Friday, October 18, 2019

HESLB 1000 Incomplete Students Required To Correct Necessary information

HESLB 1000 Incomplete Students Required To Correct Necessary information

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The Higher Education Student Loan Board (HESLB) has announced the first phase list consisting of 30,675 First Year students for the 2019/2020 academic year who have successfully secured loans worth TZS 113.5 billion were list available at www.heslb.go.tz

In the current academic year, the Government has allocated TZS 450 billion aimed at benefiting a total of 128,285 students.  Of these, more than 45,000 students are first-year students and another 83,285 are undergraduate creditors.  In 2018/2019, the allocated funds grew to TZS 427.5 billion and benefited a total of 123,283 students including 41,285 first year students.

Speaking to reporters today (Thursday, October 17, 2019) and HESLB CEO  Abdul-Razaq Badru, said in the list, men are 19,632 (64%) and women are 11,043 (36%).

Badru explains that credit applicants have to open their personal accounts (SIPA - Student's Individual Permanent Account) which they have opened to apply for credit through the HESLB system (olas.heslb.go.tz) to obtain credit information.  CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PDF FILE OF NAMES GET LOAN

Special Groups - Orphans, Disabled etc.
 Regarding special needs groups, the CEO said in the first phase list of 30,675 students, of which 6,142 students are orphaned or lost one parent, 280 disabled and 277 others from TASAF-funded Community Development Fund (TASAF)  .

"In special groups we also have 1,890 students, equivalent to 6 percent of the 30,675 first-year students who went to private school but due to poor economic conditions, they were funded and confirmed by submitting correct documents," said Badru.

Announcement list for phase two ( Majina Mkopo Second Batch (Awamu Ya Pili)
Regarding the second phase, Badru said to HESLB before October 25, 2019 of next week after the completion of the credit application analysis from students who have been delayed in completing the eligibility criteria or delaying their online loan application.
Call on students

Speaking at the conference, HESLB's Director of Credit Analysis and Planning  Veronica Nyahende has asked students whose information is incomplete, to complete so that deserving students can be loaned by visiting www.heslb.go.tz

"There are about 1,000 students whose applications are incomplete, use this time until the 19th to complete the qualification with the creditors," he said 
HESLB Second Batch Releasing Date | Tarehe Majina Mkopo Awamu Ya Pili

HESLB Second Batch Releasing Date | Tarehe Majina Mkopo Awamu Ya Pili

HESLB Second Batch Releasing Date| Tarehe Majina Mkopo Awamu Ya Pili, Second Batch Majina Mkopo, HESLB Second Batch Beneficiaries, Download Second Batch PDF, PDF Majina Ya Mkopo

The Higher Education Student Loan Board (HESLB) has announced the first phase list consisting of 30,675 First Year students for the 2019/2020 academic year who have successfully secured loans worth TZS 113.5 billion were list available at www.heslb.go.tz

In the current academic year, the Government has allocated TZS 450 billion aimed at benefiting a total of 128,285 students.  Of these, more than 45,000 students are first-year students and another 83,285 are undergraduate creditors.  In 2018/2019, the allocated funds grew to TZS 427.5 billion and benefited a total of 123,283 students including 41,285 first year students.

Speaking to reporters today (Thursday, October 17, 2019) and HESLB CEO  Abdul-Razaq Badru, said in the list, men are 19,632 (64%) and women are 11,043 (36%).

Badru explains that credit applicants have to open their personal accounts (SIPA - Student's Individual Permanent Account) which they have opened to apply for credit through the HESLB system (olas.heslb.go.tz) to obtain credit information.  CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PDF FILE OF NAMES GET LOAN

Special Groups - Orphans, Disabled etc.

Regarding special needs groups, the CEO said in the first phase list of 30,675 students, of which 6,142 students are orphaned or lost one parent, 280 disabled and 277 others from TASAF-funded Community Development Fund (TASAF)  .

"In special groups we also have 1,890 students, equivalent to 6 percent of the 30,675 first-year students who went to private school but due to poor economic conditions, they were funded and confirmed by submitting correct documents," said Badru.

Announcement list for phase two ( Majina Mkopo Second Batch (Awamu Ya Pili)
Regarding the second phase, Badru said to HESLB before October 25, 2019 of next week after the completion of the credit application analysis from students who have been delayed in completing the eligibility criteria or delaying their online loan application.
Call on students

Speaking at the conference, HESLB's Director of Credit Analysis and Planning  Veronica Nyahende has asked students whose information is incomplete, to complete so that deserving students can be loaned and names will be on www.heslb.go.tz

"There are about 1,000 students whose applications are incomplete, use this time until the 19th to complete the qualification with the creditors," he said 

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Orodha Ya Majina 30675 Ya Wanafunzi Waliopata Mkopo 2019/2020

Orodha Ya Majina 30675 Ya Wanafunzi Waliopata Mkopo 2019/2020

HESLB Executive Director  Abdul-Razaq 
HESLB has announced its first phase list with 30,675 First Year students for the 2019/2020 academic year who have successfully secured loans worth TZS 113.5 billion.

In the current academic year, the Government has allocated TZS 450 billion aimed at benefiting a total of 128,285 students.  Of these, more than 45,000 students are first-year students and another 83,285 are undergraduate creditors.  In 2018/2019, the allocated funds grew to TZS 427.5 billion and benefited a total of 123,283 students including 41,285 first year students.

HESLB Executive Director  Abdul-Razaq Badru, said in the list, men are 19,632 (64%) and women are 11,043 (36%).  Badru explains that credit applicants can open their personal accounts (SIPA - Student's Individual Permanent Account) which they have opened to apply for credit through the HESLB system (olas.heslb.go.tz) to obtain credit information.

In addition, a full list of those students is available on the Board's website - www.heslb.go.tz “With the site, students can open their loan application online like SIPA and see what they have been set up for ...  The TZS 125 billion we applied for payments from October to December this year, ”said Badru.

According to Badru, HESLB is finalizing a second phase list that will be announced before the end of next week and their funds will be sent to colleges in advance before the colleges open.

HESLB BATCH ONE STUDENTS GET LOAN 2019/2020

HESLB BATCH ONE STUDENTS GET LOAN 2019/2020

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Mission
To provide loans and grants to needy and eligible Tanzanian Students for Higher and Tertiary Education.

Vision
To be a reliable and sustainable revolving fund in financing eligible Tanzanian Students for Higher and Tertiary Education.

Core Values
The core values which will guide HESLB in achieving its objectives are:

Accountability: We are accountable for our own results, encourage ownership by taking initiatives and doing the right things for our organization. We feel obliged to make things better, to pursue excellence, and to do things in ways that further the goals of our organization. We will be answerable for our actions and the actions of our teams.

Commitment and Integrity: We are passionate and intensely focused on serving our clients (the higher education students) with high level of Integrity to enable them achieve their dreams. We do what we promise we are going to do. As individuals and as an organization, we are dedicated to serve our clients and stakeholders. We value all of our customers and stakeholders with high degree of Integrity.

Teamwork: We are committed to common goals based on open and honest communication and collaboration to one another while showing concern and support for each other and most importantly, our clients. We believe the best results stem from integrating a mix of talents, skills and experiences.

Equity: We value inclusiveness, fairness, transparency and justice that we want to see persist, and because of our main existence, we place a particular focus on reflecting the need of the disadvantaged, low-income communities most impacted by our work.
Delivery: We strive to individualize the client experience, provide high quality services that meet the expectations and requirements of our clients and suppliers. We seeks to add value to our clients’ career through tailored higher education financial support.

HESLB Names for Loan Allocation 2019/2020 in PDF for Download
According to HESLB The Publication of Successful Loan Applicants with their corresponding allocations shall be published on the HESLB website (www.heslb.go.tz) on 17th October 2019( Today) . So Save This Page and Open it every-time for quick updates
Job Opportunity Embassy of the Republic of Korea

Job Opportunity Embassy of the Republic of Korea

Job Opportunity Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Jobs Careers Korea Embassy, Jobs Tanzania, Ajira Mpya Korea Embassy 
Position: Ambassador’s Secretary
The Embassy of the Republic of Korea is inviting experienced and qualified citizens to fill the above mentioned vacant post.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To prepare documents accurately and promptly
  • To do various researches for Ambassador’s reference
  • To receive incoming calls, faxes, emails, and answer them promptly and courteously
  • To make necessary arrangements and bookings
  • To attend visitors courteously and direct them accordingly to portray a positive image of the Embassy
  • To handle sensitive official and personal information with integrity and prudence to protect the Embassy and promote harmony among staff
  • To carry out any other relevant duties as may be assigned by her/ his superior

REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

  • A University degree or above in administration or secretarial training from a recognized institution plus computer training in MS office (Word, Excel and Power point etc. )

WORK EXPERIENCE:

  • At least one year of prior experience as a secretary
  • Experienced working with/ at Government organization or Diplomatic Mission

ATTRIBUTES:

  • Excellent command of English and Swahili, good interpersonal skills, disciplined, intelligent, smart with personality.

MODE OF APPLICATION:

  • Applications should include a covering letter, detailed CV with educational qualifications, a summary of professional experience and a minimum of 2 professional references.
  • All applications must be physically submitted to the Embassy NOT later than 22nd October 2019 with the following address:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA
19th Floor, Golden Jubilee Towers, Ohio Street, 
City Centre.  Dar es Salaam.
HESLB announces 30,675 first-year students who have received loans

HESLB announces 30,675 first-year students who have received loans

HESLB Executive Director  Abdul-Razaq 

HESLB
has announced its first phase list with 30,675 First Year students for the 2019/2020 academic year who have successfully secured loans worth TZS 113.5 billion.

In the current academic year, the Government has allocated TZS 450 billion aimed at benefiting a total of 128,285 students.  Of these, more than 45,000 students are first-year students and another 83,285 are undergraduate creditors.  In 2018/2019, the allocated funds grew to TZS 427.5 billion and benefited a total of 123,283 students including 41,285 first year students.

HESLB Executive Director  Abdul-Razaq Badru, said in the list, men are 19,632 (64%) and women are 11,043 (36%).  Badru explains that credit applicants can open their personal accounts (SIPA - Student's Individual Permanent Account) which they have opened to apply for credit through the HESLB system (olas.heslb.go.tz) to obtain credit information.

In addition, a full list of those students is available on the Board's website - www.heslb.go.tz “With the site, students can open their loan application online like SIPA and see what they have been set up for ...  The TZS 125 billion we applied for payments from October to December this year, ”said Badru.

According to Badru, HESLB is finalizing a second phase list that will be announced before the end of next week and their funds will be sent to colleges in advance before the colleges open.
Fresh Graduate Internship Opportunities at UONGOZI Institute

Fresh Graduate Internship Opportunities at UONGOZI Institute

Fresh Graduate Internship Opportunities at UONGOZI Institute
JOB TITLE: Finance And Administration Department (Intern) 
UONGOZI Institute seeks to inspire leaders and promote the recognition of the important role of leadership in sustainable development within Africa.
Located in the President’s Office, United Republic of Tanzania, UONGOZI Institute provides training to leaders from Tanzania and beyond, organises high-level policy forums and dialogues, and carries out research on leadership and sustainable development.

Purpose
The Finance and Administration Department plays a vital role in ensuring that the Institute’s planned activities are run and implemented smoothly within the allocated budget. The Department also ensures timely preparation of financial transactions, timely preparation of budget implementation report, while providing other necessary support.
The Finance Intern will assist the Finance Team in the day-to-day operations of the Department. He/She will work closely with the Finance Officer and report directly to Finance Officer.

Main Task
The Intern will be mainly responsible for assisting to maintain efficient and accurate accounting functions of the Department.

Scope of the Assignment

  • Assist in preparation of payment vouchers and writing of cheques.
  • Assist in updating the cashbook.
  • Assist in preparation of bank and petty cash reconciliation.
  • Assist in filing of finance documents such as; receipts, vouchers etc. and ensuring accurate record keeping.
  • Assist in revision and verification of Staff imprest retirements.
  • Any other relevant duties as directed by the supervisor.

Qualifications

  • Must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting.
  • Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.
  • Proficiency in MS Excel.
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, both in English and Swahili.
  • Volunteering experience is preferred, although not required.

Duration
Initially, the Intern will be provided with a three-month contract. Some assignments will require travel.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates should submit their applications via recruitment@uongozi.or.tz with the following subject line “Finance Intern”. The application should include a Curriculum Vitae (CV) with contact details of three referees and a motivation letter, submitted by October 24th, 2019.
Note: UONGOZI Institute is an equal opportunity employer. We regret that we will not be able to contact unsuccessful applicants.

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JOB TITLE: Research And Policy Department (Intern)  
UONGOZI Institute seeks to inspire leaders and promote the recognition of the important role of leadership in sustainable development within Africa.
Located in the President’s Office, United Republic of Tanzania, UONGOZI Institute provides training to leaders from Tanzania and beyond, organises high-level policy forums and dialogues, and carries out research on leadership and sustainable development.

Purpose
Through its Internship Programme, UONGOZI Institute seeks to engage a recent graduate in the Department of Research and Policy. Successful candidate will assist in the day-to-day activities of the Department, mainly in the coordination of policy forums, dialogues and workshops. He/She will work closely with colleagues in the Department and report directly to the Head of Research and Policy Department.

 Specific Assignment

  • Assist in conducting research to inform topics or themes for the policy forums and dialogues.
  • Assist in planning and organising national and regional policy forums, dialogues and workshops, including drafting and dispatching letters to participants, venue preparations, preparation of appropriate event materials, and ensuring events run smoothly.
  • Assist in updating participants’ data on the Institute’s data base.
  • Assist in managing the Resource Center of the Institute.
  • Other assignments as assigned by the Head of Research and Policy Department.
  • Duration
  • The Intern will be provided with a three-month contract. Some assignments will require to travel.

Qualifications
  • Must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Social Science or any other related discipline
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, both in English and Swahili
  • Candidates with research experience have added advantage.
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.
  • Proficiency in MS-Word, Excel and internet search tools.
  • Volunteer experience is preferred, although not required.

How to Apply
Interested candidates should submit their applications via recruitment@uongozi.or.tz with the following subject line “Research & Policy Intern” by 24th October, 2019. The application should include Curriculum Vitae (CV) with contact details of three referees and a motivation letter. Early applications are encouraged and will be considered.
Note: UONGOZI Institute is an equal opportunity employer. We regret that we will not be able to contact unsuccessful applicants.