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AIESEC in TANZANIA Presents NATIONAL PLANNING CONFERENCE 2013.

DELEGATE MAILER. ©AIESEC TANZANIA.


TABLE OF CONTENT Introduction……………………………………………………………………..1 Objectives of the conference………………………………………2 Organization Committee ……………………………………………….3 Conference Venue……………………………………………………………5 Delegation Fee………………………………………………………………….7 Things to carry…………………………………………………………………8 Theme Party Night…………………………………………………………..9 Organizing Committee Contacts………………………………….12


INTROUCTION: AIESEC in Tanzania National Planning Conference is an annual conference that gathers the outgoing and incoming leaders from the local and national level. It is a three day forum of analyzing and strategizing for the next years focus. This event is marked by a series of trainings and discussions from the outgoing leaders, alumni other stakeholders whose contribution is highly esteemed for the sustainability and success of the organization. With the current focus on driving AIESEC 2015 Ambition (To reach and develop every young person in the world), this year’s conference will be more focused on strategic innovation of our programs to deliver our goal. The conference is expected to bring together about 100 leaders from the 7 local chapters across the country.


ABOUT MOROGORO Morogoro is a city with an urban population of 206,868 (2002 census) in the southern highlands of Tanzania, 190 km west of Dar es Salaam. It is the capital of the Morogoro Region. It is also known informally as "Mji kasoro bahari," which translates as 'city short of an ocean/port'. Morogoro lies at the base of the Uluguru Mountains, and is a centre of agriculture in the region, with the Sokoine University of Agriculture based in the city.. The town is the administrative headquarters of the Morogoro region. It is also a traditionally music town, home of Salim Abdullah founder of the Cuban Marimba jazz band.Today, tourism is vital in Morogoro. Morogoro is a town connecting a triregion area of country's capital city, Dar es Salaam and the centrally located town of Dodoma and the southern highland town of Iringa. It enjoys the rainfall levels vital in the agriculture of rice, sugar cane and the cool temperature that allow tropical fruits and vegetables all year around. On the western plains of the region there is the Mikumi National Park. In the colonial days the outskirts stretched for mile with sisal plantations then an export cash product, Tanzania is the world's second largest sisal producer. Welcome to Morogoro!

Conference objectives • To ensure proper understanding of AIESEC and its operations • To build strong leadership capacity • To outline the national and local plans for the year.


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE TEAM.

OCP

OCVP F&A

OCVP--Logistics & Delegate services

OCVP SALES

OCVP IM


CONFERENCE VENUE

VENUE This year planning conference will be held in Usambara Safari Lodge, Morogoro FROM 30th of May 2013 TO 2nd of June 2013


DELEGATION FEE

Delegation fee -40,000Tsh

T shirt -15,000Tsh Continuation All the delegation fee should be paid at the • Local chapters via local chapters vice president finance •

Organizing committee vice president finance

The deadline of collecting these fees is 25th of May 2013.

For more information please contact; Abass Armsrtong +255715714393 abass.armstrong@aiesec.net Organizing committee president Note: It is required that every person who will attend this conference to register through the following link NATIONAL PLANNING CONFERENCE REGISTRATION LINK You can as well follow us on our face book page where you will find different updates concerning the conference. It’s easy just click the following link Register Here Like Our Page Here

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Things to carry • A pair of bed sheets • Toiletries (Soap, toothbrush, lotion, toothpaste etc) • Don’t forget a pen and a note book for taking notes. • One or two warm sweater as it gets cold at night.

Remember!!!! Anyone who registers but fails to attend is eligible to pay full delegates pay, the LC shall be invoiced, also for late payments and lack of registration one shall have to pay 20 % extra the delegates fee!! Don’t forget a pen and a note


NPC THEME PARTY DAY 1 Hosted by MC TEAM:

Anything But Clothes (ABC) ABC stands for Anything But Clothes. Party goers must show up in "Anything But Clothes." This is one of the favorite themes of college campuses. Everyone gets to dress up in silly costumes and hot scandalous outfits. Whether you decide to wrap your body in caution tape or condoms its sure to be a fun night ahead! What to Wear? Be creative and use your imagination. You can get away with wearing anything for this party but if you want to stick out in the crowd you need to dress a little more risquĂŠ. The typical last minute costumes usually use a black trash bag or some toilet paper but if you like making things then this party is perfect for you. The key to this party is wear something unique. Get creative, go all out and it will be tons of fun! Costume Ideas: Duct Tape, Beer Boxes, Plastic Bags Aluminum Foil, Towel, Place Mates, Cardboard Box, Candy Wrappers, Rubber Gloves, Caution Tape, Newspaper, Balloons, Feathers, Fabric, Wrapping Paper, Shower Curtain ,Monopoly Money, Bubble Wrap, Condoms, Posters, Napkins, Body Paint, Party Streamers, Colored Saran Wrap, Paper Snowflakes, Burlap Sacks, Palm Fronds, Paper Toweling, Country Flags, Curtains, Sheets, Paper, Rugs, Hammocks, Accessories.


DAY TWO COLOURFUL NIGHT In this party every Delegate should have to dress COLOURFUL‌ Every delegate must dress in a unique way which consist at least four colors of your Choice from the following colors.

Blue, Yellow, Pink Green, Red, Purple

Please come packed. Hosted by LC: UDSM,KILIMANJARO ,SAUT and MAKUMIRA.


DAY THREE FROM DUSK TILL DAWN PARTY! Hosted by LC: UDOM, IFM and MZUMBE. During the DAY all delegates will spend the night in the venue, no one will SLEEP, all the rooms must be CLOSED! The party will encompass Dancing Competitions, Kareoke, GAMES and all the Fun Stuffs. GeT WeLl pRePrEd..

“Hakuna kulala night”


OC TEAM CONTACTS:

Abass Armstrong, Organizing Committee President +255715714393 +255764714393 abass.armstrong@aiesec.net

Emmanuel Charles Mlay OCVP- Finance +255717561340 +255757561340 Emmanuel.mlay@aiesec.net

Rehema Julius OCVP- Logistics and Delegate Servicing +255716129890 rehema.julius@aiesec.net

Sweetbertha Rwabizi OCVP Sales +255655742828

Finland Bernard

Sweetbertha15@gmail.com

finland1.bernard@aiesec.net

OCVP-IM +255769211311

“Empowering Leadership, Delivering Impact�


AIESEC Tanzania NPC 2013 Delegate Mailer.  

This mailer contain all information about conference, venue and activities that are going to hapen during the Conference

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