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]

(pp.099–106) I. N. Mamadu, Z. W. Wudiri and H. H. Mshelia ‘Review of the effects of insurgency on public health: the case of Borno state, North-east Nigeria’, IJFNPH, Vol. 8, No. 2, 2016

16th June 2016

Ibrahim N. Mamadu Centre for Alternative Sustainable Livelihoods (CASELS), Nigeria Zara W. Wudiri Department of Community Medicine, University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital, Nigeria Hyelni H. Mshelia Borno State Primary Healthcare Development Agency, Nigeria Purpose: To analyse and highlight the effect of insurgency on healthcare outcomes in the developing world and its implications for future migratory [more details]

(pp.56-60) A. Khalifa ‘Illness to wellness: a comparative study on insurance scheme approaches in Saudi Arabia and Sudan’, IJFNPH, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2016

4th January 2016

Abdelrahman Khalifa, Bupa Arabia, KSA Purpose: Private health insurance is growing in Sudan. The National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) announced the ‘Road map to Universal Coverage’ goal in 2015, inferring political direction to increase the insured population. This paper aims to compare the different roles played by private insurance in chronic diseases care between Sudan [more details]

(pp.113-127) A. Abouzeedan and M. McKelvey ‘Creating a sustainable biotechnology sector in the Arab world’, IJIKMMENA, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2012

2nd June 2012

Adli Abouzeedan and Maureen McKelvey, University of Gothenburg, Sweden Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to present and analyse the strategies used in building the Swedish biotechnology sector. Developing as well as developed countries need access to a strong and vitalised biotechnology industry for their economic and social progress. In Sweden, the biotechnology sector [more details]

(pp.339-359) D. Ramrattan ‘A Preventative approach to heath care (chronic non-communicable diseases) in Trinidad and Tobago’, WJSTSD, Vol. 8, No. 4, 2011

5th February 2012

Dindial Ramrattan, University of West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago Purpose: To present a descriptive framework that will provide the foundation for future exploratory research on the socioeconomic impact of Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases (CNCDs) in Trinidad and Tobago. The paper also attempts to initiate discussions regarding the placement of greater emphasis on preventative health care. Methodology: [more details]