Wednesday, July 16, 2014

UTABIRI WA HALI YA HEWA KWA SAA 24 ZIJAZO KUANZIA SAA 3.00 USIKU WA LEO. TAREHE 16/07/2014.

 




[Mikoa ya Dar es Salaam, Tanga na Pwani]:
[Visiwa vya Unguja na Pemba]:

Hali ya mawingu kiasi, Mvua nyepesi katika maeneo machache na vipindi vya jua.
[Mikoa ya Kagera, Mara, Mwanza]:
Hali ya mawingu kiasi, ngurumo katika maeneo machache na vipindi vya jua.

[Mikoa ya Kigoma, Tabora, Rukwa, Shinyanga, Geita na Simiyu Dodoma  na Singida]:
[Mikoa ya Morogoro, Mtwara, Lindi na Ruvuma]:
[Mikoa ya Mbeya, Iringa, Njombe na Katavi]:
[Mikoa ya Arusha, Kilimanjaro na Manyara]:

Hali ya mawingu kiasi na vipindi vya jua.

                                                      
VIWANGO VYA JOTO, MAWIO NA MACHWEO YA JUA KWA BAADHI YA MIJI HAPA NCHINI:

MJI
Kiwango cha juu cha joto
Kiwango cha chini cha joto
Mawio (Saa)
Machweo (Saa)
ARUSHA
22°C
14°C
12:42
12:36
D'SALAAM
31°C
19°C
12:37
12:19
DODOMA
25°C
13°C
12:49
12:35
KIGOMA           
30°C
18°C
01:11
01:01
MBEYA
20°C
10°C
01:03
12:39
MWANZA
29°C
18°C
12:55
12:51
TABORA
29°C
13°C
12:59
12:49
TANGA
28°C
19°C
12:34
12:24
ZANZIBAR
28°C
23°C
12:37
12:19

Upepo wa Pwani: Unatarajiwa kuvuma kwa kasi ya km 30 kwa saa kutoka Kusini-Mashariki kwa ukanda
                               wa Pwani ya Kusini na Kusini kwa ukanda wa pwani ya Kaskazini.

Hali  ya bahari: Inatarajiwa kuwa na Mawimbi Makubwa kiasi.

Matazamio kwa siku ya Ijumaa 18/07/2014: Mabadiliko kidogo.

Utabiri huu umetolewa leo tarehe: 16/07/2014.

Na: MAMLAKA YA HALI YA HEWA TANZANIA.




TANZANIA TO BENEFIT FROM JOINT OFFICE FOR CLIMATE AND HEALTH ESTABLISHED BY WMO AND WHO

Geneva, 8 July 2014 (WHO/WMO) - The World Health Organization and the World Meteorological Organization have joined forces to tackle the increasing risks to human health posed by weather and climate hazards such as extreme temperatures, floods, droughts and tropical cyclones.
A new WHO/WMO Climate and Health office has been established under the auspices of the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS) to promote the coordinated development and use of climate services to improve public health. It will increase awareness, build capacity, and connect meteorological services with experts in the health sector in an active partnership for climate adaptation and risk management.
“There have been great strides in both climate and health science in recent years. By working together we can maximize the benefits of these advances for the greatest possible number of people,” said WMO Secretary-General Michel Jarraud. “Climate change is leading to an increase in extreme events such as heat-waves and heavy rains which have a major impact on human health. We need to have a common understanding of the challenges we face in order to overcome them.”
The move comes in response to increasing demand from the health community for improved access to climate and weather products like regional climate predictions, hazard warnings and seasonal outlooks needed to understand and manage health risks related to weather and climate and to cope with a shifting burden of disease due to climate change. The office will ensure that there is in-house health expertise at WMO and a focal point for liaison with WHO and other health partners.
“Millions of people each year are affected by extreme weather events such as heat and cold waves, tropical cyclones, floods, and droughts. These events also damage or destroy health facilities and water and sanitation infrastructure, and result in unnecessary deaths and illness,” says Dr Flavia Bustreo, WHO Assistant Director-General Family, Women and Children’s Health. “Yet the most significant impacts often occur indirectly and more slowly, such as under-nutrition resulting from crop failure, respiratory diseases from poor air quality, and water-borne and vector-borne diseases. Climate-informed preparedness and prevention can greatly reduce these health risks. “
Climate-smart health systems
Climate-smart health systems and services not only save lives but help increase the efficient use of limited resources by identifying and targeting vulnerable populations. For example, sand and dust forecasts are being used in the Sahel to target meningitis vaccination drives in the areas at highest risk. Seasonal climate outlooks can be effectively used in malaria control campaigns.
However, a longstanding challenge for the health community has been the ability to access, understand and apply available climate information. Likewise, climate services community often does not fully appreciate public health concerns and needs. In the past there was little dialogue between the two sectors. The new climate and health office is an important step to help bridge this gap.
Stronger collaboration at the global and local levels is essential if relevant, reliable and user-friendly climate information is to effectively strengthen disease surveillance and improve preparedness for health emergencies and outbreaks of climate-related diseases such as cholera or dengue fever.
The WMO/WHO Joint Office will help to achieve the goals of the Global Framework for Climate services, an ambitious international initiative which seeks to improve and expand climate and weather services such as seasonal forecasts and drought monitors, and support their uptake by key sectors such as health, food security, water and disaster risk reduction. The Global Framework for Climate Services was one of the top items on the agenda of WMO’s yearly Executive Council 18 to 27 June.
Global Framework for Climate Services
The joint office will provide support in four main areas. Firstly, it will ensure that the potential contribution of meteorological services are reflected in international health policy fora, such as the World Health Assembly, and forthcoming WHO conference on health and climate in August 2014. It will also propose a strategic roadmap for WMO and the meteorological community to better support the health sector to access and use climate information and services.
Secondly, the Office will provide coordination, resource mobilization, and technical support to demonstration projects and research, beginning with the new Climate Services Adaptation Programmes in Malawi and the United Republic of Tanzania.  This initiative will support collaboration between health partners and the national meteorological departments, to make better use of weather information and seasonal forecasts to enhance risk assessment and preparedness for diseases such as malaria, diarrhea and undernutrition. 
Thirdly, the joint office will strengthen coordination and collaborative initiatives between WHO and WMO, and with the wider community of practice for climate service action for health. Fourthly, the office will provide communications and capacity development by developing awareness raising and technical guidance materials, building on the successful cooperation between WHO and WMO in the publication of The Atlas of Health and Climate in 2012, and forthcoming guidance on developing heat-health early warning systems

Source: http://www.wmo.int

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

UTABIRI WA HALI YA HEWA KWA SAA 24 ZIJAZO KUANZIA SAA 3.00 USIKU WA LEO. TAREHE 14/07/2014.



[Mkoa wa Kagera]:


Hali ya mawingu kiasi, ngurumo katika maeneo machache na vipindi vya jua.



[Mikoa ya Kigoma, Tabora, Rukwa, Dodoma  na Singida]: [Mikoa ya Mara, Mwanza, Shinyanga, Geita na Simiyu]:
[Mikoa ya Morogoro, Mtwara, Lindi na Ruvuma]:
[Mikoa ya Mbeya, Iringa, Njombe na Katavi]:
[Mikoa ya Arusha, Kilimanjaro na Manyara]:
[Mikoa ya Dar es Salaam, Tanga na Pwani]:
[Visiwa vya Unguja na Pemba]:
Hali ya mawingu kiasi na vipindi vya jua.

ANGALIZO
UPEPO MKALI UNAOFIKIA KM 40 KWA SAA NA MAWIBI MAKUBWA YANAYOFIKIA MITA 2.0 YANATARAJIWA KATIKA UKANDA WOTE WA PWANI.
                                                      
VIWANGO VYA JOTO, MAWIO NA MACHWEO YA JUA KWA BAADHI YA MIJI HAPA NCHINI:

MJI
Kiwango cha juu cha joto
Kiwango cha chini cha joto
Mawio (Saa)
Machweo (Saa)
ARUSHA
22°C
14°C
12:42
12:36
D'SALAAM
30°C
20°C
12:37
12:19
DODOMA
27°C
14°C
12:49
12:35
KIGOMA           
29°C
18°C
01:11
01:01
MBEYA
24°C
06°C
01:03
12:39
MWANZA
27°C
19°C
12:55
12:51
TABORA
31°C
14°C
12:59
12:49
TANGA
29°C
22°C
12:34
12:24
ZANZIBAR
29°C
23°C
12:37
12:19

Upepo wa Pwani: Unatarajiwa kuvuma kutoka Kusini kwa kasi ya km 40 kwa saa kwa Pwani ya kaskazini na kutoka Kusini-Mashariki kwa kasi ya km 40 kwa saa kwa Pwani ya kusini.

Hali  ya bahari: Inatarajiwa kuwa na Mawimbi Makubwa.

Matazamio kwa siku ya Jumatano 16/07/2014: Mabadiliko kidogo.

Utabiri huu umetolewa leo tarehe: 14/07/2014.

Na: MAMLAKA YA HALI YA HEWA TANZANIA.