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          SERIKALI KUKUZA UCHUMI KWA KUDHIBITI FEDHA ZA ZIADA KATIKA MZUNGUKO      Cache   Translate Page      
Naibu Waziri wa Fedha na Mipango Mhe. Dkt. Ashatu Kijaji (Mb).
FEDHA za ziada kuwepo katika mzunguko wa uchumi sio kigezo cha kukua kwa uchumi wa Taifa bali ni ishara ya Taifa hilo kushindwa kudhibiti ukuaji wa uchumi wake.
Hayo yameelezwa Bungeni jijini Dodoma na Naibu Waziri wa Fedha na Mipango, Mhe. Dkt. Ashatu Kijaji, alipokuwa akijibu swali la nyongeza la Mbunge wa Jimbo la Konde Mhe. Khatib Said Haji, aliyehoji kuhusu dhana ya kukua kwa uchumi nchini ilihali kuna upungufu wa uuzaji bidhaa nje na wananchi kukosa fedha.
Dkt. Kijaji alieleza kuwa matatizo ya kuwepo kwa fedha za ziada katika uchumi ni makubwa, hivyo inapongezwa hatua ya Benki Kuu ya Tanzania (BoT) kudhibiti hali hiyo kwa manufaa ya ukuaji wa uchumi wa Taifa.
“Uchumi wa Tanzania unakua kutokana na hali halisi na takwimu zilizopo, ambapo katika Mkutano wa Jumuiya ya Maendeleo ya Nchi za Kusini mwa Jangwa la Sahara (SADC) uliofanyika hivi karibuni ulieleza kuwa nchi nyingi mwanachama wa Jumuiya hiyo hazijafanikiwa katika ukuaji wa viashiria vya uchumi mkubwa isipokuwa nchi ya Botswana, Lesotho na Tanzania”. Alieleza Dkt. Kijaji.
Akijibu swali la Msingi la Mbunge huyo kuhusu vigezo vinavyoainisha ukuaji wa uchumi wa Tanzania, Dkt. Kijaji alisema kuwa vigezo kwa mujibu wa Kamisheni ya Takwimu ya Umoja wa Mataifa ni ongezeko la pato la Taifa, ongezeko la pato la wastani la mwananchi kwa mwaka na ongezeko la uuzaji wa bidhaa na huduma nje ya nchi.
Vigezo vingine ni kupungua kwa uagizaji wa bidhaa na huduma kutoka nje ya nchi, utulivu wa bei za bidhaa na huduma, utulivu wa viwango vya ubadilishaji wa fedha za kigeni,  kuongezeka kwa akiba ya fedha za kigeni na kuongezeka kwa makusanyo ya Serikali kwa ajili ya kugharamia shughuli za maendeleo na huduma za kijamii.
Vilevile alieleza kuwa, uwekezaji unaofanyika katika nchi ni kigezo cha msingi cha ukuaji wa uchumi kwa kuwa huongeza kasi ya uzalishaji wa bidhaa na huduma, ajira, kipato cha mwananchi mmoja mmoja na pato la Taifa hivyo kupunguza umaskini katika jamii.
Naibu Waziri Dkt. Kijaji alibainisha kuwa, mchango wa Serikali katika ukuaji wa uchumi ni pamoja na kupunguza matumizi yasiyo ya lazima, kuwekeza zaidi kwenye shughuli zinazochochea ukuaji wa uchumi, kupunguza uagizaji wa bidhaa na huduma kutoka nje ya nchi na kuweka mazingira rafiki kwa ajili ya uwekezaji wa bidhaa na huduma nchini.
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          World: Food Assistance Outlook Brief, September 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: Famine Early Warning System Network
Country: Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Uganda, World, Yemen, Zimbabwe

PROJECTED FOOD ASSISTANCE NEEDS FOR MARCH 2019

This brief summarizes FEWS NET’s most forward-looking analysis of projected emergency food assistance needs in FEWS NET coverage countries. The projected size of each country’s acutely food insecure population (IPC Phase 3 and higher) is compared to last year and the recent five-year average and categorized as Higher ( p), Similar ( u), or Lower ( q). Countries where external emergency food assistance needs are anticipated are identified. Projected lean season months highlighted in red indicate either an early start or an extension to the typical lean season. Additional information is provided for countries with large food insecure populations, an expectation of high severity, or where other key issues warrant additional discussion. Analytical confidence is lower in remote monitoring countries, denoted by “RM.” Visit www.fews.net for detailed country reports.


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Organization: Save the Children
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 20 Sep 2018

Terms of Reference for Animated Video on Cross-Border Migrant Child Protection Mechanisms and Publication of Guidebook in line with Save the Children Branding Guidelines

  1. Background: Cross Border Coordination Mechanisms in East and Southern Africa

The last decade has seen a dramatic increase in the global mobility of people. The global regular migrant stock had reached 258 million by late 2017.1 Migrants from poorer countries, which are often harder to capture in official data, are of particular concern from a development and humanitarian perspective: they are often amongst the most vulnerable populations. Because of the overall rise of movement of people, there is also a marked increase of Children on the Move. This is particularly true for East and Southern Africa: even though children make up roughly 15% of the global international migrant stock, this proportion is dramatically larger in East and Southern Africa with 28.2% of recorded migrants being children.2 In some countries this ratio is even higher, with Ethiopia having 47% migrant children.

In many countries in East and Southern Africa clear child protection legislation is in place, but often it is only implicitly and by extension protecting migrant children, failing to recognize their specific risks.

The comprehensive protection of unaccompanied and separated migrant children (USMC) requires the coordination and cooperation of a large range of stakeholders, often from more than one country. Government departments mandated to protect vulnerable children have to interact with immigration and internal affairs departments, departments of education and health, and more particularly across borders, the protection of USMC requires close coordination between governments to ensure that case management is not disrupted or impeded by the national border, ensuring that the children's best interest is the most important guiding principle.

In Southern Africa, over the last 10 years, Save the Children has established bilateral cross-border coordination mechanisms between five governments, growing over the years into a significant improvement in the protection of USMC by harmonising case management, standard operating procedures, and facilitating communication. Save the Children's East and Southern Africa Regional Office's Regional Programming Unit (RPU) continues to work towards expanding the bilateral meetings, particularly in East Africa. In order to communicate this cost effective and successful approach to strengthening the protection of USMC, the RPU is looking to create a short form animated video and a high quality publication.

The video is intended to illustrate the cross-border mechanisms and how in the past 10 years, Save the Children, with support from various donors, has grown a bilateral meeting discussing USMC cases between South Africa and Zimbabwe into a regional mechanism covering most of Southern Africa. The video will make this complex process understandable to a broader audience, trying to generate interest in the approach amongst key stakeholders, partners and donors. Additionally, the video on the regional process will be a tool for country offices to try and increase government commitment, as well as engage neighbouring countries to expand the mechanism to more borders.

The RPU will additionally write a guidebook on establishing cross-border mechanisms for the protection of USMC. This guidebook will draw on the experience from country offices and the extensive project

1 UN DESA, International Migration Report 2017

2 Using UN DESA Migration Stock Data. Includes Botswana, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Somalia, Sudan, South Africa, South Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe documentation to develop a practical roadmap to help offer deep insights into the establishment of the meetings. This guide will be written in-house, but it will require graphic design and layout of the text into a publishable and printable PDF that conforms with the Save the Children branding guidelines, which will also nclude the design of key illustrations and visual elements.

  1. Save the Children - Regional Children on the Move Programme in East and Southern Africa The Regional Programming Unit's (RPU) Children on the Move programme seeks to protect children at risk of or undertaking unaccompanied and unsafe migration in East and Southern Africa through improved national and transnational migration management, including case management and access to child protection systems. It currently coordinates these efforts in Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

  2. Improved transnational cooperation and responsibility-sharing between governments to realise durable solutions for children affected by mixed migration.

  3. Develop an expanded evidence base to guide quality programming on addressing root causes of irregular migration, early unaccompanied economic migration, and preventing unsafe migration in East and Southern Africa.

  4. Improved family tracing and reunification procedures and case management to increase successful reunifications for children crossing borders between Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

The programme is also working with four partners in Botswana and Swaziland, integrating them into the broader COM programme that is active in Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, in order to achieve that:

  • Children at risk of unaccompanied and unsafe migration in East and Southern Africa access essential and integrated protection, education and health services in countries of origin, transit and destination.

  • Civil society organizations are empowered to strengthen child protection and other essential services for child on the move, including survivors of sexual violence and exploitation in border towns, in Botswana, Swaziland, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa.

  • Communities, including children, are empowered to transform existing social norms that perpetuate children's vulnerability to violence, incl. unsafe migration, PHP and sexual violence.

The RPU further provides cross-learning platforms and opportunities to exchange best practice and build a community of practice focused on child migration. At country level, programmes are context specific, utilizing evidence of national migration dynamics to try and effectively prevent unsafe migration by addressing push factors (e.g. through income generating projects, skills training of adolescents, positive discipline work to address violence at home and in schools) and strengthening national child protection systems to include migrant children (e.g. including unaccompanied and separated migrant children in alternative care systems, developing child migrant specific case management systems, strengthening FTR systems, etc.).

  1. Objective and Scope of Work

The required work is comprised of two components:

Component 1 - Five Minute Video

A short five-minute video, 2D or 3D animated, illustrating the cross-border coordination mechanism, including establishing of the meetings, the programming approach and the benefits of the cooperation of governments to the protection of USMC to a broad audience, including potential donors, NGOs, and government stakeholders.

The video should have a memorable, high quality artistic style that captures often complex processes in a simple and easy to understand narrative, featuring professional voice-overs.

For reference, please see screenshots from a previous video produced for a different project:

Component 2 - Graphic Design and Layout of Guidebook

Based on a 40-50 page word document, this component requires the design and layout of a booklet in line with the Save the Children branding guidelines, including illustrations/graphs/figures.

  1. Outputs/Deliverables

The project requires two key outputs:

  • Story board/narrative for 5-minute video for review

  • 5-minute 2D/3D animated video provided in a range of encoding qualities (preferably including UHD)

  • Layout and graphic design of 50 page A4 guidebook for PDF publication and print.

  • Roles and Responsibilities

The Consultant:

  • Regular and transparent reporting on progress to RPU, including any delays or challenges as they develop.

  • Development of visual style and script based on a provided narrative.

  • Development of required 2D or 3D assets.

  • Voice-over services.

  • Animation.

  • Graphic design and layout of 40-50-page document.

Save the Children and RPU: (based in Pretoria and Nairobi)

  • Providing a narrative for the video.

  • Assisting in the process of transforming the narrative into a script.

  • Inputting on visual style of animated video.

  • Providing 40-50-page document for graphic layout.

  • Inputting on visual style of Guidebook on Cross-Border Coordination.

  • Timeframe

  • 3 months - from September to November 2018.

  • Competencies

  • Experience in 2D/3D animations.

  • Experience in visualizing political/advocacy processes.

  • Experience in graphic design and layout of documents/booklets.

  • Experience working in the non -profit sector is an advantage.


How to apply:

Application Email: Please apply with a covering letter and up-to-date CV to: Esaro.procurement@savethechildren.org


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Rune - LA7THA, ha informado hoy a DX-World que actualmente está preparando un equipo de operadores para 7P8 Lesotho. Esperan estar QRV en la primera parte de marzo 2019. La duración es de aproximadamente 10 días con enfoque en bandas bajas. La solicitud de licencia ya se ha recibido y se seleccionó el QTH. Actualmente está esperando la confirmación, pero hasta ahora todo parece positivo. Se abrirá una web más adelante. Esperan poder usar la nueva carga en línea / directa de M0OXO. 

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ABIDJAN, Côte d'Ivoire, 13 September 2018 / PRN Africa / -- His Majesty King Letsie III of the Kingdom of Lesotho made a commitment to mobilize and engage with African Heads of State and Finance Ministers to rally behind the African Leaders for Nutrition initiative in the upcoming African Union Summit in January 2019.
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Zambia defeated Lesotho 2-0 in the final game of matchday 2 at the 2018 COSAFA Women's Cup tie at Wolfson Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay, goals from Misozi Zulu and Barbra Banda securing the points.


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