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For more than two decades, Bishop Daniel Ouma has lead initiatives across his home country, Tanzania, praying for Israel and preaching about the importance of Israel. He did this often at risk to his own life and well being, and without having ever met a Jewish person before. Until 2020. Bishop Ouma has become one of the greatest leaders and supporters of the Genesis 123 Foundation in Africa. Why is Israel central to Christians in general and Africa in specific? With limited resources and a great heart, you'll be inspired by all the things that he has done. Connect with the Genesis 123 Foundation at www.Genesis123.co FB - www.facebook.com/Genesis123Foundation Twitter - @Genesis123F IG - Genesis_123_Foundation Find out how you can be part of Run for Zion and bless Israel with every step at www.RunforZion.com
This Ugandan proverb has many interpretations, but it is generally seen as a warning against being too greedy or impatient. It is important to focus on one task at a time and to finish what you start before moving on to something new. Here are three nuggets of wisdom from this proverb: 1. Don't overcommit yourself. It's better to focus on a few things and do them well than to spread yourself too thin and end up doing everything poorly. 2. Be patient. It takes time to achieve your goals. Don't try to rush things or you'll be more likely to make mistakes. 3. Be grateful for what you have. Don't always be looking for the next best thing. Appreciate the good things in your life and focus on making them even better. Join me on the #AFIAPodcast at 6 am PST/4 pm EAT on YouTube @okelojavan to listen to the full interview and share your thoughts in the comments below. SUBSCRIBE to get Daily African Proverbs and their meaning in your life https://rb.gy/jdavpn #MadarakaFestival: https://madarakafestival.com/ My New Book: Get your copy of Rooted In Love and dive deep into the world of love, and self-discovery. https://store.bookbaby.com/book/rooted-in-love RESOURCES: 1. Descript: Get the perfect production setup with Descript - the audio and video editing experts that make sure your content looks top-notch. https://www.descript.com/?lmref=877QnQ 2. Hostwinds: Get your web hosting sorted with HostWinds – the Webhosting experts that make sure you don't have to worry about your website. https://www.hostwinds.com/12980.html 3. Ecamm: Get the perfect streaming setup with Ecamm Live - the live streaming experts that make sure your show looks polished and professional. https://www.ecamm.com/mac/ecammlive/?fp_ref=simon80 4, Gusto: Looking for a reliable and user-friendly payroll and HR solution for your business? Look no further than Gusto! https://gusto.com/d/simon6633 ******************************
After shunning COVID vaccines during the early pandemic response, Tanzania became a natural experiment for all-cause mortality rates. Compared to large U.S. states like Texas and California, Tanzania, with one of the lowest COVID vaccination rates in the world, succeeded in having one of the lowest all-cause mortality rates on earth, through the worst of the pandemic.
Interview with Lon Shaver, Vice President of Silvercorp Metals (TSX/NYSE: SVM)Our previous interview: https://youtu.be/fUKWQETAeE0. and https://youtu.be/P2JJ1eVnFTERecording date: 19th September 2023Silvercorp Metals President Rui Feng and Orecorp Managing Director Hank Duong provided an update on Silvercorp's proposed acquisition of Orecorp and its Nyanzaga gold project in Tanzania. The deal was announced in August and will expand Silvercorp's portfolio beyond its core assets in China.Orecorp shareholders will own approximately 18% of the combined company after the acquisition closes. Duong noted Orecorp has a strong shareholder base of retail, high net worth individuals, and institutions that are enthusiastic supporters of Nyanzaga.Feng highlighted Nyanzaga as a permitted, high quality gold project with robust economics and multi-decade mine life potential. The feasibility study outlined capital costs of $474 million, which Silvercorp believes can be optimized. The company intends to fund development through its existing $170 million cash balance plus a range of debt financing options.Since the acquisition was announced, Silvercorp has already provided $28 million to Orecorp to advance early works focused on community relocation at Nyanzaga. The project could reach production in late 2025, with key upcoming derisking catalysts being completion of the acquisition, release of Silvercorp's development plans, and securing project financing.In China, Silvercorp continues exploration and phased expansions at its Ying mine complex to extend mine life. Feng stated the Orecorp deal transforms Silvercorp into a precious metals producer with geographical diversity while still allowing organic growth from its cash flowing Chinese assets.—Learn more: https://cruxinvestor.com
They call them mamushi, or the Japanese pitviper. New research determines whether these snakes operate in chilly weather, or if their prey are safe to relax. Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/herphighlights Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/herphighlights/shop Full reference list available here: http://www.herphighlights.podbean.com Main Paper References: Kodama T, Mori A. 2023. How important is temperature for strike success of ectotherms? Thermal effects on predator–prey interactions of free‐ranging pit vipers (Gloydius blomhoffii). Ethology:eth.13400. DOI: 10.1111/eth.13400. Species of the Bi-Week: Lawson LP, Loader SP, Lyakurwa JV, Liedtke HC. 2023. Diversification of spiny-throated reed frogs (Anura: Hyperoliidae) with the description of a new, range-restricted species from the Ukaguru Mountains, Tanzania. PLOS ONE 18:e0277535. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0277535. Other Mentioned Papers/Studies: Kimbrough L. 2023.No croak: New silent frog species described from Tanzania's ‘sky island' forests. Available at https://news.mongabay.com/2023/02/no-croak-new-silent-frog-species-described-from-tanzanias-sky-island-forests/ (accessed April 12, 2023). Editing and Music: Podcast edited by Emmy – https://www.fiverr.com/emmyk10 Intro/outro – Treehouse by Ed Nelson Species Bi-week theme – Michael Timothy Other Music – The Passion HiFi, https://www.thepassionhifi.com
Patience is a virtue, and it's especially important when it comes to achieving your goals. In this video, we'll take a look at the Zimbabwe proverb "Patience is an egg that hatches large birds" and explore three nuggets of wisdom that can help you be more patient in your life. 3 Nuggets of Wisdom: 1. Big things take time. Don't expect to achieve your biggest goals overnight. Be patient and persistent, and you will eventually reach your destination. 2. Enjoy the journey. Don't get so focused on the end result that you forget to enjoy the process. Take your time and savor each step along the way. 3. Don't give up. Things won't always go according to plan. But if you're patient and persistent, you can overcome any obstacle. Join me on the #AFIAPodcast at 6 am PST/4 pm EAT on YouTube @okelojavan to listen to the full interview and share your thoughts in the comments below. SUBSCRIBE to get Daily African Proverbs and their meaning in your life https://rb.gy/jdavpn #MadarakaFestival: https://madarakafestival.com/ My New Book: Get your copy of Rooted In Love and dive deep into the world of love, and self-discovery. https://store.bookbaby.com/book/rooted-in-love RESOURCES: 1. Descript: Get the perfect production setup with Descript - the audio and video editing experts that make sure your content looks top-notch. https://www.descript.com/?lmref=877QnQ 2. Hostwinds: Get your web hosting sorted with HostWinds – the Webhosting experts that make sure you don't have to worry about your website. https://www.hostwinds.com/12980.html 3. Ecamm: Get the perfect streaming setup with Ecamm Live - the live streaming experts that make sure your show looks polished and professional. https://www.ecamm.com/mac/ecammlive/?fp_ref=simon80 4, Gusto: Looking for a reliable and user-friendly payroll and HR solution for your business? Look no further than Gusto! https://gusto.com/d/simon6633 ******************************
A new church is planted every 4 hours around the world. Bible League International is training 400 people a day to share Christ, and is reaching 4,000 per day with the gospel across 50 countries. Michael Woolworth sits down with Brian and Aubrey to share stories--from Tanzania, China, Malaysia, Cambodia, Venezuela, India and the Middle East--of persecuted believers. Right now you can share a Bible with one of them for just $5. Visit 1160hope.com and click on the Bible League banner to join, or call 1-800-YES-WORD (1-800-937-9673). Follow The Common Good on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Hosted by Aubrey Sampson and Brian From Produced by Laura Finch and Keith ConradSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As soon as I started reading 'The Seaweed Revolution' by Vincent Doumeizel, I knew we would have to do an episode of this podcast about seaweed! It is a mind-blowing book about the many different ways in which expanding our relationship with seaweed could be good for us, our brains, our ecosystems and our climate, a book that sent my 'What If' brain racing. When we connected and planned this recording, Vincent suggested for our second guest Nancy Iraba, a marine scientist, seaweed entrepreneur, and founder of Healthy Seaweed Cafe in Tanzania. Together, let them transport you to a kelp forest somewhere and expand your mind as to the potential, promise and possibility of the seaweed revolution. And then go get yourself a copy of Vincent's book because it's incredible. And as always, do let us know what you thought of this conversation.
In this video, we explore the African proverb "To catch a cricket one must move slowly." This wise saying teaches us the importance of patience and perseverance in all aspects of life. Here are three nuggets of wisdom from this proverb: 1. Patience is key to success. When we are patient, we are more likely to make sound decisions and avoid rushing into things. 2. Slow and steady wins the race. Even if we are not the fastest or most talented, we can achieve our goals if we are patient and persistent. 3. Good things take time. It is important to remember that success does not happen overnight. It takes time, effort, and dedication to achieve our goals. Join me on the #AFIAPodcast at 6 am PST/4 pm EAT on YouTube @okelojavan to listen to the full interview and share your thoughts in the comments below. SUBSCRIBE to get Daily African Proverbs and their meaning in your life https://rb.gy/jdavpn #MadarakaFestival: https://madarakafestival.com/ My New Book: Get your copy of Rooted In Love and dive deep into the world of love, and self-discovery. https://store.bookbaby.com/book/rooted-in-love RESOURCES: 1. Descript: Get the perfect production setup with Descript - the audio and video editing experts that make sure your content looks top-notch. https://www.descript.com/?lmref=877QnQ 2. Hostwinds: Get your web hosting sorted with HostWinds – the Webhosting experts that make sure you don't have to worry about your website. https://www.hostwinds.com/12980.html 3. Ecamm: Get the perfect streaming setup with Ecamm Live - the live streaming experts that make sure your show looks polished and professional. https://www.ecamm.com/mac/ecammlive/?fp_ref=simon80 4, Gusto: Looking for a reliable and user-friendly payroll and HR solution for your business? Look no further than Gusto! https://gusto.com/d/simon6633 ******************************
In this video, we'll explore the meaning and significance of the Tanzanian proverb "It is ridiculous for hunters to argue about the skin of a Lion when they have not yet killed it." This proverb teaches us the importance of focusing on the task at hand and not getting ahead of ourselves. 3 Nuggets of Wisdom: 1. Don't count your chickens before they hatch. 2. Set realistic goals and take things one step at a time. 3. Don't waste your time and energy on things that you can't control. Join me on the #AFIAPodcast at 6 am PST/4 pm EAT on YouTube @okelojavan to listen to the full interview and share your thoughts in the comments below. SUBSCRIBE to get Daily African Proverbs and their meaning in your life https://rb.gy/jdavpn #MadarakaFestival: https://madarakafestival.com/ My New Book: Get your copy of Rooted In Love and dive deep into the world of love, and self-discovery. https://store.bookbaby.com/book/rooted-in-love RESOURCES: 1. Descript: Get the perfect production setup with Descript - the audio and video editing experts that make sure your content looks top-notch. https://www.descript.com/?lmref=877QnQ 2. Hostwinds: Get your web hosting sorted with HostWinds – the Webhosting experts that make sure you don't have to worry about your website. https://www.hostwinds.com/12980.html 3. Ecamm: Get the perfect streaming setup with Ecamm Live - the live streaming experts that make sure your show looks polished and professional. https://www.ecamm.com/mac/ecammlive/?fp_ref=simon80 4, Gusto: Looking for a reliable and user-friendly payroll and HR solution for your business? Look no further than Gusto! https://gusto.com/d/simon6633 ******************************
It was more than 60 years ago that a 26-year old Jane Goodall entered the Gombe Stream National Forest in Tanzania with a notebook and pen and observed a chimpanzee she'd named David Graybeard use a twig to coax termites up from their nest. The discovery, along with others she made about how chimps play with toys and care for each other, erased for her the divide thought to separate humans from the animal kingdom. Her scientific work has also led her to a lifetime devoted to animal conservation, redefined to include the needs of local people and the environment. Goodall, along with two international conservation champions she's inspired, join us to talk about the future of the movement. Guests: Jane Goodall, primatologist, anthropologist and conservationist. She's co-founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, which is devoted to the protection of great apes and their habitats. Her books include of "In the Shadow of Man" and "The Chimpanzees of Gombe: Patterns of Behavior." Jean-Gael "JG" Collomb, chief executive officer, Wildlife Conservation Network, which connects philanthropists with a global network of field-based conservation leaders Jeneria Lekilelei, Samburu warrior; director of community conservation, Ewaso Lions
In this episode, we dive deep into a topic that plagues many high-achievers: imposter syndrome. Join us as we unveil 10 actionable tips to overcome imposter syndrome and unleash your full potential. Imposter syndrome can leave even the most accomplished individuals feeling like frauds, doubting their abilities, and fearing being exposed as unworthy of their achievements. But fear not, as The Star Maker shares practical strategies that will inspire and equip you to conquer imposter syndrome. Throughout this episode, you'll discover how to shift your perspective, embrace your unique journey, and challenge the self-doubt that holds you back. Our host will provide insights on building a supportive network, setting realistic goals, and celebrating your wins along the way. You'll learn how to cultivate a growth mindset, share vulnerability, and practice self-compassion. Are you ready to step into your greatness? Join us on "Only Business" as we unravel the secrets of overcoming imposter syndrome and set you on a path to unprecedented success.
Today on RTP — In this episode, we are joined by Rodney Myers of Gospel Furthering Fellowship to talk about what makes GFF different than most any other mission agency.SHOW NOTES:Gospel Furthering Fellowship Rodney & Lynn Myers served as church planting missionaries in Tanzania, Africa for 13 years before relocating to the United States in May, 2017. Rodney assumed the role of General Director on January 1, 2018. They have four children: Shawn, Jamison, Moriah & Cherith. You may contact Rodney at email@example.com or at 850-450-8778.Today's episode is brought to you by our Patrons over at Patreon.com/reasontogether. Thank you for your support!*Aftershow available for Elite Patrons only. Don't miss out — Become an Elite Patron!Your support helps us pay our podcast editor, blog editor, writers, and upgrade our site to offer merch. Become a PatronBuy a T-shirtLeave an iTunes ReviewDiscuss the EpisodeSubmit a Question, Feedback, or Topic SuggestionGet a Free Trial with Audible
Veteran Afropop producer Banning Eyre visits the Zawose family compound in Bagamoyo, Tanzania, to experience the magic of the hypnotic music of the Gogo people, the Wagogo. Msafiri Zawose, son of the late Tanzanian music legend Hukwe Zawose, describes the music and the emergence of the new Zawose Reunion Band.
Alice is passionate about solo female travel, adventure and eco-tourism. A 7x telly award winning host, filmmaker, writer, and photographer, Alice has travelled to some of the most remote and beautiful places in the world. Alice has documented her solo adventures on her popular youtube channel “Alice Ford Adventures”. Alice creates videos on adventure travel, National Parks, hiking, outdoor exploration, sustainable living and wildlife. “I'm an adventure filmmaker, travel addict and a Stuntwoman, but most of all a traveler, explorer and lover of our earth. I love to get outdoors and hike in the mountains, explore off the beaten path destinations and get up close with wildlife.” Alice's first solo travel experience in her late 20s was a life-changing one. Travelling to Europe, she was inspired to see more of the world and to do more adventuring by herself. Despite concerns and fears, Alice managed to overcome them by being in contact with local people and having an agenda when she travels. Alice wants to encourage more women to get out and explore the world. One of Alice's most memorable experiences was climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro and going on a safari in Tanzania. The challenges of hiking at high altitude were mitigated by the support and encouragement of other women. Alice Ford is truly an inspiration for all those who love adventure, nature, and eco-tourism. *** Don't miss out on new episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast, which are released every Tuesday at 7am UK time. Hit the subscribe button to stay up-to-date and inspired by the incredible stories of female role models from around the world. If you believe in the importance of increasing female representation especially in relation to adventure and physical challenges in the media, please consider supporting our mission by visiting www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you for your support! *** Show notes Who is Alice Ford Being a solo female traveller who loves adventure Being passionate about eco-tourism and exploring indigenous cultures Wanting to teach people about the world, nature, ecology and wildlife Wanting to empower other women to get out and explore Where her passion for adventure came from Growing up in the woods in New Hampshire, USA Starting out as business major before changing her major to community development Transferring college and changing to sociology and public administration Getting a Masters in Environmental Management Being athletic at college and doing; track & field, spring board diving and gymnastics Her first big solo travel experience in her late 20s Travelling to Europe and how it changed her life Being inspired to see more of the world and wanting to do more adventuring by herself Concerns and fears before travelling solo Tips for managing fears and concerns Being in contact with local people Having an agenda when she travels Spending time in Tanzania Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro and going on a safari The challenges of hiking at high altitude Being supported and encouraged by other women Training for Kilimanjaro Hiking with an altitude mask on Eco-tourism and climbing mountains Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Project (KPAP) a not-for-profit organisation, is an initiative of the International Mountain Explorers Connection (IMEC) Hiring guides in other countries and wanting to support local communities How can people fly ethically? The challenges of travelling in a green way in America Buying carbon offsets Exploring the National Parks in America Working as a stuntwoman on movies and TV shows Training in marital arts and learning how to do film fighting Keep fit and healthy Women in the stunt and film industry and how it's changed over the past decade Solo female travel, eco tourism and indigenous communities Staying with a Sami Family (reindeer herders) in Norway Putting grass in boots to keep your feet warm Future travel plans for 2023 - Rim to Rim hike in the Grand Canyon, The Vancouver Island West Coast Trail, GR20 in Corsica, The Great Western walk in Australia and The Trans Bhutan Trail, plus hikes in New Zealand and South America How to connect with Alice Final words of advice to encourage more women to go travelling Vision boards Social Media Website: alicesadventuresonearth.com Instagram: @alicesadventuresonearth Twitter: @alicelford Youtube: @AliceFordAdventures
Charles and Jon talk to Professor Joel Berger from his home in Colorado. Joel has spent a lifetime studying 'extreme species in extreme places' as a senior scientist with the Wildlife Conservation Society and at Colorado State University and the University of Montana. He has worked on many mammals including Huemul in Chile, Musk Ox in Russia and Pronghorn in the USA. And he has focussed his work on some of the larger and unsung species that live in the world's deserts (of all types). In an entertaining chat, Professor Berger talks about some of the many highlights in a distinguished career that has seen him a three time finalist for the Indianapolis Prize, receive a lifetime achievement recognition from the prestigious Aldo Leopold Conservation Award and be featured in the Archie comic! Some of his adventures over the years include being mistaken for a CIA agent - and put on trial - in the Russian arctic, being charged by multiple Moose, and dressing up as a Polar Bear to try to frighten Musk Oxen.Here is the YouTube trailerFor more information visit www.mammalwatching.com/podcastNotes: Joel Berger has written several books, dozens of articles and won many awards. You can learn more about him - and his work - on his website. Jon's report from his latest California trip is here.Cover art: Joel Berger discarding his Polar Bear Suit.Dr Charles Foley is a mammalwatcher and biologist who, together with his wife Lara, spent 30 years studying elephants in Tanzania. They now run the Tanzania Conservation Research Program at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago.Jon Hall set up mammalwatching.com in 2005. Genetically Welsh, spiritually Australian, currently in New York City. He has looked for mammals in over 100 countries
In this episode, we sat down with FC Dallas forward Bernard Kamungo to talk about his incredible journey from a refugee facility in Tanzania to the FC Dallas first team. Kamungo immigrated to Abilene, Texas as a teenager where played high school before being noticed at an open tryout for FC Dallas' reserve team in 2021. Two and a half years later, Bernard Kamungo (still just 21) scoring goals in the big leagues and is one of Major League Soccer's rising stars.
Today I get to share the best episode of the R2Kast to date. That in no way belittles anyone who has been on before, this truly has everything! For those who follow me on social media you will have seen my travels with 4 other members of SAYFC to Tanzania and Rwanda for a global 4H summit and signing of a partnership between SAYFC and RAYF respectively! I could say what you'll expect to hear in this podcast but there's no point, I advise you to get a cup, a biscuit…or listen when you have time to proper take it in. I won't say the topics but I'll say what's involved, a group that felt like a family for a fortnight reminiscing about the extremes of emotion they went through together, happiness, sadness to the point of confusion and so many ‘you had to be there' stories! As always, enjoy!
How is it September already!? Summer is officially over and PSL season is here.Now that it's time to get back to business, has anyone else noticed that online engagement has been super low or is it just me? I'm pretty sure everyone has just been offline and living life. I was lucky enough to be in Tanzania climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and going on a safari, and I made sure I was completely off the grid. I was on airplane mode the whole time. It was wonderful.Now that we're back to reality and it's time to get those numbers up, what can you do to balance and grow your business both online and offline? Don't worry, I got you. In this episode, I'm sharing five tips and actionable steps you can take to grow your business online and offline.Topics covered in this episode include:The importance of honoring your energy Why you need to understand your ideal client What social media platform you should focus your energy onYou know the drill; let's drop the beat! Show notes are always available at elainelou.com/podcast/55.Resources Mentioned:Episode 11: Identity Crisis? How to Quit or Realign Your Business or Career With Your Life: https://elainelou.com/blog/identity-crisis-how-to-quit-or-realign-your-business-or-career-with-your-life/ Episode 38: Part 2. One Year Later, How I Became Less Dependent on Social Media with Monica Schrock: https://elainelou.com/blog/part-2-one-year-later-how-i-became-less-dependent-on-social-media-with-monica-schrock/ Episode 23: Get Clients With Ease Through Referrals and Renewals: https://elainelou.com/blog/get-clients-with-ease-through-referrals-and-renewals/ Episode 5: Time and Energy Management to Get Your Life Back: https://elainelou.com/blog/time-and-energy-management-to-get-your-life-back/ Where We Can Connect:Apply to schedule a call to see if the Color Your Dreams Inner Circle is a good fit for you: https://elainelou.com/innercircleSchedule a call with me: https://elainelou.com/callJoin my weekly Color Your Dreams Newsletter: http://elainelou.com/join/Follow Along on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elainelou_Follow Along on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iamelainelouConnect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elaineloucartas
In this episode, Megan Rooney, Program Development Manager at SFA, chats with Shawn Askinosie, the visionary founder & CEO of Askinosie Chocolate, about being a bean-to-bar chocolate trailblazer, making a positive impact on the lives of cocoa farmers worldwide, his upcoming Chocolate University trip to Tanzania, and how SFA was pivotal in connecting him with buyers.Spill & Dish is Powered by Simplecast.
Want to revitalize your spiritual life? Try going on a mission trip! In this episode, Elizabeth Phillips and Ryan Noll, missionaries who serve FOCUS on the Missions team, join Jessica to talk about mission trips. Jess, Elizabeth, and Ryan discuss:How encountering Christ in the poor can transform your daily prayerHow the adventure of a mission trip can be a catalyst for growth in virtue and trust in GodCommon objections to mission trips, including the question: Shouldn't I just send money?Want to see where FOCUS is sending students and missionaries on mission trips to in this school year? Check out the Missions website here: FOCUS MissionsELizabeth Philipps is an eighth- year missionary with FOCUS. She served 5 years on campus at Omaha- Nebraska, Wayne State College, and Franciscan University and is now starting her third year with FOCUS missions. She started serving on mission trips while in college at Franciscan University and had a transformative experience serving in New York her junior year. It was this trip that led her to discern a call to serve as a full time missionary after she graduated. Since joining staff with FOCUS, Elizabeth has served on 10 different trips. The most recent of these was a mission to Tanzania this past summer. Outside of her job with missions, Elizabeth enjoys baking, ice skating, reading the classics, and making Rosaries. Ryan Noll is a tenth-year missionary with FOCUS, beginning his 3rd year on the missions team. Ryan fell in love with missions after his first trip to Nicaragua in 2015. Since then, he has been on 13 trips with FOCUS to various locations around the world. As a campus missionary, he served on the Digital Outreach team, at NYU, where he was a team director for 4 years, and he led the expansion effort at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. In his spare time, he's been leaning into his artistic talents by getting involved in community theatre, where he's recently been cast in productions of Disney's Newsies, Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, and Shakespeare's Love's Labours Lost.
Your emotional health matters as you join God in His work among the nations. There are four proven biblical keys to receive your emotional healing and use to minister to others. Using these keys will help you to stay emotional healthy as you serve others.
In this episode, “Miraculous Movements in Tanzania, pt. 5”, brother Solomon tells us stories of incredible miracles God is doing among the Muslim people groups of Tanzania. He shares with us how miracle after miracle is accelerating the continued multiplication of believers and house churches among several Unreached peoples groups. He starts by telling the…
In this episode, “Miraculous Movements in Tanzania”, brother Amry from Tanzania tells us the story of what God is doing to change the hearts of Muslims towards followers of Jesus. He shares about the incredible miracles God is doing among the Muslim people, and how former Muslims are being set free from witchcraft. The Lord…
ASC Foundation Patient Advocacy Grant Winner Barbara M. Frain, MS SCT(ASCP), Co-Chair, ASC Foundation, interviews Dr. Asteria Kimambo, the winner of the ASC Foundation Patient Advocacy grant. Clinical-pathological implications in establishing an ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration biopsy and rapid on-site evaluation practice for cytology samples in Tanzania. Asteria Kimambo, MD, MMed, Lecturer, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences Apply for an ASC Foundation Patient Advocacy Grant - https://cytopathology.org/mpage/Found... #ASCFoundation #Savinglivesonecellatatime #cyto #cytopath https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93rUddlY8Js
On this episode of Inside St Jude's, Dr Jane Goodall, a world-renowned ethologist and environmentalist and the founder of the Roots and Shoots club shares about her life, early life, work and activism. Also, members of the Roots & Shoots club who met Dr Goodall during her visit to St Jude's share their experience.
Young people in Zanzibar are able to pursue boxing for the first time in nearly six decades, now that a ban on the sport has been lifted. Zanzibar's first president Abeid Karume banned boxing in 1965, saying it was inhumane and against the culture of Zanzibaris. In the years since, some aspiring boxers had to travel to mainland Tanzania to pursue their ambitions. It means that people on the island were only recently able to enjoy one of Africa's most popular sports in person for the first time in nearly 60 years. But after all that time, are people on Zanzibar ready to lace up their gloves and embrace boxing again?
Joko Widodo's recent trip to four African countries marked the first ever by an Indonesian head of state. The President's five-day visit took him to Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique, before finishing in South Africa where he attended the meeting of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) group of nations in Johannesburg. In his address to the BRICS conference Jokowi evoked the ‘spirit of Bandung' in reference to the Asia-Africa conference held in the West Java capital in 1955 and called for solidarity and cooperation between the nations of the Global South. But Indonesia stopped short of accepting an invitation to join the expanding group, which is seen as a potential challenge or alternative to Western hegemony in a changing new world order. So, what motivated such a high-level trip to Africa? Why did Jokowi choose to make such an historic visit at this stage in his presidency? What is the current state of Indonesia-Africa relations and what might Indonesia's ambitions be for its future in the continent? In this week's episode Jemma Purdey chats with Dr Christophe Dorigné-Thomson who holds a PhD in Politics from the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences at Universitas Indonesia, and a Master in Business/Management (Grande Ecole Programme) with a major in Finance from ESSEC Business School. His research focuses on foreign policy (Indonesia, Asia-Africa, and European nations notably); political economy; external powers' engagement with Africa, Asia, and Europe, including political, economic, and defense and security approaches; and Indonesian, Asia-Africa, and Western politics. His forthcoming book, Indonesia's Engagement with Africa, will be published in 2023 by Palgrave Macmillan. In 2023, the Talking Indonesia podcast is co-hosted by Dr Jemma Purdey from Monash University, Tito Ambyo from RMIT and Dr Jacqui Baker from Murdoch University. Image: Antara/Press Bureau of Presidential Secretariat Caption: President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo (left) and his host Mozambique President Filipus Nyusi wear traditional headbands as they attend the opening of the National Festival of Culture at Red Bulls Association Field in Maputo on Aug. 23, 2023.
We're in Arusha, Tanzania, with Scott Brills of Pamoja Safaris. We talk about going on safari in Serengeti National Park, exploring the inactive volcano at Mt Meru, and visiting the Ngorongoro Crater. Show notes & our 1-page guide are at https://WeTravelThere.com/arusha Acorns invests your spare change automatically on every purchase and earns Found Money at participating retailers. It's a great way to save for travel. For a limited time, sign up at wetravelthere.com/acorns & we'll both earn $5.
Terry Repak has written an expat memoir, Circling Home: What I Learned by Living Elsewhere. Candid, thoughtful, and instructive, Circling Home explores the notion of “home” and how our bonds with people from other countries and cultures can profoundly change us. When Terry Repak and her husband moved to West Africa with two small children at the height of the AIDS epidemic in the 1990s, she seized the opportunity to connect with people of other cultures and bear witness to the ravages of the disease. Circling Home chronicles the adventures and challenges of raising children to be global citizens and trying to find a home in countries as diverse as Cote d'Ivoire, Tanzania, and Switzerland. Her memoir spotlights the complexity, struggles, and profound lessons at the heart of the expat journey. I ask her: Which countries have you lived in? What were the hardest lessons to learn? What are the pros and cons of raising kids abroad? What tips do you have for living overseas? What surprised you about Africa? Any regrets? Who should we read your book? Watch the YouTube Video Podcast HIV/AIDS Transmission At the 4:45 mark of the show, I said, "You could have sex hundreds of times with an HIV-positive person and not get HIV." That sounds like misinformation. Few know this dirty little secret. However, Perplexity.ai (a ChatGPT variant) and Terry's husband (who specializes in HIV) agreed with me. Perplexity generated: The odds of HIV transmission can vary depending on the type of sexual activity and other factors. Here are some estimates of the risk of HIV transmission per exposure: 1. **Vaginal Sex**: - Female-to-male transmission: Approximately 0.04% (1 in 2380) . - Male-to-female transmission: Approximately 0.08% (1 in 1234) . 2. **Anal Sex**: - Receptive anal sex (receiving partner): Approximately 0.82% (1 in 122) . - Insertive anal sex (inserting partner): Approximately 0.06% (1 in 1666) . 3. **Oral Sex**: - Receptive oral sex (receiving partner): Very low risk, but not zero. - Insertive oral sex (inserting partner): Very low risk, but not zero. It is important to note that these estimates are based on averages and can vary depending on individual factors such as viral load, presence of other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and use of preventive measures like condoms and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) . Additionally, the risk of transmission can be higher during acute HIV infection or if there are open sores or bleeding gums. It is always recommended to practice safe sex by using condoms consistently and correctly, getting tested regularly for HIV and other STIs, and discussing HIV prevention options with a healthcare provider. Citations:  https://www.everydayhealth.com/hs/preventing-hiv/odds-hiv-transmission-rank/  https://stanfordhealthcare.org/medical-conditions/sexual-and-reproductive-health/hiv-aids/causes/risk-of-exposure.html  https://www.ihv.org/news/2022-News/TheBody-What-Are-the-Chances-of-Getting-HIV-from-One-Exposure.html  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1881672/  https://www.insti.com/chances-of-getting-hiv/  https://www.aidsmap.com/about-hiv/estimated-hiv-risk-exposure More info To leave an anonymous voicemail that I could use on the podcast, go to SpeakPipe.com/FTapon You can post comments, ask questions, and sign up for my newsletter at http://wanderlearn.com. If you like this podcast, subscribe and share! On social media, my username is always FTapon. Connect with me on: Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Tiktok LinkedIn Pinterest Tumblr My Patrons sponsored this show! Claim your monthly reward by becoming a patron at http://Patreon.com/FTapon Rewards start at just $2/month! Affiliate links Start your podcast with my company, Podbean, and get one month free! In the USA, I recommend trading crypto with Kraken. Outside the USA, trade crypto with Binance and get 5% off your trading fees! For backpacking gear, buy from Gossamer Gear.
On today's show I'll speak to Gabriel Manyangadze program manager for SAFCEI – South African Faith Communities Environment Institute about the rebranding of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Organization Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa and their upcoming summit of self-aggrandizement and lies being held in Tanzania. U.S. Right to Know documents on AGRA funding: https://usrtk.org/bill-gates/agra-documents/ Article by Timothy A. Wise in Inter Press Service News Agency: https://www.ipsnews.net/author/timothy-a-wise/ For those who were unable to attend or wish to revisit the discussions, a recording of the press conference is available here: https://shorturl.at/iuOT3 Photo: Women share nutritious diverse local crop varieties at 2022 Djimini seed fair in Senegal. The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa is helping rewrite African laws and policies to favor conversion to hybrid and GMO maize seeds. Credit: AFSA or Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA) The post A Rude Awakening with Gabriel Manyangadze appeared first on KPFA.
In this session, It will seek to help guide you on how to respond to God’s Command and Commission, The quest for discovering and following God’s will and purpose for one’s life is often an illusion to many children of the Living God, Many believers resorts to imitating others and or live a hypocritical phantom life as they are tied down to daily engagements and undertakings of everyday life, It is hoped that discovering the reason for living your life with purpose is made easier. You will discover the purpose for which God design you and gain the confidence to fruitfully be where you belong, through the power of the Holy Spirit. You will be guided through a biblical process and principles to seeing exactly God’s intent for your unique being and person, as Gods design, where you will discover that It all began with God before the foundations of the earth. Ever since, before the fall of humanity, God has you in mind, and he designed you for a purpose and through a process, but as a result of the departure of humans from God, through disbelief, you became blind and were kept ignorant of His plans for you. However, you will discover that His Deep love and Great Mercy, God called you to salvation, you became a new creature and adopted as His Child, hence He qualified you, by being a new creature in His image, He desires for you to return and rediscover His plan and purpose for your life As He God Intended. Responding to Gods Command and Commission, is a call to be ready, Dressed for service fully equipped and Lacking in nothing as you Respond through Obedience, based on a biblical Principles, These herculean task by helping you identify your uniqueness within the body of Christ, and to enable you walk confidently and victoriously where you belong in the program of God through the enabling power of the Holy Spirit. Finally, through the Scriptures and the Power of the Holy Spirit, You will be exposed and guided to God’s Command and Commission, That you begin to instantly manifest the reality of your purpose for living, Emblemed and empowered with full of Zeal, Passion and Fruitfulness, Genuinely ready for all the good works God has designed you to accomplish – Loving God with all your heart, soul and strength and loving others through your service of obedience to his Commission, Praying, Evangelizing, Discipling, Equipping and living a lasting fruit to the Glory of God. Our focus will be what it does take to be dressed, ready for service from your call to salvation to your call to service, Exploring your Meditational life, Family Life and a life of Obedience to His Command and Commission. AS YOU RESPONDING TO GOD’S COMMAND AND COMMISSION