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Sunday, 21 July 2019

Capacity Strengthening Grants for Youth-led Organizations in Africa

Capacity Strengthening Grants for Youth-led Organizations in Africa

Capacity Strengthening Grants for Youth-led Organizations in Africa; Hivos Southern African Hub aims towards an open and green society, inspired by humanist values such as freedom, dignity, responsibility and curiosity.

Hivos in partnership with SIDA and Ford Foundation manages the Regional Fund on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR).

The Regional SRHR Fund was established in recognition of the critical need for a strategic regional response to collectively address the myriad of SRHR issues in Southern Africa with particular attention to young people and adolescents as well as to provide an opportunity for donors to coordinate their support to SRHR in the region.

The Fund currently focuses its efforts on Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (ASRHR) in east and southern Africa (ESA). To do so, it supports civil society responses to a diversity of ASRHR issues that are relevant at both the national and regional levels using grant-making as the main mechanism of support. The Regional SRHR Fund seeks to support efforts that advocate for or take actions that can lead to improvements in the availability and accessibility of ASRH services and rights for young people and adolescents in the ESA with a focus on the most vulnerable and marginalized people including young women and girls.

This call for concept notes will focus on Objective

1: Capacity Strengthening of Youth-led organizations (both established and emerging).

Funding Information


  • Capacity building is needed to facilitate genuine youth participation and leadership, to enable youth to gather and control the knowledge about their SRHR needs and issues as well as to build the foundation for a cadre of youth-led organizations that can sustain their efforts over the longer term.To achieve this, the Fund will support organizational capacity strengthening of up to 20 youth-led organizations over the lifetime of the ASRHR program.
  • During 2018, the first cohort of youth-led organizations were identified and absorbed into the Capacity Strengthening program. Through this call, the Fund seeks to identify the second cohort of approximately 8 youth-led organizations to include in the program.
  • For the first round of selection, only a concept note should be submitted for evaluation.
  • Youth-led organizations whose concept note is approved will be invited to submit a full project proposal. Successful organizations will receive comprehensive capacity strengthening of their organizations, and project funds of up to $25 000.Project funds will be provided to selected youth-led organizations to undertake innovative

    projects at to address the key challenges that young people and adolescents face in accessing sexual and reproductive health and services (SRHR).

    Organizational Development Support

    Organizational transformation is an intensive process and the RSRHR Fund and can be demanding for all involved in the process.

    For this reason, the Fund selects a small number of youth-led organizations per year and works through Organizational Development Specialists dedicated to each organization over a 12-month period to achieve their transformation goals and build robust and well-functioning youth-led and/or youth-focused organizations.

    Organizational Development Specialists will support youth-led organizations in the areas of:

  • Organizational values, vision and mission
  • Governance and organizational organograms
  • Program management expertise
  • Financial Management Systems (FMS) and procedures
  • Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) systems and procedures
  • Organizational policies and procedures
  • Fund raising/donor mapping and writing proposals
  • Experience of working on ASRHR programs
  • Experience of advocacy on ASRHR and related human rights issues
  • Ethics and values of working within the ASRHR sector
  • The Fund recognizes that capacity needs will vary across organizations and support will be needs-based and assessed on a case-to-case basis.Geographic Focus

    East and Southern Africa (ESA) with a special focus on Kenya, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

    Eligible Organizations

    Funding is limited is therefore the following organizations are encouraged to apply:

  • Youth-led organizations led by youth 35 years and younger working on SRHR in the focus countries (regional organizations or organizations with a regional focus are welcome to apply).
  • Youth-led organizations with clear value statements on diversity, inclusion and full SRHR rights for all;
  • Young female-led and youth-led organizations valuing feminist approaches to SRHR;
  • Youth-led organizations reaching the poorest or most vulnerable adolescent and youth population to increase their access to SRHR;
  • Youth-led organizations with a key focus on breaking down barriers/challenge social and gender norms around Adolescent and Youth SRHR;
  • Youth-led organizations with clearly identified gaps for organizational development and a willingness to improve on such gaps.Additional Information
  • The organization should be able to demonstrate an understanding of SRHR in the region and the connection to young people and adolescents.
  • Submission of a concept note does not automatically guarantee funding.
  • Review of concept notes will be done by a Selection Committee that will review concepts against the set selection criteria for an invitation to apply for project funds.Concept Note Submission

    The Fund is seeking concept notes no longer than 4 pages which will be considered for selection to apply for project funding and inclusion into the Capacity Strengthening program.

    Kindly note that the concept note will focus on organizational needs, motivation for inclusion into the Capacity Strengthening Program and a brief idea for project funding.

    Full project proposals will be on an invitation basis.

    How to Apply

    Please download the concept note template via given website.

    Apply by 28th July 2019

For more information and application details, see;Capacity Strengthening Grants for Youth-led Organizations in Africa


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Renewable Energy Advocacy Leadership Program for future leaders

Renewable Energy Advocacy Leadership Program for future leaders
Region: East Africa
Office: Nairobi
Hours: To be discussed
Apply before: August 4, 2019

About Hivos

Hivos is an international organization that seeks new solutions to persistent global issues. With smart projects in the right places, we oppose discrimination, inequality, abuse of power and the unsustainable use of our planet’s resources. Counterbalance alone, however, is not enough. Our primary focus is achieving structural change. This is why we cooperate with innovative businesses, citizens and their organizations. We share a dream with them of sustainable economies and inclusive societies.

About Project

You are creative, curious, brave, involved and willing to take action to transform yourself and the world around you.

You want to find out how the lives of millions of people can be improved through green and inclusive energy access.

You are keen to learn how to navigate and influence power structures, listen, reflect and represent the needs of a community and engage people in issues to create a better future.

Then this might be for you!

Green and Inclusive Energy is a unique program run by Hivos that aims to create advocacy leaders in the area of improved renewable energy access.

We believe that if people have affordable and reliable access to decentralised renewable energy sources, they can transform their life. There are many challenges in making this happen but the main one is creating political will and getting sufficient resources.

This is why we need more young leaders who have the skills, knowledge and attitude to advocate together with their communities to create the change needed. From 6-11 October we will bring young future leaders from Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Kenya together in Arusha, Tanzania for a 5-day intensive course.

Details about the program

If you want to make a difference in the world, you will discover that change starts from within. And that’s where we will start. Then we will move to investigating and experiencing the economic and social benefits renewable energy access can bring, understand what is behind an advocacy campaign and provide you with the skills to master public speaking and lobbying. After the face to face training we will ask you to run an advocacy effort to practice and cement your skills and share your stories in a follow up meeting. The top participant(s) will be able to bring their advocacy to an international forum of energy and development policy makers

This program takes an action based rather than a theoretical approach as you learn best by doing and sharing. This means you will spend almost no time looking at power points or sitting behind desks.

Have we sparked your interest?

Do you fit the bill?

We are looking for individuals from Kenya and Tanzania, up to 35 years old, who:

  •       Strongly believe in making a positive difference in their lives and the lives of others.
  •       Want to (re)discover their passions and dreams.
  •       Want to discover how affordable, reliable, green and inclusive energy access can transform communities.

Are open and positive towards:

  •       Taking initiative and positive action.
  •       Uncertainty, learning, and change.
  •       Risk taking and perseverance.
  •       Care for community and spending time with others in good and bad times.

Are willing to:

  • Spend 5 days away and concentrate their attention solely on the program.
  • Bring a small challenge or problem they have observed in their community and after the course put the learning into practice by running an advocacy effort on the challenge.

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please send your application to with the subject RE Advocacy Leadership Program.

Your application should consist of 1) a max. 2 page resume and 2) a max. 2 page essay on a challenge you see in your community that is connected to accessing reliable, affordable and sustainable energy.  What is the challenge you have observed in your community that you would like to address? Why would you like to address it? Do you see any relationship between the challenge and energy? What is your vision on how the community would look different if it was addressed?

Only successful applicants will be informed by the end of August.

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Whitley Awards and Grants for Grassroots Conservationists in Local NGOs


When is the deadline?

Applications close at midnight GMT on 31 October 2019.

How much funding can I apply for?

Whitley Awards are worth £40,000 GBP in funding to be spent on projects over one year.

How do I apply?

Application to the Whitley Awards is open and applicants do not need to be nominated.

1. Check your eligibility

Please read the Eligibility Criteria for details of what WFN do and do not fund before applying to give your application the best chance of being successful.

Whitley Awards are for dynamic mid-career conservationists who are leading wildlife conservation projects in developing countries. Winners tend to be nationals of the country in which they are working, and are looking to scale up work that is proven to be effective and would benefit from further funding and profile boost. To be eligible, projects must involve local communities at the grassroots level and deliver practical action that is founded on science.

2. Download and complete the application form

Once you have read the eligibility criteria, download the Application Form, Budget Template AND Application Guidance from the links below. Please note, your application cannot be completed successfully without following the Application Guidance.

2020 Whitley Award Application Form

2020 Whitley Award Budget Template

2020 Whitley Award Application Guidance

The Application Form is a Word document and the Budget Template is an Excel document, both of which you can save to your computer and complete in your own time. The Application Guidance PDF also includes information for referees.

Please note the Application Form and Budget Template are only available to download during the set application period (July to 31 October).  Applications made on out-of-date forms from previous years will not be considered.

3. Contact your three referees

You need to arrange for three references to be submitted in support of your application. Details of referee eligibility can be found in the FAQs Section of this website. Information on what is required of referees can be found in the Application Guidance. All references must be submitted independently to WFN by the referee and before the closing date of 31 October 2019.

4. Submit your application

Email your completed Application Form, Budget Template, photographs and supporting documents to Please ensure all emails are marked with the subject line ‘WA20 application’ and include your name.

Once your application has been received we will send an email to you confirming receipt. Please be aware that this is not an automated process. We receive a very high number of applications and therefore you may not receive a confirmation email immediately.

Submissions that have multiple attachments of large file size will likely result in delivery failure. When submitting multiple files and large files (such as photographs), it is best to do this by spreading them out over several separate emails. This will keep the overall file size of the email low and reduce the risk of delivery failure. Please make clear where multiple emails have been submitted. You should send a separate confirmation email with no attachments after submitting your application and supporting images, documents, etc.

If you have trouble submitting your application, please contact the WFN office.

How to Apply

Interested applicants must download the application form via the given website.

Apply by 31st October.

For more information and application details, see; Whitley Awards and Grants for Grassroots Conservationists in Local NGOs

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Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarships 2020 at Curtin University

Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarships 2020 at Curtin University.

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Deadline: September 1, 2019

Applications are open for the Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarships 2020. The scholarships are intended for suitably qualified students to undertake a Higher Degrees by Research (HDR) at Curtin University. The purpose of the RTP Scholarship is to attract top quality postgraduate students to the University so they can receive high quality research training that will contribute to the research and educational excellence of the university.

These scholarships are funded by the Australian Government and cover one or more of the following types of support:

Tuition fees offset for up to 4 years (full time load) depending of course and mode of study;
A stipend to assist students with their living costs while undertaking HDR study; and/or
An RTP allowance to assist students with ancillary costs which may include:
for overseas students, a standard Overseas Student Health Cover policy approved by the Commonwealth Department of Health which covers the student and may cover their spouse and any dependants;
Relocation costs to undertake a HDR at Curtin University; and/or
HDR thesis printing and applicable publication costs.


  • The 2019 value of the Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) was $27,596 pa (indexed annually). The 2020 value will be released by the Australian Government in October 2019.


  • Open to the following applicants:
    • Australian Citizen
    • Australian Permanent Resident
    • New Zealand Citizen
    • Permanent Humanitarian Visa
    • International Student
  • Applicants must be a current or future student, either domestic or international; and
  • Satisfy the entry requirements or be already admitted into a Masters by Research or Research Doctorate at Curtin University including meeting the Curtin University English proficiency levels.

Assessment Process

Applicants will be assessed against the following metrics:

  • Basis of admission;
  • Academic qualifications;
  • Achievement of candidacy;
  • Work-related research experience;
  • Academic accomplishments;
  • Research and creative outputs of demonstrable quality;
  • Referee report; and
  • Strategic aligned projects.


Click here to apply


For more information, visit RTP Scholarships.

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University of Peace Asian Peacebuilders Scholarship 2020/2021 (Fully-funded)

University of Peace Asian Peacebuilders Scholarship 2020/2021 (Fully-funded)

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Deadline: August 16, 2019

Applications are open for the University of Peace Asian Peacebuilders Scholarship 2020/2021. The objective of the programme is to train young Asian professionals to become peacebuilding practitioners, ready to take up leading positions in organisations across the globe. In particular, the programme serves to strengthen the representation of Asian professionals with expertise in Asian issues.

The programme offers intensive, specialised language training to facilitate the participation of professionals with lower levels of English proficiency, thus allowing them to study in both Costa Rica and the Philippines. Scholars obtain a Master of Arts Degree from the University for Peace (UPEACE) in an area related to peacebuilding, and a Master of Science Degree in Social Development from Ateneo de Manila University (AdMU).

Programme Overview

The APS is an intensive academic study programme targeted towards young professionals from Asia. Academic study takes place in Costa Rica and The Philippines and is made up of the following elements: 1) intensive language learning component, 2) M.A. at UPEACE, 3) M.S. at AdMU in Social Development, and 4) completion of programme requirements.

This 18.5 – 21.5 month programme (depending on English proficiency), is scheduled to begin in March 2020 and is to be completed over six terms:

  • March-June 2020 (The Philippines), English Module 1: Intermediate English Training
  • June-August 2020 (The Philippines), English Module 2: Advanced Academic English Training
  • July-August 2020 (The Philippines), Modular M.S. Coursework, 1st leg
  • August 2020-May 2021 (Costa Rica), Specialized M.A. Coursework
  • June-November 2021 (The Philippines), Modular M.S. Coursework, 2nd leg
  • Mid December 2021 (The Philippines), Graduation


  • Students selected to participate in the APS programme receive a full scholarship that covers tuition, airfare, transit and some visa costs for all programme components, and a monthly stipend. The programme facilititates up to 30 students per cohort.


Applications are accepted from students all over Asia, with preference given to students who:

  • Have at least 2 years work experience in a relevant field. Excellent candidates with less work experience are considered for participation on a case-by-case basis. Voluntary work, internships and student activities may be considered as work experience, if relevant for the programme
  • Have Bachelor’s degree from a reputable institution
  • Demonstrate a compelling desire to work on issues related to peace and conflict
  • Demonstrate a commitment to learning in an international and multi-cultural environment
  • Are from countries where English is not widely spoken, particularly, but not limited to, Japan, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Indonesia, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, and the Philippines.


Required Supporting Documents to be Uploaded:

  • English-language Proficiency Test Scores Report
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Letters of Recommendation (AdMU recommendation letter form)
  • Official Undergraduate Transcripts and Copy of Diploma (Master’s/Ph.D./Doctoral degree/Study Abroad experience: transcript issued by the University where the applicant participated as exchange/study abroad student – if applicable)
  • Curriculum Vitae or Resume
  • Copy of Passport
  • Passport-size photo

Should admission be granted, the following documents must be presented in official hard copy upon confirmation of enrollment:

  • English-language Proficiency Test Scores Report (TOEFL, IELTS)
  • Official Undergraduate Transcripts and Copy of Diploma (Master’s/Ph.D./Doctoral degree/Study Abroad experience: transcript issued by the University where the applicant participated as exchange/study abroad student – if applicable)
  • Ten passport-size photos

Click here to apply


For more information, visit Asian Peacebuilders Scholarship.

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17th Economix Global Economic Challenges – Paper and Essay Competition 2019

17th Economix Global Economic Challenges – Paper and Essay Competition 2019

Deadline: August 18, 2019

Entries are invited for the 17th Economix Global Economic Challenges – Paper and Essay Competition 2019. The 17th Economix: Global Economic Challenges promotes “Inequality in the Modern Era: An Unresolved Question” as this year competition’s grand theme.

The competition will provide its participants the chance to test their brilliant ideas, gain new insights, and enhance their personal skills on pressing issues related to our grand theme. As the main competition, participants will be challenged to create a research paper and present it in front of experts. In doing so, participants will have to analyze three main subthemes centered around the issues surrounding gender inequality, the digital divide, and political instability and populism as a result of inequality.

Aside from Paper Competition, 17th Economix: Global Economic Challenges conducts an Essay Competition. This year’s theme is ‘Inequality in the Modern Era: An Unresolved Question’. Participants’ ideas and knowledge will heavily be observed concerning world’s ability in maintaining its economic performances in the moment of not only incessant global economic problems but also many fundamental obstacles which have internally occurred in every country over the world.


  • Paper Competition
    • 1st Winner: US$ 1000
    • 2nd Winner: US$ 600
    • 3rd Winner: US$ 400
  • Essay Competition
    • 1st winner: US$ 200
    • 2nd winner: US$ 150
    • 3rd winner: US$ 100


  • Paper Competition
    • Open to all undergraduate students from universities all over the world;
    • Participants of the paper competition consist of two-person teams, with no minimum threshold for each university to send their teams to the competition.
  • Essay Competition
    • Open to all undergraduate students from universities from all over the world;
    • Participants of the essay competition are single individuals.


Apply for the Paper Competition and here for Essay Competition

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P&G National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Internship Program 2019

P&G National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Internship Program 2019

Deadline: Ongoing

Are you a serving corp member in Nigeria? Are you passionate about how world-class brands are manufactured? Do you want a career that will challenge you both technically whilst developing your leadership and creative abilities? Then a role in P&G’s Manufacturing company in Ibadan plant could be for you.

At Ibadan Plant they’re looking for a leader who knows how to take charge of business-related challenges and help keep the operation running smoothly. You will join the Ariel Manufacturing Team, initially as a Process Engineer in Utility/Engineering department. The role combines innovative leadership with people management and technical development in an advanced lean engineering environment. You will have the opportunity to develop, maintain, improve and implement efficient manufacturing standards in production, Safety, quality, cost, delivery, and employee morale.

You will lead and develop the Utility/Engineering organization to deliver organization capability and technical mastery, to automate systems, identify technical issues and provide lasting solution to deliver excellent business result.

This role is an excellent and unique opportunity to advance in a challenging career at P&G by demonstrating growing levels of technical and leadership skills. They offer industry leading learning and development opportunities to allow you excel in your career and tackle new challenges daily– expanding your knowledge and expertise across a range of different areas.


The internship offers

  • Responsibilities as of Day 1 – you will feel the ownership of your role from the beginning, and you will be given specific responsibilities that are yours to own, lead and drive from day 1
  • Continuous coaching – you will work with passionate people and receive both formal training as well as day-to-day mentoring from your manager and others employees
  • Dynamic and respectful work environment – employees are at the core, we value every individual and support initiatives, promoting agility and flexible work arrangements
  • They invest in your continuous learning and growth for the benefit of both the individual and the company as a whole
  • They offer you a high-performing and stimulating work environment where our Principle, Values and Purpose are paramount
  • You would have a diverse experience working with multi-cultural teams
  • We will offer you an exciting work experience and employee engagement programs


  • Open to top talented graduates with BSc in Chemical Engineering/Electrical Electronic engineering;
  • A graduate that has a NYSC call-up letter and ready to complete NYSC program in Ibadan, Oyo State
  • Applicant should have strong analytical skills that enable you to successfully implement change and drive long term innovation and cost saving improvements
  • Can demonstrate strong leadership and collaborative skills and the ability to engage an organization consisting of different individual with different personalities. Previous people management experience is a plus
  • Have the ability to master the principles of the electrical equipment, be able to participate in maintenance and repair activities, analytical and systemic thinking, deep mastery of process/systems control, programming and automation.


Click here to apply

For more information, visit P&G Internship.

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Global Youth Video Competition

Global Youth Video Competition

Are you 18-30 and inspired to save the planet? If yes, then Submit a 3 minute video for a chance to be a youth reporter at the UN Climate Conference in Chile on December 2019.

The Global Youth Video Competition is co-organized by the GEF-UNDP Small Grants Programme, and the secretariats of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, the UN Convention to Combat Desertification and the Convention on Biological Diversity.


Balancing use of land for people and ecosystems:Healthy land-based ecosystems – forests, drylands, wetlands– are vital to all life on earth.

They need a rich land able to produce good food and absorb carbon, forests to prevent erosion and help regulate the climate, and diverse balanced ecosystems to maintain the life on land.

Actions could include:


  • Restoring and protecting landscape and forests
  • Protecting wildlife and habitats
  • Reducing emissions by engaging in sustainable consumption
  • Promoting the use of sustainable land management techniques, both traditional and innovative
  • Rehabilitating land that has been degraded
  • Supporting indigenous groups to protect their communal lands
  • Supporting sustainable food growing systems to improve the land and its biodiversity
  • Sharing successful strategies and training new generations to develop sustainable solutions
  • Campaigning to produce behavioural changeCities and local action to combat climate change:How they live and work together in communities and cities can have a huge impact in tackling climate change.

    Energy efficient buildings, low carbon public transport and encouraging cycling and walking are essential to cutting CO2 emissions.

    Greening cities with parks and gardens reduces CO2 and helps cool urban areas and reduce flooding. Thinking and acting at a local level helps communities fight climate change and build resilience to climate impacts.

    For instance, producing goods and food locally can lower the cost of transportation, reduce waste and help local economies.

    Actions could include:

  • Campaigning to produce behavioral change
  • Developing more sustainable commuting
  • Producing products and food locally
  • Reducing the use of energy in buildings
  • Local solutions for sustainable energy access and transformation
  • Creating wealth from waste
  • Reclaiming green spaces
  • Implementing the sharing economy
  • Providing services to people affected by climate changeNature-based solutions for food and human health: The natural world – land, forests, habitats and ecosystems – support all life on the planet. Their food systems, nutrition, and health depend biodiversity and healthy ecosystems. However, their food systems are the greatest drivers of biodiversity loss.

    Actions could include:

  • Producing locally-varied fruit and vegetables
  • Fishing sustainably
  • Buying more organic and seasonal foods
  • Reducing food waste and composting applicants food scraps
  • Reducing the use of pesticides and fertilizers
  • Protecting local pollinators
  • Building more habitat in applicants gardens and community
  • Working with local communities and learning about traditional knowledge
  • Campaigning to produce behavioural change related to eating or consumption habits (at school etc.)
  • Reducing food packaging by using reusable bags or reusing glass jars or containers
  • Avoiding single-use plastics like plastic straws, coffee cups, plastic cutlery, take out containers or plastic water bottleEligibility Criteria
  • Global Youth Video Competition requirements:
  • Applicants must be between 18 and 30 on the closing date
  • Applicants video must be a maximum of three minutes
  • Applicants video must be in English or have English subtitles
  • Applicants must be free and available to travel to Chile in December 2019How to Apply

    Applications must be submitted online via given website.

    Apply by 28th July 2019

For more information and application details, see;Global Youth Video Competition


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Unique Careers That Are More Rewarding Than You Think

Unique Careers That Are More Rewarding Than You Think

A whopping 71% of American employees feel disengaged at work. When you spend roughly a third of your day in the office, disliking your job can really impact your life and overall happiness.

Luckily, you don’t have to stick with that job you hate. In fact, there are tons of unique careers that are rewarding and will get the bills paid.

Don’t believe us? Keep reading to discover eight jobs that could inspire you to make a career change.

1. Doula

It’s no secret that pregnancy and childbirth are difficult. But they can be even harder when the mother-to-be doesn’t have a strong support system.

Doulas provide professional support services during pregnancy, childbirth, and after the baby is born. During pregnancy, they may help the expectant mother create a birth plan, find a birthing location, and do research in order to help her make important decisions regarding the baby.

A doula also ensures that the birth plan is being followed during labor and can help with postpartum care, such as cooking, performing light housekeeping, offering breastfeeding advice, and watching the baby while the mother showers or takes a nap.

Helping a mother during this critical time can be extremely rewarding. And it can be even more rewarding knowing that you’re helping them to be the best mother possible through your advice and research, so their baby will grow up happy and healthy.

2. Volcanologist

Thousands of people died at Pompeii and were buried under the hot ash of a nearby volcano. A volcanologist’s job is to help ensure this doesn’t happen again.

They travel to different live and dormant volcanos, collect samples, and analyze them in a nearby lab. Their goal is to learn more about volcanos and predict when they’ll erupt. By doing this, they could potentially save nearby towns from suffering the same fate as those in Pompeii.

Not only is the idea of saving lives rewarding for many, but volcanologists also get the opportunity to travel. Volcanos can be found at some of the most interesting locations, like Iceland and Hawaii, so they can live a rewarding personal life too.

3. Ethical Hacker

Hackers are masters at finding ways to access valuable information. When they succeed, both companies and their individual clients are at risk of identity theft.

However, not all hackers are bad. Ethical hackers are employed by a company to hack into their own system. The goal is to find weak spots that other hackers may use to access secure information.

Many ethical hackers find the challenge very rewarding as they’re often pushed to think outside the box and try new hacking techniques. Of course, knowing that they’re helping to protect private information can also be satisfying.

4. Military Serviceman/Servicewoman

What could be more rewarding than protecting the freedom of fellow Americans? A military serviceman or servicewoman travels to different bases and fights on behalf of the country.

Of course, there are many different branches to choose from, including the army, navy, marines, and air force. Each has its own unique challenges, but can also be a gratifying career choice.

Servicemen and servicewomen can even get challenge coins to display and show just how proud they are of their chosen profession. You can learn more here about the history and purpose of challenge coins.

5. Video Game Tester

Do you ever wish you could skip work and play video games instead? Well, what if playing video games was your job?

A video game tester plays an important role in game development. They play games that haven’t been released yet and look for glitches and flaws. This ensures that paying customers get a game that’s in perfect working order.

And for video game lovers, nothing is more rewarding than getting to play video games for a living as well as getting access to the newest games before everyone else.

6. Art Therapist

Art is a great way to express yourself and promote creativity. An art therapist combines psychology and art to help their patients heal. Art therapy can help people work through traumas, express themselves when they can’t do it verbally, and reduce stress.

Many people find that helping others is rewarding. So, it should come as no surprise that a career which helps people heal from traumatic pasts can be extremely fulfilling.

7. Hippotherapist

Art isn’t the only therapeutic tool. A hippotherapist uses horseback riding as a therapy for those with physical disabilities. Working with horses can help them increase their balance, coordination, and strength.

Of course, it also gives riders a chance to socialize and have fun. The ability to combine helping others with an enjoyable activity makes this one rewarding career, especially for those who love horses.

8. Funeral Service Manager

The passing of a loved one is always a trying time. Oftentimes, those closest to the deceased have to put their grieving on hold while they locate the will, make funeral arrangements, and file all the necessary paperwork.

A funeral service manager can make this process a bit easier by aiding in the funeral arrangements. They often have a selection of caskets in the funeral home as well as funeral cards and urns to help the family make a decision. They’ll also help with obituary wording and day-of coordination to ensure everything goes smoothly while lowering stress for the family.

Although this isn’t a glamorous position, many funeral service managers feel good knowing that they’re helping people say their final goodbye to a loved one.

Your Guide to Rewarding and Unique Careers

Don’t settle for a job you hate! Instead, use the guide above to help you make a change in your career. From doulas to funeral service managers, there are many rewarding and unique careers that can help you feel satisfied at the end of the day.

Do you want more valuable tips for living your best life? Then check out our health and wellness blog page today!

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International Master’s Fellowships in Public Health

International Masters Fellowships in Public Health

The Wellcome Trust is accepting applications for its International Master’s Fellowships that offers nationals of low- and middle-income countries the opportunity to receive training at Master’s degree level.

Benefits – International Masters Fellowships in Public Health

The support includes:


  • A stipend
  • Travel costs (eg outward and return airfares)
  • Approved tuition fees, according to the rate charged by the training organisationFunding Information

    Funding of up to £120,000.

    Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants can apply for an International Master’s Fellowship if:
  • Applicants are a national of a low- or middle-income country
  • Applicant’s proposed research focuses on a health priority in a low- or middle-income country
  • Applicants have sponsorship from an eligible host organisation in a low- or middle-income country.

Who can apply

You can apply for an International Master’s Fellowship if:

You must:

  • hold a clinical or non-clinical undergraduate degree in a relevant subject
  • be at an early stage in your career with limited research experience (but you must have demonstrated interest in, or aptitude for, research).

Your research proposal

Your research proposal should be within our science remit and focus on a health priority in a low- or middle-income country.

When we consider your application, we’ll look at the:

  • quality and importance of your research question(s)
  • feasibility of your approach to solving these problems
  • suitability of your choice of research environments
  • suitability of the taught Master of Science (MSc) course you select – it should take place at a recognised centre of excellence and provide you with training that will complement your research project.

Who can’t apply

You can’t apply if you’re:

We wouldn’t usually expect you to apply if you already have a Master’s.

What’s expected of your host organisation

You must be based at an eligible host organisation in a low- or middle-income country for the research project. When your host organisation submits your application, they must agree to provide the space and resources you’ll need from the start date through to the end date of your award.


You must have a sponsor who is a head of department or equivalent (for example centre director or head of school) in your host organisation.

The sponsor must be able to guarantee that you’ll have a post for the duration of the fellowship. The sponsor should not expect you to spend more than eight hours a week on non-research activities (for example clinical duties, teaching or administration).

Your sponsor’s support and mentorship should be part of a longer-term commitment to help you achieve your career aspirations.


You must have a supervisor who will be responsible for the day-to-day supervision of your research project.

You should also have additional supervisors for each period that you spend outside your host organisation, including your taught course. They must agree to provide the space and resources you’ll need.

You should give careful thought to your choice of supervisor(s).

A supervisor should:

  • have an ongoing research programme
  • have a strong track record in research, training and mentorship
  • provide you with guidance during the application process and fellowship.

You can nominate your sponsor as a supervisor, if appropriate.

Applicant’s must:

  • Hold a clinical or non-clinical undergraduate degree in a relevant subject
  • Be at an early stage in applicants career with limited research experience (but the
  • Applicant must have demonstrated interest in, or aptitude for, research).How to Apply

    Applicants can apply online via given website.

    Apply by 30th August 2019

For more information and application details, see; International Masters Fellowships in Public Health


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Waziri Mkuu Amwakilisha Rais Kwenye Maadhimisho Ya Miaka 80 Ya Kanisa La (TAG)

WAZIRI MKUU Kassim Majaliwa amelipongeza Kanisa la Tanzania Assemblies of God kwa kuthamini na kutambua kazi zinazofanywa na Serikali ya awamu ya tano.

“Baba Askofu Mtokambali umenifurahisha kwa takwimu ulizozitaja hapa za miradi mikubwa ambayo inatekelezwa na Serikali hii. Kuna wengine hawapendi kusikia mambo kama haya, hongera sana,” amesema.

Ametoa pongezi hizo leo mchana (Jumapili, Julai 21, 2019) wakati akizungumza na maelfu ya waumini wa kanisa hilo katika maadhimisho ya miaka 80 ya TAG hapa nchini yaliyofanyika kwenye uwanja wa Sheikh Amri Abeid, jijini Arusha.

Waziri Mkuu ambaye alikuwa mgeni rasmi kwa niaba ya Rais Dkt. John Magufuli, amesema ameguswa na jinsi kanisa hilo linavyomtambua Mheshimiwa Rais na wasaidizi wake na kuthamini juhudi za Serikali.

“Serikali hii imedhamiria kuwatumikia Watanzania wote bila kujali dini zenu, rangi wala itikadi za kisiasa. Napenda kuwahakikishia kuwa Serikali ya awamu ya tano itaendelea kumtegemea Mungu pasipo shaka yoyote.”

Pia amewapongeza viongozi wa kanisa hilo kwa mafanikio yaliyopatikana katika kipindi chote cha miaka 80. "Pia nikupongeze Baba Askofu kwa kuchangia mifuko 1,000 ya saruji kwa ajili ya ujenzi wa shule za sekondari hapa Arusha. Natambua kwamba ulishachangia mifuko mingine 500, asante sana."

Alilishukuru kanisa hilo kwa kuendesha maombi maalum kwa ajili ya Taifa yaliyoongozwa na Mchg. Titus Mkama. "Niliguswa sana wakati maombi ya Taifa yalipokuwa yakiendelea. Mchungaji aligusia masuala ya muhimu kwa Taifa hili."

Mapema, akimkaribisha Waziri Mkuu kuzungumza na maelfu ya washirika waliohudhuria maadhimisho hayo, Askofu Mkuu wa TAG, Dk. Barnabas Mtokambali alisema anamshukuru Mheshimiwa Rais Dkt. Magufuli kwa kulipenda na kulijali kanisa hilo.

Alimpongeza Rais Magufuli kwa miradi mikubwa ya maendeleo anayoisimamia kama vile umeme wa Stiegler's Gorge, reli ya SGR, ununuzi wa ndege, ujenzi wa hospitali mpya 67 za wilaya, ujenzi wa vituo vya afya 370 na ununuzi wa dawa za hospitali.

"Nina umri wa kutosha lakini katika miaka yangu yote hii, sijawahi kuona hospitali 67 zikijengwa kwa pamoja. Tena, mwaka huu wa fedha mmetenga hela kwa ajili ya ujenzi wa hospitali nyingine 27. Hongera sana kwa ujasiri huo," alisema Dkt. Mtokambali.

Maadhimisho ya miaka 80 ya TAG yameenda sambamba na hitimisho la miaka 10 ya Mpango Mkakati wa mavuno.



Waziri Lugola, Zungu Wafanya Operesheni Kuwasaka Mateja Bonde La Jangwani Jijini Dar Es Salaam, Rpc Ilala Apewa Agizo Zito

Na Felix Mwagara, MOHA.
WAZIRI wa Mambo ya Ndani ya Nchi, Kangi Lugola, amefanya operesheni ya kuwasaka na kuwakamata mateja mbalimbali ambao wanatumia dawa za kulenya na kufanya uhalifu katika bonde la Jangwani, Ilala, jijini Dar es Salaam.

Lugola ambaye aliongozana na Mbunge wa Jimbo la Ilala, Mussa Azan Zungu, kuwasaka mateja hao ambao wanatumia aina mbalimbali ya madawa ya kulenya, baada ya kuona viongozi hao wanawasaka walikimbia katika maeneo ya vijiwe vyao.

Waziri Lugola wakati akiwa katika operesheni hiyo ambayo ilidumu kwa saa moja na nusu kwa kutembelea mitaa mbalimbali ya bonde hilo, alimpigia Kamanda wa Polisi Mkoa wa Kipolisi Ilala-RPC, ACP Zuberi Chembera, kufika katika eneo hilo huku akiwa na askari kwa ajili ya kuendeleza zoezi hilo.

Akizungumza na wananchi wa Kata hiyo ya Jangwani, leo, Waziri Lugola alisema wahalifu hawa wanapaswa kusakwa kwa nguvu zote na kukamatwa, kwasababu walishampora mtu katika mitaa hiyo na kumuaa.

“RPC kuanzia muda huu, nakuagiza askari wako waingie mitaani, kuwakamata wahalifu hawa, na nitakuja saa 12 jioni ya leo, kuona wahalifu wote katika bonde hili wamejaa katika kituo cha Msimbazi, na muwakamate wahalifu na sio kuwaonea watu wasiokuwa na makossa,” alisema Lugola.

Lugola aliongeza kuwa, Serikali haiwezi kukaa kimya kufumbia macho matukio ya kiuhalifu ambayo yamekithiri katika eneo hilo na kuwafanya wananchi kutopata usingizi kuhofia kuvamiwa kwa muda wowote usiku au mchana. Alimtaka Kamanda wa Polisi Mkoa huo, kuendelea kufanya operesheni ya mara kwa mara kuwasaka wahalifu hao ambao wengi wao ni mateja ambao wanatumia dawa za kulevya.

Kwa upande wake Mbunge Zunge, ambaye ndio alimwita Waziri huyo kutembelea eneo hilo kuona kero kubwa awanazopata wananchi wake, alisema wahalifu hao hawatoki pekee katika Jimbo lake, bali wengi wao wanatoka maeneo mbalimbali katika Jiji la Dar es Salaam.

“Wenyeji wa eneo hili ni wachache, wengi wanatoka mitaa mbalimbali ya hapa Dar es Salaam ikiwemo Temeke na kwingineko, hivyo mheshimiwa Waziri tunajua utendaji wako, tunakuomba hii kero inatuumiza sana, wananchi wanakosa amani kutokana na uwepo mkubwa wa wahalifu hawa,’ alisema Zungu.

Waziri Lugola alisema Dkt John Magufuli anawataka wananchi wake waishi kwa amani na utulifu, yeye Waziri hatakubali kuona matukio hayo ya baibu yakishika kasi mitaani. Aliwataka Makamanda wa Polisi nchini kuwasaka wahalifu muda wowote si mpaka yeye atoe agizo au atembeleee.


Alichokisema Bashe Baada ya Kuteuliwa Kuwa Naibu Waziri

Naibu Waziri wa Kilimo mteule, Hussein Bashe ameahidi kuiboresha sekta ya kilimo kwa kuwa ndiyo sekta iliyoajiri Watanzania wengi na kuchangia pato la taifa kwa asilimia kubwa licha ya changamoto nyingi.

Aidha, amemshukuru Rais Magufuli kwa kumteua kushika nafasi hiyo. Bashe ameteuliwa kushika nafasi hiyo leo Jumapili Julai 21, akichukua nafasi ya Innocent Bashungwa mbaye hivi karibuni aliteuliwa kuwa Waziri wa Viwanda na Biashara.

Kupitia ukurasa wake wa Twitter leo saa chache baada ya kuteuliwa, Bashe ameandika ujumbe wa shukrani kwa Rais Magufuli akishukuru kwa kumteua na ameupokea uteuzi huo.

“Ndugu zangu awali nimshukuru Allah kwa yote , namshukuru kwa dhati Mh Rais kwa Imani yake, ni jukumu zito nimelipokea kwa uwezo wa Allah tutavuka ni ‘sector’ iliyoajiri Watanzania wengi na changamoto nyingi nawashukuru Watanzania, wananchi wa Nzega na kwa dhati chama changu,” ameandika Bashe.

Aidha, pamoja na uteuzi huo wa Bashe, Rais Magufuli pia amemteua aliyekuwa Waziri wa Tawala za Mikoa (Tamisemi), George Simbachawene kuwa Waziri wa Nchi, Ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais, Muungano na Mazingira, akichukua nafasi ya January Makamba ambaye uteuzi wake umetenguliwa.


Nec Kuanza Uboreshaji Wa Daftari La Kudumu La Wapiga Kura Julai 31, Mkoani Simiyu

Na Stella Kalinga, Simiyu
Tume ya Taifa ya Uchaguzi inatarajia kuanza rasmi zoezi la Uboreshaji wa Daftari la kudumu la wapiga kura mkoani Simiyu kuanzia  Julai 31, 2019 hadi Agosti 06, 2019.

Akifungua mkutano wa wadau wa Uchaguzi mkoani Simiyu, Mwenyekiti wa Tume ya Taifa ya Uchaguzi, Mhe Jaji wa Mahakama ya Rufaa, Semistocles Kaijage amesema  Tume imekamilisha maandalizi ya uboreshaji daftari ambayo ni pamoja na kuhakiki vituo vya kujiandikisha, uandikishaji wa majaribio, maandalizi ya vifaa vya uboreshaji daftari, mkakati wa elimu kwa mpiga kura na uzinduzi wa uboreshaji wa daftari la kudumu  la wapiga kura.

Amesema  uboreshaji huu hautawahusisha wapiga kura wote walioandikishwa kwenye daftari la kudumu la wapiga kura mwaka 2015 bali utawahusu wapiga kura wapya ambao wametimiza miaka 18, wale ambao watatimmiza.umri wa miaka 18 siku ya uchaguzi Mkuu mwaka 2020, ambao wamehama katika maeneo ya awali ya uchaguzi na wale ambao kadi zao zimeharibika

Katika hatua nyingine Jaji Kaijage ametoa rai kwa wananchi wote wenye sifa kujitokeza kwa wingi ili kuboresha taarifa zao, huku akitoa wito kwa viongozi wa vyama vya siasa,  kuzingatia sheria za uchaguzi na kanuni zake katika zoezi hili la uboreshaji na maelekezo kwa Vyama vya Siasa kuhusu uboreshaji.

Kwa upande wake Afisa TEHAMA Mwandamizi kutoka Tume ya Taifa ya Uchaguzi, Bw. Frank Mhando amesema Tume imefanya uhakiki wa vituo vya uandikishaji ambavyo vimeongezeka kutoka 36,549 mwaka 2015 hadi 37,407 mwaka 2018 (Tanzania Bara), upande wa Tanzania Zanzibar vimeongezeka kutoka 380 mwaka 2015 hadi 407 mwaka 2018; huku akifafanua kuwa katika uandishaji huu kila Kijiji au Mtaa utakuwa na angalau Kituo kimoja cha kujiandikisha.

Naye Mratibu wa Zoezi la Uboreshaji wa daftari la kudumu la wapiga kura Mkoani Simiyu, Bw. Maganga Simon amesema mkoa umejiandaa vizuri ili kufanikisha zoezi ambapo wananchi wenye sifa zaidi ya 700,000 wanatarajia kuandikishwa katika daftari hilo huku akiwasisitiza viongozi wote mkoani hapo  kuwahamasisha wananchi wenye sifa kujitokeza kujiandikisha.

“Mkoa wetu ni mwenyeji wa Maonesho ya Nanenane Kitaifa mwaka2019, tutatumia fursa hiyo kuhamasisha, kutakuwa na bango kubwa litakaloonesha kuwa kuanza  Julai 31 hadi Agosti 6 2019 mkoa wetu utashiriki kikamilifu kwenye  zoezi la uboreshaji wa daftari la kudumu la wapiga kura na Simiyu tumejipanga kufanikisha zoezi hili ambalo linasimamiwa na Tume ya Taifa ya uchaguzi” alisema

Akizungumza kwa niaba ya watu wenye ulemavu,  Katibu wa Chama cha Viziwi (CHAVITA) Mkoa wa Simiyu, Alex Benson amewaomba viongozi wa vyama vya siasa kuwapa fursa watu wenye ulemavu kuwania nafasi mbalimbali, huku akisisitiza wasimamizi kupewa mafunzo ya lugha ya  alama ili kurahisisha mawasiliano  na watu wenye ulemavu pindi wanapoenda kujiandikisha na kupiga kura.

Naye Dora Stephano kutoka katika ASASI za kiraia amesema Tume ione uwezekano wa kuongeza ushirikishwaji wa asasi za kiraia nyingi zaidi, ili kuongeza wigo wa kutoa elimu kwa wapiga kura juu ya masuala mbalimbali ya uandikishaji na uchaguzi.

Mkutano wa wadau wa uchaguzi mkoani Simiyu, umewahusisha  Mratibu wa Uandikishaji wa Mkoa, Viongozi wa Vyama vya siasa Viongozi wa dini, wawakilishi wa watu wenye ulemavu, wawakilishi wa vijana, wawakilishi wa wanawake, wawakilishi wa asasi za kiraia, watendaji wa Tume na waandishi wa habari.



Imamu wa Msikiti wa Aqswa Mabambasi Ngokolo Manispaa ya Shinyanga,Sheikh Hassan Sultan Hassan akizungumza wakati wa mazishi ya mwanafunzi Mustapha Ibrahim wa darasa la tano katika shule ya Msingi Bugoyi A.

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Mwili wa Mwanafunzi Mustapha Ibrahim (13) wa darasa la tano katika shule ya Msingi Bugoyi A mjini Shinyanga aliyefariki dunia wakati akiogelea na watoto wenzake katika mto Kidalu Mjini Shinyanga umezikwa.

Mazishi ya mwanafunzi huyo mkazi wa mtaa wa Mabambasi Kata ya Ndembezi Manispaa ya Shinyanga yamefanyika leo Jumapili Julai 21,2019 kwenye makaburi ya Mbuyuni yaliyopo katika kata ya Ndembezi Manispaa ya Shinyanga.

Kwa mujibu wa mwenyekiti wwa mtaa wa Mabambasi,David Nkulila ambaye ni diwani wa kata ya Ndembezi,mtoto huyo alifariki dunia baada ya kuzama katika mto Kidalu unaopita mjini Shinyanga akiwa na watoto wenzake.

"Mtoto aliaga walitoka nyumbani kwenda kuswali lakini akiwa na wenzake wakashawishiana kwenda kuogelea mtoni. Natoa rai kwa wazazi na jamii kwa ujumla kuwa kuwa karibu na watoto kuwa walinzi kwa watoto",alieleza Nkulila.

Akizungumza wakati wa mazishi hayo,Imamu wa Msikiti wa Aqswa Mabambasi Ngokolo manispaa ya Shinyanga,Sheikh Hassan Sultan Hassan ameonya tabia ya baadhi ya watu ambao wamekuwa wakifanya vitendo vya ushirikina kwenye makaburi.

"Tumeishi katika hali ya kuzikana pande zote mbili Wakristo na Waislamu bila kuwa na athari zozote katika makaburi,lakini sasa kimejitokeza kitu ambacho hakipendezi katika maadili ya kiutu na kidini kwa ujumla....

"Kumetokea wimbi la watu kuanza kufukua makaburi.Tabia hii kibinadamu,kiutu haipendezi,huu ni ushirikina uliobobea,haupendezi na wala haufai.Makaburi yanapaswa kuheshimiwa....

Kuna kaburi ambalo hivi karibuni tulimzika kijana wetu alikuwa mwalimu wa watoto wa Kiislamu anaitwa Hussein Yusuph,nililetewa taarifa kuwa kaburi lilifukuliwa karibu nusu nzima ya kaburi,waliofuatilia pale hawakuzama zaidi kuhakikisha kama kilichukuliwa kiungo au nguo,hii ni ishara mbaya,inaashiria jambo siyo zuri",alieleza Sheikh Hassan.

Alitoa onyo kwa watu wenye tabia hizo waache tabia za kufukua makaburi na kubainisha kuwa mtu yeyote anayefanya vitendo hivyo hatavumiliwa.

"Tunatoa tahadhari na onyo vile vile kwamba mchezo huu uishie hapo,usijirudie tena,sisi sote tuwe walinzi wa amani kuanzia huko nje hadi maeneo ya makaburini,makaburi ni makazi kama makazi mengine ya wanadamu walio hai",aliongeza Sheikh Hassan.

Mtu yeyote atakayemuona mtu anaenda makaburini akimtilia mashaka au wasiwasi amfuatilie ili ajue anachokifanya hapo makaburini,kama ni mhusika basi atamjua labda anaenda kulifanyia usafi ama kufanya maombi atajua na kama ni njia zingine za kishirikina basi atoe taarifa kwa vyombo husika ikiwemo vyombo vya serikali",aliongeza Sheikh Hassan.
Mazishi ya mwili wa mwanafunzi Mustapha Ibrahim wa darasa la tano katika shule ya Msingi Bugoyi A mjini Shinyanga aliyefariki dunia wakati akiogelea na watoto wenzake katika mto Kidalu Mjini Shinyanga ukizikwa leo katika makaburi ya Mbuyuni yaliyopo Ndembezi katika manispaa ya Shinyanga. Picha zote na Kadama Malunde - Malunde1 blog
Mazishi yakiendelea.
Imamu wa Msikiti wa Aqswa Mabambasi Ngokolo Manispaa ya Shinyanga,Sheikh Hassan Sultan Hassan akizungumza wakati wa mazishi ya mwanafunzi Mustapha Ibrahim wa darasa la tano katika shule ya Msingi Bugoyi A.
Imamu wa Msikiti wa Aqswa Mabambasi Ngokolo Manispaa ya Shinyanga,Sheikh Hassan Sultan Hassan akizungumza wakati wa mazishi ya mwanafunzi Mustapha Ibrahim wa darasa la tano katika shule ya Msingi Bugoyi A


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Katibu mwenezi wa Chama Cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (Chadema) katika kata ya Igurwa wilayani Karagwe mkoani Kagera Nurubet Bakaishumba (35) amekutwa amejinyonga kwa kutumia kamba ya katani huku sababu za kujinyonga zikiwa hazijafahamika.

Akizungumza katika eneo la tukio diwani wa kata ya Igurwa Wilbad Abdala amesema katibu huyo Nurubet Bakaishumba (35)ambaye pia alikuwa mjumbe katika serikali ya kijiji cha Bwera amekutwa amejinyonga kwenye mti jirani na nyumba yake.

Amesemamwili wa marehemu umegunduliwa na baadhi ya wanakijiji Julai 20,2019 huku akiacha ujumbe wa maandishi unaoeleza kuwa familia yake haihusiki na kifo chake na kumtaka mke wake atunze watoto aliowaacha na kuonesha mali zake zilipo.

Abdala amesema kuwa ujumbe huo aliouacha marehemu amesema kuwa uamzi huo wa kujinyonga ni wa kwake mwenyewe na kwamba wazo hilo alikuwa nalo kwa muda wa mwezi mmoja.

Katibu wa Chadema wilaya ya Karagwe Amoni Minyango amesema chama hicho kimepoteza mtu muhimu ambaye mchango wake katika maendeleo ya chama hicho ulikuwa mkubwa.
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