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Tanzania Women of Achievement Awards

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    1st September 2009

    PRESS RELEASE

    Frontline Management launches Tanzania Women of Achievement Awards


    Frontline Management, a local PR company introduces the Tanzania Women of Achievement Awards. These prestigious awards seek to recognize women in different sectors, currently working in the geographical boundaries of Tanzania, paying tribute to the most exceptional and achieving women in the country who have not only achieved success in their own respective fields but who have made a tangible difference in communities and society as a whole.

    “Tanzanian women have long been at the forefront of achieving political, economical and social equality in our country. They have worked passionately over many years for uplifting and increasing prosperity of their families and communities in general. It is due time that these efforts are acknowledged and commended“ said Irene Kiwia, managing director of Frontline Management.

    Kiwia further explained “We aim for the Awards to grow and enjoy national status as the pre-eminent awards for women and gain the interest of Tanzanians, the public and the private sectors as by highlighting individual successes the awards both celebrates the incredible achievement of women and provide crucial role models to encourage more women to follow in their footsteps.”

    All women of all ages, background and social status are invited to participate as long as their work has been prominent in the last 3 years and have improved the social and economic situation of the community and Tanzania as a whole.

    All Tanzanians are encouraged to participate, urged Mrs. Sadaka Gandi the head of the awards committee “we encourage Tanzanians to come forward and nominate themselves, friends, family or colleagues. We need more heroes and role models in Tanzania as without heroes, we are all plain people, and don’t know how far we can go.”

    The judging sessions will include a committee of 8 outstanding Tanzanians from different aspects of life who will select three finalists in each of the eleven Award categories – Arts and Culture, Information & Communication; Public Sector; Young Achiever; Business Entrepreneurs; Education; Health; Science & Technology; Social Welfare; Agriculture, and Sport.

    The finalists will undergo individual interviews by the panel of judges to determine a winner per category, as well as establish who will be presented with the overall Woman of the Year accolade.

    The category winners and overall winner will be announced during a gala event that will take place on the 27th of November 2009 at the Mlimani City Hall where the winners will receive cash money prize, trophy and recognition.

    The nomination forms can be obtained and filled online at www.frontline.co.tz or call 0614 105 186 or email info@frontline.co.tz

    ABOUT FRONTLINE MANAGEMENT:

    Frontline Management Ltd. (FML) is a full service public relations and event management company based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. We specialize in corporate communication at all levels, from media management, corporate social responsibility, public relations campaigns, corporate events and brand awareness.

    Contacts:

    Nancy Sumari
    Events Director


    Hellen Kiwia
    Public Relations Director

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    PROJECT PROPOSAL

    Tanzanian women have long been at the forefront of achieving political and social equality in our country. They have worked passionately over many years for the upliftment and increased prosperity of their families and communities.

    The Award pays tribute to the most exceptional and achieving women in the country who have not only achieved success in their own respective fields but who have made a tangible difference in communities and society as a whole.

    All nationalities are considered for the Awards provided they are based within the geographical boundaries of Tanzania.

    The Awards provide a wonderful opportunity to recognize and applaud women who are helping to reshape Tanzania for the better. For many of the women this will be the first time that their achievement has received public accolade. They will be awarded cash money as well as trophies and a certificate in recognition of the work that they do together with helping them further their constructive contribution in our society

    The gala dinner, which culminates with the presentation of the Awards, is not only an inspirational occasion but will also be one of the best and most enjoyable networking events in the annual calendar. The schedule allows time to make new contacts as well as the chance to enjoy a series of presentations, which inspire, motivate and celebrate female success.

    The awards will be launched this year in 2009 and will thereafter become an annual event.

    Award Categories

    Arts and Culture: The nominee has developed or fostered one of the art forms and/or cultures in Tanzania. This could have been done through her own artistic or cultural creations, or her development of the work of others

    Business Entrepreneurs: The nominee has shown entrepreneurial skills by developing a viable, sustainable business or a group of enterprises that provides employment for others. She could also have enabled other Tanzanians to become entrepreneurs.

    Information and Communication: The nominee has raised public awareness on important issues through the media. As well as her use of the media to contribute towards a better Tanzanian society.

    Education: The nominee is an educator at primary, secondary or tertiary level, who has provided access to education (e.g. through libraries and schools) or who has enabled learners to benefit from a system or programme that she has developed and instituted.

    Health: The nominee has contributed to the health of communities or special groups in Tanzania through the development of a programme or system, or through providing access to health care for communities.

    Social Welfare: The nominee has contributed to the betterment of society through the provision or development of basic facilities (water, sanitation, housing, electricity etc), or through initiating or developing a support structure or programme that offers information, comfort and assistance and improves the lives of communities or special groups.

    Science & Technology: The nominee is a scientist, mathematician, practitioner, researcher, technician or any other worker in this field, whose research, invention or participation in a project or programme has made a significant contribution to the progress and/or welfare of our society and/or environment.

    Sport: The nominee is an internationally ranked sports woman, or someone who has played a key role in sports administration: either by bringing sport to disadvantaged communities, playing a key role in making sport representative and inclusive, or by developing a previously unknown sport in Tanzania.

    Public Sector:The nominee is a civil servant whose service in the given field has brought about remarkable and positive impact within her community and Tanzania.

    Young Achiever:The nominee is receiving an ovation for playing a remarkable role within her given field and achieving great results yet of a relatively young age.

    Agriculture: The nominee through agriculture has impacted the society by either paving the way, providing means or setting an example on how this sector that is the backbone of our economy can prosper and foster the society.

    The judging process

    The nominating exercise will begin with a media campaign introducing the achievement awards, outlining what it entails and also urging the Tanzanian public to submit themselves or other parties that they may know of who fit the bill to make them eligible for nomination by a judging panel.

    The judging sessions is to start with two rounds of adjudication to determine the category finalists and winners. A prestigious judging panel sifts through the nominations and compiles individual shortlists of 10 nominees in each category of the Award. Hereafter they meet in panels to compare their nominations and identify the three finalists in each of the seven Award categories – Arts, Culture & Communications; Public Sector; Young Achiever; Business Entrepreneurs; Education; Health; Science & Technology; Social Welfare; and Sport.

    The criteria used will include whether the nominee has leadership skills, drive and a strong personal vision for herself; whether she is articulate and persuasive, and whether her work is relevant to the socio-economic conditions in her community and Tanzania as a whole. The nominee's suitability as a role model is essential and it is very important for this nominee to not only have achieved in her own right but also to have made a difference within her community.

    The finalists will undergo individual interviews by the panel of judges to determine a winner per category, as well as establish who will be presented with the overall Woman of the Year accolade.

    The judging process culminates in the announcement of the category winners and overall winner during a gala event that will be filmed for broadcast by a local television network in August this year.

    Criteria for nominees

    • The nominee's achievements should be evident after May 2000, and her most prominent work done in the 12 months preceding her nomination.
    • The nominee must have made a tangible difference in the category for which she has been nominated.
    • The nominee's achievements and the changes she has brought about should have made a positive difference to the lives of the Tanzanian people.
    • The nominee's work should have improved the social and economic situation of the community and Tanzania as a whole.
    • The nominee's should be a capable leader and role model who influenced others to join in her efforts to make a difference.
    • The nominee must have been able to overcome obstacles and at the same time shown tenacity, creativity and drive.
    • The nominee should be driven by a desire to do something about the problems she encounters.
    • The nominee must be results-orientated.
    • The nominee must have a broader vision for the work she is doing, promote equality for women and campaign for a greater role for women in society.
    • The nominee must be able to inspire others and motivate them to join her in her particular endeavor.

    THE FINALISTS AND WINNER MUST BE PREPARED TO BE INTERVIEWED BY THE MEDIA AND UNDERTAKE OTHER PUBLICITY WORK RELATED TO THE AWARD.

    The Women of Achievement Grant.
    This is borne out of a desire to make a tangible commitment to the women of the future. Each year the grant will offer women financial and practical support, giving them a chance to fulfill their dreams and ambitions, be it through scholarships, starting new businesses, funding ongoing projects or assisting other women or initiatives that are channeled towards making a positive impact in society.

     
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    Tatizo za Awards kama hizi zitaishia kupewa Wake za Wabunge au Mawaziri au Marais waliopo ambao walikwapua fedha za umma kwenda kufanyia mambo yao kwa mgogo wa jamii.

    Kwa vigezo hivo walivovitaja hapo juu ni vipi wataweza kumuona na kumzawadia "Tanzania Women of Achiemennt Award" Mwanamke aliyehamasisha ujenzi wa kisima au alieleta mabadiliko na mafanikio kule Ilemela, au kule Bumbuli au kule Songea Vijijini au pengine kule Namtumbo?

    Hii ni njia ya kupongeza Wake za mafisadi na Vigogo kwa kazi nzuri wanazozifanya kwa ufisadi...! Sitashangaa kuona ni wanawake wale wale wa kila siku tu watakaopewa hizo zawadi (Getrude Mongela, Anna Abdalah, Anna Makinda, Mama Sitta etc)

    Huo ni mtazamo wangu tu...!
     
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    Frontline Management Team,with Patron Mama Sophia Simba and Sponsors for the Women Of achievement Awards


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    Nancy Sumari, events Director of Frontline Management,Irene Kiwia, Managing Director of Frontline Management, Hon. Mama Sophia Simba and Sadaka Gandhi Head of Awards committee

    Hon. Sophia Simba, Minister of State in the President’s office(Good Governance) and chairperson for Umoja Wa Wanawake Tanzania (UWT), is the official patron for Tanzania Women of Achievement Awards.

    The awards were launched by a local PR company Frontline Management at the beginning of September with the objectives to empower and inspire women through recognition of the most exceptional and achieving women in the country who have not only achieved success in their own respective fields but have made a significant difference in their communities and society as a whole.

    The judging panel is made up of a committee of 6 outstanding Tanzanians including:

    *Dr. Chijoriga -Dean, University of Dar es Salaam business school,
    Dr. Ramadhan Dau - Executive Director NSSF,
    *Mrs. Mary Rusimbi - Founder and former Executive Director for Tanzania Gender Networking Programme,
    *Sadaka Gandi- Counseling Psychologist,
    *Ms.Joaquine De Mello - Commissioner for the Commission for Human rights and Good Governance (CHRAGGR),
    *Innocent Mungi- TCRA Public Relations and Communication Director
    *Irene Kiwia - MD Frontline Management.

    The categories for the awards include – Arts and Culture, Information & Communication; Public Sector; Young Achiever; Business Entrepreneur; Education; Health; Science & Technology; Social Welfare; Agriculture, and Sports.

    The category winners and overall winner will be announced during a gala that will take place at the end of November 2009 at the Mlimani City Hall where the winners will receive cash money prize, trophy and certificate.

    The nomination forms can be obtained at all sponsor’s offices across the country or online at http://www.frontline.co.tz/ or call 0614 105 186 or email: info@frontline.co.tz

    Deadline for receiving nominee forms is first week of November.

    ABOUT FRONTLINE MANAGEMENT:
    Frontline Management Ltd. (FML) is a full service public relations, event management company based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. We specialize in corporate communication at all levels, from media management, corporate social responsibility, public relations campaigns, corporate events, TV and radio production and brand awareness.
     

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    wazo zuri kutoka na nawapongeza sana FM kwa ubunifu. All the best
     
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    Nilibahatika kuwaona hawa wadada wakati wakielezea hizi awards katika kipindi cha channel 10 on monday, really nilivutiwa.

    Wasiwasi wangu, ni uileule waliokuwa nao wauliza maswali wengi...jinsi ya kupata nyaraka za kuthibitisha uhalali wa kupewa award.

    Otherwise its a very good step forward, na waangalie zaidi wale wanawake waliosahaulika zaidi katika jamii!
     
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    juhudi ni nzuri lakini kwa kumuweka sofia simba .......nina wasiwasi mafisadi wakuwa ndo wanachukua hizo awards.
     
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    Nadhani mama Ann Mkapa anastahiri, ule Mfuko wa Fursa Sawa kwa wote (EOTF) umechangia sana kuleta maendeleo....mashule, hospital etc etc heko mama Mkapa

     
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    Where are the nominees??

    I suggest Mwanvita Makamba to be one of them.
     
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    I suggest Betty chalamila Mkwassa...
     
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    Yule mama spoti, yaani umri tu alinizidi.
     
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    Mimi na-suggest yule housegirl wa MAHITA
     
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    I REALLY LIKE THIS DADA, nimemsikia kwenye clouds FM kipindi cha Dina mara kadhaa.... i wish angekuwa mke wangu!!!
     
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    Tatizo la Awards kama hizi ni kama ifuatavyo:

    a) Wanaozibuni wanazifanya kuwa ni KAZI YAO, na si kwamba zinakuwapo kwa sababu zinahitajika. LA HASHA! Huu ni mradi wa watu wachache, wajanja, wanaojua kwamba kwa kumhusisha fulani na fulani, nguvu ya ushawishi itapatikana.

    b) Badala ya kuwatambua watu ambao kwa kweli ni mashujaa, kwa upande wa wanawake, wanatambuliwa watu wachache ambao HAWASTAHILI. Unapompa tuzo Mwanamke Mbunge au Waziri, kwamba AMEFANIKIWA (achievement), unampa kwa sababu AMEFANIKIWA au ni KAZI YAKE?

    Mtazamo wangu ni kwamba, mafanikio ya kweli ni yale ambayo yanapatikana kwa watu ambao WAMEPIGWA CHINI. Ndio, wapo watu wengi kama hao, hapa nchini, ambao tunawaita WA HALI YA CHINI, lakini pamoja na kuwa katika hali hiyo, wamefanikiwa kwa kuwawezesha watu wengine waweze kufanikiwa.

    Ukimpa tuzo Mwamvita Makamba hutakuwa tofauti naye, kwani (i) analipwa kiasi cha fedha KIKUBWA SANA, (ii) kwa kufanya kazi ya KIJAMII, kwa kuwa (iii) ni msomi (na pengine kuwa mtoto wa MKUBWA imechangia), (iv) na hayuko kwenye HALI YA CHINI. Ukisema kwamba Mwamvita Makamba ni mtu anayestahili kupewa tuzo ya KUFANIKIWA, hebu niambie, AMEFANIKIWA NINI HASWA?

    Ukiniambia kuna mwanamama kule kijijini Maswa (si kwetu) kwamba kwa juhudi zake ameweza kuwahamasisha wanakijiji wenzake wakajenga kisima cha maji, huyo haswa AMEFANIKIWA. Amefanikiwa kwa sababu wanakijiji wenzake wametambua umuhimu wa kuwa na kisima chao cha maji, wamechanga fedha, wakanunua vifaa vyote mpaka wakajenga kisima, ambacho kimejengewa pampu, hivyo kuwapatia maji wakiwa hapo hapo kijijini kwao, na sio kutembea MAILI KUMI kutafuta maji! Mwanamke huyo, kama ndiye, basi huyo ndiye aliyefanikiwa.

    Katika hili MWONDOE Mama Anna Mkapa! Bila ya mumewe kuwa Rais wala asingepata fedha zote alizozipata (ilifikia wakati wafadhili waliacha kupeleka pesa serikalini - Soma: Wizara ya Wanawake, Maendeleo ya Watoto na Ustawi wa Jamii, sasa, Wizara ya Watoto, Jinsia na Ustawi wa Jamii) - wakawa wanampelekea yeye na EOTF yake! Yaliyofanywa na EOTF kwa kuwasaidia wanawake, na yale aliyoyafanya yeye mwenyewe kwa kujisaidia (Soma: Kujinufaisha... msije kunielewa vibaya) yanajulikana.

    Hitimisho, hebu angalieni orodha hii ya majaji, kama si kichekesho, sijui ni nini:

    1) Dr. Chijoriga -Dean, University of Dar es Salaam business school
    Sina tatizo na Dr. Chijoriga, lakini, hebu jiulizeni, DEAD wa Business School ya University of Dar es Salaam atamjua wapi mwanamke hodari, aliyewahamasisha wanawake wenzake kijijini, mpaka wakajenga shule yao wenyewe? Professor, please step aside!

    2) Dr. Ramadhan Dau - Executive Director NSSF
    Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa NSSF anahusika na mambo ya pensheni. Je, imewahi kufanyika tathmini ya kiasi gani ambacho wanawake wamenufaika na mfuko huu? Kutwa, wanahangaika kufuatilia mafao yao ya uzeeni, wengi wakitokea mikoani, kuja mjini Dar. Bila mafanikio. Dau, kabla hujakubali kuwa Jaji wa kuamua nani anastahili kupewa tuzo, angalia uani kwako. Maofisa wako wanakula rushwa na kuwaruhusu wamiliki wa kampuni kutopeleka michango ya NSSF. Kwingineko wafanyakazi wanaibiwa mchana kweupe, wakishastaafu, hawaambulii chochote! Samahani kaka yangu, naomba ujitoe!


    3) Mrs. Mary Rusimbi - Founder and former Executive Director for Tanzania Gender Networking Programme
    Simfahamu Mama Rusimbi, lakini naangalia utendaji wa TGNP. Hii imekuwa kama CHUO fulani, cha kuweka miradi fulani, isiyoeleweka. Na iwapo miradi hiyo ipo, ufanisi wake (i) hauonekani na (ii) haujakidhi matakwa ya wadau. Samahani Mama, naomba ujitoe, usije kuaibika, kazi yako hatujaiona bado. Uliowaachia ofisi WANAWAJIBI....KA?

    4) Sadaka Gandi- Counseling Psychologist
    Sadaka, dada yangu mpendwa, wewe ni Mshauri Nasaha HODARI SANA! Unatoka wapi na hawa watu? Kama "psychologist" ulipaswa kutambua kwamba hawa akina dada wawili - Irene na Nancy - ni watu wenye "superiority and inferiority complex". Angalia historia zao, utatambua. Wanakupeleka puta, nao unaonekana kwamba "unakula sahani moja" nao. Unataka tukupe 'data' zao ndio ujue? Pleeeeease step aside, KABLA hayajakukuta yaliyowakuta akina fulani.

    4) Ms.Joaquine De Mello - Commissioner for the Commission for Human rights and Good Governance (CHRAGGR)
    This is TOO MUCH! I reserve my comments, but, Ms. De Mello, you are well advised to do your DUE DILLIGENCE, before you sign that MoU!


    5) Innocent Mungi- TCRA Public Relations and Communication Director
    Kaka! I had so much respect for you! So much that I DIDNT THINK even for a SECOND, you could be in CAHOOTS with these sorts... they want to use your GOOD NAME, but you HAVENT realised it, have you? Please step aside, for your own sake!

    6) Irene Kiwia - MD Frontline Management
    Nikisema ntaambiwa nakuonea wivu. Una wazo zuri, utendaji ndio tatizo. Rudi kwenye meza, angalia upya proposal. Are you sure, absolutely sure, definitely sure, kwamba matokeo unayotaka kutuambia yatatokea ndiyo hayo yatakayokuja? Historia yako INAKUHUKUMU!

    HITIMISHO:
    Ni WAZO ZURI, utendaji wake ndio wenye kuleta MASHAKA!

    ./Mwana wa Haki
     
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