The Global Development Learning Network (GDLN) held a Global Knowledge Sharing Videoconference on the Impact and Response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Participants from Tanzania joined the dialogue through TaGLA learning from experts from Sri Lanka, Korea, Singapore, Canary Islands and Australia. A followup session is planned targeting more African countries.
Dr. Rajesh Vasu of Continental Hospital, Hyderabad, India during a video conference based session at TaGLA on Plastic Surgery and Reconstruction.
Dr. Vasu informed that Reconstructive Surgery is performed to restore function and normal appearance, and correct deformities created by birth defects, trauma or medical conditions including cancer. Examples include cleft lip and palate repair, breast reconstruction following a lumpectomy or mastectomy for breast cancer, and reconstructive surgery after burn injuries. He informed that Aesthetic surgery is performed to enhance overall cosmetic appearance by reshaping and adjusting normal anatomy to make it visually more appealing.
Participants requested to have more sessions on the subject in order to create awareness of the potentials existing in the speciality in restoring desired outlook, body functions and comfort to people. The session was attended by academicians, medical doctors, insurance companies and members from of the public.
Mr. Priscus Kiwango, the Director of ICT from Presidents Office, Public Service Management and Good Governance (PO-PSM GG) in Dodoma addressing participants attending Human Resource Capital Management Information System (HCMIS) training through video conference at TaGLA, Dar es Salaam.
Participants were Human Resource and Administrative Officers from Government Ministries, Departments Agencies and Local Government District and Municipal level. The training equipped participants with skills that will enable handling human resource issues efficiently.
Tanzania through TaGLA participate in Africa Regional Meeting of the Association of African Development Learning Centres (AADLC) in eLearning Africa 2019 held in Cote d’Ivoire
The 14th International Conference and Exhibition on ICT for Education, Training and Skills development (eLearning Africa) was held in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire. https://www.elearning-africa.com/
TaGLA played a pivotal role in collaboration with other AADLC officials as a partner to this event. For more information visit. tagla.go.tz
High level delegates from Zimbabwe Public Service Commission (ZPSC) attending a Video Conference official meeting in Dar Es Salaam with Tanzania’s President’s Office, Public Service Management and Good Governance (PO-PSM GG) Officials in Dodoma via TaGLA Video Conference facility.
The delegates visited Tanzania as learning session following up official state visit by Zimbabwe President, Hon. Ammerson Mnangagwa who visited Tanzania last year, aimed to experience sharing on Tanzania Human Capital Management System currently used for public Servants.
Attending the final GDLN Seminar on Public Sector Performance Management through Tanzania Global Learning Agency video conference facilities. Participants from Tanzania joined other participants from Kenya, Uganda, China, Philippines, Vietnam and Indonesia to attend live videoconference Seminar Series delivered by KDI School of Public Policy and Development in Korea. The Seminar covered lessons on various dimensions of the public sector performance
management system, highlighting some of remarkable lessons in Korea and from other country experience. The program consisted of seven GDLN videoconference seminars that were
delivered over a five-month period.
A Tobacco Cessation: a Video Conference based Seminar conducted Tanzania DLC – TaGLA with Dr.Surabhi Somani from Continental Hospital in India presented on a Tobacco Cessation on how to aid people in quitting tobacco. She presented not only medication which treats chemical imbalance but on applied different alternate techniques to balance the negative energy which helps users to have a tobacco free life.
She initiated her tobacco cessation journey in 2011 with Public health foundation of India and her passion for tobacco cessation led her to found her own venture – Toxin Taxation to make a larger impact to society. Dr. Somani sighted adverse side effects on second hand smokers and third party smokers and research data on Tabora women using tobacco for family planning which in turn affects genetics of individuals with negative effects.
The session was attended by Professional Medical Doctors, Cardiac specialists, Medical Students, Smokers, anti smoking activists, faith based organization and the general public linking Tanzania and India through videoconference.
TaGLA is planning to host a series of videoconference seminars in collaboration with Continental Hospital, India on similar topics and other areas on Plastic Surgery, cardiology, Cancer Treatment, and Dengue fever.
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