The future of Sudan after lifting the US sanctions

22nd October 2017

Saturday 28th October 2017 (14:00-17:00) University Square Stratford – London, United Kingdom Early this month (6 October 2017), the US government has lifted parts the sanctions against Sudan towards normalizing relations which was promoted by Sudan’s efforts to end conflicts within the country, allowing good access for humanitarian purposes as well as good cooperation with the [more details]

SUDAN AT A CROSSROADS: Towards a Vision for the Future & Youth Empowerment

4th December 2016

13:30-13:45    Arrival 13:45-15:15     Session One 15:15-15:30     Break 15:30-16:20    Session Two Target audience Academic, professionals, research, youth, NGOs, civil society groups, businesses, and other stakeholders. Focus Sudan Hosts World Association for Sustainable Development (WASD) UN Major Group for Children and Youth (UN MGCY) Sudan Knowledge (SK) Middle Eastern Knowledge Economy Institute (MEKEI) The Sudanese diasporic community is relatively large and has [more details]

(pp.113-122) A. R. Omer and M. I. A. Aziz ‘The educational sector; the possible ally to attract and retain health workforce’, IJSR, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2016

12th October 2015

Anoud R. Omer, Community Medicine Specialist, Saudi Arabia Muna I. Abdel Aziz,  Warrington Borough Council, UK Purpose: A joint project between Public Health Institute-Sudan, World Health Organization (WHO) and Global Fund was launched to investigate the increasing unwillingness of Human Resources for Health(HRH) to work in rural areas. This study is part of that project [more details]

(pp.251-268) A. A. Olapade, S. O. Aroyeun and G. O. Ajibola ‘Polphenol, vitamin C, caffeine, protein, ash, free fatty acid and peroxide profiles of green tea-based yoghurts’, IJFNPH, Vol. 6, No. 3/4, 2013

28th December 2013

Abiodun A. Olapade, University of Ibadan, Nigeria Shamsideen O. Aroyeun, Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria, Nigeria Ghaniyah O. Ajibola, University of Ibadan, Nigeria Purpose: To develop a new functional food incorporating green tea infusions into yoghurt. Design/methodology/approach: The concentrations of green tea infusions used were 0.5%, 1.0%, 1.5%, 2.0% and 2.5% (v/v). Yoghurt was produced [more details]

(pp.349-368) K. Hassanien ‘Three major aspects of the economic risks of human capital in Cairo’, IJIKMMENA, Vol. 3, No. 3/4, 2014

17th August 2013

Karim Hassanien, The British University in Egypt, Egypt Purpose: We need to identify three major challenges facing the socioeconomic development of human capital to avoid an ultimate economic risk. These are poverty, poor environmental conditions and the filtration from education at an early age. Design/methodology/approach: The choice of Al-Salam District in Cairo in Egypt as [more details]

(pp.123-141) M. Salah and G. Grimble ‘Effect of a fresh fruit and vegetable delivery on the health of seniors’, IJFNPH, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2013

11th June 2013

Miryem Salah, Moisson Montréal, Canada George Grimble, University College London, (UCL), UK Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of a fresh fruit and vegetable delivery on the health and independence of seniors. The habitual consumption of fruits and vegetables (F&V) in accordance with recommendations has shown to have a protective [more details]

(pp.81-94) M. Adetunji ‘Transportation and its health implications in Nigeria’, IJRS, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2013

3rd February 2013

Musilimu Adetunji, Federal University Lokoja, Nigeria Purpose: This study examines the effects of atmospheric pollution emanating from transport infrastructure on human health in Ibadan metropolis, Nigeria. Design/methodology/approach: Primary and secondary data were used for this research. The primary source involved the use of structured questionnaires to elicit information on the effects of transport pollutants in [more details]