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Saturday, December 29, 2012

VOTING FOR NEW 7 NATURAL WONDERS OF AFRICA ENDS ON DECEMBER 31, 2012



VOTING FOR NEW SEVEN NATURAL WONDERS OF AFRICA ENDS ON DECEMBER 31, 2012

Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) wishes to inform Tanzanians and the general public that the competition to vote for entries into the list of SEVEN NATURAL WONDERS OF AFRICA, conducted via the Website, http://sevennaturalwonders.org involving twelve (12) tourist attraction sites on the African continent will come to an end on December 31, 2012.

Tanzania was the only blessed country with the most entries in the list: these are Mount Kilimanjaro, the Ngorongoro Crater, and the Serengeti National Park.

Tanzania Tourist Board, would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all those who voted for Tanzania tourist attractions and requests all those who have not yet casted their votes to seize this opportunity and vote for the entry of all the Tanzania tourist attractions into the list of the NEW SEVEN NATURAL WONDERS OF AFRICA.


 
Issued by the Managing Director
TANZANIA TOURIST BOARD


Friday, December 28, 2012

Naibu Waziri apokea Hati za Utambulisho za Mwakilishi mpya wa UNHCR nchini

Naibu Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Mhe. Mahadhi Juma Maalim (Mb.) akipokea Hati za Utambulisho kutoka kwa Bibi Joyce Mends-Cole, Mwakilishi mpya wa Shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la Kuhudumia Wakimbizi (UNHCR) hapa nchini. Hafla hiyo fupi ilifanyika leo Wizarani.

Mhe. Mahadhi akizungumza na Bibi Mends-Cole mara baada ya kupokea Hati za Utambulisho.

Bibi Mends-Cole akifafanua jambo kwa Mhe. Maalim wakati wa mazungumzo yao.

Maafisa kutoka Ofisi za UNHCR hapa nchini waliofutana na Bibi Mends-Cole (hayupo pichani) alipofika Wizarani kuwasilisha Hati za Utambulisho. Kushoto ni Bi. Linmei Li  na Bi. Janet Sato-Prima.
Maafisa kutoka Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Bw. Ali J. Mwadini na Bi. Ramla Khamis wakinukuu masuala mbalimbali wakati wa mazungumzo kati ya Mhe. Maalim na Bibi Mends-Cole (hawapo pichani)

Mhe. Maalim akiagana na Bibi Mends-Cole mara baada ya mazungumzo yao.

Thursday, December 27, 2012

President Kikwete congratulates new Prime Minister of Japan

Jakaya Kikwete - Doug Pitt Named Goodwill Ambassador Of Tanzania Hosted by President Kikwete

H.E. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania has sent a congratulatory message to H.E. Shinzo Abe, the new Prime Minister of Japan. The message reads as follows:

“His Excellency Shinzo Abe,
Prime Minister of Japan,
Tokyo,
JAPAN.

Your Excellency,

“Let me express my warmest congratulations on your deserved election as the new Prime Minister of Japan on election held on 16th December, 2012. Your election to the Premiership speaks volume on the confidence the people of Japan bestowed upon you at this period of economic difficulty facing Japan and the world at large.

I look forward to working closely with you in bringing our bilateral relations to greater heights and achieving its full potential. I am particularly optimistic that under your stewardship, the forthcoming TICAD V Summit to be held on June 2013 in Yokohama will be a great success.

I take this opportunity to reaffirm my country’s commitment and desire to continue working with you and your Government in further strengthening the existing ties of friendship and cooperation between our two countries and peoples.

I wish you every success in streering the affairs of your great nation and looking forward to meet you during that time to discuss issues of mutual interest to our two countries.

Please accept, your Excelency, my best wishes for your continued good health, progress and prosperity of the people of the Japan”.

ISSUED BY: MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION, DAR ES SALAAM.

27TH DECEMBER, 2012.

Mkurugenzi wa Asia na Australasia akutana na Balozi wa India hapa nchini

Balozi Mbelwa Kairuki (kulia), Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Asia na Australasia katika Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa akizungumza na Mhe.  Debnath Shaw, Balozi wa India hapa nchini kuhusu masuala mbalimbali ya ushirikiano baina ya Tanzania na India.
Mhe. Balozi Debnath Shaw akifafanua jambo kwa Balozi Kairuki wakati wa mazungumzo yao.
Balozi Kairuki (kulia) akipokea barua ya mwaliko kutoka Balozi Debnath   kwa niaba ya Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kiamataifa wa kuhudhuria Maadhimisho ya Taifa la India yatakayofanyika  mwezi Januari, 2013.

Balozi Kairuki akiendelea na mazungumzo na Balozi Shaw. Wengine katika picha ni Bi. Redemptor Tibaigana, Afisa Mambo ya Nje kutoka Idara ya Asia na Australasia na Bw. Gopal Krisha Pant (wa kwanza kushoto), Afisa kutoka Ubalozi wa India hapa nchini.

Balozi Kairuki akiagana na Balozi Shaw mara baada ya mazungumzo yao.

Mkurugenzi wa Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa akutana na Mwakilishi mpya wa UNHCR nchini

Balozi Celestine Mushy (kulia), Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa katika Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa akiwa katika mazungumzo na Bibi Joyce Mends-Cole, Mwakilishi mpya wa Shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la Kuhudumia Wakimbizi (UNHCR) hapa nchini. Bibi Mends-Cole alifika Wizarani kwa madhumuni ya kujitambulisha.
Bibi Mends-Cole akizungumza na Balozi Mushy alipofika kujitambulisha.
Balozi Mushy akifurahia jambo na Bibi Mends-Cole. Mwingine katika picha ni Bi. Ramla Khamis, Afisa Mambo ya Nje katika Idara ya Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa.

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Mkutano wa Diaspora nchini Oman


Ufunguzi rasmi wa Mkutano wa Diaspora, wakiwemo Washiriki Wakuu kutoka Tanzania.  Kutoka kushoto walioketi ni Bw. Michael Kmba,Ofisi ya Mwanasheria Mkuu, Balozi Bertha Semu-Somi (wa pili kushoto), Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Diaspora - Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Balozi Ali Saleh (wa tatu kushoto), Balozi wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania nchini Oman, na Balozi Simba Yahya (wa nne kushoto), Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Mashariki ya Kati katika Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa.  Wengine katika picha ni Bw. Olal Kungu (wa pili kulia), Kamishna wa Fedha kutoka Wizara ya Fedha, na Bw. Shariff Sharrif (kulia), Mkurugenzi-ZIPA kutoka Zanzibar.


Baadhi ya Watanzania waishio nchini Oman wakisikiliza kwa makini wakati wa Ufunguzi wa Mkutano unaoghusia masuala ya Diaspora yakiwemo uwekezaji katika sekta mbalimbali za kuinua maendeleo ya uchumi nchini Tanzania.


Balozi Simba Yahya (kulia), Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Mashariki ya Kati katika Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, akipokea maoni kutoka kwa Watanzania wenye asili ya Oman kuhusu ushiriki wao kwenye maendeleo ya kuinua uchumi nchini Tanzania.

Bi. Patricia Nguma (kulia), kutoka Benki ya Afrika (BOA), akijadiliana na Mdau wa Diaspora kuhusu mikopo ya nyumba inayotolewa na BOA.


Bw. Hassan Hafidh (katikati) kutoka Ofisi ya Rais-Diaspora Zanzibar, akizungumza na wadau wa Diapsora juu ya mipango ya Serikali ya Mapinduzi wa Zanzibar kwa Watanzania wenye asili ya Zanzibar waishio nje.

Bw. Boniface Ngowi wa Wizara ya Viwanda na Biashara akitoa maelezo kwa Watanzania waishio Oman kuhusu Sera za Biashara nchini Tanzania.


Mkutano Kati ya Ujumbe kutoka Tanzania na Watanzania waishio Oman (Diaspora)Wafana Jijini Muscat.‏


Na RAINMAN,
Muscat, Oman

Mkutano wa Diaspora kati ya Watanzania waishio nchini Oman na Ujumbe wa Serikali, Taasisi za Serikali na zile Binafsi kutoka Tanzania na Zanzibar umemalizika kwa mafanikio makubwa jana mjini Muscat.  Mkutano huo ulianza rasmi tarehe 20 na kumalizika tarehe 22 Desemba 2012.

Mkutano huo uliitishwa kufuatia maazimio yaliyofikiwa katika Mkutano uliopita kati ya Mhe. Rais Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania na Watanzania waishio Oman.  Katika Mkutano huo, Rais Kikwete aliwashawishi Watanzania hao kushiriki kikamilifu katika ujenzi wa uchumi nchini Tanzania.  

Aidha, Mhe. Rais aliwaahidi Watanzania hao kuwa atatuma timu ya wataalamu kutoka sekta mbalimbali nchini Tanzania kukutana nao mapema iwezekanavyo, ili wapate fursa ya kuelimika na kupatiwa maelezo mbalimbali kuhusu fursa zilizoko nyumbani. 

Vilevile, Mhe. Rais Kikwete aliwaambia Watanzania hao waitumie fursa hiyo kueleza ni changamoto zipi zinazowakwamisha kutoa mchango wao wa kujenga na kuinua maendeleo ya uchumi nchini Tanzania.

Katika Mkutano huo uliomalizika jana mjini Muscat, Watanzania hao walipata fursa ya kukutanishwa na 
Ujumbe wa Tanzania uliongozwa na Balozi Bertha Semu-Somi, Mkurugenzi wa Masuala ya Diaspora katika Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, pamoja na wadau kutoka Wizara ya Fedha, Wizara ya Viwanda na Biashara, Wizara ya Nishati na Madini, Ofisi ya Rais - Menejimenti na Utumishi wa Umma, Wizara ya Miundombinu na Wizara ya Habari, Michezo na Utamaduni. 

Ujumbe kutoka Tanzania ulijumuisha wadau kutoka Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu, Ofisi ya Mwanasheria Mkuu, Ofisi ya Rais inayoshughulikia masuala ya Diaspora Zanzibar na Tume ya Mipango Zanzibar.  Vilevile Taasisi za Serikali za TBC,TIC,TCRA, EPZA, ZIPA, UHAMIAJI, TTB,TANAPA na Dar es Salaam Maritime Institute.  Sekta binafsi zilijumuisha TPSF, BOA, Azania Bank, CRDB, PBZ, Uhuru One, Zanzibar Insurance Corporation na Zanzibar Chamber of Commerce.
Aidha, Watanzania wa Diaspora nchini Oman walipewa maelezo na ufafanuzi kuhusu masuala mbalimbali yakiwemo namna ya kuanzisha mawasiliano yenye lengo la kukuza ushirikiano wa kibiashara.

Masuala muhimu yaliyojitokeza katika Mkutano huo ni pamoja na haja ya kuanzishwa kwa Chama cha Watanzania waishio nchini Oman.

Oman ni nchi ambayo wananchi wake wengi wana asili ya Tanzania kutokana na uhusiano wa kihistoria baina ya nchi hizi mbili. Inakadiriwa kuwa familia 780 za Watanzania wanaishi nchini Oman na kuendesha shughuli zao katika sekta binafsi na Serikali.


Mwisho.




Saturday, December 22, 2012

TANZANIA, MALAWI TURN TO FORMER AFRICAN HEADS TO FIND SOLUTION TO THE LAKE NYASA BORDER DISPUTE


Hon. Bernard K. Membe (MP), Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation, (seated - center), signs a Joint Letter of Application on behalf of President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania, seeking mediation of the Lake Nyasa border dispute with Malawi.  Witnessing the ocassion is Judge Frederick Werema (left), Attorney General, H.E. Shamim Nyanduga (right), Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania to the Republic of Mozambique and Mr. Abdallah Mtibora (standing), Legal Service Officer in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Joint Letter was submitted to the Forum of the Former African Heads of State and Government on behalf of the United Republic of Tanzania's President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete and the Republic of Malawi's President Joyce Banda.  Accepting the Joint Letter was the Chairperson of the Forum, retired President Joaquim Chissano, who is also the former President of the Republic of Mozambique.  The joint effort is to seek mediation in the latter to resolve the historical Lake Nyasa border dispute. 
 

Hon. Ephraim Chiume, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Malawi (2nd left), signs the Joint Letter of Application seeking mediation of the Lake Nyasa border dispute with Tanzania, while the Malawi Attorney General Anthony Kamanga (2nd right) witnessing the occasion, together with two Legal Service Officers from the Malawi Government.


Tanzania Foreign Minister Bernard K. Membe (left) speaking to the Chairperson of the Forum, retired President Joaquim Chissano, who is also the former President of the Republic of Mozambique.
 

Hon. Bernard K. Membe (MP) (3rd left) relaying Tanzania position in respect to the Lake Nyasa border dispute to the retired President Chissano (right).  Listening on are Ambassador Nyanduga (left and Attorney General Werema (2nd left).



Hon. Bernard K. Membe (MP), Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation officially submits a Joint Letter Application to the Chairperson of the Forum, retired President Joaquim Chissano, who is also the former President of the Republic of Mozambique.  The Joint Letter of Application is submitted on behalf of H.E. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania as the joint spirit effort to find solution to the Lake Nyasa border dispute between Tanzania and Malawi. 



Hon. Ephraim Chiume, Minister for Foreign Affairs in the Republic of Malawi officially submits a Joint Letter Application to the Chairperson of the Forum, retired President Joaquim Chissano, who is also the former President of the Republic of Mozambique.  The Joint Letter of Application is submitted on behalf of H.E. Joyce Banda, President of the Republic of Malawi as a joint spirit effort to find solution to the Lake Nyasa border dispute between Tanzania and Malawi.
 


Chairperson of the Forum of Former African Heads of State and Government, retired President Joaquim Chissano, reviewing the Joint Letter of Application submitted by both Tanzania and Malawi in the spirit effort to find solution to the Lake Nyasa border dispute between Tanzania and Malawi.
 


Retired President Joaquim Chissano (center) in group photo with Hon. Bernard K. Membe (MP), Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation on behalf of President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete of Tanzania and Hon. Ephraim Chiume (right), Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Malawi on behalf of President Joyce Banda of Malawi.  
 

Retired Mozambique President Joaquim Chissano, who is also a Chairperson of the Forum of Former African Heads of State and Government addresses members of the press, accepting the task at hand given to the Forum to mediate the Lake Nyasa border dispute between Tanzania and Malawi. Listening on are Hon. Bernard K. Membe (MP) (left), Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation in Tanzania and Hon. Ephraim Chiume (right), Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Malawi.



Hon. Membe (2nd left), presents Joint Letter of Application to retired President Joaquim Chissano, Chairperson of the Forum of Former African Heads of State and Government, before members of the press (not in the photo).  Others in the photo are Judge Frederick Werema (left), Attorney General of Tanzania, Hon. Chiume (2nd right), Minister for Foreign Affairs in Malawi and Mr. Anthony Kamanga (right), Attorney General of Malawi. 
  


Hon. Chiume (right), presents Joint Letter of Application to retired President Joaquim Chissano, Chairperson of the Forum of Former African Heads of State and Government, before members of the press (not in the photo)Left is Hon. Bernard K. Membe, Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation in the United Republic of Tanzania.
 

 TANZANIA, MALAWI TURN TO FORMER AFRICAN HEADS TO FIND SOLUTION TO THE LAKE NYASA BORDER DISPUTE



By TAGIE DAISY MWAKAWAGO,
Maputo, Mozambique
 

Tanzania and Malawi yesterday officially presented their Joint Letter of Application before the Forum of Former African Heads of State and Government in the spirit effort to find solution to the Lake Nyasa border dispute.
 
The Joint Letter was submitted to the Chairperson of the Forum, retired President Joaquim Chissano on behalf of the United Republic of Tanzania's President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete and the Republic of Malawi's President Joyce Banda.  President Chissano is a former President of the Republic of Mozambique.
Leading the Tanzania delegation, Hon. Bernard K. Membe (MP), Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation said that the Forum is expected to review and evaluate any and all proposed argument papers from both countries and issue a suitable recommendation.
 
On his part, President Chissano said that he was humbled by the solidarity spirit showed by both countries in finding a lasting solution to the long history border dispute.

The two countries have been in ongoing negotiations for two years over the Lake Nyasa border dispute without any formidable solution.
 
"We have now decided to appeal to the African Forum of Former Heads of State and Government to mediate the matter and find amicable solution. We are jointly requesting that the mediation team should be conformed of former democratically elected Leaders originating from the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC)," said Hon. Membe. 

Hon. Ephraim Chiume, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Malawi also asserted that both countries have expressly requested that the Forum’s former Leaders that derived from Tanzania and Malawi should therefore be excluded in mediating this border dispute due to their immediate conflict of interest.  Said former Leaders are former President Ali Hassan Mwinyi (Tanzania), former President Benjamin W. Mkapa (Tanzania) and former President Bakili Muluzi (Malawi).

For Tanzania, Judge Frederick Werema, Attorney General, H.E. Shamim Nyanduga, Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania and members of press from Tanzania were all present during the occasion.  For Malawi, the delegation was led by Hon. Ephraim Chiume, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Anthony Kamanga, Attorney General and other legal service officers from the Malawi Government.

The Forum is expected to work on the matter for a period of four months or more starting January 2013, in an effort to find amicable solution to the Lake Nyasa border dispute.
 
End.



Friday, December 21, 2012

Tanzania among five countries selected by the MCC Board


MCC Board Selects Countries Eligible for Compacts and Threshold Programs

Washington, D.C. — At its quarterly meeting today, the U.S. Government’s Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Board of Directors selected Liberia, Niger, Sierra Leone, Morocco, and Tanzania as eligible to develop proposals for new compacts, and Guatemala as eligible for a Threshold Program.
“This year’s selection decisions are a testament to the ‘MCC Effect,’ the ability of MCC to provide incentives for countries to adopt policy reforms and strengthen institutions in order to become eligible for an MCC compact,” said Daniel W. Yohannes, MCC’s Chief Executive Officer. “Liberia, Niger and Sierra Leone have worked hard for several years to meet MCC’s rigorous eligibility standards, and the Board is pleased to recognize these efforts by selecting them as eligible to develop compact proposals.” 
Examples of the types of reforms pursued by these countries range from new asset-disclosure requirements in an effort to combat corruption in Liberia to the introduction of free access to maternal and child health care in Sierra Leone to a dramatic increase in environmental protection in Niger. 
Two current MCC compact countries—Morocco and Tanzania—were selected as eligible to develop second compact proposals. Both Morocco and Tanzania have continued to perform well on the MCC scorecard and have been good development partners during first compact implementation. Second compact eligibility is contingent on successful implementation of the first compact, continued good policy performance and development of proposals that have significant potential to promote economic growth and reduce poverty.
“MCC is pleased to have five countries selected as compact eligible this year," Mr. Yohannes stated. “These countries, like others selected as compact eligible, will need to compete for scarce budget resources by maintaining a strong commitment to democratic and economic governance and by developing high-quality, timely compact proposals to promote growth and reduce poverty.”
The Board also chose Guatemala as eligible for a new Threshold Program. Guatemala is extremely close to meeting the MCC scorecard criteria, passing 10 indicators, including the Democratic Rights hurdle, and performing exactly on the median for Control of Corruption.
In addition to the new selections, the Board re-selected Benin, El Salvador, Georgia, and Ghana as eligible to continue developing compact proposals and Honduras and Nepal as eligible to continue developing Threshold Programs in Fiscal Year 2013. No eligibility determinations were made for countries that already have signed compacts since these countries do not require annual re-selection.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

President Kikwete congratulates President elect of the Republic of Korea


Jakaya Kikwete - Doug Pitt Named Goodwill Ambassador Of Tanzania Hosted by President Kikwete

H.E. Dr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania has sent a congratulatory message to H.E. PARK, Geun Hye, President elect of the Republic of Korea. The message reads as follows:

“Her Excellency PARK, Geun Hye,
President of the Republic of Korea,
Seoul,
REPUBLIC OF KOREA.

Your Excellency,

          On behalf of the Government and people of the United Republic of Tanzania and indeed on my own behalf, I extend to Your Excellency, warm congratulations on your well deserved election as the 11th President of the Republic of Korea.

          My government and I look forward to working with you in further consolidating and strengthening the bonds of friendship and cooperation that so happily exist between our two countries and people.  I wish you great success in the fulfillment of your mission in the highest office of your great country.

          I avail myself of this opportunity to renew to Your Excellency the assurances of my highest consideration.

Dr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA”



ISSUED BY: MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION, DAR ES SALAAM

20TH DECEMBER, 2012

 

Monday, December 17, 2012

Tanzania na Burundi zasaini Barua ya Kuomba Msaada wa Kuimarisha Mpaka

 
Mhe.Balozi  Rajabu Gamaha, Kaimu Katibu Mkuu wa Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa (kulia) na Balozi Albert Shingiro, Katibu Mkuu wa Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje ya Burundi wakiweka saini barua ya pamoja kwa niaba ya Serikali ya Nchi zao ambayo itawasilishwa kwenye Shirika la Kijerumani la GIZ ili kuomba msaada wa kuimarisha mpaka kati ya Tanzania na Burundi.
Balozi Gamaha kulia akibadilishana mawazo na Balozi Shingiro mara baada ya zoezi la uwekaji saini barua kukamilika.
Ujumbe wa Serikali ya Burundi uliofuatana na Balozi Shingiro ukifuatilia mazungumzo kati ya Balozi Gamaha na Balozi Shingiro ambao hawapo pichani.

Kaimu Mkurugenzi wa Kitengo cha Sheria, Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Bibi Lilian Kimaro na Afisa kutoka Wizara ya Ardhi, Nyumba na Maendeleo ya Makazi nao wakifuatilia mazungumzo hayo.

Ujumbe wa Tanzania na ule wa Burundi wakisikiliza mazungumzo kati ya Balozi Gamaha na Balozi Shingiro.

Mhe. Mahadhi akabidhi Kibali cha Uwakilishi

Mhe. Mahadhi Juma Maalim (Mb), Naibu Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa akisalimiana na Bibi Rima Yassine Khalaf, Mwakilishi wa Heshima wa Serikali ya Senegal nchini Tanzania walipokutana ofisini kwa Naibu Waziri leo.

Mhe. Naibu Waziri akimkabidhi Kibali Bibi Khalaf ili aweze kutekeleza majukumu yake ya Uwakilishi wa Heshima wa Serikali ya Senegal nchini Tanzania.

Mhe. Naibu Waziri na Bibi Khalaf wakiwa katika mazungumzo mara baada ya zoezi la makabidhiano ya Kibali kukamilika

Mazungumzo yakiendelea huku Bibi Mercy Kitonga wa kwanza kushoto na Bw. Selestine Kakele wa kwanza kulia wote ni Maafisa wa Mambo ya Nje wakisikiliza kwa makini.

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Balozi Mujuma ampongeza Mwandishi wa TBC

  
Mhe. Balozi Grace Mujuma (wa pili kushoto), Balozi wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania nchini Zambia na Maafisa wa Ubalozi wamempongeza Bi. Kulthum Ally (katikati), Mwandishi wa Habari wa Shirika la Utangazaji Tanzania (TBC), kwa kutumia taaluma ya uandishi wa habari kuhabarisha umma juu ya masuala yanayohusu Watanzania  wanaoishi nchini Zambia.  Wengine katika picha ni Bw. Samuel Munatta, Bw. Jeswald majuva na Bw. Huddy Kiangi.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Mafunzo ya OPRAS kwa Wakurugenzi na Maafisa wa Wizara yaanza

Kaimu Katibu Mkuu wa Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano, Mhe. Balozi Rajab Gamaha (aliyesimama) akifungua Mafunzo ya Upimaji wa Utendaji Kazi kwa Uwazi (OPRAS) kwa Wakurugenzi na Maafisa wa Wizara yaliyoendeshwa na Wakufunzi kutoka Ofisi ya Rais, Menejimenti ya Utumishi wa Umma. Wengine katika picha kutoka kushoto ni Bw. Dushhood Mndeme, Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Utawala na Usimamizi wa Rasilimali Watu katika Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje, Bi. Neema, Mkufunzi kutoka Utumishi na Bi. Elizabeth Makyao kutoka Utumishi.
Bi. Elizabeth kutoka Utumishi akiwasilisha mada kuhusu mfumo huo wa upimaji kazi kwa njia ya uwazi (OPRAS) kwa Wakurugenzi na Maafisa wa Wizara (hawapo pichani) huku Bal. Gamaha, Bw. Mndeme na Bi. Neema wakimsikiliza.
Bi. Neema kutoka Utumishi akisisitiza jambo kuhusu mafunzo hayo kwa Wakurugenzi na Maafisa wa Wizara (hawapo pichani) huku Balozi Gamaha akisikiliza.


Baadhi ya Wakurugenzi na Wakurugenzi Wasaidizi kutoka Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa wakifuatilia kwa makini mafunzo hayo.
Baadhi ya Wakurugenzi na Wakuu wa Vitengo  na Maafisa kutoka Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje wakifuatilia mafunzo hayo.
Sehemu nyingine ya Watendaji Wakuu kutoka Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje wakifuatilia mafunzo hayo.
Baadhi ya Wakuu wa Vitengo na Maafisa kutoka Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje walioshiriki mafunzo hayo.
Maafisa Waandamizi kutoka Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje wakiendelea na mafunzo ya OPRAS.

Baadhi ya Maafisa kutoka Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje wakifuatilia kwa makini mafunzo hayo ya OPRAS.
Maafisa wengine wa Mambo ya Nje wakiendelea na mafunzo ya OPRAS.