Uganda

Moyo Media Co. Ltd
Misufini Street, 74205 Kichungwani P. O. Box 271 Chake –Chake, South – Pemba, Zanzibar –Tanzania

Moyo Media Co. Ltd is the media and ICT Company based in Tanzania. It was founded back in 2008. We are dealing with Web Solutions, ICT Solutions, Graphic Designing and Video Productions. OUR MISSION is To inject energy and passion into what we do and make life interesting and exciting for everyone while OUR VISION is To become the leading services provider in Zanzibar, Tanzania and across the world.

 

Creativity and Innovation:
We love being inspired and being inspirational for others. We enjoy pushing boundaries, experimenting and taking risks as a way of learning and discovering new experiences.

High Nobility:
We value quality in what we do and how we do it. We believe our work gives people memorable experiences and a sense of pride in their accomplishments.

Entertaining:
We want to have fun and to be fun for other people. We believe in injecting energy and passion into what we do and making life interesting and exciting for everyone.

Human First:
We believe in being grounded, approachable and human-scale. We recognize and appreciate peoples’ diverse skills and talents and believe in investing time and energy in supporting each other and sharing our knowledge and experience.

“We will work to make sure your business succeeds”

 

http://www.moyomedia.co.tz/
+255 24 245 2074
+255736608773
BBC SWAHILI
Afrika ya Mashariki na Kati
P.O. Box 58621, Nairobi, Kenya P.O. Box 79545

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania P.O. Box 7620,

Kampala, Uganda B.P. 10996,

Kinshasa, Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasi ya Congo [DRC]

Idhaa yetu inaajiri waandishi wa habari na watangazaji kutoka nchi zote zinazozungumza Kiswahili na vilevile katika sehemu nyingine za Afrika.
Mhariri: Caroline Karobia.

Waandishi waandamizi:

Ruth Nesoba

Odhiambo Joseph

Peter Mwai
Nairobi, Kenya:
Waandishi wa mtandaoni: Seif Abdalla na Idris Situma

Watangazaji : Ng’endo Angela, Gladys Njoroge, Shaaban Ndege, Jason Nyakundi, Robert Kiptoo, Dinah Gahamanyi, Muliro Telewa, Dayo Yusuf, John Nene na Odeo Sirari.

Waandishi wa Habari: Emmanuel Igunza, Wanyama Chebusiri, Ferdinand Omondi, Anne Soy, Jamhuri Mwavyombo, Abdinoor Aden na Bashkas Jugsoday.

Global News Beat:- Anthony Irungu [Nairobi] na Paula Odek [Nairobi]
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania:
Watangazaji: John Solombi, Regina Mziwanda, Lizzy Masinga, Halima Nyanza na Leonard Mubali

Waandishi wa Habari mjini Dar es Salaam:

Aboubakar Famau, Tulanana Bohela, Kulthum Maabad na Esther Namuhisa

Uganda:

Siraj Kalyango

Burundi:

Ismail Misigaro

Rwanda:

Yves Bucyana

Afrika ya Kusini:

Omar Mutasa

 

https://www.bbc.com/swahili
+44 7786 202005
+ 44 207 240 4637
Idhaa ya Kiswahili ya Sauti ya Amerika – VOA

Idhaa ya Kiswahili ya Sauti ya Amerika ilikuwa Idhaa ya kwanza ya lugha ya Kiafrika kuanzisha matangazo ya moja kwa moja kupitia mitambo ya Sauti ya Amerika mjini Washington D.C. Mwezi Mei 1964 matangazo ya dakika thelathini, ambayo yalikuwa yamerekodiwa kwenye ukanda kuanzia mwaka 1962, yaligeuzwa na kufanywa kipindi kinachotangazwa moja kwa moja, kila siku kutoka Washington, kikirudiwa na kuongezewa habari mpya, mara moja kwa siku.

Mwezi Mei 1966, matangazo hayo yaliongezewa dakika nyingine thelathini na kuwa matangazo ya saa moja kukiwemo muziki uliorekodiwa na vipindi mbalimbali kutokea mjini Monrovia, Liberia. Na mwaka uliofuata, 1967, Idhaa ya Kiswahili ya Sauti ya Amerika ilizindua matangazo ya moja kwa moja kutoka studio zetu hapa Washington D.C. Leo, Idhaa ya Kiswahili imo hewani kwa muda wa saa 9 na nusu kwa wiki.

Matangazo ya Idhaa ya Kiswahili huwafikia mamilioni ya wasikilizaji katika Afrika Mashariki na eneo la Maziwa Makuu. Kiswahili ni lugha rasmi katika nchi za Afrika mashariki na ni lugha inayopanuka nchini Congo, Rwanda na Burundi. Kiswahili vile vile ni lugha inayozungumzwa na kueleweka katika eneo la kusini mwa Somalia, Visiwa vya Comoro na sehemu za kaskazini mwa Msumbiji na Malawi.

Kadhalika tuna idadi kubwa ya wasikilizaji katika nchi za Mashariki ya kati na kusini mwa Afrika.

Idhaa ya Kiswahili imepanua usikilizaji katika masafa ya FM kwa ushirikiano na redio nchini Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda na Rwanda na Jamhuri ya Kidemocrasia ya Congo.

https://www.voaswahili.com/
Jamii Forums

A) Jamii Forums ilianzishwa lini? Na kwanini ikaitwa Jamii Forums na si jina lingine?

JamiiForums (jina) limeanza Mei 2008 lakini JamboForums (jina) lilianza mwaka 2006 Machi.

Kimsingi, historia ya JF (aidha iitwe JamiiForums au JamboForums) iko hivi:

JF imeanza mwaka 2006 mwezi Machi, ni baada ya kuwa tuna majukwaa mbalimbali kama Uchaguzi Tanzania, Tanzania Economic Forum, Habari Tanzania, Jambo Network, Jambo Radio na Jambo Videos.

Mkusanyiko wa majukwaa haya ulipelekea kuwa na kusanyiko moja ambalo kwa wakati huo (2006) tuliamua kuliita JamboForums.com, jina ambalo tulilitumia hadi mwezi Mei 2008 lakini ikatupelekea kubadilisha jina kwenda JamiiForums kutokana na mgongano wa matumizi ya jina la JamboForums ambapo tulikuwa hatujachukua copyrights (haki miliki) za jina ingawa baadaye tulifanikiwa kulimiliki kihalali. Hatukutaka kusimamisha moja kwa moja matumizi ya JF hivyo tukafikiria jina mbadala la JamboForums na kubaini kuwa tayari hili kusanyiko la wadau ni kusanyiko la Jamii, na bado Jamii ilikuwa ikiendelea kutunza JF kama wengi wanavyopenda kufupisha.

 

CHANZO: JAMII FORUM

 

https://www.jamiiforums.com/
Ubongo
P.O. Box 66647,
1st floor FSM House,
614 Kimweri Ave.
Msasani, Dar es Salaam
Tanzania

Ubongo is Africa’s leading producer of kids’ edutainment. As a non-profit social enterprise we create fun, localised and multi-platform educational content that helps kids learn, and leverage their learning to change their lives. We reach millions of families across Africa through accessible technologies like TV, radio and mobile phones.
Our Mission
To use top quality, localized edutainment to help Africa’s 440 million kids learn, and leverage their learning to change their lives.

Our Vision
To equip Africa’s next generation with the educational foundation, critical skills and positive mindsets to change their own lives and communities for the better.

https://www.ubongo.org
+255 685 012 897
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METL Group
20TH FLOOR, GOLDEN JUBILEE TOWERS,
OHIO STREET, P.O BOX 20660,
DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA.

METL Group is Tanzania’s largest home-grown company, worth more than $1 billion with a presence in 11 countries in Africa, such as Uganda, Ethiopia Kenya, South Sudan, Rwanda, Burundi Zambia, Mozambique, Malawi, DR Congo and ofcourse Tanzania.

From providing logistic services to manufacturing products and brands that people love, METL group helps growth in the African Market and beyond.

We have the best available talent, and are consistently investing in our people and our infrastructure.

http://www.metl.net
+255 222 122 830
SATO

SATO smart and affordable toilet solutions are already trusted and used by over 6 million people in 14 countries in Africa and Asia.
Improve your everyday life. Be the next to treat your family with a smell-free SATO.
SATO Will Change Your Life
SATO offers safe, affordable, and durable solutions for a better and more hygienic toilet experience.
Installing SATO will help you and your family enjoy a healthier and more comfortable life.

Safe, Clean, and Smell-Free

SMELL FREE
Unique self-sealing trap doors closing quickly and seal tightly to eliminate odour. You can have your toilet close to your home without smell from the pit.
NO FLIES
Eliminates flies and other insects that can spread germs and disease.
EASY CLEAN
Smooth, durable, easy-to-clean plastic surfaces provide a cleaner, more pleasant toilet experience.
SAVING WATER
Easily rinsed with as little as 200ml of water.
SAFE FOR KIDS
Eliminates risk of children falling into the pit.

 

http://www.sato.lixil.com/
The Islamic University in Uganda
Islamic University In Uganda

About IUIU
“The Islamic University in Uganda was opened in the year 1988 by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) under a bilateral agreement between the Government of Uganda (GOU) and the OIC. In 1990, the Parliament of Uganda enacted a law, The Islamic University in Uganda Act (cap 131, Laws of Uganda), formally establishing the University in Uganda. The University operates under the framework of this Act. The University opened on 10th February 1988 with 80 students and two degree programmes. Currently, it offers 72 programmes in 7 Faculties and has a student population of 8,638 coming from 21 different countries. The University has so far graduated 25,000 students from various disciplines. The University has a centre for Postgraduate Studies and four campuses including the main Campus in Mbale. The University employs over 600 fulltime members of staff from 8 countries, and about 300 on part time basis. ”

https://www.iuiu.ac.ug
+256 701 386 400, +256 778 007 077, 0393 512 103
Kiira Motors Corporation
Plot 13, Kimera Road Ntinda, Uganda
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OUR STORY

Kiira Motors, a brainchild of Makerere University, is supported through the Presidential Initiative for Science and Technology Innovation to champion Value Addition in the Domestic Automotive Industry for job creation and diversification of the economy. Government of Uganda, acting through Uganda Investment Authority, allocated 100 acres of land at the Jinja Industrial and Business Park for the establishment of the Kiira Vehicle Plant. The Kiira Vehicle Plant shall operate in partnership with seasoned global auto manufacturers, going to market as a bus builder and progressively expand the product portfolio to include; Pick-Ups, Light and Medium Duty Trucks and Passenger Vehicles.

The Kiira Motors initiative dates back to 2007 when a team of students and staff at Makerere University were invited to be part of an international consortium, the Vehicle Design Summit 2.0 (VDS 2.0). Inspired by the key challenges perceived as opportunities in the 21st Century, a group of motivated researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) founded VDS with the ultimate aim of developing environmentally friendly commuter transport solutions. The goal of the VDS 2.0 global consortium was to design, build and bring to market, the Vision 200; a hyper efficient five passenger vehicle, earmarked as a production vehicle for the developing countries starting with India. Makerere University, the only participant from Africa was responsible for the design and integration of the Low Power Electronics and Data Networking Systems. The Vision 200 was completed and displayed at the Dream Exposition, at the Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile, Turin, from 22nd September until 24th November, 2008.

The exposure gained from the participation in the VDS 2.0 and the prospect of changing the status quo of the Ugandan automotive industry energized the creation of the Centre for Research in Transportation Technologies (CRTT) at Makerere University in 2009. The main aim of the CRTT was to champion research and development of eco–friendly transport solutions for Africa. The Kiira Electric Vehicle Project was also commissioned to build Uganda’s first car the, Kiira EV, completed and launched in November 2011 by H.E. the President of the Republic of Uganda, Gen. Yoweri K. Museveni. Kiira EV was completed with support from the government of Uganda for Innovation Projects at Makerere University.

KMC has evolved from an extra-curricular activity at Makerere University, to a curricular university activity and later a main stream research and Innovation program. Powered by the visionary leadership of various stakeholders and a team full of dreamers and extraordinary talented young men and women, Kiira Motors has now transitioned into a government program for industrialization. Kiira Motors Corporation (KMC) was incorporated in 2014 as a company owned by Government of Uganda and Makerere University. The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation has been given the mandate to provide policy guidance and oversight for the implementation of the Commercialisation of the Kiira Electric Vehicle Project.

The Kiira Vehicle Technology Innovation Program has designed and built three concept vehicles, the “Kiira EV”, Africa’s first electric vehicle, the “Kiira EV SMACK”, Africa’s first hybrid electric vehicle and the Kayoola Solar Bus, Africa’s first solar electric bus. Kiira Motors Corporation is the proud recipient of the 2016 Frost and Sullivan Visionary Innovation Leadership award in Sustainable Mobility.

The three strategic pillars that drive business value and success for the Kiira Vehicle Plant are: 1) Value for the Customer, envisaged to be realized through assembly of vehicles with proven technology competitively priced to enable the progressive customer shift from imported used vehicles to brand new vehicles assembled locally; 2) Opportunity for the Community, realized through a diverse spectrum of sustainable jobs created directly within the Kiira Vehicle Plant and diversification of the economy through industrialization resultant from investments in domestic parts manufacturing and the service industry relevant for supporting the Kiira Vehicle Plant; 3) Profit for the Shareholders, the Kiira Vehicle Plant investment is crafted based on a positive business case to ensure that ultimately the Shareholders realize an early return on investment.

http://www.kiiramotors.com
+256 393517888
Kampala International University
Kampala International University
Box 20000,
Ggaba Road, Kansanga
Kampala

Top Private University in Uganda
KIU has been consistently ranked among Uganda’s top universities with high quality education and a diverse culture.

Diverse Market Oriented Courses
We have a wide offering of certificate, diploma, bachelors’ and masters programmes suitable for you at any point in your career.

Largest Teaching Hospital
KIU has the largest teaching and referral hospital university together which offers a variety of courses in health science.

A fully equipped ultramodern library
Our ultramodern library boasts of 5000+ sitting capacity, internet, a wide selection of books and online journals.
Message from the Vice Chancellor
Welcome to Kampala International University. Visit our extensive website to learn about the university, apply for admission and engage with members of the KIU community. You will also find a vibrant KIU presence on our social media. Our schools and colleges are open to student interaction, notable faculties, and involved alumni and take a look at how our scholars are creatively exploring new academic heights.

Backed by confidence and purpose, KIU is a fast growing institution attributing its growth to the vision and zeal of Board of Trustees and University Council, to ensure that the university reaches new heights of higher education delivery not only in Uganda but, also in the East African Region.

With a vibrant management team, studious staff and dedicated students, KIU has over the past 15 years superseded the imagination of many. The investment in infrastructure, financial, material and human resources is undoubtedly parallel to none.

Many of KIU’s Alumni have also been a significant contribution in promoting and elevating the university’s status in various scopes of life, relating to life after university. There have also been several support initiatives jointly undertaken by KIU and Government of Uganda in partnership with other regional governments, creating and sustaining public confidence in the university.

We have transformed the campus and looking back at the past year I have been Vice-Chancellor, I am encouraged and confident. I have a strong, dedicated and reliable support team to help push for positive change, while the student community has a renewed trust and confidence.

The moment you enter KIU, it is a different embodiment of positive work and study environment ascertained by both staff and students.

It is an exciting time to be a part of the KIU community and I invite you to explore and remain engaged with us, online and in person.

 

Dr. Mouhamad Mpezamihigo,

Vice Chancellor

http://www.kiu.ac.ug
+256 392 001 816, +256 752 800 802
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