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Oct 24, 2014


Waziri wa Maliasili na Utalii,Lazaro Nyalandu akizungumza wakati wa kikao kilicho shirikisha Kamati ya Bunge ya Ardhi,Maliasili na Mazingira,Wabunge katika majimbo ya mikoa ya Arusha na Kilimanjaro,Wakuu wa wilaya zinazopakana na mlima Kilimanjaro na mlima Meru,TANAPA na Idara ya Misitu,(kulia)ni kaimu mkuu wa mkoa wa Kilimanjaro ,Ibrahim Msengi.
Naibu waziri wa TAMISEMI ambaye pia ni mbunge wa jimbo la Siha ,akichangia wakati wa kikao cha kuanzishwa kwa mchakato wa uanzishwaji mfumo wa kiikolojia wa mlima Kilimanjaro na Mlima Meru ambao utalinda milima yote miwili.
Makamau mwenyekiti wa kamati ya Bunge ya Ardhi,Maliasili na Mazingira,Abdulkarim Shah akizungumza katika kikao hicho kimetokana na wabunge wa mkoa wa Kilimanjaro kuomba kuanzishwa kwa mfuko wa kulinda mlima Kilimanjaro.
Baadhi ya washiriki wa kikao hicho kilichofanyika katika Hotel ya Sal salnero wakifuatilia michango mbalimbali iliyokuwa ikitolewa katika kikao hicho.
Mbunge wa Jimbo la Vunjo ,Agustino Mrema akichangia hoja katika kikao hicho.
Mbunge wa Jimbo la Arumeru Mashariki ,Joshua Nassar akichangia katika uanzishwaji wa mfuko huo.
Katibu wa Mbunge wa Moshi mjini,Basil Lema akichangia jambo katika kikao hicho akiwa amemwakilisha Mbunge Philemoni Ndesamburo.
Baadhi ya washiriki katika kikao hicho.
Kaimu mkuu wa mkoa wa Kilimanjaro ambaye pia ni mkuu wa wilaya ya Moshi Ibrahimu Msengi akichangia katika uanzishwaji wa mfuko wa kulinda mlima Kilimanjaro na mlima Meru.
Mkuu wa wilaya ya Rombo Elinasi Palangyo akizungumza katika kikao hicho,wilaya ya Rombo ni moja ya wilaya ambazo zinapakana na mlima Kilimanjaro.
Mkuu wa wilaya ya Siha Dk ,Charles Mlingwa akizungumza katika kikao hicho,wilaya ya Siha ni moja ya wilaya ambazo zinapakana na mlima Kilimanjaro.
Mkuu wa wilaya ya Hai,Novatus Makunga akizungumza katika kikao hicho,wilaya ya Hai ni moja ya wilaya ambazo zinapakana na mlima Kilimanjaro.
Mbunge wa Arumeru Mashariki ,Joshua Nassar,akiwa pamoja na Mbunge Suzan Kiwanga na katibu wa Mbunge wa jimbo la Moshi mjini ,Basil Lema.
Mkurugenzi wa Wakala wa Misitu (TFS) Juma Mgoo akieleza namna ambavyo mfuko huo utasaidia katika kuimarisha ulinzi wa rasilimali ya misitu.
Mhifadhi mkuu wa hifadhi ya Arusha(ANAPA) Betrita Loibook akichangia katika kikao hicho.
Mhifadhi ,idara ya ujirani mwema ,Theodora Batiho akichangia jambo katika kikao hicho.
Washiriki wa kikao hicho wakifuatilia majadiliano.
Waziri wa Maliasili na Utalii,Lazaro Nyalandu akihitimisha kikao cha majadiliano juu ya kuanzishwa kwa mfuko wa kulinda mlima Kilimanjaro na Mlima Meru.
Na Dixon Busagaga

UTALII NA MATUKIO :WIZARA YA MALIASILI YABARIKI KUANZISHWA KWA MFUKO WA KULINDA MLIMA KILIMANJARO NA MLIMA MERU

Posted by Gadiola 24.10.14  |  in  UTALII  |  Soma Zaidi»


Waziri wa Maliasili na Utalii,Lazaro Nyalandu akizungumza wakati wa kikao kilicho shirikisha Kamati ya Bunge ya Ardhi,Maliasili na Mazingira,Wabunge katika majimbo ya mikoa ya Arusha na Kilimanjaro,Wakuu wa wilaya zinazopakana na mlima Kilimanjaro na mlima Meru,TANAPA na Idara ya Misitu,(kulia)ni kaimu mkuu wa mkoa wa Kilimanjaro ,Ibrahim Msengi.
Naibu waziri wa TAMISEMI ambaye pia ni mbunge wa jimbo la Siha ,akichangia wakati wa kikao cha kuanzishwa kwa mchakato wa uanzishwaji mfumo wa kiikolojia wa mlima Kilimanjaro na Mlima Meru ambao utalinda milima yote miwili.
Makamau mwenyekiti wa kamati ya Bunge ya Ardhi,Maliasili na Mazingira,Abdulkarim Shah akizungumza katika kikao hicho kimetokana na wabunge wa mkoa wa Kilimanjaro kuomba kuanzishwa kwa mfuko wa kulinda mlima Kilimanjaro.
Baadhi ya washiriki wa kikao hicho kilichofanyika katika Hotel ya Sal salnero wakifuatilia michango mbalimbali iliyokuwa ikitolewa katika kikao hicho.
Mbunge wa Jimbo la Vunjo ,Agustino Mrema akichangia hoja katika kikao hicho.
Mbunge wa Jimbo la Arumeru Mashariki ,Joshua Nassar akichangia katika uanzishwaji wa mfuko huo.
Katibu wa Mbunge wa Moshi mjini,Basil Lema akichangia jambo katika kikao hicho akiwa amemwakilisha Mbunge Philemoni Ndesamburo.
Baadhi ya washiriki katika kikao hicho.
Kaimu mkuu wa mkoa wa Kilimanjaro ambaye pia ni mkuu wa wilaya ya Moshi Ibrahimu Msengi akichangia katika uanzishwaji wa mfuko wa kulinda mlima Kilimanjaro na mlima Meru.
Mkuu wa wilaya ya Rombo Elinasi Palangyo akizungumza katika kikao hicho,wilaya ya Rombo ni moja ya wilaya ambazo zinapakana na mlima Kilimanjaro.
Mkuu wa wilaya ya Siha Dk ,Charles Mlingwa akizungumza katika kikao hicho,wilaya ya Siha ni moja ya wilaya ambazo zinapakana na mlima Kilimanjaro.
Mkuu wa wilaya ya Hai,Novatus Makunga akizungumza katika kikao hicho,wilaya ya Hai ni moja ya wilaya ambazo zinapakana na mlima Kilimanjaro.
Mbunge wa Arumeru Mashariki ,Joshua Nassar,akiwa pamoja na Mbunge Suzan Kiwanga na katibu wa Mbunge wa jimbo la Moshi mjini ,Basil Lema.
Mkurugenzi wa Wakala wa Misitu (TFS) Juma Mgoo akieleza namna ambavyo mfuko huo utasaidia katika kuimarisha ulinzi wa rasilimali ya misitu.
Mhifadhi mkuu wa hifadhi ya Arusha(ANAPA) Betrita Loibook akichangia katika kikao hicho.
Mhifadhi ,idara ya ujirani mwema ,Theodora Batiho akichangia jambo katika kikao hicho.
Washiriki wa kikao hicho wakifuatilia majadiliano.
Waziri wa Maliasili na Utalii,Lazaro Nyalandu akihitimisha kikao cha majadiliano juu ya kuanzishwa kwa mfuko wa kulinda mlima Kilimanjaro na Mlima Meru.
Na Dixon Busagaga

Kamishna Jenerali wa Jeshi la Magereza, John Casmir Minja(kulia) akikabidhi funguo za Basi dogo kwa Kaimu Mkuu wa Shule ya Sekondari Bwawani, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Emmanuel Lwinga(kushoto). Basi hilo litatumiwa na Wanafunzi katika ziara mbambali za Mafunzo hivyo kuondoa kero kubwa ya Usafiri shuleni hapo.
Kaimu Mkuu wa Shule ya Sekondari Bwawani Sekondari, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Emmanuel Lwinga akijaribisha kuwasha gari jipya lililokabidhiwa na Kamishna Jenerali wa Magereza, John Casmir Minja(hayupo pichani) katika Mahafali ya Kumi na moja ya Kidato cha Nne Bwawani Sekondari yaliyofanyika Oktoba 22, 2014.
Muonekano wa Basi dogo lenye Na. MT. 0341 lililokabidhiwa Oktoba 22, 2014 na Kamishna Jenerali wa Magereza, John Casmir Minja(hayupo pichani) katika Mahafali ya Kidato cha Nne ya Shule ya Sekondari Bwawani, Mkoani Pwani. Basi hilo litatumiwa na Wanafunzi wa Bwawani Sekondari katika ziara mbalimbali za Mafunzo.
Kamishna Jenerali wa Jeshi la Magereza, John Casmir Minja(aliyevaa skafu) akiwa meza Kuu amesimama na Viongozi mbalimbali Waalikwa wakati Wahitimu Wakiimba Wimbo Maalum wa Shule katika Mahafali ya Kumi na Moja ya Kidato cha Nne Bwawani Sekondari Oktoba 22, 2014(wa pili kushoto) ni Kamishna wa Fedha na Utawala wa Jeshi la Magereza, Gaston Sanga(wa kwanza kushoto) ni Mkuu wa Magereza Mkoani Morogoro, Kamishna Msaidizi Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Kato Rugainunula (wa kwanza kulia) ni Kaimu Mkuu wa Shule ya Bwawani Sekondari, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Emmanuel Lwinga.
Kamishna Jenerali wa Magereza Nchini, John Casmir Minja akikabidhi cheti kwa Mhitimu wa Kidato cha Nne katika Mahafali ya Kidato cha Nne Bwawani Sekondari Oktoba 22, 2014. Jumla ya Wahitimu 95 wametunukiwa cheti cha kuhitimu Elimu ya Kidato cha Nne katika Shule hiyo inayomilikiwa na Jeshi Magereza, Mkoani Pwani.
Kamishna Jenerali wa Jeshi la Magereza John Casmir Minja akitoa hotuba yake fupi katika Mahafali ya Kumi na Moja ya Kidato cha Nne Bwawani Sekondari yaliyofanyika Oktoba 22, 2014 Mkoani Pwani.
Sehemu ya Wahitimu katika Mahafali ya Kumi na Moja ya Kidato cha Nne, Bwawani Sekondari wakisikiliza hotuba ya Mgeni rasmi, Kamishna Jenerali wa Magereza, John Casmir Minja(hayupo pichani).
Kikundi cha Wasanii kinachoundwa na Wanafunzi wa Bwawani Sekondari kikijiandaa kutumbuiza mbele ya Mgeni rasmi katika Mahafali ya Kumi na Moja ya Kidato cha Nne Shule ya Bwawani Sekondari, Mahafali hayo yamefanyika Oktoba 22, 2014, Mkoani Pwani.
Mama mzazi wa Mhitimu wa Kidato cha Nne kutoka familia ya Kifugaji ya Kimasai akimbusu mkono Mtoto wake ambaye amehitimu Elimu ya Kidato cha Nne katika Shule inayomilikiwa na Jeshi la Magereza, Bwawani Sekondari iliyopo Mkoani Pwani. Mahafali hayo yamefanyika Oktoba 22, 2014.
Kamishna Jenerali wa Magereza Nchini, John Casmir Minja(katikati) akiwa na Wahitimu wa Kidato cha Nne katika Mahafali ya Kumi na moja ya Kidato cha Nne ya Shule ya Sekondari Bwawani inayomilikiwa na Jeshi la Magereza. Mahafali hayo yamefanyika Oktoba 22, 2014 katika Bwalo la Bwawani Sekondari, Mkoani Pwani
(Picha na Lucas Mboje wa Jeshi la Magereza).

MATUKIO :Kamishna Jenerali wa Jeshi la Magereza akabidhi zawadi ya basi dogo Bwawani Sekondari katika mahafali ya kumi na moja ya kidato cha nne yaliyofanyika mkoani Pwani

Posted by Gadiola 24.10.14  |  in  MATUKIO  |  Soma Zaidi»

Kamishna Jenerali wa Jeshi la Magereza, John Casmir Minja(kulia) akikabidhi funguo za Basi dogo kwa Kaimu Mkuu wa Shule ya Sekondari Bwawani, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Emmanuel Lwinga(kushoto). Basi hilo litatumiwa na Wanafunzi katika ziara mbambali za Mafunzo hivyo kuondoa kero kubwa ya Usafiri shuleni hapo.
Kaimu Mkuu wa Shule ya Sekondari Bwawani Sekondari, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Emmanuel Lwinga akijaribisha kuwasha gari jipya lililokabidhiwa na Kamishna Jenerali wa Magereza, John Casmir Minja(hayupo pichani) katika Mahafali ya Kumi na moja ya Kidato cha Nne Bwawani Sekondari yaliyofanyika Oktoba 22, 2014.
Muonekano wa Basi dogo lenye Na. MT. 0341 lililokabidhiwa Oktoba 22, 2014 na Kamishna Jenerali wa Magereza, John Casmir Minja(hayupo pichani) katika Mahafali ya Kidato cha Nne ya Shule ya Sekondari Bwawani, Mkoani Pwani. Basi hilo litatumiwa na Wanafunzi wa Bwawani Sekondari katika ziara mbalimbali za Mafunzo.
Kamishna Jenerali wa Jeshi la Magereza, John Casmir Minja(aliyevaa skafu) akiwa meza Kuu amesimama na Viongozi mbalimbali Waalikwa wakati Wahitimu Wakiimba Wimbo Maalum wa Shule katika Mahafali ya Kumi na Moja ya Kidato cha Nne Bwawani Sekondari Oktoba 22, 2014(wa pili kushoto) ni Kamishna wa Fedha na Utawala wa Jeshi la Magereza, Gaston Sanga(wa kwanza kushoto) ni Mkuu wa Magereza Mkoani Morogoro, Kamishna Msaidizi Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Kato Rugainunula (wa kwanza kulia) ni Kaimu Mkuu wa Shule ya Bwawani Sekondari, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Emmanuel Lwinga.
Kamishna Jenerali wa Magereza Nchini, John Casmir Minja akikabidhi cheti kwa Mhitimu wa Kidato cha Nne katika Mahafali ya Kidato cha Nne Bwawani Sekondari Oktoba 22, 2014. Jumla ya Wahitimu 95 wametunukiwa cheti cha kuhitimu Elimu ya Kidato cha Nne katika Shule hiyo inayomilikiwa na Jeshi Magereza, Mkoani Pwani.
Kamishna Jenerali wa Jeshi la Magereza John Casmir Minja akitoa hotuba yake fupi katika Mahafali ya Kumi na Moja ya Kidato cha Nne Bwawani Sekondari yaliyofanyika Oktoba 22, 2014 Mkoani Pwani.
Sehemu ya Wahitimu katika Mahafali ya Kumi na Moja ya Kidato cha Nne, Bwawani Sekondari wakisikiliza hotuba ya Mgeni rasmi, Kamishna Jenerali wa Magereza, John Casmir Minja(hayupo pichani).
Kikundi cha Wasanii kinachoundwa na Wanafunzi wa Bwawani Sekondari kikijiandaa kutumbuiza mbele ya Mgeni rasmi katika Mahafali ya Kumi na Moja ya Kidato cha Nne Shule ya Bwawani Sekondari, Mahafali hayo yamefanyika Oktoba 22, 2014, Mkoani Pwani.
Mama mzazi wa Mhitimu wa Kidato cha Nne kutoka familia ya Kifugaji ya Kimasai akimbusu mkono Mtoto wake ambaye amehitimu Elimu ya Kidato cha Nne katika Shule inayomilikiwa na Jeshi la Magereza, Bwawani Sekondari iliyopo Mkoani Pwani. Mahafali hayo yamefanyika Oktoba 22, 2014.
Kamishna Jenerali wa Magereza Nchini, John Casmir Minja(katikati) akiwa na Wahitimu wa Kidato cha Nne katika Mahafali ya Kumi na moja ya Kidato cha Nne ya Shule ya Sekondari Bwawani inayomilikiwa na Jeshi la Magereza. Mahafali hayo yamefanyika Oktoba 22, 2014 katika Bwalo la Bwawani Sekondari, Mkoani Pwani
(Picha na Lucas Mboje wa Jeshi la Magereza).


Mkuu wa Wilaya ya Arumeru, Mhe. Mnasa Nyerembe akitoa hotuba kwa niaba ya Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Arusha, Mhe. Magese Mulongo ya kufunga Warsha ya siku tatu kuhusu Amani na Usalama Barani Afrika iliyoandaliwa na Umoja wa Afrika na kufanyika katika Hoteli ya Mount Meru Jijini Arusha.
Balozi wa Tanzania katika Umoja wa Afrika na nchini Ethiopia, Mhe. Naimi Aziz kwa pamoja na Balozi wa Ethiopia katika Umoja wa Afrika Mhe. Konjit Sinegiorgis wakimsikiliza Mkuu wa Wilaya ya Arumeru, Mhe. Nyerembe (hayupo pichani) alipokuwa akifunga Warsha hiyo ya Amani na Usalama Barani Afrika iliyowakutanisha Mabalozi, Wataalam wa masuala ya Amani na Wasuluhishi.
Sehemu nyingine ya Wajumbe wakimsikiliza Mhe. Nyerembe (hayupo pichani) akiwemo Rais Mstaafu wa Cape Verde, Mhe. Pedro Pires (kulia)
Kaimu Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Afrika katika Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Bi. Zuhura Bundala akifuatilia kwa makini hotuba ya kufunga warsha ya amani na usalama iliyokuwa ikitolewa na Mkuu wa Wilaya ya Arumeru, Mhe. Nyerembe (hayupo pichani).
Wajumbe waliokuwepo wakati wa kufunga warsha ya amani na usalama.
Kamishna wa Amani na Usalama katika Kamisheni ya Umoja wa Afrika, Balozi Smail Chergui akitoa neno la shukrani kwa Uongozi wa Mkoa wa Arusha na kwa Serikali ya Tanzania kwa ujumla kwa kuwa mwenyeji wa warsha hiyo ya siku tatu ambapo wajumbe wamenufaika na masuala yote yalijadiliwa pamoja na huduma nzuri.
Balozi Mstaafu, Prof. Joram Biswaro (kulia) akifuatialia hotuba  ya Balozi Chergui (hayupo pichani)
Bi. Shella Mbita, Mtoto wa Balozi Hashim Mbita nae pia alikuwa mmoja wa wajumbe waliohudhuria warsha ya amani na usalama jijini Arusha (Picha zote na Rosemary Malale) ===============================================
Na.  Ally Kondo, Arusha
Warsha ya siku tatu kuhusu Amani na Usalama Barani Afrika iliyoandaliwa na Umoja wa Afrika (AU) imehitimishwa jijini Arusha siku ya Alhamisi tarehe 23 Oktoba 2014. Warsha hiyo ambayo kaulimbiu yake ilikuwa “Silaha zisitumike kuuwa watu Barani Afrika ifikapo mwaka 2020” ilimalizika kwa wajumbe kutoa Rasimu ya Tamko la Arusha (Arusha Declaration). 
Katika Tamko hilo, kumebainishwa asili ya migogoro inayohusu nchi moja au baina ya nchi na nchi nyingine, vitu vinavyochochea migogoro na ukosefu wa utulivu Barani Afrika, wanaochochea na kudhamini migogoro pamoja na athari za maendeleo ya dunia kwa Bara la Afrika.
Aidha, Tamko hilo limeainisha juhudi zinazofanywa katika kukabiliana na vitendo vya siasa kali, uhalifu wa kimataifa na athari za mabadiliko ya tabianchi katika amani na usalama.
Tamko limebainisha pia kuwa migogoro mingi katika nchi za Afrika inasababishwa na ukosefu wa utawala bora katika Serikali, uwajibikaji, uwazi, uongozi shirikishi pamoja na kushindwa kutatua changamoto za umasikini na ukosefu wa usawa.
Kwa mujibu wa Tamko hilo, wajumbe kwa kauli moja walikubaliana na hoja kuwa ili nchi za Afrika ziondokane na matatizo hayo, hazina budi kutekeleza miongozo na maamuzi yanayotolewa na AU kuhusu amani, usalama na uongozi. Walisema kuwa maamuzi hayo yanatoa dira nzuri ya namna ya kukabiliana na changamoto za usalama Barani Afrika, isipokuwa nchi za Afrika hazina utamaduni wa kuyatekeleza.
Hivyo, wajumbe walisisitiza umuhimu kwa nchi wanachama wa AU kutekeleza maamuzi yote yanayofanywa na kuridhiwa na AU, Jumuiya za Kikanda na wadau wengine.
Aidha, walitoa wito kwa nchi wanachama wa AU, Kamisheni ya AU, Jumuiya za Kikanda, Baraza la Amani na Usalama la AU na wadau wengine kulipa kipaumbele suala la kuweka utaratibu wa kufanya tathmini ya utekelezaji wa maamuzi hayo.
Sanjari na hayo, wajumbe walipongeza mabadiliko chanya yanayotokea Barani Afrika ikiwa ni pamoja na kupungua kwa migogoro ya kutumia silaha, kuongezeka kwa chaguzi za kidemokrasia, kukua kwa uchumi na ongezeko la kasi ya kupambana na vitendo vya ufisadi katika nchi nyingi za Afrika.
Licha ya maboresho hayo, wajumbe walielezea wasiwasi wao   kuhusu tishio linalotokana na changamoto mpya katika amani na usalama wa Bara la Afrika. Walihimiza umuhimu wa kutumia mbinu za kibunifu kukabiliana na changamoto hizo ambazo ni; uhalifu wa kimataifa kama vile ugaidi, uharamia, biashara haramu ya binadamu, biashara ya silaha na dawa za kulevya na biashara ya fedha haramu.
Wakati wa kufunga warsha hiyo ambayo iliwakutanisha Mabalozi, wasuluhishi, wajumbe maalum, wawakilishi wa Jumuiya za Kimataifa na wasomi mbalimbali, Mkuu wa Wilaya ya Arumeru, Mhe. Mnasa Nyerembe alielezea matumani yake kuwa, washiriki walipata fursa nzuri ya kujadili kwa kina chanzo cha migogoro Barani Afrika na kupendekeza njia muafaka za kukabiliana nayo. Alisisitiza umuhimu wa mapendekezo hayo kuingizwa katika sera za kitaifa, kikanda na kimataifa ili yaweze kuwa na manufaa.

MATUKIO :WARSHA YA KUHUSU AMANI NA USALAMA BARANI AFRIKA YAHITIMISHWA JIJINI ARUSHA

Posted by Gadiola 24.10.14  |  in  MATUKIO  |  Soma Zaidi»


Mkuu wa Wilaya ya Arumeru, Mhe. Mnasa Nyerembe akitoa hotuba kwa niaba ya Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Arusha, Mhe. Magese Mulongo ya kufunga Warsha ya siku tatu kuhusu Amani na Usalama Barani Afrika iliyoandaliwa na Umoja wa Afrika na kufanyika katika Hoteli ya Mount Meru Jijini Arusha.
Balozi wa Tanzania katika Umoja wa Afrika na nchini Ethiopia, Mhe. Naimi Aziz kwa pamoja na Balozi wa Ethiopia katika Umoja wa Afrika Mhe. Konjit Sinegiorgis wakimsikiliza Mkuu wa Wilaya ya Arumeru, Mhe. Nyerembe (hayupo pichani) alipokuwa akifunga Warsha hiyo ya Amani na Usalama Barani Afrika iliyowakutanisha Mabalozi, Wataalam wa masuala ya Amani na Wasuluhishi.
Sehemu nyingine ya Wajumbe wakimsikiliza Mhe. Nyerembe (hayupo pichani) akiwemo Rais Mstaafu wa Cape Verde, Mhe. Pedro Pires (kulia)
Kaimu Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Afrika katika Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Bi. Zuhura Bundala akifuatilia kwa makini hotuba ya kufunga warsha ya amani na usalama iliyokuwa ikitolewa na Mkuu wa Wilaya ya Arumeru, Mhe. Nyerembe (hayupo pichani).
Wajumbe waliokuwepo wakati wa kufunga warsha ya amani na usalama.
Kamishna wa Amani na Usalama katika Kamisheni ya Umoja wa Afrika, Balozi Smail Chergui akitoa neno la shukrani kwa Uongozi wa Mkoa wa Arusha na kwa Serikali ya Tanzania kwa ujumla kwa kuwa mwenyeji wa warsha hiyo ya siku tatu ambapo wajumbe wamenufaika na masuala yote yalijadiliwa pamoja na huduma nzuri.
Balozi Mstaafu, Prof. Joram Biswaro (kulia) akifuatialia hotuba  ya Balozi Chergui (hayupo pichani)
Bi. Shella Mbita, Mtoto wa Balozi Hashim Mbita nae pia alikuwa mmoja wa wajumbe waliohudhuria warsha ya amani na usalama jijini Arusha (Picha zote na Rosemary Malale) ===============================================
Na.  Ally Kondo, Arusha
Warsha ya siku tatu kuhusu Amani na Usalama Barani Afrika iliyoandaliwa na Umoja wa Afrika (AU) imehitimishwa jijini Arusha siku ya Alhamisi tarehe 23 Oktoba 2014. Warsha hiyo ambayo kaulimbiu yake ilikuwa “Silaha zisitumike kuuwa watu Barani Afrika ifikapo mwaka 2020” ilimalizika kwa wajumbe kutoa Rasimu ya Tamko la Arusha (Arusha Declaration). 
Katika Tamko hilo, kumebainishwa asili ya migogoro inayohusu nchi moja au baina ya nchi na nchi nyingine, vitu vinavyochochea migogoro na ukosefu wa utulivu Barani Afrika, wanaochochea na kudhamini migogoro pamoja na athari za maendeleo ya dunia kwa Bara la Afrika.
Aidha, Tamko hilo limeainisha juhudi zinazofanywa katika kukabiliana na vitendo vya siasa kali, uhalifu wa kimataifa na athari za mabadiliko ya tabianchi katika amani na usalama.
Tamko limebainisha pia kuwa migogoro mingi katika nchi za Afrika inasababishwa na ukosefu wa utawala bora katika Serikali, uwajibikaji, uwazi, uongozi shirikishi pamoja na kushindwa kutatua changamoto za umasikini na ukosefu wa usawa.
Kwa mujibu wa Tamko hilo, wajumbe kwa kauli moja walikubaliana na hoja kuwa ili nchi za Afrika ziondokane na matatizo hayo, hazina budi kutekeleza miongozo na maamuzi yanayotolewa na AU kuhusu amani, usalama na uongozi. Walisema kuwa maamuzi hayo yanatoa dira nzuri ya namna ya kukabiliana na changamoto za usalama Barani Afrika, isipokuwa nchi za Afrika hazina utamaduni wa kuyatekeleza.
Hivyo, wajumbe walisisitiza umuhimu kwa nchi wanachama wa AU kutekeleza maamuzi yote yanayofanywa na kuridhiwa na AU, Jumuiya za Kikanda na wadau wengine.
Aidha, walitoa wito kwa nchi wanachama wa AU, Kamisheni ya AU, Jumuiya za Kikanda, Baraza la Amani na Usalama la AU na wadau wengine kulipa kipaumbele suala la kuweka utaratibu wa kufanya tathmini ya utekelezaji wa maamuzi hayo.
Sanjari na hayo, wajumbe walipongeza mabadiliko chanya yanayotokea Barani Afrika ikiwa ni pamoja na kupungua kwa migogoro ya kutumia silaha, kuongezeka kwa chaguzi za kidemokrasia, kukua kwa uchumi na ongezeko la kasi ya kupambana na vitendo vya ufisadi katika nchi nyingi za Afrika.
Licha ya maboresho hayo, wajumbe walielezea wasiwasi wao   kuhusu tishio linalotokana na changamoto mpya katika amani na usalama wa Bara la Afrika. Walihimiza umuhimu wa kutumia mbinu za kibunifu kukabiliana na changamoto hizo ambazo ni; uhalifu wa kimataifa kama vile ugaidi, uharamia, biashara haramu ya binadamu, biashara ya silaha na dawa za kulevya na biashara ya fedha haramu.
Wakati wa kufunga warsha hiyo ambayo iliwakutanisha Mabalozi, wasuluhishi, wajumbe maalum, wawakilishi wa Jumuiya za Kimataifa na wasomi mbalimbali, Mkuu wa Wilaya ya Arumeru, Mhe. Mnasa Nyerembe alielezea matumani yake kuwa, washiriki walipata fursa nzuri ya kujadili kwa kina chanzo cha migogoro Barani Afrika na kupendekeza njia muafaka za kukabiliana nayo. Alisisitiza umuhimu wa mapendekezo hayo kuingizwa katika sera za kitaifa, kikanda na kimataifa ili yaweze kuwa na manufaa.

Oct 23, 2014


 President Dr.Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete together with Professor Li Songshan unveils a plaque to officially inaugurate the African Village in Beijing China this evening. The African Village is an African art and cultural centre founded by Professor Li Songsham and his wife Dr. Hon Rong who lived and worked in Tanzania in the 70’s and are now back in China. During the Ocassion the President also signed the visitors book.Photos by Freddy Maro

MATUKIO :PRESIDENT JAKAYA KIKWETE INAUGURATES AFRICAN CULTURAL CENTRE IN BEIJING CHINA

Posted by Gadiola 23.10.14  |  in  UTALII  |  Soma Zaidi»


 President Dr.Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete together with Professor Li Songshan unveils a plaque to officially inaugurate the African Village in Beijing China this evening. The African Village is an African art and cultural centre founded by Professor Li Songsham and his wife Dr. Hon Rong who lived and worked in Tanzania in the 70’s and are now back in China. During the Ocassion the President also signed the visitors book.Photos by Freddy Maro


 Meneja Kanda ya Kaskazini wa Mfuko wa Pensheni wa LAPF, Rajabu Kinande,  akizungumza na Waandishi wa habari mjini Arusha, kuhusu Mkutano wa 7 wa Wadau wa LAPF, unaokwenda sambamba na  maadhimisho ya miaka 70 tangu kuanzishwa kwa Mfuko huo wa Pensheni wa LAPF. Kushoto ni Meneja LAPF Kanda ya Dar es Salaam, Amina Kassim, na Meneja Masoko wa LAPF, James Mlowe.
Meneja Kanda ya Dar es Salaam wa Mfuko wa Pensheni wa LAPF, Amina Kassim akizungumza na Waandishi wa habari mjini Arusha, kuhusu Mkutano wa 7 wa Wadau wa LAPF, unaokwenda sambamba na  maadhimisho ya miaka 70 tangu kuanzishwa kwa Mfuko huo wa Pensheni wa LAPF. Kushoto ni Meneja  Masoko wa LAPF, James Mlowe na Kulia ni Meneja wa LAPF Kanda ya Kaskazini. Rajabu Kinande.
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Maandalizi ya Mkutano Mkuu wa Saba wa wadau wa Mfuko wa Pensheni wa LAPF, yamekamilika ambapo mkutano huo utahudhuriwa na wajumbe zaidi ya 700 toka nchini na nje ya nchi.
Akizungumza na waandishi wa habari leo mjini Arusha, Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mfuko wa Pensheni wa LAPF Bw. Eliud Sanga, amesema maadalizi yote ya mkutano huo, wenye kauli mbiu ya "Maadhimisho ya Miaka 70 ya Ukuaji na Huduma Bora, LAPF", yamekamilika ambapo ambapo utakwenda sambamba na maadhimisho ya miaka 70 tangu kuanzishwa kwa Mfuko huo wa Pensheni wa LAPF.
Bwana Sanga amesema Mfuko wa LAPF  ndio mfuko unaoongozwa sii tuu kwa kutoa mafao bora, bali pia ndio mfuko unaoongoza kwa kuwa na afya bora kabisa ambapo kwa sasa una rasilimali zenye thamani ya shilingi bilioni 700, LAPF ndio mfuko unaoongoza kukua kwa kasi zaidi ambapo unakuwa kwa asilimia 21 kwa mwaka!.
Ameendelea kutoa sifa za LAPF kuwa ni pamoja na kuwa ndio mfuko unaolipa kwa haraka zaidi, ambapo mstafuu kama anastaafu kesho, LAPF wao wanalipa jana!.
Bwana Sanga hakuishia hapo, amesema LAPF ndio mfuko unaoongoza kwa utunzani wa mahesabu kati ya mifuko yote kwa mujibu wa NBAA, na ndio mfuko unaokuwa kwa kasi zaidi kwa mujibu wa SSRA!.
Mkutano huo, utafunguliwa na Waziri wa Nchi, Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu Tawala za Mikoa na Serikali za Mitaa, Mhe. Hawa Ghasia, na Kufungwa na Waziri wa Kazi na Ajira, Mhe. Gaudensia Kabaka.

MFUKO WA JAMII :MAADHIMISHO YA MIAKA 70 YA MFUKO WA PENSHENI WA LAPF KUANZA KESHO JIJINI ARUSHA

Posted by Gadiola 23.10.14  |  in  MAISHA  |  Soma Zaidi»


 Meneja Kanda ya Kaskazini wa Mfuko wa Pensheni wa LAPF, Rajabu Kinande,  akizungumza na Waandishi wa habari mjini Arusha, kuhusu Mkutano wa 7 wa Wadau wa LAPF, unaokwenda sambamba na  maadhimisho ya miaka 70 tangu kuanzishwa kwa Mfuko huo wa Pensheni wa LAPF. Kushoto ni Meneja LAPF Kanda ya Dar es Salaam, Amina Kassim, na Meneja Masoko wa LAPF, James Mlowe.
Meneja Kanda ya Dar es Salaam wa Mfuko wa Pensheni wa LAPF, Amina Kassim akizungumza na Waandishi wa habari mjini Arusha, kuhusu Mkutano wa 7 wa Wadau wa LAPF, unaokwenda sambamba na  maadhimisho ya miaka 70 tangu kuanzishwa kwa Mfuko huo wa Pensheni wa LAPF. Kushoto ni Meneja  Masoko wa LAPF, James Mlowe na Kulia ni Meneja wa LAPF Kanda ya Kaskazini. Rajabu Kinande.
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Maandalizi ya Mkutano Mkuu wa Saba wa wadau wa Mfuko wa Pensheni wa LAPF, yamekamilika ambapo mkutano huo utahudhuriwa na wajumbe zaidi ya 700 toka nchini na nje ya nchi.
Akizungumza na waandishi wa habari leo mjini Arusha, Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mfuko wa Pensheni wa LAPF Bw. Eliud Sanga, amesema maadalizi yote ya mkutano huo, wenye kauli mbiu ya "Maadhimisho ya Miaka 70 ya Ukuaji na Huduma Bora, LAPF", yamekamilika ambapo ambapo utakwenda sambamba na maadhimisho ya miaka 70 tangu kuanzishwa kwa Mfuko huo wa Pensheni wa LAPF.
Bwana Sanga amesema Mfuko wa LAPF  ndio mfuko unaoongozwa sii tuu kwa kutoa mafao bora, bali pia ndio mfuko unaoongoza kwa kuwa na afya bora kabisa ambapo kwa sasa una rasilimali zenye thamani ya shilingi bilioni 700, LAPF ndio mfuko unaoongoza kukua kwa kasi zaidi ambapo unakuwa kwa asilimia 21 kwa mwaka!.
Ameendelea kutoa sifa za LAPF kuwa ni pamoja na kuwa ndio mfuko unaolipa kwa haraka zaidi, ambapo mstafuu kama anastaafu kesho, LAPF wao wanalipa jana!.
Bwana Sanga hakuishia hapo, amesema LAPF ndio mfuko unaoongoza kwa utunzani wa mahesabu kati ya mifuko yote kwa mujibu wa NBAA, na ndio mfuko unaokuwa kwa kasi zaidi kwa mujibu wa SSRA!.
Mkutano huo, utafunguliwa na Waziri wa Nchi, Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu Tawala za Mikoa na Serikali za Mitaa, Mhe. Hawa Ghasia, na Kufungwa na Waziri wa Kazi na Ajira, Mhe. Gaudensia Kabaka.

Kushoto ni Kija mtangazaji wa Clouds TV katika kipindi cha 360 kinachorushwa kuanzia saa 2  asubuhi, anaefatia ni Zamzam wa East Africa Radio , na Sufiani Mafoto wa Mafoto blog, wakipata ukodak na Ny Ebra wa Vijimambo Blog katika  kiota cha Catalunya Mlimani City. Blog ya Mafoto inashirikiana na Vijimamboblog katika nyanja ya kupashana habari na matukio ya kila siku.
Hapa Ny Ebra wa Vijimambo Blog akiwa na mdogo wake
 Khadija Mwanamboka Founder and Chairperson at Tanzania Mitindo House alivyokutana na Ny Ebra wa Vijimambo Blog. Khadija Mwanambona licha ya kuwa mwanamitindo pia anasimamia kituo cha watoto yatima, ukitaka kujua zaidi juu ya kazi zake na lini ameanza jitiririshe hapa chini.

Ingawa dhana ya “ubunifu wa mitindo” bado haijatapakaa sana nchini Tanzania,wapo wabunifu wa mitindo ambao kila kukicha wanazidi kuitambulisha sanaa hii kwa watanzania walio wengi kwa namna mbalimbali. Mmojawapo ya wabunifu hao wa mitindo ni Khadija Saad Mwanamboka. Akiwa na umri wa miaka 30 tu ameshajijengea jina miongoni mwa wabunifu wa mitindo nchini Tanzania.
Khadija akiwa na mtoto Hussein.Picha na Esther Mngodo.
Khadija haishii kwenye kutengeneza viwalo tu bali ni mmojawapo wa wale celebrities ambao wanaikumbuka jamii yao na hivyo kila mara kukuna vichwa ni jinsi gani wanaweza kusaidia kila inapowezekana. Hivi karibuni ameanzisha asasi isiyo ya kiserikali (NGO) inayoitwa TANZANIA MITINDO HOUSE. Asasi hiyo inalenga mambo makuu mawili; kwanza kuwasaidia wabunifu wa mitindo wenzake na pia wale chipukizi katika kutimiza ndoto zao za mahiri zaidi na hivyo kuzidi kuitangaza mitindo ya kutoka Tanzania duniani kote. Khadija anasema wapo watu wengi tu wanaotamani kuwa wabunifu wa mitindo lakini hawajui wafanyeje wala waanzie wapi. Anawakaribisha kuwasiliana naye.
Pili asasi hiyo inalenga katika kusaidia watoto yatima, walioathirika na ugonjwa wa Ukimwi na wale wasiojiweza aidha kutokana na umasikini au sababu nyinginezo. Kauli mbiu ya kampeni yake ameiita “Tanzanian Designs For Lives”.
Lakini Khadija mwenyewe ametokea wapi? Alianza vipi kazi zake za ubunifu wa mitindo? Ana ushauri gani kwa vijana wenzake? Ana ujumbe gani kwa watanzania kuhusiana na suala la mitindo ya kitanzania? Kwa hayo na mengi mengineyo BongoCelebrity tumefanya naye mahojiano yafuatayo;
BC: Khadija a lot of people are now familiar with your name and that you are a young but very talented fashion designer. However, there is a lot about your life that I’m sure a lot of people are not familiar with and they would like to know. Therefore can you tell us briefly about you? Where were you born, went to school and how you became a fashion designer?
KM: My name is Khadija Saad Mwanamboka. I was born 30 years ago. I went to Olympio Primary School for my primary school education before joining Shabaan Robert Secondary School for secondary education. I first started developing my interest in designing by designing my mom’s and my own clothes around 1994. In 1996 I had my first fashion show at Diamond Jubilee Hall where my designs were modeled by my friends. By then I was just showing my talent. I never thought that I was just starting to take fashion design as my career.
BC: You started designing at a very young age, since 1994, when you were just 18 years old. How did the idea of becoming a fashion designer come about? Did you take any formal training to become a fashion designer we know today?
KM: No, I do not have formal training in fashion designs. As I have mentioned above, I started designing due to the talent that I thought I have since my childhood and due to the my passion for fashion.
BC: Now that you have been in the fashion designing industry for over 10 years, what do you think is one most difficult but very necessary skill to acquire before embarking on a fashion designing career?
KM: In my opinion, I think you must first of all, “have it in you”. By saying that I mean you must have the talent, the eye and passion for fashion. The rest will follow with hard work, confidence and patience.
BC: How do you reflect on the styles of your designs for the past ten years? Have they changed? If yes how?
KM: Well, I have matured as a designer because for the past ten years, I have traveled more to different parts of the world and therefore have got a chance to see and feel different cultures which inspires my current designs. Therefore, there has been a change in terms of quality and styles of my designs.
BC: You have now done quite a lot of very successful shows. What has been the high point in your career, your moment of great pride?
KM: You are right, in the past 12 years of being a fashion designer; I have done a lot of designs and shows. However, I still treasure the design I did for Basila Mwanukuzi, which eventually enabled her to win the Miss Tanzania 1998 title. Actually, that is the night I decided to take fashion design as my lifelong career. It was a turning point in my career. I always thank Late Amina Mongi, Jimmy Kabwe, Basila and Ruge Mutahaba for giving me the opportunity.
BC: In most parts of the world, including Tanzania, fashion design or designer’s clothes are said to be very expensive and in most cases left only to the riches. Is this a myth or truth? And if it is a myth why do you think it exists?
KM: Designer clothes are expensive everywhere else but not in Tanzania. The industry is still very small; we can not charge high prices.
BC: What advice would you give for someone shopping, say mitumbani au dukani? What should they look for that marks good quality clothing in both style and tailoring?
KM: As a designer in Tanzania, it’s hard for me to advise anyone to buy mitumba. The reason is simple; I want people to wear Tanzanian made clothes so as to show our nationalism through fashion.
BC: There are many fashion designers now in Tanzania, so we can imagine the competition is a bit more than it used to be. Who do you consider to be your competition and how do you guys work together to make Tanzanians believe in home made designer’s clothes?
I feel great that now there are many designers. That means the industry will expand and develop more. I work with almost all of them. To me it’s more of a challenge than a competition. I am like their big sister now.
BC: If you could give any advice to young men and women out there who are pursuing a career like yours, what would it be?
KM: They need to believe in themselves. They must have faith in their talents, must be hard working, patient and above all they should always remember that nothing is impossible.
BC: If I was to ask your close friends about your “style”, what do you think they would say?
KM: Simple and elegant with a unique modern twist.
BC: We have noticed that some of the biggest stars in Tanzanian are dressed by you or put on your designs. Do they choose you or you choose them? And how important it is for you for someone to express your designing in general public?
KM: First of all I love music a lot and I befriend many artists something which makes it easy to work with them. Designing and music are two types of communication platforms that can be used to send message(s) to people in a very interesting and glamorous way. Therefore, it’s a two way traffic. Sometimes I choose them and sometimes they choose me. I love to see artists performing in my designs. Previously, I have dressed artists like Koffi Olomide and late Brenda Fassie during their tours in Tanzania.
Khadija akiwa na baadhi ya warembo na wanamitindo wa Tanzania.Picha na Raqey.
BC: Women are known to be fashion people than men. Do you agree? And we know that you do design for both. How close do you pay attention to men’s fashion and why?
KM: I don’t agree. There are a lot of men who love fashion and follow the fashion trends even more than women. Yes, I pay a lot of attention to men’s fashion because I also design men’s clothing.
BC: A lot, if not all, of our political leaders, business executives likes to wear suits, shirts, gowns etc made by foreign designers and imported. What message do you think they are sending to the people? Do you have any advice for them?
KM: Yes, they need to give us the opportunity to dress them. I believe fursa huleta mafanikio na maendeleo. They can really boost the fashion industry in Tanzania if they wear our designs more.
Mojawapo ya ubunifu wa Khadija Mwanamboka.
BC: Who are three worldwide fashion designers that you admire most and why?
KM: Armani for his quality and uniquiness, Dolce & Gabbana for their boldness and sexy designs and Calvin Klein for his simplicity and elegance.
BC: You’ve been participating in several beauty pageants as a judge or fashion designer. Many people would like to know, in judging what do the judges concentrate on mostly?
KM: Intelligence, personality and height.
BC: What’s the most amazing fashion show you’ve ever attended?
KM: Mustafa Hassanali’s Tigo Mama Africa fashion show.
BC: What’s your ultimate dream location for a fashion show? Where, how, when and why?
KM: In Mbudia Island next year.Inshalaah
Ubunifu wa Khadija Mwanamboka.
BC: As a designer, what do you think of the whole Internet phenomena, and do you feel it benefits you much?
KM: It’s very important, I learn a lot on the net.
BC: If you knew then (when you decided to go into fashion designing) what you know today, is there anything you would have done differently?
KM: I believe mistakes teach us. Therefore, I wouldn’t change a thing.
BC: Now let’s talk about the charitable/non governmental organization that you have recently established. Can you briefly tell us about it? What name have you given it, why?
KM: The name of the organization is Tanzania Mitindo House. I have called it that way to reflect its core activity. Mitindo is a Swahili word which simply means fashion. The aim of our organization is to promote Tanzanian fashion designers so that they can inflate their careers. However, helping the needy, orphans and children affected by HIV/AIDS through organizing charitable events to benefit the people I have mentioned will be also one of our major activities. Therefore, from time to time we will be conducting fashion events whereby the proceeding goes into helping people in need especially children.
BC: What motivated or pushed you into establishing this kind of organization?
KM: I have always wanted to build a base for fashion and use our talents to better the lives of many Tanzanian children.
Khadija akiwa na watoto huko Mkuranga hivi karibuni Tanzania Mitindo House walipoenda kula chakula cha mchana na watoto hao na pia kupeleka misaada mbalimbali.
BC: If anyone wants to help or needs your assistance how can they do so or contact you?
KM: We are currently working on a website. Soon people will be able to access it, send their donations, share ideas etc. For now they can reach me using the email address vituvyakhadija at yahoo.com.
BC: What do you like doing when you are not designing clothes or judging beauty pageants?
KM: Listening to music, reading magazines and books, hanging out with friends in a good restaurant.
BC: Is there anything that we have not asked you and you’d like to bring up?
KM: No you have covered every angle. Thank you. May be I would just like to tell Tanzanians to support Tanzania Mitindo House.
BC: Thank you very much for your time Khadija. We wish you all the best.
KM: Thank you. God bless Tanzanians .Picha na mahelezo ni kutoka bongocelebrity.

MATUKIO : TASWIRA MBALI MBALI YA WADAU WA HABARI ZA MITANDAO NA MITINDO NCHINI

Posted by Gadiola 23.10.14  |  in  MATUKIO  |  Soma Zaidi»

Kushoto ni Kija mtangazaji wa Clouds TV katika kipindi cha 360 kinachorushwa kuanzia saa 2  asubuhi, anaefatia ni Zamzam wa East Africa Radio , na Sufiani Mafoto wa Mafoto blog, wakipata ukodak na Ny Ebra wa Vijimambo Blog katika  kiota cha Catalunya Mlimani City. Blog ya Mafoto inashirikiana na Vijimamboblog katika nyanja ya kupashana habari na matukio ya kila siku.
Hapa Ny Ebra wa Vijimambo Blog akiwa na mdogo wake
 Khadija Mwanamboka Founder and Chairperson at Tanzania Mitindo House alivyokutana na Ny Ebra wa Vijimambo Blog. Khadija Mwanambona licha ya kuwa mwanamitindo pia anasimamia kituo cha watoto yatima, ukitaka kujua zaidi juu ya kazi zake na lini ameanza jitiririshe hapa chini.

Ingawa dhana ya “ubunifu wa mitindo” bado haijatapakaa sana nchini Tanzania,wapo wabunifu wa mitindo ambao kila kukicha wanazidi kuitambulisha sanaa hii kwa watanzania walio wengi kwa namna mbalimbali. Mmojawapo ya wabunifu hao wa mitindo ni Khadija Saad Mwanamboka. Akiwa na umri wa miaka 30 tu ameshajijengea jina miongoni mwa wabunifu wa mitindo nchini Tanzania.
Khadija akiwa na mtoto Hussein.Picha na Esther Mngodo.
Khadija haishii kwenye kutengeneza viwalo tu bali ni mmojawapo wa wale celebrities ambao wanaikumbuka jamii yao na hivyo kila mara kukuna vichwa ni jinsi gani wanaweza kusaidia kila inapowezekana. Hivi karibuni ameanzisha asasi isiyo ya kiserikali (NGO) inayoitwa TANZANIA MITINDO HOUSE. Asasi hiyo inalenga mambo makuu mawili; kwanza kuwasaidia wabunifu wa mitindo wenzake na pia wale chipukizi katika kutimiza ndoto zao za mahiri zaidi na hivyo kuzidi kuitangaza mitindo ya kutoka Tanzania duniani kote. Khadija anasema wapo watu wengi tu wanaotamani kuwa wabunifu wa mitindo lakini hawajui wafanyeje wala waanzie wapi. Anawakaribisha kuwasiliana naye.
Pili asasi hiyo inalenga katika kusaidia watoto yatima, walioathirika na ugonjwa wa Ukimwi na wale wasiojiweza aidha kutokana na umasikini au sababu nyinginezo. Kauli mbiu ya kampeni yake ameiita “Tanzanian Designs For Lives”.
Lakini Khadija mwenyewe ametokea wapi? Alianza vipi kazi zake za ubunifu wa mitindo? Ana ushauri gani kwa vijana wenzake? Ana ujumbe gani kwa watanzania kuhusiana na suala la mitindo ya kitanzania? Kwa hayo na mengi mengineyo BongoCelebrity tumefanya naye mahojiano yafuatayo;
BC: Khadija a lot of people are now familiar with your name and that you are a young but very talented fashion designer. However, there is a lot about your life that I’m sure a lot of people are not familiar with and they would like to know. Therefore can you tell us briefly about you? Where were you born, went to school and how you became a fashion designer?
KM: My name is Khadija Saad Mwanamboka. I was born 30 years ago. I went to Olympio Primary School for my primary school education before joining Shabaan Robert Secondary School for secondary education. I first started developing my interest in designing by designing my mom’s and my own clothes around 1994. In 1996 I had my first fashion show at Diamond Jubilee Hall where my designs were modeled by my friends. By then I was just showing my talent. I never thought that I was just starting to take fashion design as my career.
BC: You started designing at a very young age, since 1994, when you were just 18 years old. How did the idea of becoming a fashion designer come about? Did you take any formal training to become a fashion designer we know today?
KM: No, I do not have formal training in fashion designs. As I have mentioned above, I started designing due to the talent that I thought I have since my childhood and due to the my passion for fashion.
BC: Now that you have been in the fashion designing industry for over 10 years, what do you think is one most difficult but very necessary skill to acquire before embarking on a fashion designing career?
KM: In my opinion, I think you must first of all, “have it in you”. By saying that I mean you must have the talent, the eye and passion for fashion. The rest will follow with hard work, confidence and patience.
BC: How do you reflect on the styles of your designs for the past ten years? Have they changed? If yes how?
KM: Well, I have matured as a designer because for the past ten years, I have traveled more to different parts of the world and therefore have got a chance to see and feel different cultures which inspires my current designs. Therefore, there has been a change in terms of quality and styles of my designs.
BC: You have now done quite a lot of very successful shows. What has been the high point in your career, your moment of great pride?
KM: You are right, in the past 12 years of being a fashion designer; I have done a lot of designs and shows. However, I still treasure the design I did for Basila Mwanukuzi, which eventually enabled her to win the Miss Tanzania 1998 title. Actually, that is the night I decided to take fashion design as my lifelong career. It was a turning point in my career. I always thank Late Amina Mongi, Jimmy Kabwe, Basila and Ruge Mutahaba for giving me the opportunity.
BC: In most parts of the world, including Tanzania, fashion design or designer’s clothes are said to be very expensive and in most cases left only to the riches. Is this a myth or truth? And if it is a myth why do you think it exists?
KM: Designer clothes are expensive everywhere else but not in Tanzania. The industry is still very small; we can not charge high prices.
BC: What advice would you give for someone shopping, say mitumbani au dukani? What should they look for that marks good quality clothing in both style and tailoring?
KM: As a designer in Tanzania, it’s hard for me to advise anyone to buy mitumba. The reason is simple; I want people to wear Tanzanian made clothes so as to show our nationalism through fashion.
BC: There are many fashion designers now in Tanzania, so we can imagine the competition is a bit more than it used to be. Who do you consider to be your competition and how do you guys work together to make Tanzanians believe in home made designer’s clothes?
I feel great that now there are many designers. That means the industry will expand and develop more. I work with almost all of them. To me it’s more of a challenge than a competition. I am like their big sister now.
BC: If you could give any advice to young men and women out there who are pursuing a career like yours, what would it be?
KM: They need to believe in themselves. They must have faith in their talents, must be hard working, patient and above all they should always remember that nothing is impossible.
BC: If I was to ask your close friends about your “style”, what do you think they would say?
KM: Simple and elegant with a unique modern twist.
BC: We have noticed that some of the biggest stars in Tanzanian are dressed by you or put on your designs. Do they choose you or you choose them? And how important it is for you for someone to express your designing in general public?
KM: First of all I love music a lot and I befriend many artists something which makes it easy to work with them. Designing and music are two types of communication platforms that can be used to send message(s) to people in a very interesting and glamorous way. Therefore, it’s a two way traffic. Sometimes I choose them and sometimes they choose me. I love to see artists performing in my designs. Previously, I have dressed artists like Koffi Olomide and late Brenda Fassie during their tours in Tanzania.
Khadija akiwa na baadhi ya warembo na wanamitindo wa Tanzania.Picha na Raqey.
BC: Women are known to be fashion people than men. Do you agree? And we know that you do design for both. How close do you pay attention to men’s fashion and why?
KM: I don’t agree. There are a lot of men who love fashion and follow the fashion trends even more than women. Yes, I pay a lot of attention to men’s fashion because I also design men’s clothing.
BC: A lot, if not all, of our political leaders, business executives likes to wear suits, shirts, gowns etc made by foreign designers and imported. What message do you think they are sending to the people? Do you have any advice for them?
KM: Yes, they need to give us the opportunity to dress them. I believe fursa huleta mafanikio na maendeleo. They can really boost the fashion industry in Tanzania if they wear our designs more.
Mojawapo ya ubunifu wa Khadija Mwanamboka.
BC: Who are three worldwide fashion designers that you admire most and why?
KM: Armani for his quality and uniquiness, Dolce & Gabbana for their boldness and sexy designs and Calvin Klein for his simplicity and elegance.
BC: You’ve been participating in several beauty pageants as a judge or fashion designer. Many people would like to know, in judging what do the judges concentrate on mostly?
KM: Intelligence, personality and height.
BC: What’s the most amazing fashion show you’ve ever attended?
KM: Mustafa Hassanali’s Tigo Mama Africa fashion show.
BC: What’s your ultimate dream location for a fashion show? Where, how, when and why?
KM: In Mbudia Island next year.Inshalaah
Ubunifu wa Khadija Mwanamboka.
BC: As a designer, what do you think of the whole Internet phenomena, and do you feel it benefits you much?
KM: It’s very important, I learn a lot on the net.
BC: If you knew then (when you decided to go into fashion designing) what you know today, is there anything you would have done differently?
KM: I believe mistakes teach us. Therefore, I wouldn’t change a thing.
BC: Now let’s talk about the charitable/non governmental organization that you have recently established. Can you briefly tell us about it? What name have you given it, why?
KM: The name of the organization is Tanzania Mitindo House. I have called it that way to reflect its core activity. Mitindo is a Swahili word which simply means fashion. The aim of our organization is to promote Tanzanian fashion designers so that they can inflate their careers. However, helping the needy, orphans and children affected by HIV/AIDS through organizing charitable events to benefit the people I have mentioned will be also one of our major activities. Therefore, from time to time we will be conducting fashion events whereby the proceeding goes into helping people in need especially children.
BC: What motivated or pushed you into establishing this kind of organization?
KM: I have always wanted to build a base for fashion and use our talents to better the lives of many Tanzanian children.
Khadija akiwa na watoto huko Mkuranga hivi karibuni Tanzania Mitindo House walipoenda kula chakula cha mchana na watoto hao na pia kupeleka misaada mbalimbali.
BC: If anyone wants to help or needs your assistance how can they do so or contact you?
KM: We are currently working on a website. Soon people will be able to access it, send their donations, share ideas etc. For now they can reach me using the email address vituvyakhadija at yahoo.com.
BC: What do you like doing when you are not designing clothes or judging beauty pageants?
KM: Listening to music, reading magazines and books, hanging out with friends in a good restaurant.
BC: Is there anything that we have not asked you and you’d like to bring up?
KM: No you have covered every angle. Thank you. May be I would just like to tell Tanzanians to support Tanzania Mitindo House.
BC: Thank you very much for your time Khadija. We wish you all the best.
KM: Thank you. God bless Tanzanians .Picha na mahelezo ni kutoka bongocelebrity.

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