Tuesday, March 29, 2011

MEN'S WEDDING RINGS



Mara nyingi tumezoea pete zinazofanana kwa wanaume na wanawake. Lakini katika dunia ya wenzetu huko majuu pete ziko KIVINGINE!









wavy wedding rings pair in yellow gold or white gold















mans wedding ring with a straight groove






Modern Wedding gowns

Ndugu, which one would you like to be your gown on your wedding day?
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SPORTS AND GAME, GOSSIPS AND TRANSFERS (Tuesday)

AFRICAN FOOTBALL
 
Group D
Team
MP
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Central Africa
3
1
1
1
3
2
1
4
Morocco
3
1
1
1
1
1
0
4
Tanzania
3
1
1
1
3
3
0
4
Algeria
3
1
1
1
2
3
-1
4
 
 
TRANSFER GOSSIP
Inter Milan midfielder Wesley Sneijder has hinted he is ready to listen to Manchester United's overtures, possibly paving the way for a record-breaking £30m-plus transfer.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Manchester United are weighing up a move for Werder Bremen's vastly experienced centre-back Per Mertesacker this summer.
Full story: Caught Offside

Bayern Munich are the latest club to join the race for Arsenal defender Gael Clichy.
Full story: talkSPORT

Palermo have suggested they are expecting bids from a number of English clubs including Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea for midfielder Javier Pastore in the summer.
Full story: Metro

A host of Europe's top clubs are gearing up for a summer battle for Gareth Bale after Tottenham made an approach to sign Lyon's Michael Bastos as a replacement, according to reports in the Italian press.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Germany World Cup star Miroslav Klose set to seal free transfer to Tottenham this summer.
Full story: Daily Mail

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is preparing a big money offer for soon to be out of contract Hamburg striker Ruud van Nistelrooy.
Full story: Caught Offside

Chelsea want to reunite Fernando Torres with his former Atletico Madrid strike partner Sergio Aguero at Stamford Bridge.
Full story: talkSPORT

David Luiz has urged Brazil team-mate Neymar to join him at Chelsea after the striker admitted he wants to move to Europe.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Bosnia striker Vedad Ibisevic wanted by Midlands duo Aston Villa and West Brom.
Full story: Daily Mail

Manchester United have agreed a deal with Atletico Madrid to sign young keeper David de Gea this summer, according to reports in the Spanish press.
Full story: Caught Offside

Brazilian playmaker Ganso vows to honour his Santos contract and shun Chelsea, Spurs and Inter Milan.
Full story: talkSPORT

Liverpool's Lucas is being lined up for a £3m move to Napoli as the Reds continue to track Blackpool star Charlie Adam as a central midfield replacement.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Liverpool will reportedly attempt to land Inter Milan left-back Davide Santon by offering Alberto Aquilani in return for the talented young Italian international.
Full story: Caught Offside

Blackburn manager Steve Kean has confirmed Rovers want to take Hamburg's Ruud van Nistelrooy on a free transfer.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Tottenham are lining up a summer move for Sevilla striker Alvaro Negredo, according to reports in Spain.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Birmingham are tracking 15-goal Dundee United and Scotland striker David Goodwillie, who is also a target for Rangers.
Full story: Daily Mirror


OTHER GOSSIP
England boss Fabio Capello has claimed he only needs to know a maximum 100 words of English after being grilled over his grasp of the language three years into his reign.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Liverpool captain Steve Gerrard admits the players let down Roy Hodgson during his failure-filled six months as manager earlier this season.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Fernando Torres has told Cesc Fabregas to prepare himself for a backlash if he quits Arsenal for Barcelona having seen himself go from hero to zero on Merseyside after quitting Liverpool for Chelsea in January.
Full story: Daily Mail


AND FINALLY
Andy Carroll will lead England's attack against Ghana at Wembley - after being ordered by boss Fabio Capello to drink less beer.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Manchester United are the most hated company in the UK, more so than banks, utility companies or budget airlines, it is claimed.
Full story: Metro

Cesc Wants Barca Move Barcelona midfielder Xavi has revealed that Cesc Fabregas wants to leave Arsenal and come to the Camp Nou in the summer. Arsenal are ready to sell the player for a fee of €51.5 million, though at the moment the Spanish giants are unwilling to meet that figure...

I Almost Coached England
Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has revealed that he almost took over as the England national team coach in 2007. Admitting that he was mere hours away from replacing Steve McClaren, the Portuguese gaffer claimed he changed his mind due to the lack of international playing time...

Beware Lithuania
Despite Spain being heavily favoured to beat minnows Lithuania in Euro 2012 qualifying on Tuesday evening, star striker David Villa has warned La Furia Roja not to underestimate their opponents. The record-setting goalscorer believes their hosts will be difficult to break down...

Gallas Extends With Spurs
Tottenham Hotspur have announced that defender William Gallas has signed a new deal at White Hart Lane that will keep the former Arsenal man at the Premier League club until June 2013. The 33-year-old has impressed in his first season with Spurs in both the EPL and Champions League...

Selecao's Shining Starlet
After a scintillating two-goal exhibition against Scotland on Sunday, it's not difficult to see why Santos star Neymar is one of the hottest prospects in football today. Looking at the youngster in detail, Daniel Edwards explains why Neymar is crucial to Brazil's Copa America hopes in 2011...

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

JOBS/ VACCANCY/KAZI

Introduction
Sikika is a nongovernmental organization that advocates for quality health services for all Tanzanians. The organization works to ensure equitable and affordable quality health care services through social accountability monitoring of health systems at all government levels. Sikika seeks to recruit the following candidates with immediate effect:
  • Head of Programmes (1 vacancy)
Responsibilities
  • Advise and coordinate the implementation of Sikika’s programmes through Heads of Departments. This will include timely presentation of plans and reports to Sikika’s Board of Directors and donors.
  • Oversee the implementation of annual work plans and budgets, as well as other activities that may be determined in conjunction with the ED.
  • Assist programme staff focusing on achieving results of agreed targets.
  • Mentor and coach program staff on networking and advocacy.
  • Mentor and coach programme staff on leadership and organizational development.
  • Implement and strengthen the monitoring framework for the Sikika programme strategy. This will include building an understanding within the organization that all decisions have the potential to further the organizational mission.
  • Oversee timely and quality reporting and documentation of Sikika’s activities.
  • Design and implement periodic impact assessments to measure changes in Sikika’s targets.
  • Identify and implement a strategy to close gaps in organizational development and advocacy skills among programme staff.
  • Mentor, coach and appraise all programme staff.
  • Advise and support the Executive Director and contribute to the overall conceptualization of Sikika’s programmes as well as the organization as a whole.
Key competencies: (a) Masters degree in Social Sciences. (b) At least three years experience in areas related to your responsibilities. (c) Excellent writing and communication skills. (d) Strong analytical and statistical skills. (e) Experience in the implementation of strategic plans and advocacy projects including coalition building and sustaining joint action. (f) Clear understanding of Tanzanian governance and accountability structures. (g) Strong organizational and management skills. (h) Planning, financial management, and evaluation skills. (i) At least three years experience in a leadership position.
  • Head of departments - Medicines & Supplies (1 vacancy) and
  • Head of Health Care Governance & Finance (1 vacancy)
 Responsibilities
  • Carry out evidence-based critical policy (and budget) analyses of public planning and resource allocation, public expenditure management, performance management, public integrity and oversight roles & effectiveness.
  • Plan, direct, control and organize resources for the work of the department.
  • Implement the department’s activities, report in a timely manner, and engage in reflective planning.
  • Supervise department staff, set their performance standards, and appraise them based on these standards.
  • Report to the Head of Programmes and work as part of Sikika’s management team.
  • Write critical policy analysis reports and make presentations to stakeholders.
  • Participate in key health policy processes by central and local governments.
  • Form alliances and coalitions with partners, government and communities.
  • Carry out tracking studies and research work.
Key competencies: (a) Masters degree in Social Sciences. (b) At least three years experience in areas related to your responsibilities. (c) Excellent writing and communication skills. (d) Strong analytical and statistical skills. (e) High level strategic and critical thinking ability and advocacy skills, including coalition building and sustaining joint action. (f) Clear understanding of Tanzanian governance and accountability structures. (g) Strong organizational and management skills. (h) Planning, financial management, and evaluation skills.
  • Head of Department - Media and Publishing (1 vacancy)
Key roles and responsibilities:
  • Co-ordinate Sikika’s communication activities and resources across a range of programmes and provide support to advocacy work.
  • Coordinate and manage timely production of the organisation’s communication tools such as newsletters, website, press releases, radio programs, notice board, radio station etc. and provide technical advice in developing and managing these tools.
  • Coordinate the production of TV and Radio spots.
  • Assist in the production and dissemination of publications which include briefs, books, posters, etc.
  • Oversee the documentation of all media work in both soft and hard copies.
  • Produce quarterly, mid-year and annual media progress reports.
  • Facilitate the engagement with media houses by making sure that press releases, articles and feature stories on Sikika's activities are published.
  • Make sure that reports come out with high quality design and ensure that the organization is up to date with advanced technologies.
  •  Supervise department staff, set their performance standards, and appraise them according to these standards.
  • Report to the Head of Programs and work as part of Sikika’s management team.
Desirable Qualities: (a)Masters in Mass Communication or Journalism. (b) At least three years of proven experience in media work and experience in IT and designing.
(c) Produce evidence of various kinds of media work completed. (d) Excellent writing and communication skills. (e) Skills and strong experience in monitoring, evaluation, and documentation is an added advantage.

Remuneration:

An attractive compensation package will be offered to successful candidates.

If you believe you satisfy the above requirements you are encouraged to send: (a) a cover letter explaining why your competencies and experiences are suitable for the job, (b) an updated CV which includes your contact details and (c) the full names and addresses of 3 references.

Send your application papers to:

The Executive Director, Sikika, P.O Box 12183, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania or by e-mail to jobs@sikika.or.tz.

Application Deadline: 4 April 2011.

LOVELY QUOTES

I can't write beautiful, lyrical poetry,
I can't put my words into perfect sentences,
I can't express all that is in my heart,
But somehow, "I love you"...
Says it all.

- Shaistha -

lovely poem

All I Need
Your love surrounds me like the air that I breathe.
Your kiss touches me as gentle as a breeze.
Your touch is as tender as that of a child.
Your hug is warm, meek, and mild.
Each day we grow older and its plain to see,
The love that you give me is all that I need.

Funny marriage quotes (Jokes)

A married couple are well suited when both partners usually feel the need for a quarrel at the same time.
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Marriage is not just spiritual communion, it is also remembering to take out the trash.
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Marriage is like a bank account. You put it in, you take it out, you lose interest.
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SPORTS AND GAME, GOSSIPS AND TRANSFERS (Wednesday)

Richard Dunne's recent off-field spat with Aston Villa's coaching staff has made the Republic of Ireland centre-back a target for both Liverpool and Manchester United.
On-loan Liverpool midfielder Alberto Aquilani is likely to sign a permanent deal for Juventus at the end of the season, the Italian's agent has revealed.
Full story: Daily Mirror
Matt Jarvis's call-up to the senior England squad has sparked interest in the 24-year-old Wolves winger from Newcastle and Liverpool.
Full story: Metro
The father of Ajax's highly-rated 19-year-old midfielder Christian Eriksen has insisted the Dane will not be joining an English club, despite reported interest from Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea.
River Plate midfielder Erik Lamela, considered one of South America's hottest young prospects, is set to become the subject of a summer bidding war after Tottenham and Liverpool joined Barcelona in a race for the 19-year-old Argentine's signature.
Full story: Metro
Fulham are favourites ahead of Bolton and Everton to sign Plymouth's hotly-tipped 17-year-old defender Jack Stevens.
Full story: Daily Mail
OTHER GOSSIP
Aston Villa boss Gerard Houllier has tightened the club's disciplinary code following the controversy over defensive duo James Collins and Richard Dunne's outbursts at Villa coaching staff a fortnight ago.
Full story: Daily Mail
Jim Magilton has accused Ipswich of engaging in a "long and unnecessary dispute" after the Northern Irishman won his court case to be paid compensation over his managerial dismissal by the Suffolk club in April 2009.
Full story: Daily Mirror
Rafael van der Vaart has admitted his growing frustration at being regularly substituted by Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp, but added he expected the storm to blow over during his 10 days away from White Hart Lane on international duty with the Netherlands.
Full story: Daily Mail
Manchester City's hopes of signing Barcelona full-back Dani Alves appear to have been dashed after the Brazilian, 27, agreed a new three-year contract at the Nou Camp.
Full story: Daily Mirror
AND FINALLY
Sports Minister Hugh Robertson says the Government will consider reintroducing standing areas at top-level football matches, 21 years after Lord Justice Taylor recommended terracing be outlawed in the wake of the Hillsborough disaster.
Full story: The Guardian

Ganso Eyes Europe Move
Santos president Luis Alvaro Ribeiro has revealed that the club's highly coveted playmaker Ganso has requested a move to Europe. With both Inter and Milan heavily linked with the attacking midfielder, a move to Serie A may well be on the cards for the free-scoring young Brazilian...
Alves Re-Signs With Barca
After months of speculation regarding the Brazilian's future, Barcelona full-back Daniel Alves has finally signed a contract extension with the Catalan club. The 27-year-old put pen to paper for a deal that sees him tied to Camp Nou until 2015, warding off any possible interest from Manchester City...

No Qualms Over Captaincy
John Terry has given his first press conference since being reinstated as England captain and claims none of the other players have any issue with the decision. The Chelsea star also admitted he spoke with Rio Ferdinand, but says he's delighted to be the Three Lions' skipper again...

Four More Years
Michel Platini, who was the only candidate who ran, was today re-elected as the president of UEFA for another four-year term. The 55-year-old former France international thanked friends old and new after his appointment, before vowing to crack down on fan violence and match fixing...
Inter's Report Card
With the season nearing its end, Goal.com's Adam Scime assesses how the Nerazzurri's new signings fared in their first season, and whether the club got it right or wrong in the transfer market. Each addition is given a grade, before a final overall mark is awarded for the club...

One Of Spain's Best
Athletic Bilbao striker Fernando Llorente believes Barcelona midfielder Xavi is one of the best Spanish footballers of all-time. The 31-year-old is set to claim his 100th international cap and has won both the European Cup and World Cup, marking a historic era for the Spanish side.
English Not As Good
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho believes that the top teams in the English Premier League have lost some of their earlier sheen this season and former Chelsea manager is also confident of getting past the challenge of Tottenham Hotspur in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

SPECIAL EDITION: AJALI YA FIVE STARS