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How to Be Human
38. Learning Lessons

How to Be Human

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 53:28


Applying life lessons sounds so clear and easy, but actually embodying what you know and putting it into practice can be challenging. On today's episode, Anna and Nina talk about some of the major things that they've had to learn the hard way, and what sort of lessons they're currently working through.  One of the most transformative lessons that Anna has learned is that she doesn't have to take everything so personally一sometimes things just happen. She's also become a fan of approaching self-care with the 80/20 mindset and has realized the importance of keeping her tools and routines updated.  Nina shares how she applies the lesson of not taking on other people's emotions, especially in heated situations. She's learned that when you match someone's energy, then you become it. When it comes to motherhood, she's been demonstrating to her son that it's okay to take breaks and honor what your body is telling you.  Anna and Nina discuss moments of young naivatee, including Anna realizing that you can be open to connecting with new people, but also have consideration for their feelings and vulnerability. Nina looks back on her trip to Tanzania and how that opened her eyes to ways that we make assumptions about other cultures, and also how much you can understand someone who has a very different lived experience than you.  Listen to the episode on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-be-human/id1575612024 (Apple Podcasts), https://open.spotify.com/show/1V8taFSZQDpMcXkrP5dGrs?si=PtYeksWSRLGn_vu1vWBvMw&dl_branch=1 (Spotify), https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS9yTHpBOUg2Mg (Google Podcasts), https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/fa34c28b-2ac5-49cb-9fc7-15328379d789 (Amazon Music), https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-how-to-be-human-84625355/ (iHeartRadio), https://www.stitcher.com/show/how-to-be-human-5 (Stitcher), or on your favorite podcast platform Topics Covered: Effectively managing your emotions through self-regulation  Learning to treat yourself kindly and softly when you need it  Finding the happy medium between not abandoning yourself, but also allowing yourself flexibility  Dismantling the illusion of security that back-or-white thinking provides  Working to address your internal biases  Get in Touch: https://howtobehumanpod.com/ (How to Be Human) https://www.instagram.com/howtobehumanpod/ (How to Be Human Instagram) https://www.instagram.com/annatoonk/ (Anna's Instagram) https://www.instagram.com/humannamednina/ (Nina's Instagram) https://www.annatoonk.com/ (Book a session with Anna) https://ninaendrsthealth.com/ (Book a session with Nina)

Habari za UN
TEDI Tanzania tunalenga kuhamasisha kuwe elimu inayoendana na hali ya sasa duniani

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 4:08


Asasi isiyo ya kiserikali ya TEDI Tanzania, katika kutekeleza Lengo namba 4 la Maendeleo Endelevu linalohusu elimu bora, imeamua kulitekeleza lengo hilo kupitia kampeni yao ya kuishawishi serikali na wadau wengine kuboresha ubora wa elimu nchini Tanzania kuanzia ngazi ya msingi hadi taasisi ya elimu ya juu kwa kuziba pengo kati ya nadharia na vitendo kupitia kuunganisha ujuzi wa vitendo ambao hautolewi katika mtaala wa kawaida wa elimu elimu. Gloria Anderson, Mkurugenzi wa shirika la TEDI Tanzania ambalo linahamasisha elimu inayoendana na hali ya sasa ya sayansi na teknolojia ili kuwaandaa wanafunzi kuanzia ngazi za chini kuweza baadaye kujiajiri na kuajiriwa, akiwa katika safari ya mafunzo na kazi hapa Marekani, kupitia mahojiano haya na Anold Kayanda wa Idhaa hii, anaanza kwa kueleza hatua ambazo wameshazipiga nchini Tanzania. 

Habari za UN
15 AGOSTI 2022

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 12:34


Hii leo jaridani tunamulika mwaka mmoja wa watalibani madarakani nchini Afghanistani na madhara yake kwa watoto wa kike. “Watoto wa kike hawaruhusiwi kuendelea na masoko ya elimu ya sekondari.” Kisha Sudan Kusini ambako walinda amani wa Umoja wa Mataifa wanahaha kuondoa maji ya mafuriko yaliyotwama kwenye mji wa Bentiu, jimboni Unity. Makala tunaye kijana Gloria Anderson Mkurugenzi wa shirika la TEDI Tanzania ambalo linahamasisha elimu inayoendana na hali ya sasa ya sayansi na teknolojia ili kuwaandaa wanafunzi kuanzia ngazi za chini kuweza baadaye kujiajiri na kuajiriwa. Mashinani tutaelekea wilayani Bunda mkoani Mara nchini Tanzania ambako unatekelezwa mradi wa umeme wa nishati ya jua au sola. Karibu na mwenyeji wako ni Assumpta Massoi  

To My Sisters
We've Been Getting 'Finding Your Purpose' Wrong: Individualism, Getting Equipped & Making Impact

To My Sisters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 67:03


It seems as though many of the sisters are stuck in an endless pursuit of discovering ‘purpose', and with all the pressures of modern life, it's no surprise that the girls are out here feeling lost. In today's episode, we talk about how to approach ‘discovering' purpose, fulfilling your purpose, and how to deal with the bumps and kinks along the journey. Join the sisterhood and the conversation @tomysisterhood #tomysisters www.tomysisters.com For affordable and accessible online therapy visit www.betterhelp.com/tomysisters  Support our sponsored walk for a girls school in the Nungwi Village of Tanzania by donating here

Desert Island Discs
Kate Ewart-Biggs, Deputy Chief Executive, British Council

Desert Island Discs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 35:54 Very Popular


Kate Ewart-Biggs is the deputy chief executive of the British Council, which aims to build connections between the UK and countries worldwide, through education programmes, language learning and cultural activities. Kate was born into a diplomatic family and her early childhood years were spent in France and Belgium. In 1976, when she was eight years old, her father Christopher Ewart-Biggs was appointed British ambassador to Ireland. Two weeks into his new job, he was killed by an IRA landmine. Kate's mother Jane moved the family back to London and began to campaign for peace and reconciliation in Ireland: she became a life peer in 1981. After studying anthropology at university, Kate worked on charity projects for street children in Brazil and South Africa before joining the British Council. Her career has taken her all around the world including postings in Uganda, Tanzania and Indonesia. She lives in London with her daughter. DISC ONE: I Could Have Danced All Night by My Fair Lady Orchestra, My Fair Lady Chorus, Marni Nixon (soprano), André Previn (conductor), Mona Washbourne (played Mrs. Pearce), My Fair Lady Original Motion Picture Cast and Warner Brothers Studio Orchestra DISC TWO: Et Si Tu N'existais Pas by Joe Dassin DISC THREE: Mr Tambourine Man by Bob Dylan DISC FOUR: I Don't Like Mondays by The Boomtown Rats DISC FIVE: Lambada by Kaoma DISC SIX: Namagembe by Madoxx Sematimba DISC SEVEN: I And Love And You by The Avett Brothers DISC EIGHT: American Pie by Don McLean BOOK CHOICE: The Complete Novels of Jane Austen LUXURY ITEM: An asthma inhaler CASTAWAY'S FAVOURITE: Mr. Tambourine Man by Bob Dylan Presenter Lauren Laverne Producer Sarah Taylor

All the Hacks
Bonus Q&A w/ Sebastian Modak: Favorite Places to Visit in Every Continent

All the Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 23:05


#71:  In this bonus episode, expert traveler, writer, and journalist, Sebastian Modak, and Chris break down their list of favorite places to visit on each continent. They talk about bridge jumping in Bosnia, scuba diving in Coiba National Park, the thrill of crossing the streets of Hanoi during rush hour, and a lot more.Sebastian Modak (@sebmodak) is a writer, multimedia journalist, and the editor-at-large at Lonely Planet. He spent 2019 circling the globe as the New York Times 52 Places Traveler, reporting from every destination on the Times' 52 Places to Go list. Full show notes at: https://allthehacks.com/travel-bonus-episode-sebastain-modakView video on our YouTube channel: Travel like a Journalist and Make Every Trip Incredible | Sebastian Modak | All The Hacks Selected Links From The EpisodeConnect with Sebastian Modak: Website | Instagram | Twitter | Lonely PlanetAll the Hacks Podcasts Mentioned:Travel Hacks for Planning Your Best Trip Ever with Brandon PresserResources Mentioned:  This is your brain on Antarctica: penguins, icebergs, and a lifetime supply of awe Travel Destinations MentionedNorth/Central AmericaNew OrleansEl SalvadorLas Flores ResortNicaraguaCosta RicaSanta Catalina, PanamaCoiba National ParkTamarindoSouth AmericaCartagena, ColumbiaMedellínQuito, EcuadorBonaireArubaEuropePlovdiv, BulgariaKapana - Creative DistrictBudapestMostar, Bosnia and HerzegovinaBridge Diver's ClubTito's Nuclear BunkerCroatiaAfricaDekar, SenegalDar es Salaam, TanzaniaTazara Railway (between Tanzania and Zambia)ZanzibarAsiaIndonesiaHanoi, De Nang, Saigon, VietnamNew OrleansSiberiaLake BaikalOlkhan IslandSyriaLebanonIsrealJapanKanazawaShirakawa-goSetouchi IslandsSetouchi TriennaleTaiwanIndiaCambodiaOceania/AntarcticaSouth Island of New ZealandGreat Walks Full Show NotesChris and Sebastian share their recommended travel destinations in North/Central America [0:42]Travel destinations recommended in South America [4:49]Travel destinations recommended in Europe [7:37]Travel destinations recommended in Africa [12:47]Travel destinations recommended in Asia [15:18]Sebastian's Japan recommendations [19:27]Tips and travel destinations recommended in Oceania/Antarctica [21:49] Connect with All the HacksAll the Hacks: Newsletter | Website | Facebook | EmailChris Hutchins: Twitter | Instagram | Website | LinkedIn

Habari za UN
Kiswahili: Juhudi binafsi za kukiendeleza sambamba na kinavyoleta ahueni kwa walioko kwenye mizozo

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 4:08


Zaidi ya mwezi sasa umepita tangu maadhimisho ya kwanza ya lugha ya Kiswahili duniani na harakati zinaendelea kusongesha lugha hiyo adhimu. Ni katika nyakati kama hizo watu wanaanza kutambua umuhimu wa lugha yoyote katika maendeleo na hadi kupatiwa hadhi ya kimataifa inakuwa juhudi nyingi zimefanyika. Ziko juhudi binafsi, za kikanda na za kimataifa ambazo zinawezesha lugha kutumika hata pale penye mazingira magumu ili kuleta ahueni kwa wenyeji. Mathalni huko Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Congo, DRC, kuna mizozo na wageni wanaozungumza kiswahili wanapata ahueni pale wenyeji wanaokwenda kuwanyooshea mkono wanazungumza pia lugha hiyo na ndivyo inavyodhihirika kwenye makala hii sambamba na juhudi binafsi za wananchi kusongesha kiswahili akiwemo John Jackson, mtanzania anayeishi Ujerumani. Katika makala hii tutasikia pande zote na hapa Thelma Mwadzaya anasimulia makala hii na Meja Doreen Arcad Mchomba, mtaalamu wa masuala ya saikolojia katika kikosi cha 9 cha Tanzania, kwenye ujumbe wa Umoja wa Matiafa wa kulinda amani nchini DRC, MONUSCO. Meja Mchomba anaanza kwa kuelezea sababu ya kupenda lugha ya Kiswahili.

Habari za UN
11 AGOSTI 2022

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 12:11


Hii leo katika jarida tunamulika siku ya vijana duniani ambayo itaadhimishwa kesho Agosti 12 na tunakwenda Tabora nchini TAnzania kusikia sauti za vijana wakijibu wito wa maudhui ya mwaka huu ya ushirikiano baina ya marika yote ili kuwezesha kufikia malengo ya vijana kwa mujibu wa ajenda 2030 ya malengo ya maendeleo endelevu, SDGs. Mwenyeji wetu Tabora ni Happiness Pallangyo wa Radio washirika RAdio Uhai FM. Kuna Habari kwa Ufupi ikimulika wito wa UN kwa wananchi wa Kenya wakati huu wakisubiri matokeo ya uchaguzi mkuu. Halikadhalika mwelekeo wa ukosefu wa ajira duniani miongoni mwa vijana, na kisha ukame Somalia hali ni tete. Katika kujifunza kiswahili, tunakwenda Zanzibar na methali "Ganda la mua la jana, chungu kaona kivuno!" Karibu na mwenyeji wako ni Assumpta Massoi.

Salama Na
SE7EP09 - SALAMA NA DAMIAN SOUL | HARIRI…

Salama Na

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 66:13


Damian Soul ni Superstar na siku ambayo sote tutakubaliana na hiyo statement basi tutaanza kufaidi matunda ya kipaji chake kwa uzuri sana, ila mpaka siku hiyo ifike ni wachache tu ambao wanamuelewa kwa upana huo ndio ambao wataendelea kufaidi kipaji chake kwa nafasi yao. Wale watu wa makampunj mbali mbali kwa mfano CocaCola ambao wanakua na events zao za ndani kwaajili ya watu wao na waalikwa wawili watatu huwa wanamfaidi sana kijana huyu hodari wa ki Tanzania. Na Damian kwa ukali wake akipata nafasi kama hiyo huwa hafanyi makosa hata kidogo, huhakikisha anapeleka mziki wote kwao ili wakati mwengine wanapokua na event basi jina lake liwe la kwanza kwenye list ya waburudishaji wao. Mzaliwa wa Dar es Salaam, mtoto wa Sinza kabisa, Damian amezaliwa kwenye familia ya kishua kabisa, jinsi ambavyo unaona anavaa ki nadhifu vile ukiachana na hereni zake, hivyo ndivyo Marehemu Mzee wake alivyokua ananyuka, nadhifu kabisa. Koti imenyooka na ilivaliwa inakaa hasa mahala pake, kiatu inang'aa vizuri baada ya kuipiga kiwi mwenyewe, Damian anakumbuka unadhifu huo na ki uhakika ameurithi na kuuendeleza. Shule kwake ilikua ni kitu tu ambacho ilibidi akifanye kwasababu pengine kila mtu au mtoto kwa matakwa ya wazazi ilibidi afanye hivyo na ili aweze kutoka pale alipokua ilibidi afunge mabegi yake mpaka Kampala nchini Uganda, kama utakumbuka vizuri kuna miaka ya kati ya 2000 hapo ilikua kama ‘fashion' kwa watoto wa ki Tanzania kwenda kusoma kule, kwa khadithi nyingi nilizo zisikia wengi wao walikua sio waingiaji sana class na badala yake maisha ya ku party na kujitafuta na kujielewa ndo yalikua ki hivyo zaidi. Haikua tofauti pia kwa Damian Soul, Ila yeye sio kwenye ku party ila kwenye kujitafuta na kujua kwamba muziki ndo kitu alitaka kufanya kwa maisha yake yote. Anakumbuka mti ambao alikua anakaa chini yake na ‘kulicharaza' sana gitaa na kila aliyekua anapita pale habari alikua nayo. Upekee wake wa kuanzia sauti mpaka style yake ya mavazi ndo unaomtofautisha yeye na wengine, ukimuona tu utajua kama ni Star maana jinsi ambavyo anajibeba ni tofauti na watu wengine. Hii pia inasababisha watu kujiuliza maswali kuhusu maisha yake na vitu apendavyo kama mtoto wa kiume. Yeye kwa mujibu wa maongezi haya na mengine ambayo mimi na yeye tushawahi kuwa nayo hayamsumbui kabisa. Anajiheshimu na kujielewa na pia anajua mipaka iko wapi. Na pengine kama binadamu tunatakiwa kuwaacha watu wawe wao, especially kwasababu hayo ni maisha yao, na kwa heshima na taadhima wanajua jinsi ya kujibeba kama binadamu na zaidi kama mTanzania. Anakumbuka jinsi ambavyo alikua Sinza hasa baada ya Baba yake kutangulia mbele ya haki, anasema mtaani palikua pa moto sana kwa kugumbikwa na wimbi la vijana kujihusisha na vitendo vya kihuni na wizi na kujikita kwenye matumizi mazito ya madawa ya kulevya. Anasema yeye alifanikiwa kukimbilia kanisani wakati anasubiria mambo yake mengine ya shule yakae sawa. Kanisani ambako alijifunza mambo ya muziki ikiwa pamoja na kujifunza kupiga instruments, ukiachana na sauti yake ya kipekee, Damian pia ni mpiga gitaa mzuri sana na muandishi hodari pia wa ngoma zake. Mimi ni mmoja wa mashabiki wake na binafsi nilichukua nafasi hii ili tukae chini na tuyajenge kama familia na watu wengine pia wapate nafasi ya kumskiliza na kumuelewa vizuri. Wengi wamekua wakimhukumu kwasababu tu ya muonekano wake na kama Dada na rafiki niliona kuna umuhimu wa sisi kupata nafasi ya kukaa chini na kumfahamu kinaga ubaga. Kama binadamu wote tulivyo, kila mmoja wetu ana mitihani yake ambayo anapitia, mengine mpaka leo inaendelea na mengine ilikua tunafaulu na mengine kufeli, ila kupitia huko ndo ambako kumetufanya tuwe bora na wapya na kujifunza ni jinsi gani mmoja anaweza kutengeneza maisha yake na akawa mfano bora kwa familia na jamii ambayo imemzunguka. Kama mtoto kwa Mama yake na kioo cha jamii, Damian yuko humble sana na wala hana papara kwenye kuhakikisha anafika pale ambapo anapaona kuna kitu cha yeye kuweza kukaa. Mpaka sasa hayuko pabaya hata kidogo --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yahstonetown/support

Habari za UN
Wanawake wa Iringa walikuwa na ujuzi, walihitaji tu ubora na soko - Catherine Shembilu

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 3:48


Ukosefu wa usawa wa kijinsia, umaskini na kazi zisizo na hadhi ni masuala mtambuka ambayo mara nyingi moja kati ya hayo husababisha jingine hususani miongoni mwa wanawake kote duniani. Umoja wa Mataifa umekuwa ukitoa wito kwa wanajamii popote walipo kwa namna mbalimbali kukata minyororo ya changamoto hizi ili kuwakwamua wanawake ambao wanajikuta wakigubikwa na lindi la umaskini pamoja na kuwa wanashiriki katika shughuli mbalimbali za kijamii. Kupitia makala hii, Anold Kayanda anamhoji Catherine Shembilu, Mwanzilishi wa Kampuni ya Vikapu Bomba ya nchini Tanzania ambayo kwa lengo la kukata minyororo ya ukosefu wa usawa wa kijinsia na kiuchumi, inasongesha malengo ya Umoja wa Mataifa ya maendeleo endelevu kupitia wanawake watengenezaji wa vikapu vinavyotokana na mimea nyasi aina ya milulu katika mikoa ya Iringa na Njombe. Catherine anaanza kwa kueleza namna alivyoingia katika shughuli hii.

Habari za UN
09 AGOSTI 2022

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 9:50


Hii leo jaridani tunaanza na siku ya kimataifa ya watu wa jamii ya asili duniani ambapo Katibu Mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa anapigia chepuo teknolojia zinazohamishwa kutoka kizazi kimoja hadi kingine na wanawake wa jamii ya asili. Kisha tunamulika kifaa cha kupatia hewa ya oksijeni watoto wachanga kilichotengenezwa Kenya na sasa kimepelekwa Ukraine kusaidia hospitali ambako vifaa hivyo ni nadra au havipo. Mashine haitumii umeme! Makala tunamulika kijana Catherine Shembilu kutoka Tanzania na vikapu bomba vinavyotengenezwa na wanawake kwa kutumia majani ya milulu huko Njombe na Iringa, lengo ni kufanikisha SDGs. Mashanani ni kauli ya Umoja wa Mataifa kuhusu  uchaguzi mkuu Kenya. Karibu na mwenyeji wako ni Assumpta Massoi.  

Living with Landyn with Landyn Hutchinson
77. Let's Go to Africa! All the Details of Our Family Trip to Kenya + Tanzania - Part 2

Living with Landyn with Landyn Hutchinson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 40:34 Very Popular


Grab your tissues for this one! In this episode, Landyn is wrapping up her family trip to Kenya + Tanzania, but this time - she's sharing more of the life changing stories from her time there. If you haven't had a chance to listen to Part 1 yet, go ahead and hop back into that HERE.  If you liked Part 1, we think you'll be *extra* excited about Part 2. In this episode, Landyn is covering her favorite stories, like: The beautifully brilliant ceremony with an African tribe in honor of Lily's next phase of life The rare animal sighting they experienced that their guide, Tim, just LOVES The unexpected gift their guide, Tim, gave to their son that they will always be indebted to him for Why a wildebeest on the tarmac changed their lives forever Landyn's absolute biggest takeaways from this life changing trip   Put on your best neutrals as you listen to this informative and spiritually transformational episode. For fulll episode notes, check out: www.livingwithlandyn.com/lets-go-to-africa-all-the-details-of-our-trip-to-kenya-tanzania-part-2

Habari za UN
Wanaume Morogoro nchini Tanzania wasaidia kufanikisha unyonyeshaji wa mtoto maziwa ya mama

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 1:56


Wiki ya unyonyeshaji wa maziwa ya mama kwa watoto ambayo ilianza tarehe mosi ya mwezi huu wa Agosti na kuadhimishwa duniani kote kwa jamii kuelimishwa kuhusu umuhimu wa mama kumnyonyesha mtoto imehitimishwa jana tarehe 7. Huko mkoani Morogoro nchini Tanzania, kwa wiki nzima mashirika mbalimbali kwa kushirikiana na serikali yamekuwa yakizungumza na wanajamii ili kufahamu uelewa wao kuhusu suala hili la unyonyeshaji na pia kuwapa elimu panapohitajika. Hamad Rashid wa Redio washirika wetu MVIWATA FM ya Mkoani Morogoro, amehudhuria sherehe za ufungaji wa maadhmisho hayo yaliyofanyika katika viwanja vya Kata ya Mkambalani Kijiji cha Mkambalani Manispaa ya Morogoro na hii ni taarifa yake.

Habari za UN
08 AGOSTI 2022

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 10:38


Hii leo jaridani tunaanza na habari kuhusu unyonyeshaji wa maziwa ya mama kwa mtoto na tunakwenda Morogoro nchini Tanzania. Kisha tunamulika harakati za FAO kuhakikisha kuwa wakulima wanapata pembejeo ili waweze kupanda mazao msimu huu wa Meher na kisha wavune Oktoba mwaka huu. Makala tunamulika kijana Suzan Yumbe na taasisi yao ya Afya Plus Tanzania na changamoto alizokumbana nazo kuelekea kuanzisha shirika hilo. Mashinani tunasalia Tanzania na ujumbe wa kijana Hussein Meleke kwa  vijana wa Kenya wanapokwenda kupiga kwenye uchaguzi mkuu kesho Agosti 9. Karibu na mwenyeji wako ni Assumpta Massoi.

To My Sisters
Your Standards Are Too High: The Obsession with ‘Humbling Women'

To My Sisters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 71:55


Expressing standards, aiming for more and choosing peace is something we actively encourage women to do. However, the culture of ‘humbling' women who choose to be outspoken about their preferences, their relationships, and the things they desire in their lives, seems to be causing a lot of tension in these streets. Find out what the sisters have to say about humbling women, ‘negging' and manipulation in our latest episode. Support a girls' school in Tanzania by sponsoring our 20km walk!  Join us on the Sponsored Walk!  Join the sisterhood and the conversation @tomysisterhood #tomysisters www.tomysisters.com

Habari za UN
05 AGOSTI 2022

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 11:01


Hii leo jaridani tunaanzia huko Somalia ambako Umoja wa Mataifa umesihi jamii ya kimataifa ianze kutoa misaada ya kimkakati Somalia ambako ukame umeathiri wakulima ambao ndio wazalishaji wa chakula, hivyo misaada ianze kutolewa sasa. Kisha tunafunga safari hadi Thailand ambako teknolojia mpya ya kusafisha maji kwenye mabwawa ya kufugia kamba wadogo imesaidia kumaliza changamoto ya magonjwa ya mlipuko kutokana na  ulaji wa kamba waliochafuliwa na maji. Makala tunakwenda Jamhuri ya Afrika ya Kati ambako walinda amani wa Umoja wa Mataifa kutoka Tanzania, TANZBAT-5 wameweka silaha chini kwa muda na kuchangia damu kwa watoto wenye uhitaji. Mashinani, kijana mmoja kutoka Tanzania anatoa wito kwa watu watumie vyema mitandao ya kijamii. Karibu na mwenyeji wako ni Assumpta Massoi.

Habari za UN
TANZBATT 5 wachangia damu katika hospitali ya Berberati, CAR

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 2:55


Wanajeshi walinda amani wa TANZBATT 5 ambacho ni kikosi cha 5 kutoka Tanzania wanaohudumu katika Ujumbe wa Umoja wa Mataifa unaolinda amani nchini Jamhuri ya Afrika ya Kati, MINUSCA, mara kwa mara wanaweka bunduki chini na kushiriki shughuli mbalimbali za kijamii kama vile usafi wa mazingira na michezo. Safari hii wameshiriki katika utchangiaji wa damu ili kuunga mkono juhudi za serikali ya CAR kuwatibu watoto waliozaliwa na midomo iliyochanika, yaani midomo sungura. Afisa Habari wa TANZBATT 5 Meja Asia Hussein, anaripoti.

Salama Na
SE7EP08 - SALAMA NA SAMATTA | HEADMASTER

Salama Na

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 60:51


Kila kijana wa ki Tanzania ambae anaupenda na kuuthamini mpira wa miguu na ambaye angependa ndo iwe kazi ya maisha yake basi Mbwana Ally Samatta ndiye role model wake, hakuna doubt kwamba watakua na mapenzi na Cristiano Ronaldo au Leo Messi au Kylian Mbappe au Marcus Rashford ila yule ambaye amewaaminisha kwamba INAWEZEKANA ukacheza POPOTE hapa duniani na hasa kwenye ligi yetu pendwa ya Uingereza ni Samatta. Rafiki tu kutoka Mbagala rangi tatu ambaye kashacheza saaana ndondo na makombe ya mbuzi wakati anakua na mwisho wa siku akaenda kucheza kwa wazungu na bado anaendelea kutafuta rizki yake huko, hata kama sio ligi ile ambayo hata yeye mwenyewe angependa awepo ila BADO ni MWAMBA wetu. Samatta huyu huyu ndo ambaye alijitwika mpira kichwani na kuitika nyavuni mbele ya beki ambae anaaminika kuwa BORA kwa misimu hii miwili mitatu ndani ya Virgil van Dijk. Hata wakati naandika hii bado mwili unanisisimka kwa wazo tu kwamba nililishuhudia lile, pata picha kwa mtoto ambaye ana ndoto hizo. Lile goli lilimfanyia NINI kwenye ndoto zake. KRC Genk walipoteza mchezo ule wa ugenini wa kombe la mabingwa wa Ulaya kwa magoli 2-1 ila kwenye mitaa yote ya mikoa ya Tanzania ile mechi ilikua ya USHINDI. Mbwana ametokea kwenye familia ya kawaida sana sana, wazazi wake wote kama kumbukumbu yangu itakua 100 basi walikua polisi, najua kwa hakika Baba yake alikua Polisi kwa asilimia 100. Kwa marehemu Bi Mkubwa wake ndo sina hakika sana ila kwa hakika jibu limo kwenye haya maongezi yetu. Anakumbuka jinsi ambavyo Mzee wake alikua anasisitiza kwenye suala la elimu na heshima, kama mtoto wa mwisho kwenye familia hiyo, Mbwana aliupenda sana mpira, zile za kujiiba na kwenda kucheza mechi za mbali alishafanya sana na matunda ndo haya ya leo. Nadhani ilifika kipindi Mzee mwenyewe aliona basi sawa, twende huko utakako. Familia yao yote ni wapenzi wa mpira na Kaka yake Mouhamed bado anacheza hapa hapa Tanzania. Sasa akiwa kama kioo kikubwa sana kwenye jamii hii Samatta anazungumzia presha ambayo hupewa hasa pale anapoitwa kwenye timu ya Taifa, jinsi maneno mengi ya kashfa yanaporushwa kwake kutoka kwa wananchi na anakumbuka pia wakati bado anacheza T.P Mazembe kuna kipindi kocha aliacha kumuita yeye na Rafiki yake Thomas Ulimwenguna ilisemekana kama pengine hakuna na interest na team au hakua anatoa 100. Pengine kipindi hicho aliumia zaidi maana hiyo haikua jambo zuri kwake. Mbwana anazungumza na mimi kuhusu urafiki wake na Ulimwengu na maisha ambayo walikua wanaishi pamoja wakati wako DRC, anakumbuka jinsi walivyokua wanapanga kufanikiwa pamoja na mipango yao endelevu kwenye career yao. Ulimwengu nae ana siku yake kwenye kiti chetu In Shaa Allah maana nae ana mengi ya kutuelezea. Majeraha ya mara kwa mara bila ya shaka yalisababisha kwa kiasi kikubwa ndoto zake za kucheza Ulaya kutochukua hatua ya juu kama ambavyo angependa, ila mimi naamini hayo yote maisha tu, kila kitu kilikua tayari kimesha andikwa. Samatta ni Baba ambaye watoto wake wanasoma hapa hapa nyumbani, nilimuuliza kama watoto wake wanajua yeye ni nani na akanipa story ndogo ya yeye kung'amua kama wanafahamu fika Baba yao ni nani. Mwenzangu humu kuna mengi sana ambayo yatakufaa na kwa nafasi ya kipekee ningependa kumshukuru Captain wa Taifa kwa kuchukua time kwenye ratiba yake ambayo ilikua imebana kweli kweli ili tu aje kutubarikia meza yetu kwa uwepo wake. Yangu matumaini uta enjoy sana. Love, Salama. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yahstonetown/support

Cancer
T. Scanlan - Paediatric oncology in Tanzania - A model to serve every child in need

Cancer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 35:37


Trish Scanlan, Director of Their Lives Matter/(Tumaini la Maisha) Paediatric Oncology Programme in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Interim Director of Global Health at Children's Health Ireland speaks on "Paediatric oncology in Tanzania - A model to serve every child in need".

Chubstep
#369: Gaudy Step

Chubstep

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 41:58


In this week's Chubstep Steed and Jrad discuss foods that are hard to look at, complaining your way to a better spot in line, an evaluation of fake or real jewelry on a float trip, removing ticks, a humble typing brag, disabled children trafficking and cooking Tanzania food in Tanzania News, cooking a new culture of food every week, and household disasters in ‘Table Topics'.

Habari za UN
Hali mwanzoni ilikuwa mbaya sasa UNHCR imetusaidia- Mkimbizi DRC

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 3:58


Hali si shwari kwa makumi ya maelfu ya wakimbizi na wakimbizi wa ndani nchini Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Congo, DRC kutokana na kuendelea kufurushwa makwao kutokana na ghasia zinazochochewa na vikundi vilivyojihami mashariki mwa nchi hiyo. Mahitaji ya kibinadamu yanaongezeka kila uchao huku ufadhili kwa mashirika kama lile la Umoja wa Mataifa la kuhudumia wakimbizi, UNHCR ukipungua. Lakini shirika hilo linajitahidi kuwapatia wakimbizi msaada wa kimkakati ili waweze kujitegemea. Wako walionufaika na wengine wanahitaji usaidizi zaidi kwa watoot wao waweze kwenda shuleni. Hali iko vipi kwa tamu na chungu hiyo? Ungana basi na Ibrahim Rojala wa Televisheni washirika Mamlaka TV kutoka Tanzania akisimulia makala hii iliyoandaliwa na UNHCR.   

Derek O'Shea Show | Comedy News Show

Support the SHOW https://www.buymeacoffee.com/derekosheashowSources:https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11074427/How-UK-spies-watched-Harrogate-9-11-Al-Qaeda-chief-executed.htmlHow UK spies watched from Harrogate as the 9/11 Al-Qaeda chief responsible for the deaths of nearly 3,000 people was executed by a 6-bladed Ninja missileThe CIA announced they executed Ayman al-Zawahiri, 71, in a drone strike on July 31 as stood on his balconyIntelligence services monitored him for months, including British experts based in Harrogate, North Yorkshireal-Zawahiri took over terrorist group Al-Qaeda after Osama bin Laden was executed by US military in 2011He is believed to have been the last surviving of the eight masterminds of the September 11 terror attacks - Daily MailSeeing Red: Furious China tears into Biden for 'indulging and colluding' with Pelosi over her Taiwan trip and summons U.S. Ambassador - as Nancy sleeps under armed guard at Grand HyattChinese officials summoned U.S. Ambassador Nicholas Burns in the middle of the night for a meeting to protest Speaker Nancy Pelosi's trip to Taiwan Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng slammed Pelosi's stopHe said Biden's government should have 'restrained Pelosi's unscrupulous move and prevented her from going' but instead 'indulged her and colluded with her'The White House tried to tamp down the situation'The United States will not seek and does not want a crisis,' said White House spokesperson John Kirby 'There's just no reason to amp this up,' Kirby said Pelosi's Air Force plane - with its distinctive blue and white colors and American flag on the tail - touched down in Taipei at 10:45 pm local time The speaker's hotel in Taipei was surrounded by security as China backed up their warnings with a show of force, including live-fire drills Follow DailyMail.com's live coverage of Pelosi's visit HERE  - Daily MailSenate passes PACT Act to fund health care for veterans impacted by toxic burn pitsSen. John Kennedy on Pelosi's visit to Taiwan:"I'm glad the Speaker went, but if she really wanted to demonstrate strength from the United States of America she would have made it a bipartisan trip ... but no, it's her. It's the Speaker Pelosi show."John Kirby is asked about people who were killed by Al-Qaeda in Tanzania and Kenya and whether their lives "don't really matter":"Wow, I've gotta take issue with that ... All lives matterPeter Doocy: "You guys gave a whole country to a bunch of people that are on the FBI Most Wanted list. What did you think was going to happen?"John Kirby: "I take issue with the premise that we gave a whole country to terrorist groups."Joe Rogan reacts to Biden Administration changing the definition of a "recession": "You're f*ucking with definitions in order to pretend that you're doing a good job."Email: derekosheashow@gmail.comYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/derekosheashowRumble  : https://rumble.com/c/c-624233Podcast Audio Webpage: https://derekosheashow.buzzsprout.comApple Podcast : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/derek-oshea-show-comedy-news-show/id1508917484Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/show/3BNCK8HjbDOtyOlHMOVGTXOdysee: https://odysee.com/@DerekOsheaShowWebsite : https://theoneminutenews.wixsite.com/derekosheashowTwitter: https://twitter.com/DerekOsheaShowInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/derekosheashow/Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/LgKyzhcXmm52/Gab: https://gab.com/TheOneMinuteNewsFacebook : https://www.facebook.com/DerekOsheaShowTikTok : https://www.tiktok.com/@derekosheashow?Support the show

Living Country in the City
Ep 244 - Sue Tidwell: Cries of the Savanna

Living Country in the City

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 63:17


Sue Tidwell, author of Cries of the Savanna, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to share her love affair with hunting and conservation in Africa. Sue discusses growing up in a hunting family, but never hunting herself until she met her husband after moving to Alaska. A trip to Tanzania, in Africa, was her husband's dream, but Sue explains how, initially, she was strongly against pursuing several specific African species. However, her real-life experience in Africa gave her an outsider's understanding of why hunting and trophy fees are so crucial to African communities and conservation, and how anti-hunting and trophy import bans could negatively impact Africa. Sue explains how "No meat goes to waste in Africa" and takes us alongside her and her husband's Cape Buffalo "Dagga Boy" hunt. She tells Sam about her fantastic learning experiences with their hunting guides and 23-year-old female game scout. Sue will make you fall in love and want to fight for Africa. Make sure to pick up a copy of Cries of the Savanna for yourself and one for a non-hunting friend. See more on the show notes page at thewildinitiative.com/244.   For AD-FREE EPISODES, please subscribe via Patreon at patreon.com/thewildinitiative.   Get discounts on hunting, fishing, and outdoor products at thewildinitiative.com/discounts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
July 31, 2022 Temple Talk - ”Bega Kwa Bega”

Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022


Gospel Reading: Luke 12:32-40. This Sunday, we welcome Jo Whiting and Russ Hilliard back from Tanzania. During our ministry minute, they will discuss their trip, as well as ways to help support our sister congregation in Isimani.

Living Country in the City
Ep 244 - Sue Tidwell: Cries of the Savanna

Living Country in the City

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 61:17


Sue Tidwell, author of Cries of the Savanna, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to share her love affair with hunting and conservation in Africa. Sue discusses growing up in a hunting family, but never hunting herself until she met her husband after moving to Alaska. A trip to Tanzania, in Africa, was her husband's dream, but Sue explains how, initially, she was strongly against pursuing several specific African species. However, her real-life experience in Africa gave her an outsider's understanding of why hunting and trophy fees are so crucial to African communities and conservation, and how anti-hunting and trophy import bans could negatively impact Africa. Sue explains how "No meat goes to waste in Africa" and takes us alongside her and her husband's Cape Buffalo "Dagga Boy" hunt. She tells Sam about her fantastic learning experiences with their hunting guides and 23-year-old female game scout. Sue will make you fall in love and want to fight for Africa. Make sure to pick up a copy of Cries of the Savanna for yourself and one for a non-hunting friend. See more on the show notes page at thewildinitiative.com/244.   For AD-FREE EPISODES, please subscribe via Patreon at patreon.com/thewildinitiative.   Get discounts on hunting, fishing, and outdoor products at thewildinitiative.com/discounts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Inside Running Podcast
248: Birmingham Commonwealth Games Marathon

Inside Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 99:31 Very Popular


248: Birmingham Commonwealth Games Marathon Brad struggles with a sore throat. Julian finds a brief appreciation for parenting and spends time with the new puppy. Brady learns the hard way why you should always change the batteries in a GoPro. Jessica Stenson won the gold medal in the Commonwealth Games Marathon running 2:27:31 on the streets of Birmingham adding to her two bronze medals from the previous games at Glasgow and Gold Coast. Teammates Eloise Wellings and Sinead Diver who ran with Jess in the main pack for a significant portion of the race finished fourth and fifth respectively. Margaret Muruiki of Kenya and defending champion Helalia Johannes of Namibia rounded out the podium. Official Women's Marathon Results Liam Adams took the race on in the men's marathon, leading for over the first half of the race before Victor Kiplangat of Uganda and the then-chasing pack broke the race open, Kiplangat winning in 2:10:55. Alphonce Simbu of Tanzania won silver and Githae of Kenya took the bronze, with Liam only 7 seconds behind Githae in fourth. Andy Buchanan moved through the field to finish 7th overall in his debut global championship. Official Men's Marathon Results . The boys then discuss the significance of Commonwealth Games compared to the World Athletics Championships and the potential impact on the next generation and general public. https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/australias-jessica-stenson-wins-commonwealth-games-marathon-gold/  In the South Australia XC Champs, it was Matt Clarke over Adrian Potter and Max Stevens over 10k at Victoria Park, while Caitlin Adams took the state title ahead of Lucy Mauviel and Brooke Heins. Results Queensland State XC Champs won by Aidan Hobbs and Lauren Kerwick. Results Sydney Marathon to undergo candidacy process for World Major Marathon status. Official Press Release This week the boys go through a series of quick-fire listener questions, ranging from the comm games marathon, the recent world championships and the very early Paris Olympic marathon team selection. Moose on the Loose winds things up with the small fields on display and some of the bureaucratic mishaps with the marathon lineups. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN

Mom Is In Control Podcast
967: "Choose Yourself, Even If They Judge You" {Interview with Jill Valentine}

Mom Is In Control Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 48:33


“The art of mothering is to teach the art of living to children." —Elaine Heffner In this episode, Jill shares her perspective and highlights: Awknowlegining the value of "choosing yourself" despite feelings of guilt and judgment from the outside Understanding generational patterns of parenting and breaking maladaptive patterns by being a role model to your child The importance of choosing yourself so that your children learn to choose themselves   Jill Valentine is a leading Transformative Travel and Social Legacy Coach pioneering the transformational travel arena. She leverages the power of travel and volunteerism as tools for creating profound personal and social change. Jill provides her clients with the clarity, confidence, and community to live the life they dream of full of purpose and meaning, while at the same time impacting communities in need around the world including Belize, Nepal, Tanzania, Costa Rica, and Puerto Rico. She is the creator of the UGO Triple Change Effect Model and author of Dare to be a Dandelion, an adventurer, and a passionate force for good. Jill lives by the words, “Let's Make it Happen” and inspires her daughter to do the same.  Find out more about UGO Impact programs and services at ugoimpact.com  Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_  Take the ENERGY FINDER Quiz: https://heatherchauvin.com/lifequiz  To get my freebies, head over to: www.heatherchauvin.com/energy

Habari za UN
02 AGOSTI 2022

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 12:41


Hii leo kwenye jarida likiletwa kwako na Assumpta Massoi:Habari kwa Ufupi: Uzinduzi wa ubia wa kimataifa kuhakikisha watoto wachanga wanapata matibabu dhidi ya Virusi vya Ukimwi, kisha UNHCR huko DRC inaweza kusitisha mgao wa kimkakati kwa wakimbizi kutokana na ukata na hatimaye ni WHO yazindua ombi la takribani dola milioni 124 kusaidia changamoto za njaa na afya kwenye pembe ya Afrika. Mashinani tunabisha hodi Yemen kwenye kambi ya wakimbizi ambayo hali yake ni taaban. Karibu!  

Living with Landyn with Landyn Hutchinson
76. Let's Go to Africa! All the Details of Our Family Trip to Kenya + Tanzania - Part 1

Living with Landyn with Landyn Hutchinson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 44:53 Very Popular


Come along as Landyn brings you on her 17-day, family trip through Kenya + Tanzania! She's taking you location by location to help you learn about and visualize the landscape, culture, and beautiful animals in each region!  What started as a family trip, turned into a transformational, spiritual experience. Tune in to this episode to hear:  Landyn's biggest takeaway from the trip for herself, and her family moving forward All about their guide, Tim! You'll fall in love with him! What she has in common with kate Middleton and Prince William :) How + why lions kick their young out of their pride at an early age A hilariously, heartwarming story about warthogs (think: Timon and Pumba!)   Put in your airpods, go for a walk, and envision yourself in Africa for the next 45 minutes!  And be sure to tune into the next episode for the conclusion of their trip. You really won't believe what happened next for Lily. For full episode notes, head to: lets-go-to-africa-all-the-details-of-our-family-trip-to-kenya-tanzania-part-1

Mid-Atlantic - conversations about US, UK and world politics
Has The Commonwealth past it's sell by date?

Mid-Atlantic - conversations about US, UK and world politics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 68:36


The Commonwealth originated from the British Empire.The Commonwealth started in 1926. This is when it changed from the British Empire to the Commonwealth. Around one-third of the world is in the Commonwealth, 2.5 billion people. The modern Commonwealth was formed on 26 April 1949 when the leaders of Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and the United Kingdom adopted the London Declaration. The declaration defined the Commonwealth as a “free association” of independent member countries.All members have an equal say, regardless of their size or economic stature. This ensures that even the smallest countries have a voice in shaping the Commonwealth. The Pacific nation of Nauru is the smallest Commonwealth member country with a population of about 13,000. The most populous member country is India with over 1.3 billion people. In 1971 the Declaration of Commonwealth Principles were released. The principles said that it should support international peace and understanding, have equal rights for all citizens and remove poverty, ignorance and disease.In the past two decades, countries which have joined include Mozambique, Cameroon and Rwanda, which were never part of the British Empire. The Gambia re-joined in February 2018The UK has rather neglected the Commonwealth in recent years and is now desperately trying to rebuild links as a futile attempt to reduce the impact of Brexit.There are 54 countries in the Commonwealth.They are:Botswana, Cameroon, Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Kingdom of Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, India, Malaysia, Maldives, Pakistan, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, St Kitts and Nevis, St Vincent and The Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Cyprus, Malta, United Kingdom, Australia, Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.The Commonwealth spans the globe and includes both advanced economies and developing countries.It encompasses Africa (19 countries), Asia (7), the Caribbean and Americas (13), Europe (3), and thePacific (11). The Commonwealth's strength lies in its shared values and diversity. Thirty-one of our members are small states, usually with a population well under 1.5 million, and 24 members are small island developing states.The Commonwealth is connected by an active network of more than 80 intergovernmental, civil society and professional organisations, including:o The Commonwealth Secretariat – supporting member stateso The Commonwealth Foundation – supporting civil societyo The Commonwealth of Learning – promoting distance learning and educationo The Commonwealth Games Federation – promoting sports development. The 2022 Commonwealth Games will be held on 27 July – 7 August 2022 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Habari za UN
Sawa Wanawake Tanzania lasongesha haki za mtoto Morogoro, Tanzania 

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 4:09


Nchini Tanzania mashirika mbalimbali yasiyo ya kiserikali yanaendelea kuunga mkono juhudi za Umoja wa Mataifa za kufanikisha mikataba ya kimataifa ikiwemo ule wa haki ya mtoto unaotaja haki kuu nne za msingi za mtoto ambazo ni Kuishi, Kuendelezwa, kulindwa na kushirikishwa.  Miongoni mwa mashirika hayo ni SAWA Wanawake Tanzania ambalo linatambua umuhimu wa mtoto kuendelezwa kwa kupatiwa elimu na wakati huo huo kulindwa dihdi ya vitendo vya ukatili. Harakati za hivi karibuni zaidi za shirika hilo ni katika wilaya ya Mvomero mkoani Morogoro ambako shirika hilo liliandaa bonanza kuelimisha jamii kuhusu haki na ulinzi wa mtoto, ikisisitizwa kuweka mbele suala la malezi bora kwa wtoto, kuwalinda na ukatili ikiwemo wa kingono ili awewe kuhitimu masomo yake na kutimiza Ndoto kwani kata ya Dakawa inahitaji msaada kuwanusuru watoto.  Nini kilifanyika? Hamad Rashid wa Radio washirika Kids Time FM nchini humo ameshuhudia bonanza hilo na kuandaa Makala hii. 

Habari za UN
01 AGOSTI 2022

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 12:40


Hii leo jaridani tunaanzia nchini Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Congo, DRC ambako kumefanyika tukio la kuaga walinda amani watano wa Umoja wa Mataifa waliouawa wakati wa maandamano na uvamivi wa vituo vya ujumbe wa Umoja wa Mataifa wa kulinda amani nchini humo MONUSCO huko Butembo na Goma jimboni Kivu Kaskazini. Tunamulika pia kuanza kwa wiki ya unyonyeshaji mtoto maziwa ya mama ambayo imeanza rasmi leo. Makala tunakwenda Dakawa mkoani Morogoro nchini Tanzania kumulika Bonanza la kuelimisha jamii kuhusu haki na ulinzi wa mtoto na mashinani ni makubaliano ya kihistoria ya kuanza kutengeneza kwa bei nafuu kinga dhidi ya VVU kwa nchi za Afrika zilizo kusini mwa jangwa la Sahara. Karibu na mwenyeji wako ni Assumpta Massoi.

Impact Outdoors Podcast
Captain Experiences 2022 Update with Jonathan and Attison

Impact Outdoors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 22:04


Excited to have Jonathan Newar and Attison Barnes from Captain Experiences back on the show for a little update of what they have been doing the past year and talk about how fast they are growing as a business and how they are being so successful in pairing up anglers with great fishing guides across the world! Plus, a little insight into their destination trip over to Africa in Tanzania fishing with one of their guides overseas. Be sure to look them up the next time you are searching for a fishing trip, especially if visiting somewhere for the first time. They do a great job vetting these guides helping to ensure a great time is had. www.captainexperiences.com Check out their channel on YouTube and click here to catch episodes from their trip to Africa: https://youtu.be/ZhrImyuuFvw https://youtu.be/apYYjDb54hA https://youtu.be/otF_9jHsE5U https://youtu.be/0-lRevJY6uw https://youtu.be/sEgzDafBTZU Email me at derek@impactoutdoorspodcast with guest suggestions and comments and be sure to like and subscribe to the show. We are now part of the Waypoint Podcast Network, Impact Outdoors | WAYPOINT TV Music provided by: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/IArd2yLLv6/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Cultural Competency in Healthcare

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022


As we see an increasing number of culturally diverse patients in our practices, there is no doubt of the importance of cultural competency in medicine. Specific circumstances and miscommunications have been well documented. But how can we develop an eye to see where a patient’s values and worldview may differ from our own? We will review an approach to cultural competency highlighted by medical missions case studies.

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The Conversation
Leaving my religion

The Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 28:16


When doubt creeps in about the faith you've grown up in and nobody will tolerate your questions, when you look at your life ahead mapped out by others and wonder where your ambitions fit - how do you step away? Kim Chakanetsa talks to two women from Tanzania and Scotland about leaving their religion. Zara Kay grew up in Tanzania in a strict Muslim family. She faced disapproval when she chose not to wear a hijab, for moving abroad to study, and for her career as an IT engineer. But the abuse she received after expressing support for gay marriage exposed such hate in her community that she left the religion. On a recent trip to visit family in Tanzania she was arrested. She now lives in Sweden and works with an online organisation, Faithless Hijabi, supporting other former-Muslims. Ali Millar was raised in a community of Jehovah's Witness in Scotland - spending Saturdays knocking on doors trying to convert people. As a teenager she struggled with trying to fit in at school and make friends while at the same time obeying the rules of her religion. Married young she wasn't allowed to follow the career she dreamed of. Realising her daughter would face the same restricted life, she walked out on the religion and hasn't seen her mother or sister since. Ali's book about her experience is called The Last Days. Produced by Jane Thurlow (Image: (L) Zara Kay, credit Andrew Bott Phototherapy. (R) Ali Millar, courtesy Ebury Press.)

Habari za UN
Wavuvi wanawake Kigoma wapata mtandao wao, shukrani kwa FAO

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 4:19


Katika kutekeleza lengo namba 8 la malengo ya maendeleo endelevu, SDGs kuhusu ajira za staha na ukuaji kiuchumi sambamba na namba 5 la usawa wa kijinsia, shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la Chakula na Kilimo duniani FAO nchini Tanzania,  limezindua tawi la tatu la Mtandao wa Wanawake Wanaojihusisha na Shughuli za Uvuvi TAWFA kupitia mradi wake wa kukuza mnyororo wa thamani wa mazao ya uvuvi katika ziwa Tanganyika. Devotha Songorwa wa Radio Washirika KIDS Time  FM ya Morogoro nchini Tanzania ameshuhudia uzinduzi na kuandaa taarifa hii. Sherehe za uzinduzi huo zimefanyika mkoani Kigoma nchini humo ambapo wanawake wavuvi, viongozi wa serikali na wafanyakazi wa FAO walifungua rasmi tawi hili ikiwa ni la tatu nchini humo baada ya mwengine mawili yaliyozinduliwa huko kanda ya Ziwa Victoria na Ukanda wa Bahari ya Hindi. Uzinduzi huo unafanyika kupitia mradi wa FISH4ACP unaotekelezwa katika mikoa ya Kigoma, Rukwa na Katavi ambapo Mratibu wa Sekta ya Uvuvi Kitaifa kutoka FAO, Oliva Mkumbo akizungumza na Devotha Songorwa wa Redio washirika wa Idhaa ya Kiswahili ya Umoja wa Mataifa alimueleza lengo ni kuwawezesha wanawake kiuchumi kupitia uvuvi ili kuinua kipato cha familia na kuondokana na umasikini. “Lengo la kuanzisha jukwaa la wanawake ni kuwawezesha kina mama ili mchango wao utambulike na kuleta athari chanya katika jamii. Tunataka kila mwanamke anayejihusisha na mnyororo wa thamani katika uvuvi anakuwa na sehemu ya kutoa mawazo yake na kubadilishana uzoefu ili kwa pamoja wachangie uboreshaji wa uvuvi,” Anasema Oliva. UN News Oliva Mkumbo Mratibu wa Sekta ya Uvuvi Kitaifa kutoka FAO Mratibu huyo wa FAO amesema hili halitakuwa tawi la mwisho nchini humo. “Jukwaa rasmi kitaifa lilifunguliwa 2017 ili kuwafikia wanawake wengi wakaanzisha Zone Chapters, Chapter ya Kanda ya Ziwa Victoria 2019, baadaye ikaja ya Uvuvi baharini, Kanda ya Ziwa Tanganyika na baadaye huko tutakuwa na linguine linalohusika na wavuvi kutoka katika maziwa madogo madogo,” Ameeleza Mratibu huyo. Beatrice Mmbaga ni Mwenyekiti wa Taifa wa Mtandao wa Wanawake Wanaojihusisha na Shughuli za Uvuvi Tanzania (TAWFA) anasema jukwaa hili ni sehemu ya kutatua changamoto zinazowakabili kina mama walio katika sekta ya uvuvi. “Nia ya kuanzisha chombo hiki ni kumfikia mama popote alipo anayejishusisha na samaki na mazao yake Tanzania nzima ndipo sasa tunashuka ngazi za chini katika Mikoa yetu, Kanda na Wilaya ili tuwe na sauti moja kwa sababu kina mama ndiyo asilimia kubwa wanajihusisha na samaki baada ya mavuvi hasa kwenye kuchakata na masoko lakini wana changamoto nyingi sana,” amebainisha Mwenyekiti huyo. UN News Wanawake wajasiriamali katika sekta ya Uvuvi Tanzania Kwa upande Mkurugenzi Msaidizi anayesimamia masuala ya Udhibiti Ubora na Mazao ya Uvuvi kutoka Wizara ya Mifugo na Uvuvi Steven Lukanga amebainisha kwamba wanawake bado wanahitajika kupatiwa elimu ya uvuvi salama na kukidhi mahitaji ya walaji. “Kikubwa ni kuwajengea uwezo wanawake kutambua viwango vinavyopaswa kuzalisha yale mazao yanayowaendea walaji kwa kuzingatia viwango vilivyopo chini ya Shirika la Viwango Tanzania (TBS) kwahiyo sisi kama wizara tunashirikiana nao kuhakikisha wachakataji wanawake wanakidhi viwango vinavyotakiwa,”Amesema Lukinga.  

Habari za UN
29 JULAI 2022

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 13:54


Hii leo jaridani tunamulika pengo la huduma za ulinzi kwa wakimbizi na wasaka hifadhi wanapokuwa kwenye safari za kusaka maisha bora.  Ni ripoti ya shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la kuhudumia wakimbizi duniani, UNHCR. Kisha tunabisha hodi Tanzania hususan mkoani Kigoma ambako shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la chakula na kilimo, FAO, limezindua Mtandao wa Wanawake Wanaojihusisha na Shughuli za Uvuvi TAWFA kupitia mradi wake wa kukuza mnyororo wa thamani wa mazao ya uvuvi katika ziwa Tanganyika. Na kwenye makala tunamulika machungu waliyopitia raia wawili wa Ehtiopia katika kusaka uhamiaji MAshariki ya Kati na sasa wamerejea nyumbani kutokana na juhudi za shirika la kazi duniani, ILO na wadau.  Na mashinani shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa linaloshughulikia watoto UNICEF limeshauri nchi zote duniani kuongeza uwekezaji katika programu za afya ya akili na ustawi wa familia hususan wakati huu na baada ya janga la COVID-19 kwa kuwa zimeonesha kuleta manufaa zaidi na kupunguza unyanyasaji wa watoto.

South African Border Wars
Episode 64 – Another Maputo raid and Hearts and Minds in the Kavango

South African Border Wars

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 21:03


It's 1980 and in February Robert Mugabe's ZANU movement was about to win the first Zimbabwean election - managing to scape a small majority – they won 57 seats out of 100. Not exactly a landslide then. In April, Mugabe would officially be declared prime minister and the country would become independent from the United Kingdom. ON the 1st April, the Southern African Development Coordination Conference was setup with Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe signing up. South Africa was the noticeable absentee because the main reason for the SADCC was to wean the other southern African states off South Africa's economy. Zimbabwe immediately felt the pain – South Africa stopped exporting fertilizer within a few months, then they cancelled a trade agreement with the National Railways of Zimbabwe. Harare turned to Mozambique, and in particular, the Beira corridor, Zimbabwe began exporting and importing products via this vital route which terminated in Beira. There was also that all important oil pipeline which had been closed through the Bush War which was going to be reopened. Before all of this started, planning of another type was under way. The Recces and the Rhodesian SAS wanted one more opportunity to attack Robert Mugabe who was living in Maputo. Speaking of time and money – the far eastern area of Ovamboland had experienced some peace and quiet for some time and by 1981 the Kavango farming area of Mangeti was clean – it had avoided the insurgency that had characterized the central region. That was due to a number of factors, not least was a highly successful hearts and minds campaign launched by Willem Ratte of 32 Battalion's reconnaissance wing. Always highly situationally aware, Ratte had noticed that SWAPO tended to use the Nkongo route, around 60 kilometers west of Omauni, as their main infiltration path.

Better Wealth with Caleb Guilliams
How To Become Insanely Successful Before 30

Better Wealth with Caleb Guilliams

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 39:48


Today on the BetterWealth podcast I bring on Michael Bervell, a Harvard graduate, Portfolio Development Manager at Microsoft's Venture Fund, Program Manager at Microsoft, and Software Engineer at Twitter. And that's just the beginning of his successes. Michael gives us insight into his philosophy and approach to succeeding not just in business but life. Guest Bio Michael Bervell is the author of “Unlocking Unicorns,” a bestselling book about the stories, habits, and lessons of billion-dollar startup founders in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East available on Amazon and in bookstores globally. For over 2 years, he blogged daily on his website “Billion Dollar Startup Ideas” and received more than 800,000 impressions from over 150 different countries. In 2007, Bervell co-founded “Hugs for” an international, student-run non-profit organization focused on using grassroots strategies to develop countries around the world. To date, "Hugs for" has fundraised over $500,000 of material and monetary donations; impacted over 300,000 youth around the world; and expanded operations to 6 countries (Tanzania, Ghana, United States, Uganda, Kenya, and Sierra Leone). Because of his work, Bervell was awarded the National Caring Award in 2015 (alongside Pope Francis, Dikembe Mutombo, and 7 others). Guest Links Website - https://www.michaelbervell.com/ (https://www.michaelbervell.com/) Unlocking Unicorns - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1637303262/ (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1637303262/)  #BetterWealth  Free 15 Minute Clarity Call: https://bttr.ly/ytclarity (https://bttr.ly/ytclarity)  The And Asset Book: https://bttr.ly/book (https://bttr.ly/book)  BetterWealth Quiz:  https://bttr.ly/quiz (https://bttr.ly/quiz)  AndAsset.com:  https://bttr.ly/andasset (https://bttr.ly/andasset)  BetterWealth Youtube - https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube (https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube)  Financial Advisor, Agent or Coach: https://bttr.ly/advisor (https://bttr.ly/advisor)

Habari za UN
28 JULAI 2022

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 14:02


Leo ni siku ya homa ya ini duniani! Hivyo tunakuletea jarida maalum linaloangazia kwa undani aina, maambukizi na vipi mtu anaweza kujikinga asipate homa ya ini ambayo shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la Afya ulimwenguni WHO linasema zaidi ya wakazi milioni 91 barani Afrika wanaishi nao hususan aina B au C ambayo ni mbaya zaidi. WHO inasema iwapo homa ya ini haitagunduliwa mapema unaweza kupata saratani au kansa ya ini. Je kuna aina ngapi ya homa ya ini? Homa Kali ya ini ni ipi ambayo imegunduliwa sasa? Njia za maambukiz ini zipi? Na nini ufanye uweze kujikinga? Leah Mushi wa Idhaa ya Kiswahili ya Umoja wa Mataifa, na Evarist Mapesa wa Radio washirika SAUT FM ya Mwanza Tanzania wanakuletea kwa kina. Shukrani ikiwa ni kwa kituo cha habari cha Umoja wa Mataifa, UNIC Dar es Salaam nchini Tanzania kwa kuratibu mahojiano na maafisa kutoka Wizara ya Afya Tanzania na shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la afya ulimwenguni, WHO nchini Tanzania. Karibu na mwenyeji wako ni Assumpta Massoi.