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Tume ya Taifa ya UNESCO yaitua Katoma Ndoo Kichwani

February 29, 2024 in Uncategorized by unesco  |  No Comments

Tume ya Taifa ya UNESCO kwa kushirikiana na Taasisi ya Utafiti wa Magonjwa ya Binadamu (NIMR) imetekeleza mradi wa maji wa kidigital unaotumia mionzi ya Jua kuyatibu maji .  na kuyafanya maji hayo kuwa salama kwa matumizi ya Binadamu   katika  kata ya Katoma, wilaya ya Geita Mkoani Geita. Mradi huu wenye jina la  .“Universal Access to Safe Drinking Water, Hygiene and Sustainable Sanitatation(WASH) in Rural Community”. unaotumia tekinolojia,  ubunifu  yenye lengo la kumtua Mama ndoo kishwani  kwa  Hisani ya Raisi Samia Suluhu Hassan ya maji salama kuwafikia  watanzania wa vijijini  ambao hawajafikiwa na Maji ya bomba.

Mbali na kujenga miundombinu ya mabomba, ujenzi wa vichoteo vya maji (Distributing Points) kwa kuweka hifadhi ya matenki manne (4),Tume ya taifa ya UNESCO  imeweza kubuni mfumo wa MajiPesa control box unaofungwa kwenye kila kichoteo ambapo mwananchi huweza kuchangia pesa kidogo  ili kupata huduma ya maji na kuufanya mradi uwe endelevu.

Aidha Mfumo huu unauwezo wa kutuma ujumbe  kwa wajumbe wote wa kamati ya maji ngazi ya jamii ( community-based water suppy organization-CBWSO) na mamlaka za maji RUWASA-Geita.

Call -for- Expression -of -Interest -for- 2024-Martial-Arts-Open-School-Partnership

February 28, 2024 in Uncategorized by unesco  |  No Comments
Programme: 2024 8th Martial Arts Open School ❍ Main activities   – Martial arts training (70%)   – Lectures and educational activities (30%) ❍ Period: from June to September, 2024 (tentative)   – Two or three days a week, 8 to 12 weeks programme  ❍ Number of participants: 150 – 200 students  ❍ Age range: primary to secondary and high school students  ❍ Funding source: ICM   – The maximum amount of funding per proposal will be around 12,000,000 KRW (approx. 8,900 USD)   – Estimated costs in your proposal will be considered, adjusted and confirmed after discussion

 Scope of the Work

  •  Project preparation (programme design, purchasing training equipment and supplies, arranging training venue, hiring personnel, public communication, gathering participants, etc.)
  •  Project implementation (operating martial arts training and educational activities, drafting reports, tracking participants’ attendance, etc.)
  •  Project monitoring and evaluation (participant surveys, physical and psychological tests, etc.)
  •  Communication and reporting (budget management, drafting reports, taking photos and videos, etc.)
  •  Any other requested tasks involved in hosting the Open School projet

□ Eligibility

  •  Be an organisation or an entity officially approved and registered by national authorities
  •  Have at least three years of project implementation in youth education, martial arts, sports, international development, or in another relevant field
  •  Have at least three permanent staff members to operate the Open School project
  •  Have no previous experience of hosting the Martial Arts Open Schools with ICM

□ Submission of expression of interest

  •  Application period: Monday 19th  February – Sunday 10th  March, 2024 24:00 (KST)
  •  Submit 1) completed application form (including a project proposal and evidentiary materials), 2) an official letter or certificate of business registration, and 3) a recommendationletter (optional) to info@natcom.go.tz
  •  Email Title: “[Open School Partnership Proposal] Your organisation name”
  •  Ensure all documents are submitted in one PDF file

□ Selection process

  •  Preliminary screening

-Applications will be screened based on the following criteria: eligibility, application documents authenticity, and institutional reliability.

  •  Final selection

  – Shortlisted applications will be evaluated against the following criteria: level of project understanding, project proposal, preparedness, and expected outcomes.

  Applications from Sub-Saharan regions may be given priority.

  •  Notification on selected applications: Tuesday 2nd April – Thursday 4th April, 2024

   – Selected applicants will be notified via email or phone, and those who do not respond to the notification in 48 hours will be considered disqualified.

 Information regarding selection process and conditions of partnership

  •  ICM may not select any application if it is not qualified, and has no obligation to notify the applicant.
  •  ICM shall not in any way be obliged to reveal or discuss with any applicant, how an expression of interest was assessed, or to provide any other information relating to the evaluation or selection process, or to state the reasons for not choosing an applicant for partnership.
  • ICM may publish the names of the selected applicants on the ICM website.

 Contact

Application Form (for project proposal and evidentiary materials) download here

Here is the Demonstration.

THE GREAT WALL CO-SPONSORED FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME 2024-2025

February 20, 2024 in Uncategorized by unesco  |  No Comments

The People of Republic of China in collaboration with UNESCO will sponsor fellowship programme in various fields of education. Qualified interested Tanzanian are encouraged to apply for the programme that will benefit seventy five (75) fellows in various fields of study for the year 2024-2025.

The candidates for this programme must be endorsed by the National Commission for UNESCO and shall submit their online application forms on the Chinese Government Scholarship Information System (http://www.campuschina.org) by 10th March 2024. For guideline and detailed information please visit https://www.unesco.org/en/fellowships/greatwall

Utekelezaji wa Kazi za Tume ya Taifa ya UNESCO Zanzibar

November 3, 2023 in Uncategorized by unesco  |  No Comments

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Tanzania Yafafanua Mgogoro wa Wamasai UN

April 27, 2023 in Uncategorized by unesco  |  No Comments

Katika kikao cha 22 cha Umoja wa Mataifa cha Watu wa Asili kinachofanyika Jijini New York Marekeni Tanzania imepata fursa ya kutoa ufafanuzi juu ya mgogoro wa Ngorongoro wa Wamasai Mkoani Manyara.

Ujumbe kutoka Tanzania ukiongozwa na Prof. Hamisi Malebo ambaye ni Katibu Mtendaji wa Tume ya Taifa ya UNESCO umeileza Dunia kwamba Tanzania inaheshimu na kuthamini maisha na haki ya kila mtanzania ikiwa ni pamaoja na wajibu wa kuhakikisha kila mtanzania ananufaika na rasilimali za nchi katika jitahada za kujiletea maendeleo.

Aidha, ujumbe huo ulisema kuwa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania ina makabila yapatayo 120 na kwamba makabila yote yana haki sawa ya kufaidika na kila aina ya rasilimali iliyopo kwa vizazi vilivyopo na vijavyo. Prof. Hamis Malebo akitoa ufafanuzi juu ya kile kinachoitwa watu wa asili nchini Tanzania, ameeleza kuwa Tanzania haijawahi kuwa na watu wa asili kwa kuwa ilianza kukaliwa takribani miaka 5000 iliyopita na watu kutoka makundi ya Kushi na Khosai wajulikana leo kama Wabantu na baadae watu wenye asili ya Nilotic walianza kuingia katika eneo hili linalojulikana leo kama Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania kuanzia karne ya 18 ikiwa ni pamoja na Wamasai. Taarifa ya Tanzania iliwasilishwa na Afisa Mwandamizi wa uwakilishi wa kudumu wa Tanzania katika Umoja wa Mataifa, Bi. Zulaikha Tambwean

Kadhalika, Prof. Malebo akiongea na Mwandishi Maalum wa Jukwaa la Watu wa Asili Bw. Cali T zay kutoka Guatemala alimwarifu kuwa Tanzania imekuwa na inaendelea kushughulikia kero mbalimbali za jamii ya Wamasi ikiwa ni pamoja na kuandaa mazingira mazuri ya kuishi na kupata huduma sitahiki kama jamii zingine za kitanzania. Pia Prof. Malebo alimuomba mwandishi huyo apatapo nafasi atembelee Tanzania hususani jamii ya kimasai ili kujionea jitihada zinazofanywa na serikali katika kuimarisha ustawi wa Wamasai

SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT

April 23, 2023 in Uncategorized by unesco  |  1 Comments

All qualified Tanzanians are encouraged to apply.

https://www.unesco.org/en/fellowships/greatwall
https://globemigrant.com/the-great-wall-2023-scholarship-program/

Royal Tour

August 3, 2022 in Uncategorized by unesco  |  Comments Off on Royal Tour

Roya Tour is the film with Hon. Samia Suluhu Hassan the President of the United Republic of Tanzania disclosing the hidden wealth and attractions in Tanzania. The film has been produced to several languages with the intent to cover more audiences. Here we brought with English and Chinesse release and more to come. For English click here and for Chinesse click here.

World Heritage Sites

August 3, 2022 in Uncategorized by unesco  |  Comments Off on World Heritage Sites

Tanzania has seven (7) World Heritage Sites distributed across the country. The 7 sites are Kilimanjaro National Park, Kondoa Rock Art Sites, Stone Town, Zanzibar, The Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Selous Game Reserve, Serengeti National Park and Ruins of Kilwa Kisiwani and Ruins of Songo Mnara. For further information click here to read in detail.

The Department of Standards and Quality

May 16, 2017 in Uncategorized by unesco  |  1 Comments

The Department of Standards and Quality Assurance in the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) invites entries.