina mama wengi kushindwa kutoka kwenda kufanya biashara mijini na hii imefanya wenye mikopo kushindwa kurejesha mikopo yao” Mawazo yake yameungwa mkono na mwanakijiji kutoka mkoani Mbeya Sophia Mrwati mjasiriamali aliyegusia elimu ya Corona na fursa ya wanawake kumiliki ardhi. “ Tunashukuru tunapokuwa kwenye vikundi vya kinamama tunapatiwa elimu ya corona na sasa tunajua kuwa japo ni hiyari lakini ni muhimu sana hasa watu wazima kupata chanjo, watu wote wanahamasishwa kupata chanjo kwa usalama wao. Pia tunaelimishwa juu ya ulaji wa vyakula vyenye lishe sio kulima tuu na kuuza, tunapaswa kula viazi lishe mbogamboga na vyakula vya protini” amesema Sophia na kuongeza kuwa “ changamoto kubwa tunayokumbana nayo ni kuwa wanawake wengi wa vijijini hawafahamu juu ya haki yao ya kumiliki ardhi kwahiyo unakuta wanaume tuu ndio wanao miliki ardhi”. Kwa upande wake, Stella Kimambo ambaye ni Afisa Lishe kutoka Shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la Chakula na Kilimo FAO nchini Tanzania, anaeleza namna shirika hilo linavyogusa wananwake wa vijijini. “Asilimia kubwa ya wazalishaji wa chakula ni wanawake kwahiyo tunafanya kazi kwa karibu sana na wanawake tukiwasihi wasizalishe na kuuza bali wakilete kile chakula kutoka kwenye mashamba yao mpaka kifike mezani mwao watoto wao wale na wawe na lishe bora.” Stella ameongeza kuwa katika kusherehekea siku ya wanawake wa vijijini wanaangazia pia suala la umiliki wa ardhi. “ Kumekuwa na mila na destuli hasa katika maeneo mengi ya Afrika kumuweka mwanamke nyuma, yeye analima tuu kwenye ardhi lakini hawezi kuimiliki, kwahiyo tunataka aimilikie ile ardhi, alime vizuri na chakula kiweze kufika mezani. Tunatoa hamasa pia katika kumsaidia aweze kupata pembejeo za kilimo ili aweze kulima sana kwasababu yeye ni mkulima ambaye anatufanya sisi wote tunafurahi mezani tunapofika mezani, ni mkulima wa pekee.” Kauli mbiu mwaka huu ya siku ya wanawake wa vijijini ni “Ardhi ni nyenzo kwa Maendeleo ya Mwanamke wa Kijijini”
Katika Jarida la Habari za UN hii leo Assumpta Massoi anakuletea -Janga la corona au COVID-19 limerudisha nyuma jitihada za kutokomeza kifua kikuu au Tb limeonya shirika la afya la Umoja wa Mataifa WHO -Kuelekea siku ya wanawake wa kijijini hapo kesho Oktoba 15 utawasikia wanawake kutoka Tanzania wakielezea changamoto za COVID-19 katika kujikimu kimaisha -Takwimu mpya zionaonyesha wagonjwa wa COVID-19 wamepungua lakini bado kuna nchi kama Burundi na Korea Kaskazini hazijaanza kutoa chanjo dhidi ya gonjwa hilo -Makala leo inatupeleka Uganda kwa mkimbizi ambaye sasa anachuuza mitumba ili kujikimu kimaisha baada misaada kwa wakimbizi kupunguzwa -Mashinani leo tunaelekea Kenya katika hospitali ya Kapenguria kaunti ya Pokot
The TWiP team solves the case of the Traveler to Tanzania with a Purple Lesion, and discuss Mosquirix, the first vaccine approved for Plasmodium parasites. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Daniel Griffin, and Christina Naula Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Links for this episode PWB on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Historic malaria vaccine (Nature) Efficacy and safety of RTS,S/AS01 (Lancet) Letters read on TWiP 199 Become a patron of TWiP Case Study for TWiP 199 Gentleman in 40s, repeated intestinal issues, diagnosed with Giardia and treated, a year later again, again not feeling well. Stool testing shows Blastocystis and Endolimax nana. Lives in NYC area, single, active socially with different partners, no other medical problems, does take PREP for AIDS. Exam and labs normal except for stools. HIV negative. Treated with metronidazole, no impact on symptoms. Coincides with successful encounters. Send your case diagnosis, questions and comments to email@example.com Music by Ronald Jenkees
The World Health Organization has recommended a widespread rollout of the first malaria vaccine, Mosquirix, which it says could save tens of thousands of lives. But experts say it's just one tool in the fight against infection. We talk to Dr. Fredros Okumu, director of science at the Ifakara Health Institute in Tanzania; and Dr. Githinji Gitahii in Nairobi, Global CEO of Amref Health Africa and board member of the African CDC.
Karibu kusikiliza jarida ikiwa leo tarehe 11 mwezi Oktoba mwaka 2021 ni siku ya mtoto wa kike duniani. Kama ilivyo ada jumatatu ni siku ya mada kwa kina ambapo leo tunakwenda nchini Tanzania kumulika huduma za posta kwa kutambua kuwa mwishoni mwa wiki ilikuwa siku ya posta duniani. Ungana na Flora Nducha anayekuletea jarida
Dr. Lilian Pintea of the Jane Goodall Institute joins us this week on The Lookfar Podcast: Voices from the Wild. From his upbringing in rural Moldova and Romania to his studies at Moscow State University and the University of Minnesota, Lilian has long been passionate about wild animals and their habitats. As Vice President for Conservation Science at the Jane Goodall Institute, Lilian has spent nearly twenty years applying satellite imagery and other remote sensing and data integration technologies to Dr. Goodall's community-led conservation work in Gombe National Park, Tanzania and throughout the chimpanzee range in Africa.
Hii leo katika kujifunza lugha ya kiswahili, Onni Sigalla Mhariri Mwandamizi katika Baraza la Kiswahili la Taifa nchini Tanzania, BAKITA anafafanua maana ya methali Zingwizingwi lipe nguo ulione mashauo. Karibu!
Katika jarida la mada kwa kina hii leo Assumpta Massoi anakuletea -Waandishi wa habari Maria Ressa raia wa Ufilipino na Dimitry Muratov raia wa Urusi wameshinda tuzo ya amani ya Nobel mwaka huu 2021 -Mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa lile la mpango wa chakula duniani WFP, la elimu sayansi na utamaduni UNESCO na Katibu Mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa Antonio Guterres wamewapongeza na kuwamwagia sifa washindi hao kwa mchango wao katika kusongeza njia ya amani -Masda yetu kwa kila leo inatupeleka NASA kwa Dkt. Alinda mashiku ambaye kwa kushirikiana na wenzie wawili wameanzisha wakfu wa kuchagiza wasicha kuingia katika masomo ya sayansi, teknolojia na hisabati STEM amezungumza kwa undani na Idhaa hii -Na kama ada ya ijumaa ni kujifunza Kiswahili leo tunabisha hodi Baraza la Kiswahili la Taifa nchini Tanzania kwa mtaalam Onni Sigalla akifafanua maana ya methali "Zingwizingwi lipe nguo, ulione mashauo"
World News in 7 minutes. Friday 8th October 2021.Transcript at: send7.org/transcripts Today: Taiwan US training soldiers. South Korea transgender win. Pakistan earthquake. Italy faith talks. Poland EU laws conflict. Greece France pact. Saudi takes Newcastle. US abortion ban banned. Brazil Nazi treasures. Mali attack. Tanzania literature prize. And Desmond Tutu.Send your opinion or experience by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or send an audio message at send7.org for us to broadcast. With Stephen Devincenzi and Khadija Tahir.SEND7 (Simple English News Daily in 7 minutes) tells news in intermediate English. Every day, listen to the most important stories in the world in slow, clear English. This easy English news podcast is perfect for English learners, people with English as a second language, and people who want to hear a fast news update from around the world. Learn English through hard topics, but simple grammar. SEND7 covers all news including politics, business, natural events and human rights. For more information visit send7.org/contact
Escritor tanzaniano, Abdulrazak Gurnah vence o prémio Nobel da Literatura para 2021. Em Moçambique, António do Rosário – nega em tribunal ter tido contatos por e-mails com Armando Guebuza. Em Angola: Tribunal Constitucional anula congresso da UNITA que elegeu Adalberto Costa Júnior e analista considera: “trata-se de uma decisão política”. Manchas de petróleo preocupam pescadores em Cabinda.
Nchini Tanzania shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la chakula na kilimo duniani, FAO limetambulisha mradi wa FISH4ACP wa kuongeza mnyororo wa thamani ya mazao ya uvuvi katika ziwa Tanganyika mkoani Katavi baada ya mradi huo unaohusisha nchi 12 za Afrika, Karibea na Pasifiki kuwa na matokeo chanya kwa wavuvi mkoani Kigoma. Devotha Songorwa wa Radio washirika KidsTime FM anafafanua zaidi katika ripoti hii. Mkoani Katavi, kusini magharibi mwa Tanzania shughuli mahsusi ni utambulishaji wa mradi wa FISH4ACP ( Fish for ACP) unaolenga kuboresha mazao ya baharini kwa lengo la kulinda mazingira na kuinua kipato cha wananchi. Walengwa ni wavuvi na mmoja wao akanieleza Akizungumza na UN News, Afisa Mtaalamu Mnyororo wa Thamani wa Uvivu na Ufugaji Viumbe Maji, kutoka FAO nchini Tanzania anayesimamia mikoa ya Katavi, Rukwa na Kigoma nchini Tanzania, Hashim Muumin amesema mradi huu ulioanza kutekelezwa nwezi Septemba mwaka jana wa 2020 unagharimu zaidi ya dola milioni 46. Na vipi ujio wa mradi huu mkoa wa Katavi? Naye Afisa Uvuvi wa Halmashauri ya Wilaya ya Tanganyika, Donald Kusekwa amebainisha kuwa kwa sasa hali ya uvuvi Wilayani Tanganyika siyo ya kuridhisha kutokana na mabadiliko ya tabia nchi kusababisha kupungua kwa dagaa na samaki hivyo kufanya wakazi wa maeneo hao kukosa kitoweo hicho na ujio wa mradi wa FISH4ACP ni mkombozi kwao na umewafika kwa wakati sahihi. Nao baadhi ya wavuvi na wafanya biashara wakazungunzia ujio wa mradio huo na namna utakavyowanufaisha kufanya shughuli zao kuondokana na Uvuvi wa mazoea hatimaye kuvua kisasa.
Leo katika Jarida la Umoja wa Mataifa Assumpta Massoi anakuletea -Janga la utapiamlo limefurutu ada nchini Afghanistan , huku mabadiliko ya tabianchi na vita vinadhidisha madhila kwa watoto na familia zao yameonya mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa la UNICEF na WFP -Mradi wa uvuvi wa shirika la chakula na kilimo la Umoja wa Mataifa FAO ujulikanao FISH4ACP baada ya kushamiri Kigoma Tanzania sasa umehamia mkoani Katavi kuwaletea nuru wavuvi -Kikosi cha walindamani wa Tanzania wanaohudumu katika kikosi cha kujibu mashambulizi FIB kilicho chini ya mpango wa UN nchini Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Congo DRC kiitwacho MONUSCO wametunukiwa nishani ya Umoja wa Mataifa -Makala yetu inatupeleka Kenya kwa mwanariadha nyota Faith Kipyegoni aliyeshiriki mashindano ya karibuni ya Olimpiki nchini Japan -Na leo mashinani tunakwenda nchini Tanzania kwake Sheikh Issa Othman Issa na ujumbe mahsusi kuhusu chanjo dhidi ya Corona au COVID-19
Umoja wa Mataifa unaamini michezo ni moja ya njia zinazoweza kuchangia kufanikisha malengo ya maendeleo endelevu, SDGs. Kwa upande mmoja michezo huleta furaha na amani, hukutanisha watu na kwa upande mmoja ni chanzo cha mapato katika mnyororo mzima wa watu watoe wanaoshiriki katikati ya uwanja na nje ya uwanja achilia mbali kuwa michezo ni hakikisho la afya bora ya mwili. Kutana na Feriche Mashauri a.k.a ‘Boyka' mwanamke wa kwanza nchini Tanzania kushinda mkanda wa Ubingwa wa Afrika Mashariki na Kati Mchezo wa ngumi mchezo ambao unahitaji ujasiri wa hali ya juu na mazoezi mengi ambapo jamii inauona mchezo huu ni hatari na ni kwaajili ya wanaume pekee lakini mwanamke huyu ana mawazo tofauti. Feriche anataka kuutumia mchezo huu wa ngumi kupambana na kukosekana kwa usawa wa kijinsia na pia kukuza uchumi.
Katika Jarida la Habari ya Umoja wa Mataifa hii leo Assumpta Massoi anakuletea -Janga la COVID-19 limewaathiri watoto kwa kiasi kikubwa na shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la kuhudumia watoto UNICEF linasema ni mwiba kwa afya ya akili kwa vijana na watoto -Leo ni siku ya waalimu duniani UNESCO na wadau wanazihimiza serikali kuwapa waalimu kipaumbele katika kurejesha elimu mahali pake na kurejesha matumaini ya watoto wengi. -Nchini Sudan Kusini ofisi ya Umoja wa Mataifa inayohusika na kutegua mabomu ya kutegwa ardhini UNMAS inasema mabomu hayo ni hatari kubwa kwa jamii na inaendelea na hatua za kuyasafisha yote -Makala yetu leo inatupeleka Tanzania kwa bondia wa kike ambaye anataka kujenga shule ya kuinua vipaji wa bondia kwa wanawake. _Na mashinani tunabisha hodi Kenya kuangalia umuhimu wa kuboresha mifumo ya chakula kwa ajili ya lishe ya watoto
Brown People We Know, hosted by Suraj Kandukuri, is an interview podcast with South Asian Americans taking non-traditional career and lifestyle paths. By sharing these stories, the podcast aims to break down stereotypes about South Asians and to reduce social pressures from within the diaspora community to take a certain path. In this episode, Suraj interviews Ranjan Ravaliya who is a retired engineer who earned her PhD in Chemistry in India during the 1980's. At 62, she decided to come out of retirement by visiting Haridwar in India and training to become a priestess. Today, at 67, she goes by the moniker The New England Priest as she officiates weddings. In this episode, Ranjan shared the story of her family leaving Tanzania during Idi Amin's time and about earning the nickname “Rapid Ranjan” as she hiked Kilimanjaro years later. They talk about her decision to pursue higher education despite her father's wishes, and the funny way that she convinced him to pay for it. And she reflected on parenting as a single mother of two and what she sees her role as a grandparent today.
On a special episode of the AppleInsider podcast, travel photographer Austin Mann shares his experience reviewing the iPhone 13 Pro camera system on a journey through Tanzania. Follow our hosts @austinmann on Instagram @austinmann on Twitter @stephenrobles on Twitter Support the Show Support the show on Patreon or Apple Podcasts to get ad-free episodes every week, access to our private Discord channel, and early release of the show! We would also appreciate a 5-star rating and review in Apple Podcasts Links from the show iPhone 13 Pro Camera Review: Tanzania — Austin Mann iPhone 13 Pro macro photography selling point for upgraders, says Austin Mann Exclusive interview: Austin Mann on photography with the M1 iPad Pro iPhone 13 Pro & iPhone 13 Pro Max review: Exceptional phones but the Pro Max underwhelms How to take macro photos and video on iPhone 13 Pro More AppleInsider podcasts Subscribe and listen to our AppleInsider Daily podcast for the latest Apple news Monday through Friday. You can find it on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, or anywhere you listen to podcasts. Tune in to our HomeKit Insider podcast covering the latest news, products, apps and everything HomeKit related. Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Overcast, or just search for HomeKit Insider wherever you get your podcasts. Podcast artwork from Basic Apple Guy. Download the free wallpaper pack here. Those interested in sponsoring the show can reach out to us at: email@example.com Special Guest: Austin Mann.
In this episode, “Simple, Affordable, and Reproducible!”, Paulo and I discuss practical tools and equipping of local movement leaders in Tanzania to create their own gospel media. Paulo shares with me how his people need simple media that can be used immediately in their church planting efforts. This media must be small and simple, so…
In this podcast, Yeva picks up where she left off in Part 1. She backs up from her time in Brazil to tell us about peace camps she went to as a kid, and how that took her to places like Tanzania. As the kids who went the camps got older, they started having reunions they dubbed "seminar camps." As a teen, Yeva went to one such reunion the French Alps. Years later, as a college student in Brazil, she was on staff as a seminar camp, coming full circle. Back in Rhode Island, she went straight into medical school. Returned from her time abroad as a young adult, Yeva noted the material abundance found in US versus a place like Brazil. She says she almost quit med school because it was so intense, but she ended up sticking with it. Once her education really ramped up, things like writing for the newspaper and playing flute fell by the wayside. Yeva explains that it was during her time in med school that HIV/AIDS started becoming known. But that wasn't necessarily what brought her west to San Francisco. She cites a spring break trip to The City while she was still in med school that sealed the deal for her—that, a brush with Armistead Maupin, and getting matched with a program at San Francisco General Hospital in family medicine serving underserved populations. Just before her move here in 1990, she came out to help with Loma Prieta earthquake recovery efforts. She did her training, met a partner, had kids, and has worked a lot since her move. Yeva also discovered poetry and shares the story of how that happened. We end this episode with Yeva's thoughts on San Francisco today as well as what could be in store for The City's future. And then she reads one of her poems: "Incantation for Black Lives to Remain in Focus After the Outrage Fades." We recorded this podcast at Shakespeare Garden in Golden Gate Park in September 2021. Photography by Michelle Kilfeather
A recent science publication describes the social bonding that seems to occur among male chimpanzees towards the alpha male that has the effect of enabling less dominant males access to females. The data is based upon nearly 40 years of longitudinal observations of our closest relatives made at Gombe National Park in Tanzania. Primatologist Dr. Samantha Russak from Tanganika Wildlife Park discusses the implications of the study for understanding early humans as well as the conservation importance of preserving primate species. That Sounds Wild: Fisher's Turaco. Animalcare Software KONG Zoo Zoo Logic ZOOmility
Faith Malton is a natural-born engineer. She was born missing her right arm and thus, grew up problem-solving and adapting to her environment through innovation. More importantly, she engineered her mental aptitude and psyche to be rooted in a growth mindset. A student ambassador, she found herself inquisitive on how other cultures worked and how culture determines the perception of disability. Her curiosity led her to places like Antarctica, India, and Tanzania. Every trip was an awakening and revealed to her how the built environment shapes the way in which humans experience the world. She now works at Walter P. Moore, an international civil engineering firm, doing site design. She believes design teams have a responsibility for their designs to be universally accessible, inspire the human spirit, and nurture a connection to the natural world.Malton also works to help others break through mental barriers and navigate the world with limb differences through her YouTube channel, One Arm Wonder.Resources:YouTube: One Arm WonderInstagram: @theonearmwonderrrTEDx Talk: From Victim to Creator
Balozi wa Tanzania nchini Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Congo, DRC Luteni Jenerali Mstaafu Paul Meela amewasihi wananchi kuwa na imani kuwa matatizo yataisha kwani vikosi vya Umoja wa Mataifa vya kulinda amani nchini humo MONUSCO na Umoja wa Mataifa wenyewe wanafanya juu chini kunakuwa kuhakikisha na amani. Ameyasema hayo wakati wa tukio maalum la Afrika Kusini kuikabidhi Tanzania ukamanda wa kikosi cha kujibu mashambulizi FIB kilicho ndani ya MONUSCO, jukumu ambalo makamanda hao hukabidhiana kila mwaka. Taarifa zaidi anayo Kapteni Tumaini Bigambo, afisa habari wa kikosi cha Tanzania, MONUSCO, TANZBATT-8. (Taarifa ya Kapteni Tumaini)
According to the IMF: Tanzania requires urgent financial support of $1.1 billion (1.5 percent of GDP) in the next 12 months to avert a potential economic fallout arising from the Covid-19 pandemic and the rising import bill linked to rising crude oil prices.
Sean Illing talks with climate scholar Andreas Malm about his book How to Blow Up A Pipeline. They discuss the failure of decades of protests and appeals to curb the actions of the fossil fuel industry. And they explore why, despite dire evidence like the increasingly common scourge of wildfires and disastrous weather events, the climate change movement hasn't moved beyond peaceful protest — and why Malm argues the time for escalation is now. Host: Sean Illing (@seanilling), Interviews Writer, Vox Guest: Andreas Malm, associate professor, Lund University References: How to Blow Up a Pipeline: Learning to Fight in a World on Fire by Andreas Malm (Verso; 2021) "Uganda, Tanzania, oil firms sign accords to build $3.5 billion pipeline" by Elias Biryabarema (Reuters; Apr. 11) "The Energy Future Needs Cleaner Batteries" by Drake Bennett (Bloomberg; Sept. 23) "Empirically grounded technology forecasts and the energy transition" by Rupert Way, Matthew Ives, Penny Mealy, and J. Doyne Farmer (INET Oxford Working Paper No. 2021-01; Sept. 14) "Fossilised Capital: Price and Profit in the Energy Transition" by Brett Christophers (New Political Economy; May 12) The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson (Hachette; 2020) "The Myth of Sisyphus" by Albert Camus (1942) Enjoyed this episode? Rate Vox Conversations ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to hear the next episode of Vox Conversations by subscribing in your favorite podcast app. Support Vox Conversations by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts This episode was made by: Producer: Erikk Geannikis Editor: Amy Drozdowska Deputy Editorial Director, Vox Talk: Amber Hall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Street artists from Switzerland and Uganda talk to Kim Chakanetsa about creating public art to enrich lives and bring about change. The Swiss artist Mona Caron is best known for her multi-story murals celebrating the rebellious resilience of weeds. She first became a muralist in her adoptive hometown of San Francisco, and creates images on a massive scale in public spaces. She blends her artivism with social movements, and enjoys working in collaboration with kindred-spirited artists and activists. Fatuma Hassan is a painter, graffiti artist and muralist who lives and works in Jinja, Uganda. She says she's never met another female street artist in the country and people are sometimes shocked that she's climbing ladders to paint her murals on buildings. She likes projects that raise community awareness and celebrate the African woman. She's part of the Afri-cans festival and has created murals in Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania and Kenya. Produced by Jane Thurlow IMAGE (L) Mona Caron, credit Chris Carlsson (R) Fatuma Hassan, courtesy Fatuma Hassan
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Listen to the Sat. Sept. 25, 2021 edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features our regular PANW report with dispatches on the visit of Rwandan President Paul Kagame to the northern region of Mozambique; South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has delivered an address to the nation in observance of Heritage Day; the World Health Organization has announced that COVAX will decline its COVID-19 vaccines by 25%; and a Chinese executive for a high tech company has been released from Canadian custody in a prisoner exchange. In the second hour we will listen to addresses delivered at the United Nations General Assembly 76th Session held during the week. Speeches by the Secretary General, the Deputy Prime Minister of Ethiopia and the President of Tanzania are reviewed. Finally, we hear a report from the African Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director General Dr. John Nkengasong.
Dj G Sparta presents Cheza Chini Mix. Cheza Chini Mix has the Gengetone and Dancehall vibe. The mix features the best and fresh music from Kenya and Tanzania, and artist like Mejja, Matata, Zuchu, Otile Brown, Diamond, Krispah, khaligraph e.t.c...
Ni Ijumaa ya tarehe 24 mwezi Septemba mwaka 2021 karibu kusikiliza jarida na kama ilivyo ada ya kila Ijumaa tunakuletea mada kwa kina ambapo leo tunakuletea sehemu ndogo ya mahojiano marefu na Rais Samia Suluhu Hassan wa Tanzania baada ya hapo jana kuhutubia kwa mara yake ya kwanza katika Baraza Kuu la Umoja wa Mataifa.
Rais wa Tanzania Samia Suluhu Hassan amehutubia mjadala mkuu wa Baraza Kuu la Umoja wa Mataifa hii leo kwenye makao makuu ya umoja huo jijini New York, Marekani ikiwa ni mara ya kwanza tangu ashike wadhifa huo mwezi Machi mwaka huu, huku akimulika masuala mbalimbali kuanzia uchumi, siasa, tabianchi, COVID-19 na usawa wa jinsia. Rais Samia alikaribishwa ukumbini na Mwenyekiti Mwenza wa kikao cha leo cha mkutano wa UNGA76. Taarifa zaidi na Flora Nducha Katika hotuba yake ya kwanza ana ka kwa ana kwenye mjadala huo amezungumzia masuala mbalimbali yaliyo na umuhimu wa kitaifa na kimataifa akianza na suala la ushirikiano wa kimataifa. Akizungumzia ushirikiano wa kimataifa amesema “Chini ya uongozi wangu Tanzania itaendelea kuwa mshika muhimu wa Umoja wa Mataifa na muungaji mono wa kutegemewa wa suala la ushirikiano wa kimataifa tutanyoosha mkono kwa wale wanautukumbatioa na kushirikiana nasi. Tutaendelea kuwa Tanzania mambayo mmeifahamu kwa muda mremu, Tanzania yenye amani na ambayo inashirikiana nan chi zote, kubwa au ndogo, zenye nguvu au zisizo na nguvu, Tajiri au masikini kuifanya dunia dunia yetu kuwa bora kwa ajili yetu sote.” Na katika upande COVID-19 Rais Samia akafunguka akisema, “Janga COVID-19 limetukumbusha jinsi gani tulivyo hatarini kama nchi bila kujali ukubwa , utajiri au wapi tulipo. Tunapokutana hapa leo tumebakiza chini ya muongo mmoja ili kutimiza lengo letu la pamoja kufikia malengo ya maendeleo endelevu na kwa masikitiko makubwa nimebaini katika ripoti ya malengo ya maendeleo endelevu ya 2020 kwamba dunia imeenda kombo katika kutimiza malengo haya kutokana na athari za COVID-19.” Rais Samia Hassan mbali ya kuhutubia mjadala wa Baraza kuu pia anashiriki mikutano mingine mbalimbali ya ngazi ya inayojikita na mbada mbalimbali miongoni mwao ni mabadiliko ya tabianchi, mifumo ya chakula, masuala ya nishati, malengo ya maendeleo endelevu na COVID-19. Kwa kina kuhusu yote aliyoyazungumza kwenye mjadala huo fuatilia wavuti wetu www. news.un.org/sw na kwenye twitter na YouTube @ Habari za UN. Mwaka huu wakuu wa nchi na serikali zaidi ya 100 wameshiriki mjadala huu wa UNGA76 ana kwa ana kwenye makao Makuu mjini New York huku wengine wakishiriki kwa njia ya mtandao.
Clark R. Arrington, General Counsel of The Working World, Inc., a cooperative that builds cooperative businesses in low-income communities; and Senior Fellow at Seed Commons, a community wealth cooperative. He's an experienced attorney and educator who specializes in worker ownership cooperatives and socially responsible business practices. Prior to joining The Working World Inc., and Seed Commons, he spent most of his professional life teaching courses related to cooperatives, business law, and community economic development at more than half a dozen institutions in the U.S. and abroad. Beginning with a teaching job immediately after college in Chicago, he went on to The University of Southern New Hampshire, The Open University of Tanzania; and Kampala International University-Dar es Salaam College. Throughout his career, Clark has used his legal acumen to address capital formation issues for worker cooperatives, and has played a critical role in leveraging millions of dollars of new investment for social justice cooperatives. As a young lawyer he learned about cooperatives and community land trusts when he was with the Federation of Southern Cooperatives. Well known as an innovator in cooperative finance, Clark finds innovative ways for worker-owned, social justice-minded businesses to raise capital and be profitable without sacrificing democratic control. Clark served as Chair, General Counsel and Capital Coordinator of Equal Exchange and has also served on the boards of the ICA Group, the Social Venture Network, and the Cooperative Fund of New England. His bold vision, reliable pragmatism, and tireless efforts are key to promoting and developing innovative financing structures that are sensitive to the cooperative principles of member ownership, control and benefit.
Ikiwa leo ni Jumatano tarehe 22 Septemba 2021 siku ya pili ya mjadala mkuu wa mikutano ya ngazi ya juu ya Umoja wa Mataifa #UNGA76 karibu kusikiliza jarida ambapo kubwa utakalo sikia leo ni miaka 20 baada ya azimio la Durban kuhusu kupinga ubaguzi hali ipoje?. Utasikia mahojiano mbalimbali kutoka nchini Kenya na Tanzania.
Wakati Baraza Kuu la Umoja wa Mataifa kikao cha 76, leo likijikita na mjadala wa ngazi ya juu kuadhimisha miaka 20 tangu kupitishwa kwa azimio la Durban linalopinga ubaguzi wa rangi na ubaguzi wa aina zingine, imeeldezwa kwamba hatua zimepigwa katika kupambana na ubaguzi wa rangi lakini bado kuna kibarua kigumu cha kufikia lengo la kutokomeza kabisa ubaguzi huo katika Nyanja mbalimbali. Flora Nducha na taarifa zaidi Mkutano huo wa ngazi ya juu unajumuisha nchi wanachama 193 na wadau wengine wa masuala ya haki za binadamu umebdeba mada “malipo, haki ya kijamii na usawa kwa watu wenye asili ya Kiafrika” unatathimini hatua zilizopigwa, mafanikio na changamoto ambazo bado zipo kukabiliana na jinamizi hilo duniani. Katika hotuba yake kwenye mjadala huo wa wazi Katibu Mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa Antonio Guterres amesema ubaguzi wa rangi na ubaguzi mwingine umekuwa kama donda ndugu kila pembe ya dunia na hivyo “Ninatoa wito kwa kila nchi mwanachama kuchukua hatua madhubuti pamoja na kupitisha hatua za kisera,sheria na ukusanyaji wa takwimu ili kuunga mkono juhudi zote za kitaifa na Kimataifa za kupambana na janga hili.” Dkt. Getrude Mongella aliyekuwa mmoja wa wajumbe wa kamati ya kuundwa kwa azimio hilo miaka 20 iliyopita akizungumza na Stella Vuzo wa kituo cha Habari cha Umoja wa Mataifa UNID Dar es salaam nchini Tanzania kuhusu tathimini hiyo anasema “Hapa Tanzania tumeweza kuchukua hatua za kuwalinda albino lakini huko nje bado katika sehemu nyingine hasa wale wanaobagua watu Weusi kwamba hali haijawa nzuri. Mimi nakumbuka nilipokuwa naongoza mkutano wa Beijing kuna wakati nikitembelea baadhi ya nchi ambazo sizitaji unafika mahali wanasema leteni pasispoti tuone, wale weupe wanapitishwa tu kwenye msitari na mpaka sekretari wangu alipitishwa , sisi wengine weusi tunazuiliwa na alikuwa ameaibika kabisa nikamwambia ndio dunia ilivyo, ya kwamba wewe unafikiriwa ni wajuu kwa sababu ni mweupe, na mimi kwa sababu ni mweusi hawajui nina cheo kikubwa kuliko wewe. Hivyo ubaguzi wa rangi bado upona sidhani utaisha tu kama serikali zetu hazisaidii kuchukua hatua za dhati” Je nini kifanyike kuhakikisha ubaguzi huo unatokomezwa? “Sheria za nchi ziwe kali zaidi, zitekelezwe zaidi dhidi ya ubaguzi wa rangu kuliko familia, kwa sababu mazingira ambamo wanakutana watu wa rangi mbalimbali sio mazingira ya kawaida ndani ya famialia. Wazazi wana nafasi wakati wote katika kuondoa fikra ambazo si sahihi ndani ya jamii. Inaweza kabisa ikaweka kwenye mafundisho ya vijana wetu, muhitasari ya elimu ili mtoto anapofundishwa angali mdogo kuona ubaya wa kubaguana sababu ya rangi, ni kitu ambacho kiukweli kinatuharibia raha ya kuishi pamoja kama binadamu na tusipokuwa na sheria zinazodhibiti hatuwezi tukauondosha utachukua muda mrefu” TATGS: Durban+20, UNGA76, Albino, Tanzania, Getrude Mongella
Nchini Tanzania katika kuadhimisha siku ya amani duniani, wadau mbalimbali kwa kushirikiana na ofisi ya Umoja Umoja wa Mataifa nchini humo, wameiadhimisha siku hii kwa kupanda miti katika shule ya sekondari Viwandani iliyoko mkoani Dodoma ikiwa ni sehemu ya kupambana na mabadiliko ya tabianchi ambayo yanachangia kuondoa amani katika baadhi ya maeneo duniani. Muhammed Said ni mmoja wa wanafunzi walioshiriki tukio hilo anasema, “Katika suala zima la kupokea siku ya amani duniani, kwanza tumefurahi na ni furaha kubwa lakini vilevile ni upendo ambao umeoneshwa na watu kutoka sehemu mbalimbali. Sisi kama wanachama wa ‘Club' ya mazingira tunaweza tukatembelea shule jirani yetu ya Makole katika suala zima la kwenda kudumisha usafi na kuwafariji wagonjwa katika suala la kudumisha amani.” Malik Masoud ni mwalimu katika shule hiyo ya sekondari Viwandani anasema, “Kwangu mimi ni Faraja kwa sababu yale ambayo tunawafundisha wanafunzi kila siku darasani kuhusiana na amani leo hii wameyaona kwa vitendo na kupitia maelezo waliyoyapata kutoka kwa wageni wameamini kweli kuna haja ya kuadhimisha amani duniani kwa sababu tunaamini kabisa kwamba panapokuwa na amani ndio kunakuwa na utulivu na usalama wao wenyewe wanafunzi na wamegundua kwamba amani inawasaidia wao kusoma salama kwa hiyo kama wanafunzi wataenda kuwa mabalozi wema. Kwetu pia kupanda miti ni zawadi kubwa. Miti inaishi. Ina uwezo wa kuishi miaka 100. Itazidi kuifanya dunia kuwa salama kwa viumbe hai."
Tarehe 22 mwezi huu wa Septemba viongozi wa nchi na serikali wanaohudhuria mjadala mkuu wa Baraza Kuu la Umoja wa Mataifa watashiriki mkutano wa ngazi ya juu wakimulika miaka 20 tangu kupitishwa kwa azimio la Durban la kupinga aina zote za ubaguzi ikiwemo rangi na makundi mbalimbali kama vile watu wenye ualbino. Nchini Tanzania hatua zimechukuliwa na sasa kuna mazingira rafiki kwa watu hao kama anavyosimulia Stella Vuzo wa kituo cha habari cha Umoja wa Mataifa, UNIC, nchini humo alipotembelea mkoani Mwanza.
We're going international this week to talk with a super talented visual designer — Elsa Amri. I first learned about Elsa via an Adobe Live presentation, and I had to reach out and learn more about her and have her share her story and her message with Revision Path!Elsa talked about how she's grown over the past year, including doing work with Adobe, and she spoke about growing up in Tanzania and studying abroad in the United Kingdom and discovering design. We also talked about her time teaching English in Japan, returning to Tanzania, the Tanzanian design scene in Dar es Salaam, and the power of networking over the Internet (and how it has helped boost her design career). I love how Elsa's ingenuity, drive, and determination have contributed to her design success!LinksElsa Amri's WebsiteElsa Amri on BehanceElsa Amri on InstagramElsa Amri on LinkedInElsa Amri on TwitterFor extended show notes, including a full transcript of this interview, visit revisionpath.com.==========Sponsored by AdobeSupport for Revision Path comes from Adobe MAX.Adobe MAX is the annual global creativity conference and it's going online this year -- October 26th through the 28th. This is sure to be a creative experience like no other. Plus, it's all free. Yep - 100% free!With over 25 hours of keynotes, luminary speakers, breakout sessions, workshops, musical performances and even a few celebrity appearances, it's going to be one-stop shopping for your inspiration, goals and creative tune-ups.Did I mention it's free?Explore over 300 sessions across 11 tracks, hear from amazing speakers and learn new creative skills… all totally free and online this October.To register, head to max.adobe.com.==========Sponsored by Brevity & WitBrevity & Wit is a strategy and design firm committed to designing a more inclusive and equitable world.We accomplish this through graphic design, presentations and workshops around I-D-E-A: inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility.If you're curious to learn how to combine a passion for I-D-E-A with design, check us out at brevityandwit.com.Brevity & Wit — creative excellence without the grind.==========Follow and SubscribeLike this episode? Then subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you find your favorite shows.Follow us there, and leave us a 5-star rating and a review! Thanks so much to all of you who have already rated and reviewed us!You can also follow Revision Path on Instagram and Twitter.==========CreditsRevision Path is brought to you by Lunch, a multidisciplinary creative studio in Atlanta, GA.It is produced by Maurice Cherry and engineered and edited by RJ Basilio. Our intro voiceover is by Music Man Dre, with intro and outro music by Yellow Speaker.Thank you for listening!
Chegou o momento do já tradicional episódio duplo sobre o IgNobel, que tem como missão "honrar estudos e experiências que primeiro fazem as pessoas rir e depois pensar", com as descobertas científicas mais estranhas do ano.Esta é a primeira de duas partes sobre a edição 2021 do prêmio, trazendo as categorias Biologia, Ecologia, Química, Ciência do Transporte e Economia.Confira no papo entre o leigo curioso, Ken Fujioka, e o cientista PhD, Altay de Souza.> OUÇA (51min 42s)*Naruhodo! é o podcast pra quem tem fome de aprender. Ciência, senso comum, curiosidades, desafios e muito mais. Com o leigo curioso, Ken Fujioka, e o cientista PhD, Altay de Souza.Edição: Reginaldo Cursino.http://naruhodo.b9.com.br*PARCERIA: ALURAA Alura tem mais de 1.000 cursos de diversas áreas e é a maior plataforma de cursos online do Brasil -- e você tem acesso a todos com uma única assinatura.Aproveite o desconto de R$100 para ouvintes Naruhodo no link:https://www.alura.com.br/promocao/naruhodo ===Biologia - SuéciaSusanne Schötz, Robert Eklund, and Joost van de Weijer, for analyzing variations in purring, chirping, chattering, trilling, tweedling, murmuring, meowing, moaning, squeaking, hissing, yowling, howling, growling, and other modes of cat–human communication.Analisando variações em ronronar, chilrear, tagarelar, vibrar, murmurar, miar, gemer, guinchar, assobiar, uivar, rosnar e outros modos de comunicação gato-humano.*Ecologia - Espanha e IranLeila Satari, Alba Guillén, Àngela Vidal-Verdú, and Manuel Porcar, for using genetic analysis to identify the different species of bacteria that reside in wads of discarded chewing gum stuck on pavements in various countries.Análise genética para identificar as diferentes espécies de bactérias que residem em chicletes descartados presos em calçadas de vários países.*Química - Alemanha, Inglaterra, Nova Zelândia, Grecia, Chipre, AustriaJörg Wicker, Nicolas Krauter, Bettina Derstroff, Christof Stönner, Efstratios Bourtsoukidis, Achim Edtbauer, Jochen Wulf, Thomas Klüpfel, Stefan Kramer, and Jonathan Williams, for chemically analyzing the air inside movie theaters, to test whether the odors produced by an audience reliably indicate the levels of violence, sex, antisocial behavior, drug use, and bad language in the movie the audience is watching.Por analisar quimicamente o ar dentro das salas de cinema, para testar se os odores produzidos por um público indicam de forma confiável os níveis de violência, sexo, comportamento anti-social, uso de drogas e linguagem imprópria no filme que o público está assistindo.*Ciência do Transporte - Namibia, Africa do Sul, Tanzania, Zinbabue, Brasil, Inglaterra, Estados UnidosRobin Radcliffe, Mark Jago, Peter Morkel, Estelle Morkel, Pierre du Preez, Piet Beytell, Birgit Kotting, Bakker Manuel, Jan Hendrik du Preez, Michele Miller, Julia Felippe, Stephen Parry, and Robin Gleed, for determining by experiment whether it is safer to transport an airborne rhinoceros upside-down.Determinar por experimento se é mais seguro transportar um rinoceronte no ar de cabeça para baixo.*Economia - França, Suiça, Australia, Austria, República Checa, InglaterraPavlo Blavatskyy, for discovering that the obesity of a country's politicians may be a good indicator of that country's corruption.Descobrir que a obesidade dos políticos de um país pode ser um bom indicador da corrupção desse país.===REFERÊNCIASBiologia“A Comparative Acoustic Analysis of Purring in Four Cats,” Susanne Schötz and Robert Eklund, Proceedings of Fonetik 2011, Speech, Music and Hearing, KTH, Stockholm, TMH-QPSR, 51.https://www.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2%3A539090&dswid=-2297“A Phonetic Pilot Study of Vocalisations in Three Cats,” Susanne Schötz, Proceedings of Fonetik 2012, Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.https://portal.research.lu.se/portal/en/publications/a-phonetic-pilot-study-of-vocalisations-in-three-cats(d2621c3b-fdc1-485c-ade6-e5b2b6ad5dfb).html“A Phonetic Pilot Study of Chirp, Chatter, Tweet and Tweedle in Three Domestic Cats,” Susanne Schötz, Proceedings of Fonetik 2013, Linköping University, Sweden, 2013, pp. 65-68.https://portal.research.lu.se/portal/en/publications/a-phonetic-pilot-study-of-chirp-chatter-tweet-and-tweedle-in-three-domestic-cats(60fb046d-0955-4885-adfa-73de254500e6).html“A Study of Human Perception of Intonation in Domestic Cat Meows,” Susanne Schötz and Joost van de Weijer, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Speech Prosody, Dubin, Ireland, May 20-23, 2014.https://portal.research.lu.se/portal/en/publications/a-study-of-human-perception-of-intonation-in-domestic-cat-meows(a0ff22b4-4809-426f-806a-f5a7ca28100f).html“Melody in Human–Cat Communication (Meowsic): Origins, Past, Present and Future,” Susanne Schötz, Robert Eklund, and Joost van de Weijer, 2016.https://portal.research.lu.se/portal/en/publications/melody-in-humancat-communication-meowsic(e32b4f31-5064-48d1-b38f-7e97390093fe)/infrastructure.html*Ecologia“The Wasted Chewing Gum Bacteriome,” Leila Satari, Alba Guillén, Àngela Vidal-Verdú, and Manuel Porcar, Scientific Reports, vol. 10, no. 16846, 2020.https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-73913-4*Química“Proof of Concept Study: Testing Human Volatile Organic Compounds as Tools for Age Classification of Films,” Christof Stönner, Achim Edtbauer, Bettina Derstroff, Efstratios Bourtsoukidis, Thomas Klüpfel, Jörg Wicker, and Jonathan Williams, PLoS ONE, vol. 13, no. 10, 2008, p. e0203044.https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0203044“Cinema Data Mining: The Smell of Fear,” Jörg Wicker, Nicolas Krauter, Bettina Derstorff, Christof Stönner, Efstratios Bourtsoukidis, Thomas Klüpfel, Jonathan Williams, and Stefan Kramer, Proceedings of the 21th ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, pp. 1295-1304. 2015.https://doi.org/10.1145/2783258.2783404*Ciência do Transporte“The Pulmonary and Metabolic Effects of Suspension by the Feet Compared with Lateral Recumbency in Immobilized Black Rhinoceroses (Diceros bicornis) Captured by Aerial Darting,” Robin W. Radcliffe, Mark Jago, Peter vdB Morkel, Estelle Morkel, Pierre du Preez, Piet Beytell, Birgit Kotting, Bakker Manuel, Jan Hendrik du Preez, Michele A. Miller, Julia Felippe, Stephen A Parry; R.D. Gleed, Journal of Wildlife Diseases, vol. 57, no. 2, 2021, 357–367.https://doi.org/10.7589/2019-08-202*Economia“Obesity of Politicians and Corruption in Post‐Soviet Countries,” Pavlo Blavatskyy, Economic of Transition and Institutional Change, vol. 29, no. 2, 2021, pp. 343-356.https://doi.org/10.1111/ecot.12259*Naruhodo #151 - Especial Prêmio Ig Nobel 2018 - Parte 1 de 2https://www.b9.com.br/shows/naruhodo/naruhodo-151-especial-premio-ig-nobel-2018-parte-1-de-2/Naruhodo #152 - Especial Prêmio Ig Nobel 2018 - Parte 2 de 2https://www.b9.com.br/shows/naruhodo/naruhodo-152-especial-premio-ig-nobel-2018-parte-2-de-2/Naruhodo #202 - Especial Prêmio Ig Nobel 2019 - Parte 1 de 2https://www.b9.com.br/shows/naruhodo/naruhodo-202-especial-premio-ig-nobel-2019-parte-1-de-2/Naruhodo #203 - Especial Prêmio Ig Nobel 2019 - Parte 2 de 2https://www.b9.com.br/shows/naruhodo/naruhodo-203-especial-premio-ig-nobel-2019-parte-2-de-2/Naruhodo #254 - Especial Prêmio Ig Nobel 2020 - Parte 1 de 2https://www.b9.com.br/shows/naruhodo/naruhodo-254-especial-premio-ignobel-2020-parte-1-de-2/Naruhodo #255 - Especial Prêmio Ig Nobel 2020 - Parte 2 de 2https://www.b9.com.br/shows/naruhodo/naruhodo-255-especial-premio-ignobel-2020-parte-2-de-2/*Podcasts das #Minas: DICIONÁRIO FEMINISTA#MulheresPodcastershttps://open.spotify.com/show/6gS3V1exKZBt3f4QqxKkcj===APOIE O NARUHODO!Você sabia que pode ajudar a manter o Naruhodo no ar?Ao contribuir, você pode ter acesso ao grupo fechado no Telegram, receber conteúdos exclusivos e ter vantagens especiais.Assine o apoio mensal pelo PicPay: https://picpay.me/naruhodopodcast
An international team of researchers has discovered that an outbreak of Ebola in Guinea in February this year was the result of re-activated Ebola virus in someone who'd been infected at least five years ago during the earlier large Ebola epidemic that swept through Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. This means the virus can remain dormant in some Ebola survivors for five years or more. Virologists Alpha Kabinet Keita and Robert Garry talk to Roland Pease about the research and its implications. Also in the programme: The eruption of lavas from Iceland's newest volcano Fagradalsfjall continues six months on. Geochemist Ed Marshall tells us how he gets up close to sample the molten rock with a long scoop and a bucket of water, and what he's learning about this remarkable eruption. NASA's Katie Stack Morgan updates Science in Action on the Perseverance rover's successful sampling of rocks from Jezero crater on the planet Mars. When the specimens are eventually returned to Earth, she says they may turn out to contain tiny samples of Mars' water and atmosphere from early in the Red Planet's history. Also...Look into my eyes. What do you see? Pupil, lens, retina… an intricate set of special tissues and mechanisms all working seamlessly together, so that I can see the world around me. Charles Darwin called the eye an ‘organ of extreme perfection' and he's not wrong! But if the eye is so complex and intricate, how did it evolve? One listener, Aloyce from Tanzania, got in touch to pose this difficult question. It's a question that taxed Darwin himself, but CrowdScience is always up for a challenge! The problem is that eyes weren't ever designed - they were cobbled together over millions and millions of years, formed gradually by the tweaks and adaptations of evolution. How do you get from the basic detection of light to the wonderful complexity - and diversity – of visual systems we find throughout the animal kingdom? CrowdScience sent Marnie Chesterton on an 800 million year journey to trace how the different elements that make up the human eye gradually came into being; from the emergence of the first light-sensitive proteins to crude eye-cups, from deep sea creatures with simple pinhole eyes to the first light-focusing lenses, all the way to the technicolour detail of the present day. (Image credit: Getty Images)
Katie is an endurance athlete, charitable ambassador, author and world-record holder. Katie has completed five Ironman triathlons, cycling across the country, completed a 325-mile river swim, run 100 miles nonstop in under 20 hours, and also spent 70 days at seas while rowing solo across the Atlantic Ocean. In 2010, Katie set a World Record for being the youngest person to row solo across ocean rower. Katie is also the only American to row solo from Africa to Guyana, in South America. In 2020, Katie became the 1st person to run nonstop 138-miles nonstop across Maine in 33 hours, raising $26,000 for a clean water project in Tanzania. In preparations, Katie became the 1st woman to run nonstop across Vermont and New Hampshire. Katie has been awarded the Elite Female Athlete of the Year for 2020 by the U.S. Coast Guard. On June 21, Katie announced her latest challenge, Run4Water. Which involved running 11 ultra-marathons for 11 consecutive days. Katie started her 341-miles journey in Ohio and ran from Cincinnati to Cleveland. Throughout her adventures, Katie isn't just seeking to make history. She is also raising money for safe drinking water projects around the world. Give Water today - www.h2oforlifeschools.org/katiespotz New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Show notes Who is Katie Why she raises money for clear drinking water Helping over 25,000 people The importance of service and giving back Studying environmental science Growing up around the Great Lakes Getting into swimming at young age Where her love of adventure comes from Keeping up with her 2 older brothers Role models Doing her first marathon at 18 Wanting to do an ironman Not being competitive at school and doing the easiest gym class possible Setting a target to run 1 mile Joining the Coastguard in 2018 Why running ultras is one of the toughest challenges Finding her limit…. Doing endurance for fun Strategy for the 138 mile run across Maine Race your own race and be in tune with your body Fuelling her body during endurance challenges Getting her calories in via liquids Using Tailwind Nutrition Taking a supplement called Sports Legs Needing to get enough sodium in You're going to hurt The mental challenges during the race Hating the first 5 miles Why it gets easier the longer you go Feeling best at 50/60 miles Getting into a flow state and moving on autopilot Needing to block out the pain Not wanting to do permanent damage Pain that is an injury and pain which is muscle fatigue Dealing with an Edema (swelling of the hands and/or feet) Rhabdo (Rhabdomyolysis) - Myoglobin is released from the muscles when they break down and is excreted into the urine. This can cause a red or cola colour of the urine. Book: Just Keep Rowing: Lessons from the Atlantic Ocean by the Youngest Person to Row It Alone Being a different person after the Atlantic Row Having a strong enough why - you can figure out the how Dealing with setbacks and the low moments When the easy option is to quit Not wanting to live a lifetime of regret Finals words of advice and why it's ok to feel afraid Why fears are welcomed Social Media Website: www.katiespotz.com Instagram: @katiespotz Facebook: @hellokatiespotz Twitter: @katiespotz
Joined by NEW Co-Host Julian Nesbitt, the pair discuss curious mountain lions in California, hungry wolves in Yellowstone, and migrating elephants in Tanzania. Sources: https://www.duneland.k12.in.us/cms/lib/IN01001867/Centricity/Domain/237/scienceA.pdf https://futurehuman.medium.com/russian-scientists-are-trying-to-revive-wooly-mammoths-to-halt-siberias-warming-crisis-e1bd4fd3f6bb Credits: Executive Producer: Tony Croasdale; Audio Production: Tykee James; WON Artwork: Robin Irizarry; WON Stinger by Alexander Jenson (music by His Hero is Gone) Help our reach by rating us where you're listening to Wildlife Observer Network and sharing this episode on social media We have Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! Please support our creativity with monthly payments through Anchor or Patreon. Or you can make a one-time contribution on our website. You can also help us right now by giving us a rating and sharing this episode on social media so your family, friends, and followers know you're a part of the Wildlife Observer Community. Want to become a contributor? Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org https://anchor.fm/wildlife-observer-network https://www.patreon.com/WildlifeObserverNetwork --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wildlife-observer-network/support
Look into my eyes. What do you see? Pupil, lens, retina… an intricate set of special tissues and mechanisms all working seamlessly together, so that I can see the world around me. Charles Darwin called the eye an ‘organ of extreme perfection' and he's not wrong! But if the eye is so complex and intricate, how did it evolve? One listener, Aloyce from Tanzania, got in touch to pose this difficult question. It's a question that taxed Darwin himself, but CrowdScience is always up for a challenge! The problem is that eyes weren't ever designed - they were cobbled together over millions and millions of years, formed gradually by the tweaks and adaptations of evolution. How do you get from the basic detection of light to the wonderful complexity - and diversity – of visual systems we find throughout the animal kingdom? CrowdScience sent Marnie Chesterton on an 800 million year journey to trace how the different elements that make up the human eye gradually came into being; from the emergence of the first light-sensitive proteins to crude eye-cups, from deep sea creatures with simple pinhole eyes to the first light-focusing lenses, all the way to the technicolour detail of the present day. Produced by Ilan Goodman for the BBC World Service. With contributions from: Dr Adam Rutherford, Dr Megan Porter, Professor Dan Nilsson, Dr Samantha Strong (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The TWiP quadfecta solves the case of the Traveler With Watery Diarrhea, and reveals that a heat-shock response regulated by a transcription factor protects human malaria parasites from the high temperatures of fever. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Daniel Griffin, and Christina Naula Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Links for this episode PWB on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Malaria parasite resists fever due to heat shock response (Nat Micro) Malaria beats the heat (Nat Micro) Letters read on TWiP 198 Become a patron of TWiP Case Study for TWiP 198 31 yo woman, previously healthy, traveled to Tanzania, went on 11 day long safari. One week later, at home, developed fever and severe headache, went into hospital. Thick blood smears negative, physical exam normal, small purple lesion near buttocks. Started on treatment for African tick bite fever. Did not get better, lesion grew in size. Biopsy of lesion, nothing remarkable on microscopy. Improved, sent home, 10 days another bout of fever that went down in 2 days. Lesion healed. PCR for plasmodium, Borrelia negative, but seroconverted for Rickettsia. Went home, a week later another 3 day bout of fever. Send your case diagnosis, questions and comments to email@example.com Music by Ronald Jenkees