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SAM_0388Wafanyakazi wa kituo cha redio 5 Arusha wakikabidhi misaada mbalimbali katika kampeni ya “USHINDI”inayoendeshwa na kituo hicho,misaada hiyo ilitolewa na wahisani mbalimbali kwaajili ya watoto wanaoishi katika vituo vya watoto yatima Mkoani Arusha,katika Meneja  ubunifu wa Redio 5 Vicky Mwakoyo kushoto ni Sarah Keiya wakiwakabidhi watoto wa kituo cha kiwohede ndoo ya mafuta ya kupikia kwaajili ya sikukuya Krismass na mwaka mpya jijini hapa jana katika hotel ya world Garden
SAM_0393Wafanyakazi wa kituo cha redio 5 wakiwa katika picha ya pamoja na watoto wa kituo cha kiwohede na huruma katika hotel ya world Garden iliyopo moshono jijini Arusha
SAM_0390Mkuu wa vipindi wa kituo hicho Mathew Philip akikabidhi moja ya msaada kwa shcha watoto huruma
SAM_0363Watoto wanaoishi katika vituo vya watoto yatima wakishindana kucheza muziki
SAM_0376Grace Joseph(12)wa kituo cha kiwohed akionyesha ujuzi wake wa kucheza katika shindano
SAM_0400Mtoto anayeishi katika mazingira magumu akiwa jukwaani akiimba wimbo wa “NISEME”wimbo wa moto band
SAM_0358Mashindano yakiwa yanaendelea
SAM_0361Wafanyakazi wa Redio 5 wakiwa mzigoni
SAM_0385Meneja  ubunifu wa Redio 5 Vicky Mwakoyo akiwa anamkabidhi zawadi ya kikombe mshindi namba moja katika shindano la kucheza muziki
SAM_0346Wafanyakazi wa redio5 wakiwa wanaanda sausage kwaajili ya watoto yatima
SAM_0352Muonekano wa watoto wakiwa katika eneo la kuchezea michezo mbalimbali
SAM_0350Meneja  ubunifu wa Redio 5 Bi.Vicky Mwakoyo akiwa Meneja masoko wa Redio 5 Bi.Sarah Keiya
SAM_0366Mtangazaji wa kituo hicho Akiba Kilango ambaye alikuwa MC wa shughuli hiyo akiwa anaongea na watoto jukwaani kabla ya mashindano ya kucheza kuanza
SAM_0405Wafanyakazi wa kituo hicho wakiwa katika maandalizi ya kuwaandalia watoto mapochopocho
SAM_0408Kulia ni mtoto Sharon Nelson akiwa anakabidhi msaada alioleta katika kampeni ya ushindi amewataka watoto wengine kujitolea kusaidia wasionacho
SAM_0371Mtoto mwenye ulemavu wa ngozi akiwa anafatilia tamasha hilo
Kampuni Tan Communication Media  inayo miliki kituo cha  Radio 5 chenye makao yake makuu jijini Arusha  imeeanda tamasha kwa watoto yatima wanaoishi katika vituo lenye jina “Kampeni ya USHINDI”linalowashirikisha wadau mbalimbali wa mkoa wa Arusha
Mkurugenzi wa kituo hicho  Robert Francis anachukua jukumu la kuwasihi jamii kwa ujumla kuwa na tabia ya kuwakumbuka mayatima hasa kipindi hichi cha sikukuu ili nao wasijione kutengwa
Meneja  ubunifu wa Redio 5 Vicky Mwakoyo alisema kuwa kila mtoto anastahili kuwa na furaha na baadhi yao ni wale wenye uwezo mdogo ni vyema kuwakumbuka na tusiwatenge na tukifanya hivi watajiskia vizuri
Meneja masoko wa Redio 5 Sarah Keiya ametoa shukrani kwa wadau wote walioshirikiana na kituo hicho kwa kuwezesha kampeni hiyo kufanikiwa,wadau wakubwa walioshiriki ni Redio 5,Pepsi,Fifis bakery,Arusha meat,Skytel,Monaban,Vibration duo,Brundful company,World garden. Picha na Pamela Molel wa Jamii Blog

Habari na Maisha :Kituo cha Redio 5 Chatoa Msaada kwa Kituo cha Watoto Yatima cha Kihowede , Jijini Arusha

Posted by Gadiola 21.12.14  |  in  TEKNOLOJIA  |  Soma Zaidi»


SAM_0388Wafanyakazi wa kituo cha redio 5 Arusha wakikabidhi misaada mbalimbali katika kampeni ya “USHINDI”inayoendeshwa na kituo hicho,misaada hiyo ilitolewa na wahisani mbalimbali kwaajili ya watoto wanaoishi katika vituo vya watoto yatima Mkoani Arusha,katika Meneja  ubunifu wa Redio 5 Vicky Mwakoyo kushoto ni Sarah Keiya wakiwakabidhi watoto wa kituo cha kiwohede ndoo ya mafuta ya kupikia kwaajili ya sikukuya Krismass na mwaka mpya jijini hapa jana katika hotel ya world Garden
SAM_0393Wafanyakazi wa kituo cha redio 5 wakiwa katika picha ya pamoja na watoto wa kituo cha kiwohede na huruma katika hotel ya world Garden iliyopo moshono jijini Arusha
SAM_0390Mkuu wa vipindi wa kituo hicho Mathew Philip akikabidhi moja ya msaada kwa shcha watoto huruma
SAM_0363Watoto wanaoishi katika vituo vya watoto yatima wakishindana kucheza muziki
SAM_0376Grace Joseph(12)wa kituo cha kiwohed akionyesha ujuzi wake wa kucheza katika shindano
SAM_0400Mtoto anayeishi katika mazingira magumu akiwa jukwaani akiimba wimbo wa “NISEME”wimbo wa moto band
SAM_0358Mashindano yakiwa yanaendelea
SAM_0361Wafanyakazi wa Redio 5 wakiwa mzigoni
SAM_0385Meneja  ubunifu wa Redio 5 Vicky Mwakoyo akiwa anamkabidhi zawadi ya kikombe mshindi namba moja katika shindano la kucheza muziki
SAM_0346Wafanyakazi wa redio5 wakiwa wanaanda sausage kwaajili ya watoto yatima
SAM_0352Muonekano wa watoto wakiwa katika eneo la kuchezea michezo mbalimbali
SAM_0350Meneja  ubunifu wa Redio 5 Bi.Vicky Mwakoyo akiwa Meneja masoko wa Redio 5 Bi.Sarah Keiya
SAM_0366Mtangazaji wa kituo hicho Akiba Kilango ambaye alikuwa MC wa shughuli hiyo akiwa anaongea na watoto jukwaani kabla ya mashindano ya kucheza kuanza
SAM_0405Wafanyakazi wa kituo hicho wakiwa katika maandalizi ya kuwaandalia watoto mapochopocho
SAM_0408Kulia ni mtoto Sharon Nelson akiwa anakabidhi msaada alioleta katika kampeni ya ushindi amewataka watoto wengine kujitolea kusaidia wasionacho
SAM_0371Mtoto mwenye ulemavu wa ngozi akiwa anafatilia tamasha hilo
Kampuni Tan Communication Media  inayo miliki kituo cha  Radio 5 chenye makao yake makuu jijini Arusha  imeeanda tamasha kwa watoto yatima wanaoishi katika vituo lenye jina “Kampeni ya USHINDI”linalowashirikisha wadau mbalimbali wa mkoa wa Arusha
Mkurugenzi wa kituo hicho  Robert Francis anachukua jukumu la kuwasihi jamii kwa ujumla kuwa na tabia ya kuwakumbuka mayatima hasa kipindi hichi cha sikukuu ili nao wasijione kutengwa
Meneja  ubunifu wa Redio 5 Vicky Mwakoyo alisema kuwa kila mtoto anastahili kuwa na furaha na baadhi yao ni wale wenye uwezo mdogo ni vyema kuwakumbuka na tusiwatenge na tukifanya hivi watajiskia vizuri
Meneja masoko wa Redio 5 Sarah Keiya ametoa shukrani kwa wadau wote walioshirikiana na kituo hicho kwa kuwezesha kampeni hiyo kufanikiwa,wadau wakubwa walioshiriki ni Redio 5,Pepsi,Fifis bakery,Arusha meat,Skytel,Monaban,Vibration duo,Brundful company,World garden. Picha na Pamela Molel wa Jamii Blog


Mkuu wa Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Loyce Ruhembe akiwakaribisha Wanahabari ambao wakitembelea gerezani hapo Desemba 19, 2014. Wanahabari hao wapo katika ziara ya kikazi katika miradi mbalimbali ya Uzalishaji mali inayotekelezwa kwa mafanikio makubwa na Jeshi la Magereza(kushoto) ni Mkuu wa Magereza Mkoani Mororogoro, Kamishna Msaidizi Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Kato Rugainunula.
Wafungwa wa kike wa Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro wakifuma mashuka katika Kiwanda cha Ushonaji cha Gereza hilo. Wafungwa hao wanapitiwa ujuzi wa aina mbalimbali ikiwemo Ushonaji wa nguo ikiwa ni sehemu ya utekelezaji wa Programu za Urekebishaji ndani ya Magereza hapa nchini.
Muonekano wa mashuka na mito yake yanayofumwa na Wafungwa Wanawake katika Kiwanda cha Ushonaji cha Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro.
Wanahabari wakionja chakula cha Wafungwa katika Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro walipotembelea Gereza hilo Desemba 19, 2014(kulia) ni Mwandishi kutoka Gazeti la Habari Leo, Bi. Regina Kumba(kushoto) ni Mwandishi kutoka Gazeti la Daily News, Bw. Finning Simbeye(katikati) ni Mwanahabari kutoka Mamlaka ya Vitambulisho vya Taifa, Bi. Rose Mdami.
Mkuu wa Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Loyce Ruhembe akipokea rasmi msaada wa vitu mbalimbali vilivyotolewa na Wanahabari hao kwa ajili ya Wafungwa wa kike gerezani hapo walipotembelea Gereza hilo Desemba 19, 2014.
Mkuu wa Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Loyce Ruhembe akikabidhi msaada huo kwa Mfungwa wa Kike ambaye ndiye Nyampara Mkuu wa Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro. Wafungwa wa Gereza hilo wamewashukru Wanahabari hao kuwatembelea pamoja na msaada huo walioutoa na wameahidi kuwa raia wema mara wamalizapo vifungo vyao.
Msaada wa vitu mbalimbali vya Kibinadamu na vinavyoruhusiwa Magerezani vilivyokabidhiwa na Wanahabari walipotembelea Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro Desemba 19, 2014.
Mkuu wa Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Loyce Ruhembe(katikati) akiwa katika picha ya pamoja na Wanahabari walipotembelea Gereza hilo Desemba 19, 2014. Wa tatu kushoto ni Mkuu wa Magereza Mkoani Morogoro, Kamishna Msaidizi wa Magereza, Kato Rugainunula.(Picha zote na Lucas Mboje wa Jeshi la Magereza).

Magereza Yetu : Wanahabari Wampongeza Kamishna Jenerali Minja kwa Juhudi kubwa za Maboresho ndani ya Magereza nchini, Kingolwira , Morogoro

Posted by Gadiola 21.12.14  |  in  MATUKIO  |  Soma Zaidi»


Mkuu wa Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Loyce Ruhembe akiwakaribisha Wanahabari ambao wakitembelea gerezani hapo Desemba 19, 2014. Wanahabari hao wapo katika ziara ya kikazi katika miradi mbalimbali ya Uzalishaji mali inayotekelezwa kwa mafanikio makubwa na Jeshi la Magereza(kushoto) ni Mkuu wa Magereza Mkoani Mororogoro, Kamishna Msaidizi Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Kato Rugainunula.
Wafungwa wa kike wa Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro wakifuma mashuka katika Kiwanda cha Ushonaji cha Gereza hilo. Wafungwa hao wanapitiwa ujuzi wa aina mbalimbali ikiwemo Ushonaji wa nguo ikiwa ni sehemu ya utekelezaji wa Programu za Urekebishaji ndani ya Magereza hapa nchini.
Muonekano wa mashuka na mito yake yanayofumwa na Wafungwa Wanawake katika Kiwanda cha Ushonaji cha Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro.
Wanahabari wakionja chakula cha Wafungwa katika Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro walipotembelea Gereza hilo Desemba 19, 2014(kulia) ni Mwandishi kutoka Gazeti la Habari Leo, Bi. Regina Kumba(kushoto) ni Mwandishi kutoka Gazeti la Daily News, Bw. Finning Simbeye(katikati) ni Mwanahabari kutoka Mamlaka ya Vitambulisho vya Taifa, Bi. Rose Mdami.
Mkuu wa Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Loyce Ruhembe akipokea rasmi msaada wa vitu mbalimbali vilivyotolewa na Wanahabari hao kwa ajili ya Wafungwa wa kike gerezani hapo walipotembelea Gereza hilo Desemba 19, 2014.
Mkuu wa Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Loyce Ruhembe akikabidhi msaada huo kwa Mfungwa wa Kike ambaye ndiye Nyampara Mkuu wa Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro. Wafungwa wa Gereza hilo wamewashukru Wanahabari hao kuwatembelea pamoja na msaada huo walioutoa na wameahidi kuwa raia wema mara wamalizapo vifungo vyao.
Msaada wa vitu mbalimbali vya Kibinadamu na vinavyoruhusiwa Magerezani vilivyokabidhiwa na Wanahabari walipotembelea Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro Desemba 19, 2014.
Mkuu wa Gereza Kuu la Wanawake Kingolwira - Morogoro, Mrakibu Mwandamizi wa Magereza, Loyce Ruhembe(katikati) akiwa katika picha ya pamoja na Wanahabari walipotembelea Gereza hilo Desemba 19, 2014. Wa tatu kushoto ni Mkuu wa Magereza Mkoani Morogoro, Kamishna Msaidizi wa Magereza, Kato Rugainunula.(Picha zote na Lucas Mboje wa Jeshi la Magereza).


Na Lorietha Laurence - MAELEZO
Serikali imejidhatiti katika kuboresha huduma za mawasilano kwa Njia ya Mtandao (TEHAMA) ili kurahisisha utendaji wa shughuli mbalimbali za kiserikali. 
Akiongea na wajumbe wa bodi ya Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao (TaGLA), jijini Dar es Salaam, Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi Balozi Ombeni Sefue amesema lengo la Serikali ni kuongeza ufanisi kwa watumishi na jamii kwa ujumla kujifunza na kuwasilisha mada mbalimbali kupitia mtandao. 
Balozi Sefua amesema kuwa serikali na taasisi zake mbalimbali hazina budi kutumia wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao kufanya shughuli zake zote zinazotekelezeka kwa njia ya Videoconference na Mafunzo ya Masafa ili kupunguza gharama.
 “Lengo kuu la Serikali ni kurahisisha mawasilino baina ya watumishi na jamii ili kupunguza usumbufu wa safari ndefu kutoka sehemu moja kwenda nyingine na pia kuokoa muda, na urahisi wa upatikanaji wa huduma kwa wananchi” alisema. 
Kwa upande wake Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao (TaGLA), Bwana Charles Sekondo, amesema ofisi yake imekuwa ikitekeleza majukumu kwa ufanisi kwa kushirikiana na wadau mbalimbali wanaojihusisha na mafunzo kwa njia ya mtandao ili kwenda sambamba na maendeleo ya teknolojia duniani katika utekelezaji wa shughuli mbalimbali za kijamii na kiserikali. 
“Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao imerahisisha sana mawasiliano baina ya serikali, wizara, idara , wakala wa Serikali, pamoja na Sekta binafsi katika kuboresha uweledi kiutendaji kupitia utawala bora, anuai za jamii, maswala ya afya na mazingira” alisema Sekondo.
Katika Ziara hiyo Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi alitembelea maeneo mbalimbali ya ofisi ya Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa njia ya Mtandao ikiwemo Sehumu ya Huduma za Video Conference, Chumba cha Maabara za Kompyuta na kituo cha taarifa za maendeleo (TDCI). 
Mtandao wa TaGLA unajukumu la kuwajengea uwezo watumishi wa wizara, idara na wakala wa serikali pamoja na sekta binafsi katika nyanja mbalimbali ikiwemo , mafunzo ya midahalo kwa njia ya video ya hapa nchini na nchi nyingine, midahalo kwa njia ya mtandao, mafunzo ya ana kwa ana na mafunzo kwa njia ya uongozi.
 Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (wanne Kushoto) akifuatilia kwa umakini mazungumzo kwa njia ya mtandao na watu wa Kenya, alipotembelea ofisi ya Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa njia ya mtandao (TaGLa), jijini Dar es Salaam.
 Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (wanne Kushoto) akifuatilia kwa umakini mazungumzo kwa njia ya mtandao na watu wa Kenya, alipotembelea ofisi ya Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa njia ya mtandao (TaGLa),jijini Dar es Salaam.
 Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (wanne Kulia) akitoa neno la shukrani kwa watu wa Kenya baada ya  mazungumzo kwa njia ya mtandao , alipotembelea ofisi ya Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa njia ya Mtandao (TaGLa),jijini Dar es Salaam, kulia kwake ni  Mkuu wa Chuo cha IFM  Pro. Daniel Mjema, wa kwanza kushoto ni  Katibu Mkuu Ofisi ya Rais  Menejimenti ya Utumishi wa Umma, Bwana George Yembesi na Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA, Bwana Charles Senkondo.
 Wajumbe wa bodi ya Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao(TaGLa) wakifuatilia mazungunzo  kwa njia ya mtandao na watu wa Kenya, Mafunzo kwa njia ya mtandao (TaGLa),jijini Dar es Salaam.
 Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (wa tatu kushoto) akifurahia jambo baada ya kupata maelekezo namna mitambo ya mawasiliano inavyofanya kazi kutoka kwa Menaja wa tecknolojia TaGLA ,Bwana Emmanuel Tessua wa kwanza kushoto,na Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA ,Bwana Charles Senkondo(katikati) jijini Dar es Salaam.
 Menaja wa tecknolojia TaGLA ,Bwana Emmanuel Tessua wa kwanza kushoto, akitoa maelekezo kwa  Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (wa pili kulia) ya namana mikutano inavyofanyika kwa kutumia mtandao katika chumba  cha mikutano  wakati wa Ziara yake leo jijini dare s Salaam , wa kwanza kulia ni Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA Bwana Charles Senkondo jijini Dar es Salaam. 
 Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (katikati)  akitembele ofisi za Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa njia ya mtandao (TaGLa) katika ziara yake leo jijini Dare s Salaam, mbele ni  Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA, Bwana Charles Senkondo.
 Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA Bwana Charles Senkondo akitoa maelekezo  kwa Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue katika kituo cha taarifa za maendeleo(TDIC) alipotembelea ofisi hizo jijini  Dar es Salaam.
 Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA Bwana Charles Senkondo akitoa maelekezo  kwa Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue katika kituo cha taarifa za maendeleo(TDIC) alipotembelea ofisi hizo  jijini  Dar es Salaam.
 Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue ( wa tatu kushoto)  akiangalia namna majadiliano yanavyofanyika kwa mfumo wa kutumia mtandao  katika ofisi za Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa njia ya mtandao (TaGLa) wakati wa ziara yake  jijini Dare s Salaam, wa kwanza kushoto ni Menaja wa tecknolojia TaGLA ,Bwana Emmanuel Tessua na wa pili ni  Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA Bwana Charles Senkondo.
Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (wa kwanza kulia)  akiangalia moja ya vitabu vinavyohifadhiwa katika kituo cha taarifa za maendeleo kilichopo katika ofisi za Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao (TaGLA), jijini Dar es Salaam wakati wa ziara yake katika  ofisi hizo , kushoto kwake ni Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA, Bwana Charles Senkondo na wengine ni wajumbe wa bodi ya TaGLA.
Picha na Lorietha Laurence- MAELAZO

Teknolojia Yetu :Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi atembelea ofisi za Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao (TaGLA)

Posted by Gadiola 21.12.14  |  in  TEKNOLOJIA  |  Soma Zaidi»


Na Lorietha Laurence - MAELEZO
Serikali imejidhatiti katika kuboresha huduma za mawasilano kwa Njia ya Mtandao (TEHAMA) ili kurahisisha utendaji wa shughuli mbalimbali za kiserikali. 
Akiongea na wajumbe wa bodi ya Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao (TaGLA), jijini Dar es Salaam, Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi Balozi Ombeni Sefue amesema lengo la Serikali ni kuongeza ufanisi kwa watumishi na jamii kwa ujumla kujifunza na kuwasilisha mada mbalimbali kupitia mtandao. 
Balozi Sefua amesema kuwa serikali na taasisi zake mbalimbali hazina budi kutumia wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao kufanya shughuli zake zote zinazotekelezeka kwa njia ya Videoconference na Mafunzo ya Masafa ili kupunguza gharama.
 “Lengo kuu la Serikali ni kurahisisha mawasilino baina ya watumishi na jamii ili kupunguza usumbufu wa safari ndefu kutoka sehemu moja kwenda nyingine na pia kuokoa muda, na urahisi wa upatikanaji wa huduma kwa wananchi” alisema. 
Kwa upande wake Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao (TaGLA), Bwana Charles Sekondo, amesema ofisi yake imekuwa ikitekeleza majukumu kwa ufanisi kwa kushirikiana na wadau mbalimbali wanaojihusisha na mafunzo kwa njia ya mtandao ili kwenda sambamba na maendeleo ya teknolojia duniani katika utekelezaji wa shughuli mbalimbali za kijamii na kiserikali. 
“Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao imerahisisha sana mawasiliano baina ya serikali, wizara, idara , wakala wa Serikali, pamoja na Sekta binafsi katika kuboresha uweledi kiutendaji kupitia utawala bora, anuai za jamii, maswala ya afya na mazingira” alisema Sekondo.
Katika Ziara hiyo Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi alitembelea maeneo mbalimbali ya ofisi ya Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa njia ya Mtandao ikiwemo Sehumu ya Huduma za Video Conference, Chumba cha Maabara za Kompyuta na kituo cha taarifa za maendeleo (TDCI). 
Mtandao wa TaGLA unajukumu la kuwajengea uwezo watumishi wa wizara, idara na wakala wa serikali pamoja na sekta binafsi katika nyanja mbalimbali ikiwemo , mafunzo ya midahalo kwa njia ya video ya hapa nchini na nchi nyingine, midahalo kwa njia ya mtandao, mafunzo ya ana kwa ana na mafunzo kwa njia ya uongozi.
 Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (wanne Kushoto) akifuatilia kwa umakini mazungumzo kwa njia ya mtandao na watu wa Kenya, alipotembelea ofisi ya Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa njia ya mtandao (TaGLa), jijini Dar es Salaam.
 Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (wanne Kushoto) akifuatilia kwa umakini mazungumzo kwa njia ya mtandao na watu wa Kenya, alipotembelea ofisi ya Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa njia ya mtandao (TaGLa),jijini Dar es Salaam.
 Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (wanne Kulia) akitoa neno la shukrani kwa watu wa Kenya baada ya  mazungumzo kwa njia ya mtandao , alipotembelea ofisi ya Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa njia ya Mtandao (TaGLa),jijini Dar es Salaam, kulia kwake ni  Mkuu wa Chuo cha IFM  Pro. Daniel Mjema, wa kwanza kushoto ni  Katibu Mkuu Ofisi ya Rais  Menejimenti ya Utumishi wa Umma, Bwana George Yembesi na Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA, Bwana Charles Senkondo.
 Wajumbe wa bodi ya Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao(TaGLa) wakifuatilia mazungunzo  kwa njia ya mtandao na watu wa Kenya, Mafunzo kwa njia ya mtandao (TaGLa),jijini Dar es Salaam.
 Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (wa tatu kushoto) akifurahia jambo baada ya kupata maelekezo namna mitambo ya mawasiliano inavyofanya kazi kutoka kwa Menaja wa tecknolojia TaGLA ,Bwana Emmanuel Tessua wa kwanza kushoto,na Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA ,Bwana Charles Senkondo(katikati) jijini Dar es Salaam.
 Menaja wa tecknolojia TaGLA ,Bwana Emmanuel Tessua wa kwanza kushoto, akitoa maelekezo kwa  Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (wa pili kulia) ya namana mikutano inavyofanyika kwa kutumia mtandao katika chumba  cha mikutano  wakati wa Ziara yake leo jijini dare s Salaam , wa kwanza kulia ni Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA Bwana Charles Senkondo jijini Dar es Salaam. 
 Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (katikati)  akitembele ofisi za Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa njia ya mtandao (TaGLa) katika ziara yake leo jijini Dare s Salaam, mbele ni  Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA, Bwana Charles Senkondo.
 Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA Bwana Charles Senkondo akitoa maelekezo  kwa Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue katika kituo cha taarifa za maendeleo(TDIC) alipotembelea ofisi hizo jijini  Dar es Salaam.
 Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA Bwana Charles Senkondo akitoa maelekezo  kwa Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue katika kituo cha taarifa za maendeleo(TDIC) alipotembelea ofisi hizo  jijini  Dar es Salaam.
 Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue ( wa tatu kushoto)  akiangalia namna majadiliano yanavyofanyika kwa mfumo wa kutumia mtandao  katika ofisi za Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa njia ya mtandao (TaGLa) wakati wa ziara yake  jijini Dare s Salaam, wa kwanza kushoto ni Menaja wa tecknolojia TaGLA ,Bwana Emmanuel Tessua na wa pili ni  Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA Bwana Charles Senkondo.
Katibu Mkuu Kiongozi  Balozi Ombeni Sefue (wa kwanza kulia)  akiangalia moja ya vitabu vinavyohifadhiwa katika kituo cha taarifa za maendeleo kilichopo katika ofisi za Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao (TaGLA), jijini Dar es Salaam wakati wa ziara yake katika  ofisi hizo , kushoto kwake ni Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TaGLA, Bwana Charles Senkondo na wengine ni wajumbe wa bodi ya TaGLA.
Picha na Lorietha Laurence- MAELAZO

 Mkubwa Fela na wanawe wakitoa misaada kwa watoto yatima kituo cha Temeke jijini Dar es salaam leo kama moja ya shughuli za kusherehekea kutimia kwa mwaka mmoja toka Yamoto Band izaliwe
 Mkuu wa kituo akikabidhiwa sehemu ya misaada hiyo na Mkubwa Fela
  Mkubwa Feka na wanawe wakipozi na watoto yatima kituo cha Temeke jijini Dar es salaam leo baada ya kuwakabidhi misaada ikiwa kama moja ya shughuli za kusherehekea kutimia kwa mwaka mmoja toka Yamoto Band izaliwe
 Misaada
 Mkubwa Feka akiweka sawa sehemu ya misaada hiyo
 Msaada zaidi
 Mkubwa Feka na wanawe wakipozi na watoto yatima kituo cha Temeke jijini Dar es salaam leo baada ya kuwakabidhi misaada ikiwa kama moja ya shughuli za kusherehekea kutimia kwa mwaka mmoja toka Yamoto Band izaliwe
 Mkubwa Feka na wanawe wakipozi na watoto yatima kituo cha Temeke jijini Dar es salaam leo
 Mkubwa Feka na wanawe wakipozi na watoto yatima kituo cha Temeke jijini Dar es salaam leo baada ya kuwakabidhi misaada ikiwa kama moja ya shughuli za kusherehekea kutimia kwa mwaka mmoja toka Yamoto Band izaliwe
 Mkubwa Feka na wanawe wakipozi na mkuu wa  kituo cha yatima Temeke jijini Dar es salaam leo baada ya kuwakabidhi misaada ikiwa kama moja ya shughuli za kusherehekea kutimia kwa mwaka mmoja toka Yamoto Band izaliwe
 Mkubwa Fela na wanawe wakipokea shukurani kutoka kwa mkuu wa kituo
 Mkuu wa kituo akimshukuru Mkubwa Fela na wanae
 Mkuu wa kituo akiwashukuru Yamoto Band
 Vijana wa Yatima Band wakitoa burudani kwa watoto yatima wa Temeke

Muziki na Maisha : High Class Look na Mkubwa na Wanawe Yatoa Msaada kwa kituo cha Watoto Yatima temeke

Posted by Gadiola 21.12.14  |  in  SIKU YA KUZALIWA  |  Soma Zaidi»

 Mkubwa Fela na wanawe wakitoa misaada kwa watoto yatima kituo cha Temeke jijini Dar es salaam leo kama moja ya shughuli za kusherehekea kutimia kwa mwaka mmoja toka Yamoto Band izaliwe
 Mkuu wa kituo akikabidhiwa sehemu ya misaada hiyo na Mkubwa Fela
  Mkubwa Feka na wanawe wakipozi na watoto yatima kituo cha Temeke jijini Dar es salaam leo baada ya kuwakabidhi misaada ikiwa kama moja ya shughuli za kusherehekea kutimia kwa mwaka mmoja toka Yamoto Band izaliwe
 Misaada
 Mkubwa Feka akiweka sawa sehemu ya misaada hiyo
 Msaada zaidi
 Mkubwa Feka na wanawe wakipozi na watoto yatima kituo cha Temeke jijini Dar es salaam leo baada ya kuwakabidhi misaada ikiwa kama moja ya shughuli za kusherehekea kutimia kwa mwaka mmoja toka Yamoto Band izaliwe
 Mkubwa Feka na wanawe wakipozi na watoto yatima kituo cha Temeke jijini Dar es salaam leo
 Mkubwa Feka na wanawe wakipozi na watoto yatima kituo cha Temeke jijini Dar es salaam leo baada ya kuwakabidhi misaada ikiwa kama moja ya shughuli za kusherehekea kutimia kwa mwaka mmoja toka Yamoto Band izaliwe
 Mkubwa Feka na wanawe wakipozi na mkuu wa  kituo cha yatima Temeke jijini Dar es salaam leo baada ya kuwakabidhi misaada ikiwa kama moja ya shughuli za kusherehekea kutimia kwa mwaka mmoja toka Yamoto Band izaliwe
 Mkubwa Fela na wanawe wakipokea shukurani kutoka kwa mkuu wa kituo
 Mkuu wa kituo akimshukuru Mkubwa Fela na wanae
 Mkuu wa kituo akiwashukuru Yamoto Band
 Vijana wa Yatima Band wakitoa burudani kwa watoto yatima wa Temeke

Dec 20, 2014



A PERSONAL JOURNEY: FROM PARASITE IMMUNOLOGY TO DISEASE CONTROL.
MWELECELE MALECELA
My career at NIMR is a true story of serendipity rather than design. I joined NIMR in 1987 after graduating form the University of Dar-es-Salaam with a B.Sc. in Zoology in 1986. After an extremely rigorous interview process I was assigned to work at the Amani Center and to specifically focus on a disease they called Bancroftian Filariasis. Now I had heard of this disease in my classes at UDSM and the great tutelage of Dr Parkin but I had know idea what I was going to do. In my mind I wanted to work on malaria which at the time I thought was  more interesting area of research. So I must say I was quite depressed as at the time Malaria research had the most resources in terms of funding and equipment. I was told explicitly that I was to work to revive the Bancroftian filariasis work at Amani.
As one who always thrives on a challenge I set off for my long trip up the Eastern Usambara Mountains to this place they called Amani. The trip was up a series of undulating hills until we got to a point where I did not see houses or people. My fear was supressed by the breathtaking beauty of the drive, the beautiful forest, and the air getting clearer as we drove up the hill. On arrival at Amani my fears attacked me again, could I do it how was I expected to live here almost in the middle of nowhere. I consoled myself by reminding myself that there were several scientists here and that if they could live here so could I. My dad had a favourite saying that “its up to you to manage your circumstances” and that is exactly what I decided to do.
After several weeks of orientation I was finally designated to work in the helminthology laboratory where I learnt all about this parasite Wuchereria Bancrofti, the parasite that spreads bancroftian filariasis. I learnt to identify microfilariae of Wuchereria Bancrofti and Onchocerca volvulus. I learnt to dissect mosquitoes for infective larvae and the lab diagnosis of several parasites including schistosomes, hookworms, Trichuris etc. At the time mine was a predominantly wormy world and the people who truly initiated me into the wonderful world of worms were some great lab technicians and lab assistants who gave me the best hands on training I ever had. I treasure this training because it has played a great role in making me who I am today. One lab assistant liked to remind me that he started working on the month I was born. It didn’t affect me that they treated me like a kid I just soaked up all the information that was being given to me and enjoyed every moment. My family sometimes worried about how i was doing I would phone them from our old handle phones connected through the tiny exchange to tell them that I was doing fine and that I actually liked it there.


My early work included examining the relationship between eosinophilia and helminth parasites, I also looked at the impact of the trials for vector control for malaria on the transmission of Bancroftian Filariasis. I also worked with the late Prof Chris Curtis to control culicines in Muheza town using polystyrene beads.
I then went on to do my Msc and PhD at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine of the University of London, where I worked on filarial infection in cats. The cats was an experimental animal model that provided a lot of current knowledge in the understanding of the pathogenesis of filarial infection. The work I did focused on understanding how parasites evaded the hosts immune system and my findings indicated that there were surface immunoglobulins of the host that actually protected the parasite. This added to the body of knowledge on asymptomatic microfilaraemics people who have microfilariae but have no overt symptoms of the disease.
On my return I was involved in developing a study to understand immunoepidemiology of Lymphatic Filariasis Transmission, a study that took place in sites in Kenya(Kingwende) and Tanzania (Masaika). Several papers came out of this study which allowed us to getter a better understanding of the spatial dynamics of LF transmission which would be very useful in developing effective control programmes.
At the same time I was involved with developing a strategic plan for the Elimination of the Lymphatic Filariasis Program of Tanzania. This followed the WHA resolution in May 1997 that called for the Elimination of Filariasis as a public health problem. The development of the comprehensive plan was followed by appointment to be the Director of the LF programme in 2000. In the year 2000 the LF program was launched on the island of Mafia and my legacy from the lab to the field to control came full circle. There is a swahili saying that says “safari moja huanzisha nyingine” literally translated means the end of one journey is the beginning of another! In my case however there has been no end to this journey just different points where I have paused but moved on in the same direction.
The LF programme has moved from strength to strength and is now functional in 53 districts and has reached 13 million people. With the focus now on neglected tropical diseases the approach has been integrated to include treatment for schistosomiasis, Soil Transmitted Helminths and Trachoma. In many ways my interview at the NIMR Headquarters prepared me for a career in Lymphatic Filariasis Research and Control but like all things in life I did not know it then. It gave me great pride when President Kikwete announced that he was going to start an LF Fund to support the people with the debilitating manifestations of the disease. H.E the President announced this at the Global Alliance Meeting in Arusha and this has raised the profile of the patients both in Tanzania and other countries in Africa. Results from our sentinel site in Tandahima show that the programme may have succeeded in interrupting transmission in the district charting it our to be the first district to have attained interruption of transmission of LF on  Tanzania mainland
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So is this a success story? Its a story about a young girl who dreamed about being a researcher, about a young woman who climbed the hills of Amani in search of that dream, and the woman who is living that dream doing research and contributing to the control of a disease she has worked on all her life! I would say that’s success wouldn’t you!
I am indebted to so many people who made this journey possible but most of all my parents Dr John Malecela and the late Mrs. Ezerina Malecela who told me in no uncertain terms that “yes I could”.
Relevant publications
Malecela M.N. Baldwin C.I and Denham D.A (1994) Hosts antigen on the surface of microfilariae of Wuchereria bancrofti and Brugia pahangi.
Transactions
Awarded prize for best presentation
Baldwin C.I., Medieros F, Malecela M.N. and Denham D.A (1994) Humoral responses in cats repeatedly infected with Brugia pahangi. Parasite 1,1S
Malecela (1995): Microfilariae and the immune response in cats repeatedly infected with Brugia pahangi. Ph.D. thesis, University of London.
P.E.Simonsen, D.W Meyrowitsch, W.G.Jaoko,M.N.Malecela, D.Mukoko, E.M.Pedersen, J.H. Ouma, R.T.Rwegoshora, N.Masese, P.Magnussen, B.B.A Estambale and E.Michael (2001) Bancroftian Filariasis infection,Diseaese and Specific Antibody Response Patterns in a high and a low endemicity community in East Africa. Parasite Immunology 23: 373-388
Michael E., Simonsen P.E., Malecela M., Mukoko D., Pedersen E.M., Rwegoshora R.T., Meyrowitsch D.W, Jaoko W.G., (2001)Transmission intensity and immunoepidemiology of bancroftian filariasis in East Africa. Parasite Immunology No 23. Pp 373-388
Paul Simonsen,Peter Bernhard, Walter Jaoko, Dan Meyerowitsch, Mwele N.Malecela-Lazaro, Pascal Magnussen and Edwin Michael (2002) Filaria Dance sign and subclinical hydrocele in two East African communities with Bancroftian filariasis. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Simonsen,P.E, Meyerowitsch, D.W, Jaoko W.G., Malecela, M.N., Mukoko, D., Pedersen, E.M., Ouma,J.H., Rwegoshora, R.T., Masese.N Magnussen, P., Estambale, B.B.A & Michael E. (2002) Bancroftian filariasis infection disease and specific antibody responses patterns in a high and low endemicity community in East Africa. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Vol 66(5) pp550-559
Simonsen P.E Meyrowitsch D.W., Mukoko D, Pedersen E.M., Malecela-Lazaro M.N., Rwegoshora R.T., Ouma J.H., Masese, N. , Jaoko W.G., Michael E., (2004) The effect of repeated half-yearly mass treatment on Wuchereria bancrofti infection and transmission in two East African communities with different levels of endemicity. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene No 70 pp. 63-71
Paul E. Simonsen, Stephen M. Magesa, Samuel K. Dunyo, Mwele N. Malecela-Lazaro, Edwin Michael (2004) The effect of single dose ivermectin alone or in combination with albendazole on Wuchereria bancrofti infection in primary school children in Tanzania. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 98,462-472
Simonsen,P.E., Meyerowistch D.W., Mukoko,D., Rwegoshora,R.T., Pedersen,E.M., Malecela Lazaro M.N., Jaoko W.G., and Michael E.(2005) The effect of eight half-yearly single-doses treatments with DEC on Wuchereria bancrofti circulating antigenaemia.

Mwanamke Shujaa :Dr Mwele Malecela: a Tanzanian medical research institution DG who as girl dreamed of becoming a researcher

Posted by Gadiola 20.12.14  |  in  MATUKIO  |  Soma Zaidi»



A PERSONAL JOURNEY: FROM PARASITE IMMUNOLOGY TO DISEASE CONTROL.
MWELECELE MALECELA
My career at NIMR is a true story of serendipity rather than design. I joined NIMR in 1987 after graduating form the University of Dar-es-Salaam with a B.Sc. in Zoology in 1986. After an extremely rigorous interview process I was assigned to work at the Amani Center and to specifically focus on a disease they called Bancroftian Filariasis. Now I had heard of this disease in my classes at UDSM and the great tutelage of Dr Parkin but I had know idea what I was going to do. In my mind I wanted to work on malaria which at the time I thought was  more interesting area of research. So I must say I was quite depressed as at the time Malaria research had the most resources in terms of funding and equipment. I was told explicitly that I was to work to revive the Bancroftian filariasis work at Amani.
As one who always thrives on a challenge I set off for my long trip up the Eastern Usambara Mountains to this place they called Amani. The trip was up a series of undulating hills until we got to a point where I did not see houses or people. My fear was supressed by the breathtaking beauty of the drive, the beautiful forest, and the air getting clearer as we drove up the hill. On arrival at Amani my fears attacked me again, could I do it how was I expected to live here almost in the middle of nowhere. I consoled myself by reminding myself that there were several scientists here and that if they could live here so could I. My dad had a favourite saying that “its up to you to manage your circumstances” and that is exactly what I decided to do.
After several weeks of orientation I was finally designated to work in the helminthology laboratory where I learnt all about this parasite Wuchereria Bancrofti, the parasite that spreads bancroftian filariasis. I learnt to identify microfilariae of Wuchereria Bancrofti and Onchocerca volvulus. I learnt to dissect mosquitoes for infective larvae and the lab diagnosis of several parasites including schistosomes, hookworms, Trichuris etc. At the time mine was a predominantly wormy world and the people who truly initiated me into the wonderful world of worms were some great lab technicians and lab assistants who gave me the best hands on training I ever had. I treasure this training because it has played a great role in making me who I am today. One lab assistant liked to remind me that he started working on the month I was born. It didn’t affect me that they treated me like a kid I just soaked up all the information that was being given to me and enjoyed every moment. My family sometimes worried about how i was doing I would phone them from our old handle phones connected through the tiny exchange to tell them that I was doing fine and that I actually liked it there.


My early work included examining the relationship between eosinophilia and helminth parasites, I also looked at the impact of the trials for vector control for malaria on the transmission of Bancroftian Filariasis. I also worked with the late Prof Chris Curtis to control culicines in Muheza town using polystyrene beads.
I then went on to do my Msc and PhD at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine of the University of London, where I worked on filarial infection in cats. The cats was an experimental animal model that provided a lot of current knowledge in the understanding of the pathogenesis of filarial infection. The work I did focused on understanding how parasites evaded the hosts immune system and my findings indicated that there were surface immunoglobulins of the host that actually protected the parasite. This added to the body of knowledge on asymptomatic microfilaraemics people who have microfilariae but have no overt symptoms of the disease.
On my return I was involved in developing a study to understand immunoepidemiology of Lymphatic Filariasis Transmission, a study that took place in sites in Kenya(Kingwende) and Tanzania (Masaika). Several papers came out of this study which allowed us to getter a better understanding of the spatial dynamics of LF transmission which would be very useful in developing effective control programmes.
At the same time I was involved with developing a strategic plan for the Elimination of the Lymphatic Filariasis Program of Tanzania. This followed the WHA resolution in May 1997 that called for the Elimination of Filariasis as a public health problem. The development of the comprehensive plan was followed by appointment to be the Director of the LF programme in 2000. In the year 2000 the LF program was launched on the island of Mafia and my legacy from the lab to the field to control came full circle. There is a swahili saying that says “safari moja huanzisha nyingine” literally translated means the end of one journey is the beginning of another! In my case however there has been no end to this journey just different points where I have paused but moved on in the same direction.
The LF programme has moved from strength to strength and is now functional in 53 districts and has reached 13 million people. With the focus now on neglected tropical diseases the approach has been integrated to include treatment for schistosomiasis, Soil Transmitted Helminths and Trachoma. In many ways my interview at the NIMR Headquarters prepared me for a career in Lymphatic Filariasis Research and Control but like all things in life I did not know it then. It gave me great pride when President Kikwete announced that he was going to start an LF Fund to support the people with the debilitating manifestations of the disease. H.E the President announced this at the Global Alliance Meeting in Arusha and this has raised the profile of the patients both in Tanzania and other countries in Africa. Results from our sentinel site in Tandahima show that the programme may have succeeded in interrupting transmission in the district charting it our to be the first district to have attained interruption of transmission of LF on  Tanzania mainland
[IMG_7940.jpg]
So is this a success story? Its a story about a young girl who dreamed about being a researcher, about a young woman who climbed the hills of Amani in search of that dream, and the woman who is living that dream doing research and contributing to the control of a disease she has worked on all her life! I would say that’s success wouldn’t you!
I am indebted to so many people who made this journey possible but most of all my parents Dr John Malecela and the late Mrs. Ezerina Malecela who told me in no uncertain terms that “yes I could”.
Relevant publications
Malecela M.N. Baldwin C.I and Denham D.A (1994) Hosts antigen on the surface of microfilariae of Wuchereria bancrofti and Brugia pahangi.
Transactions
Awarded prize for best presentation
Baldwin C.I., Medieros F, Malecela M.N. and Denham D.A (1994) Humoral responses in cats repeatedly infected with Brugia pahangi. Parasite 1,1S
Malecela (1995): Microfilariae and the immune response in cats repeatedly infected with Brugia pahangi. Ph.D. thesis, University of London.
P.E.Simonsen, D.W Meyrowitsch, W.G.Jaoko,M.N.Malecela, D.Mukoko, E.M.Pedersen, J.H. Ouma, R.T.Rwegoshora, N.Masese, P.Magnussen, B.B.A Estambale and E.Michael (2001) Bancroftian Filariasis infection,Diseaese and Specific Antibody Response Patterns in a high and a low endemicity community in East Africa. Parasite Immunology 23: 373-388
Michael E., Simonsen P.E., Malecela M., Mukoko D., Pedersen E.M., Rwegoshora R.T., Meyrowitsch D.W, Jaoko W.G., (2001)Transmission intensity and immunoepidemiology of bancroftian filariasis in East Africa. Parasite Immunology No 23. Pp 373-388
Paul Simonsen,Peter Bernhard, Walter Jaoko, Dan Meyerowitsch, Mwele N.Malecela-Lazaro, Pascal Magnussen and Edwin Michael (2002) Filaria Dance sign and subclinical hydrocele in two East African communities with Bancroftian filariasis. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Simonsen,P.E, Meyerowitsch, D.W, Jaoko W.G., Malecela, M.N., Mukoko, D., Pedersen, E.M., Ouma,J.H., Rwegoshora, R.T., Masese.N Magnussen, P., Estambale, B.B.A & Michael E. (2002) Bancroftian filariasis infection disease and specific antibody responses patterns in a high and low endemicity community in East Africa. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Vol 66(5) pp550-559
Simonsen P.E Meyrowitsch D.W., Mukoko D, Pedersen E.M., Malecela-Lazaro M.N., Rwegoshora R.T., Ouma J.H., Masese, N. , Jaoko W.G., Michael E., (2004) The effect of repeated half-yearly mass treatment on Wuchereria bancrofti infection and transmission in two East African communities with different levels of endemicity. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene No 70 pp. 63-71
Paul E. Simonsen, Stephen M. Magesa, Samuel K. Dunyo, Mwele N. Malecela-Lazaro, Edwin Michael (2004) The effect of single dose ivermectin alone or in combination with albendazole on Wuchereria bancrofti infection in primary school children in Tanzania. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 98,462-472
Simonsen,P.E., Meyerowistch D.W., Mukoko,D., Rwegoshora,R.T., Pedersen,E.M., Malecela Lazaro M.N., Jaoko W.G., and Michael E.(2005) The effect of eight half-yearly single-doses treatments with DEC on Wuchereria bancrofti circulating antigenaemia.

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