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Daniele Tamagni Grant for Young and Emerging Photographers

Deadline: 10 October 2019

Applications are now open for Daniele Tamagni Grant which is an international photography grant designed to sponsor young and emerging Photographers, funding a Scholarship.
The Grant, thanks to its partners and the panel members creates the opportunity of important global references in the Photo and Media industry, including important publishers and galleries. Elevating Creativity to a Profession, thanks to the scholarship the recipient of the Grant will be in the position to become a positive agent of change, shining new light over the evolution of the African identity.

This is an international Photography Grant with funding for a Scholarship for higher education and is designed to sponsor young and emerging photographers. The spirit of this initiative promotes the dissemination of the African culture, its creativity, the impact of its visual aesthetics on the continent and the diaspora and the in-depth exploration of the photography media.

The Recipient of the Scholarship will be entitled to :​

  • A return Economy class air-ticket from the place of residence to Johannesburg ZA.
  • Assistance in the visa application, when required.
  • Health and Repatriation Medical Insurance for the length of the Scholarship.
  • A monthly bursary of 9,000 ZAR for accommodation, meals, transport and other out of pocket expenses.
  • Curation of a new body of work to be developed during the Scholarship and to be presented for admission to the 2020 edition of the Festival Visa pour l’Image.
  • The Recipient of the Scholarship in September 2020 will travel to Perpignan, during the Visa pour l’Image.
  • There the Recipient will be introduced to international Photo Editors and, based on the quality of the portfolio earlier presented, have the opportunity to take part in dedicated programs and conferences.

Eligibility Criteria
Applicants must verify that:

  • Her/his age is between 18- 30 years (as at July 31st 2019);
  • To be the sole author of the photographs;
  • Has ownership of the proprietary rights in the photographs;
  • The submitted portfolio does not infringe third party copyrights or violates privacy rights;
  • Credits, captions and authorial terms exclusively belong the applicant and the Recipient agrees for communication, promotion and cultural initiatives; and
  • The Daniele Tamagni Estate will license, with terms of perpetuity and free of rights, the use of the pictures from the Submission and Graduation Portfolios (the digital files and its reproduction).

How to Apply

  • Interested applicants can apply online via given website.
  • Each applicant must submit the following:
  • a portfolio of min 20, max 30, fully captioned images, 72 DPI (jpg), 1200 pixels longest size, captioned
  • max 2 projects with a synopsis or a description of the project(s). (PDF, max 500 strokes)
  • a declaration of proficiency and command of English to follow the Scholarship
  • a short bio and a motivation statement for attending the course
  • only, when feasible, a brief testimonial by their Teacher(s).
  • For more information, please visit http://www.danieletamagni.com/#/

Muste Institute’s Social Justice Fund to Support Grassroots Activist Projects from around the World

Deadline: 14 October 2019
The A.J. Muste Memorial Institute has announced a Social Justice Fund to support grassroots activist projects in the US and around the world, giving priority to those with small budgets and little access to more mainstream funding sources.

They are especially interested in funding efforts to:
end the violence of borders and the criminalization of immigrants
abolish the death penalty, shut down the prison industrial complex, redefine criminal justice
confront institutionalized repression against racial, ethnic, gender-based, and LGBTQ communities
support progressive workers movements and the eradication of poverty
dismantle the war machine, end state sponsored terrorism, expose the dangers of nuclear power

Priority Areas
The Social Justice Fund’s priority is to support:

  • direct grassroots activism and organizing
  • groups with diverse, representative and democratic leadership structures
  • groups that have or can obtain enough economic and in-kind support to carry out their regular work, but need additional support to carry out a project or build capacity

Eligibility Criteria
They seek proposals:

  • for projects with expense budgets under $50,000
  • from grassroots organizations with annual income of less than $500,000
  • from groups with limited access to more mainstream funding sources
  • from groups which have not received Social Justice Fund grants in at least two years
  • from groups with or without 501(c)3 status or a fiscal sponsor: the Social Justice Fund only requires a fiscal sponsor if the group receiving the grant does not have its own bank account. If applicants cannot receive a grant check made out to the name of applicants organization, applicants will need a fiscal sponsor. They cannot issue checks to individuals.

How to Apply

‘Annual Regional Young Scientists Conference’ to solve issues pertinent in Africa’s Development

Deadline: 23 August 2019

The Kenya National Academy of Science has launched applications for the ‘Annual Regional Young Scientists’ Conference inviting young emerging scientists from sub-Saharan Africa to participate in the multilateral conference.
The Conference is envisaged to bring about experts senior scientists as key speakers, policy makers and young scientists to deliberate on topical issues affecting Africa.

The Young Scientists will also get to be trained on science diplomacy and sustainable development goals with the objectives of exposing to the real world of the complex interaction between the scientists, the policy makers and the implementer.

Themes
The Conference will seek to addres critical issues pertinent to Africa’s development challenges as identified in STISA 2024 through rigorous scientific debate and interrogation of policy dimensions in the four sub themes:

  • Food Security in Africa;
  • Climate Change and environmental protection;
  • Water resources exploitation and management; and
  • Energy and Sustainable Development in Africa.

Areas

  • Water-Food-Climate;
  • Energy Nexus;
  • Policy;

Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicant must be from or working in sub- Saharan Africa;
  • Applicant must be under age of forty(40);
  • Applicant must be in possession of at least a Masters degree and enrolled for PhD;
  • They must have research interests in the conference sub-themes;
  • They must submit an abstract (online form) that is relevant to the conference theme;
  • Applicant must be willing to present and share current research results at the conference.

How to Apply

Small Grants Programme for improving the lives of Patients with Palliative Care Needs across Africa

Deadline: 1 September 2019

The True Colours Trust’s Small Grants Programme now open to support palliative care providers across Africa.
Grants are awarded to projects which directly improve the lives of patients with palliative care needs. Most grants are awarded to small, locally-based organisations which are improving the standard of palliative care in their communities. The scheme was established in 2009 and is administered by the African Palliative Care Association.

Funding Information

Funding is normally awarded for one-off projects and the size of grants ranges from £500 to £5,000. Projects should be implemented within one year of the receipt of a grant.

Funding Priorities

Funds disbursed through the Small Grants Programme should be used for activities which increase access to palliative care, improve the standard of palliative care services and directly improve the patient and family experience. Priority is given to the following, in no particular order:

  • Equipment for patients
  • Palliative care for children and young people
  • Palliative care medicines
  • Capital improvement costs
  • Increasing access to palliative care in rural areas
  • Developing small palliative care projects
  • Training courses for palliative care service providers held in Africa

They regret that they are not able to make grants towards:

  • Attending conferences
  • Education courses outside Africa
  • General work with children and young people which does not adhere to the WHO definition of palliative care
  • Per Diems or grants to individuals or governments
  • Salary costs

The work of any organisation currently in receipt of funding from the True Colours Trust or which has been in receipt of funding from True Colours within the last twelve months.

How to Apply

  • Interested applicants must download the application form though the given website.
  • Eligible Countries: Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the, Cote d’Ivorie, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
  • For more information, please visit http://africasmallgrants.truecolourstrust.org.uk/how-to-apply/

3 Job Opportunities at TCAA, Flight Operations Development Inspector

FLIGHT OPERATIONS DEVELOPMENTAL INSPECTOR (3 POSTS)

Employer: TANZANIA CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
Date Published: 2019-08-21
Application Deadline: 2019-09-04

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

i.To assist in enforcement, investigations and in preparation of final reports and recommendations on disposition

ii.To participate in accident/incident and complaint investigations

iii.To assist in evaluation of air operators, air agencies, and makes recommendations to the supervisor or assigned

qualified Inspector in the specific task.

iv.To assist in evaluation of training programs to ensure they meet the requirements of CAA regulations, including flight simulators, training devices, and other such equipment, as well as check personnel.

v.To assist in personnel certification.

vi.To assist in monitoring pilots, flight instructors, designated pilot examiners, check airmen, aviation organization operations and training activities and advise on appropriate action against non-compliance.

vii.To perform any other related duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor


QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:

A minimum of Advanced Secondary Education certificate majoring in science subjects and a professional license, Commercial Pilot License (CPL), Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL)/ flying experience of at least 5 years and a minimum of 5000 flight hours as a Pilot.

REMUNERATION: Salary Scale TCAA SS. 10

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Job Opportunity at TCAA, Quality Assurance Officer

QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICER II – 1 POST

Employer: TANZANIA CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
Date Published: 2019-08-21
Application Deadline: 2019-09-04

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

i.To assist in ensuring that the Authority enhances customer satisfaction by effective application of the quality management systems and assurance of conformity to customer and regulatory requirements;

ii.To assist in providing the Divisions quality teams with clear guidelines for their responsibilities;

iii.To assist in identifying issues and opportunities for quality improvement in the Authority;

iv.To assist in recording, maintaining and managing data that is associated with the Quality Management System;

v.To perform any other related duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor Degree in Aeronautical Science, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic, Telecommunication Engineering, Process Engineering or Production Engineering or equivalent academic qualifications with a certificate in quality management.

REMUNERATION: Salary Scale TCAA SS. 7

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CBE, TUDARCo and UOI: Students Selected to Join Degree Programmes 2019/20

First Round Selection of Bachelor Degree Students 2019/2020
College of Business Education (CBE) SINGLE and MULTIPLE Selections
The College History in brief:
The origin of the College of Business Education (CBE) is closely linked to the history of the Nation itself. It was soon after Independence on 9th December 1961, that the newly independent state found itself in need of trained personnel to Commercial and Industrial activities. At that time there were very few nationals with commercial education and expertise.

The need to train nationals for the commercial sector therefore gave birth to a business training institute in the country. His Excellency, J.K. Nyerere, the first President of the United Republic of Tanzania officially opened the new College in Dar es Salaam – January 1965. The College was officially named the “College of Business Education” (CBE).
Over the years the College has grown in size and a second campus was opened in Dodoma in October, 1983. This campus was also officially opened by the then President Mwalimu J.K. Nyerere. The College opened another campus in Mwanza in December, 2007. Recently, in 2013 the College established another campus in Mbeya which currently offers Ordinary Diploma and Basic Certificate courses. The number of programmes has increased from one (1) in 1965 to ten (10) in 2018.
College of Business Education (CBE) Selection 2019/20 | SINGLE and MULTIPLE Selections
CBE selection, for 2019/2020 academic session is out and now available online.
Please click on the following respective links to see the selected students in 2019/202 academic year and confirmation: DOWNLOAD NAMES IN PDF FILE HERE!

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TUDARCo: Student Selected Join Tumaini University
Dar es Salaam College 2019/20 Round One
OVERVIEW
Tumaini University Dar es Salaam College (TUDARCo) is one of four Constituent Colleges of Tumaini University Makumira (TUMA). The other three are Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College, Stefano Moshi Memorial University College and the Josiah Kibira University College. In addition TUMA has one Teaching Centre, the Mbeya TUMA Teaching Centre. TUDARCo was awarded its Letter of Interim Authority on 1st July 2004 and its Certificate of Provisional Registration on July 14th 2005.

Certificate of Full Registration was granted in 2007. TUDARCo was awarded its Charter on 20th August, 2013 by HE The President of the United Republic of Tanzania. TUDARCo is owned by the Lutheran church, however, recruitment of staff and admission of students is irrespective of their faith.
TUDARCo joined the Tumaini University family on 1st April, 2003 having existed since 1997 as Waldorf College Tanzania. It has since grown from 249 students during 2004/2005 academic year to over 2,300 students during 2013/2014 academic year.
These students were initially enrolled in three degree programmes, namely – the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of Arts in Library and Information Service (BALIS) and the Bachelor of Laws (LL.B). The range of degree
Programmes has grown from three to seven and now includes the Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication (BMC), Bachelor of Arts in Information Management (BIM), Bachelor of Human Resources Management (BHRM) and Bachelor of Arts with Education (BAED).

In addition, the College offers two Diploma Programmes, namely Diploma in Business Administration and Management (DBAM), Diploma in Law (DL) and three Certificate Programmes which are Certificate in Law (CL), Certificate in Accounting and Business Administration (CABA) and Certificate in Records Management (CRM)

TUDARCo: SELECTED CANDIDATES FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR2019/2020 DEGREE PROGRAMMES

The candidates listed in the attached PDF file below have been selected to join Tumaini University Dar Es Salaam College (TUDARCo) for the academic year 2019/2020

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UOI:Selected Students To Join Iringa University 2019/20

The University community at large, and the University Management in particular, cordially welcome newcomers, be it students or staff, as well as visitors to the University of Iringa so as to give your contributions to its future, but also to take the opportunity to discover a learning experience that will definitely widen the horizons of your personal, academic, intellectual, and moral boundaries.

SELECTION 2019/2020

Please click on the following respective links to see the selected students for different levels of studies in 2019/202 academic year

16 New Job Vacancies at Mwenge Catholic University

Mwenge Catholic University (MWECAU) was established in 2005. The University was formally known as Mwenge University College of Education (MWUCE). Historically the University was started as a teacher Training college in 2001 known as St. Joseph’s Teachers Training College. The University is owned by Tanzania Episcope Conference (TEC) with an open access and equal opportunity to Students and staff of different faiths and backgrounds. Since its establishment as a teacher training college, the University has been involved in active academic, research and community engagement efforts to fulfill its mandate as a distinguished academic institution as well responding to the government policy of expanding education facilities and training to private sector in Tanzania.
Indeed, the University was opened in response to government requests for the quantity and quality expansion of secondary and higher education in the country. When St. Joseph’s Teacher Training College was opened its focus was on training secondary school science teachers on the diploma level. MWECAU has of late expanded and broadened its initial vision to focus on broader issues of academic and research initiatives. Thus, the University has increased and improved the capacity of its staff in teaching, research and consulting, introduced new undergraduate and postgraduate programs, expanded the physical facilities, enhanced the organization structure and governance, and improved an ability to generate and manage diversified sources of finance.
With these developments, MWECAU registered about 4300 students and employed about 160 diversified academic and non academic staff. Currently the University offers courses ranging from certificate to PhD levels.
Programmes on offer include PhD in Education, Masters of Education, Master of Business Administration, Postgraduate Diploma in Education, Bachelors degree in Education, Business Administration, Mathematics and Statistics, Geography and Environmental Studies and Humanities. Certificates and diploma courses include ICT, Laboratory Technology, Business Administrations, Accounting, Procurement, Library, Laws and Humanities.
Mwenge Catholic University (MWECAU) invites applications from suitably qualified Tanzanians to be considered for immediate employment to fill the following vacancies in the (click and zoom in the image below to see the position and apply)

DOWNLOAD PDF FILE YA TANGAZO KAMILI: To read full job details an how to apply, please download official PDF file through the link below:

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New Jobs At New light children Centre organization (NELICO)


JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT NELICO
NELICO
New Light Children Centre Organization (NELICO). Is a Non-profit, Non- Governmental Organization registered under the Non-Governmental Organizations Act No. 24 of 2002 on 28th March 2006 and awarded with registration certificate No. 00NGO/0739. NELICO currently operate in Geita Region focusing on supporting Orphans, Most Vulnerable children and Youth by providing free legal services to the marginalized groups, direct support to MVC, Youth involvement, Health awareness, improved quality education and Psychosocial Support to women, children and people with Disability.

ABOUT PROJECT
The KIZAZI KIPYA project, or New Generation, is working to transform the lives of vulnerable Tanzanian children and young people, particularly those affected by HIV. This five-year project builds on years of collaboration between Pact and USAID in Tanzania that already has made a significant, measurable difference for the country’s youth. KIZAZI KIPYA planned outcomes include better financial resources for parents and caregivers of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), as well as improved access to health and HIV services for children and adolescents, including those who are hard to reach.

The project is working across all regions of Tanzania. Partners include the Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric AIDS Foundation, the Aga Khan Foundation, Railway Children Africa, the Ifakara Health Institute and for local NGO who partner with Pact such as NELICO has two council of Chato and Bukombe, whereby for Chato Council has 2,351 target to perform for this instance they should serve ( 2,351 total target) Household to be served 608 and OVC 1,837.
NELICO employs competent, dynamic individuals with strong technical knowledge and public health management skills in implementing the program objectives. NELICO is now seeking to fill the below positions for the USAID KIZAZI KIPYA project – the enclosed Job Descriptions include vacancies for the following positions as described in the attached PDF file:

Job Opportunity at TCAA, Personal Licensing Assistant

Job Opportunity at TCAA, Personal Licensing Assistant

PERSONNEL LICENSING ASSISTANT II (1 POST)

Employer: TANZANIA CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
Date Published: 2019-08-21
Application Deadline: 2019-09-04

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

i.To maintain records for aviation personnel licensing and certificates in accordance with civil aviation Regulations.

ii.To assist in maintaining data base of license holders for statistical purposes.

iii.To assist in maintaining aircraft register and sale of documents

iv.To assist in processing of license applications, ratings and examinations.

v.To perform any other related duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.


QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Holder of Form 4 or Form 6 Certificate and Certificate in Flight Operations (Dispatcher) or any related field in aviation from an approved Training Organization.

REMUNERATION: Salary Scale TCAA SS. 3

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