(pp.42-48) A. R. Omer and A. El-Sony ‘Reporting and information deficiencies: a challenge for assessment of healthcare initiatives in Sudan’, IJSR, Vol. 6, No.1, 2016

11th August 2015

Anoud R. Omer, Community Medicine Specialist, KSA Asma El-Sony, Epi-Lab Khartoum, Sudan Habab Khalid El-Kheir, Department of Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy, Sudan Purpose: To discuss Tuberculosis (TB) registries deficiencies in Sudan and its effect on informing policy. Approach: A review exploring the National Tuberculosis Program (NTP) registries in 2010. Findings: During a study to assess [more details]

(pp.161-177) R. Hamza and S. Zaher ‘Do subsidies increase the poor’s access to food? A case of information failure in Egypt’, IJIKMMENA, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2012

2nd June 2012

Randa Hamza, The American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt Shadwa Zaher, The British University in Egypt (BUE), Egypt Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to investigate the Egyptian government’s subsidisation policies in the wheat sector. The paper argues that it is essential to develop knowledge- and data-management tools to better understand the market and [more details]

(pp.129-142) R. S. Abdul Wahab ‘Data mining’s capabilities for knowledge creation in the GCC counties’, IJIKMMENA, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2012

2nd June 2012

Rasha S. Abdul Wahab, Ahlia University, Kingdom of Bahrain Purpose: This paper highlights the importance of using data mining in sustaining development in GCC countries by showing the abilities of data mining techniques of enhancing and improving the discovered knowledge. Design/methodology/approach: This paper studies the role of data mining techniques to support the creation of [more details]

(pp.001-006) A. Ahmed ‘Editorial’, IJIKMMENA, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2012

29th January 2012

Allam Ahmed, University of Sussex, UK WELCOME to the inaugural issue of International Journal of Innovation and Knowledge Management in Middle East and North Africa (IJIKMMENA). IJIKMMENA is the first international, multidisciplinary, refereed journal aims as a forum for academics, practitioners and policymakers from around the world to exchange concepts, research, and best practices about [more details]

(pp.55-67) L. Dodson and D. A. DaSilva ‘Enhancing Education Delivery in Guyana at the General Secondary School Level: Opportunities for the use of Computer-Assisted Instruction’ ,WJSTSD, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2011

7th July 2011

Louis Dodson and Dianna A. DaSilva, University of Guyana, Guyana Abstract: The main thesis of this paper is that Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) hold tremendous opportunities for enhancing the quality and coverage of public goods in developing countries. Within this context, the paper examines, through a SWOT analysis, the opportunity for using Computer-Assisted Instruction [more details]

(pp.021-035) M. M. S. Phang and S. Foong ‘Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) and knowledge sharing: the Case of professional accountants in Malaysia’, WJSTSD, Vol. 7, No, 1, 2010

12th January 2010

Michelle M.S. Phang, Deakin University, Australia Soon-Yau Foong, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia Abstract: Based on the knowledge sharing model by Nonaka (1994), this study examines the relative efficacy of various Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) applications in facilitating sharing of explicit and tacit knowledge among professional accountants in Malaysia. The results of this study indicate that [more details]

(pp.049-060) W. E. Nwagwu ‘Information and learning needs of youth in a rural community in Nigeria’, WJSTSD, Vol. 7, No, 1, 2010

12th January 2010

Williams E. Nwagwu, University of Ibadan, Nigeria Abstract: Understanding learning and information needs of youth could provide planners with information required to address the needs of youth in a community. Using data collected from 220 and 250 male and female youth through Focus Group Discussion (FGD) and a questionnaire survey respectively, this study investigated the [more details]