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.137–157) H. A. Kadouf ‘Quest for education and the problems facing Sudanese students in the Diaspora: the Malaysian scenario’, IJSR, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2017

8th June 2017

Hunud Abia Kadouf Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia Purpose: Malaysia has become a major destination for Sudanese youth particularly, for education purposes. There are, however, some impending social problems that have erupted therefore adversely affecting their existential relationship with the host society. The diversified nature of these problems has apparently transcended their entire expectations. This paper identifies [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.247-258) H. A. Abubakar ‘An analysis of the impact of financial literacy on entrepreneurship development in Africa’, World Sustainable Development Outlook, 2015

1st July 2015

HABIB AUWAL ABUBAKAR, Capacity Development Specialist, Tunisia Purpose: As financial literacy is gaining momentum both in developed economies with sophisticated financial systems and developing countries with low levels of financial services, this research seeks to establish a formal relationship between financial literacy and access to finance and what impact both have for developing an entrepreneurship [more details]

(pp.217-266) A. Geda ‘Capacity building in fragile & post-conflict states in Africa’, WJEMSD, Vol. 7, Nos. 2/3/4, 2011

23rd September 2011

Alemayehu Geda, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia Abstract: Capacity building in fragile and post-conflict situations is especially challenging for policymakers in that it represents a situation that needs to be carefully managed. Understanding the dynamic link between capacity building and conflict requires understanding the nature and determinants of conflicts, their duration, intensity and the modalities for [more details]

(pp.267-306) P. Arthur ‘Capacity development & reconstruction in post-conflict African environments’, WJEMSD, Vol. 7, Nos. 2/3/4, 2011

23rd September 2011

Peter Arthur, Dalhousie University, Canada Abstract: There have recently been concerted efforts by many post-conflict African countries to formulate and implement policies and measures that will reconstruct and develop their societies. Much of the discussions of realizing post-conflict reconstruction and development have generally focused on disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) of ex-combatants. What is, however, [more details]

(pp.307-355) A. M. Kedir ‘Donor coordination in a fragile states of Africa: capaity building for peace & poverty reduction’, WJEMSD, Vol. 7, Nos. 2/3/4, 2011

23rd September 2011

Abbi M. Kedir, University of Leicester, UK Abstract: Fragile states (FS) are often neglected and categorized as ‘aid orphans’. In extreme circumstances, they are loaded with aid beyond their absorptive capacity. However, whether they receive little or too much, there is a compelling imperative to coordinate aid aimed at capacity development effectively. In an ever-shrinking [more details]

(pp.101-111) A. Ahmed and K. T. Hanson ‘Leadership, capacity building & SD in contemporary Africa’, WJEMSD, Vol. 7, Nos. 2/3/4, 2011

23rd September 2011

Allam Ahmed, University of Sussex, UK Kobena T. Hanson, African Capacity Building Foundation, Zimbabwe Abstract: There is now real optimism of the prospects of Africa reclaiming the 21st century given its recent sterling growth performance and the number of successful reforms undertaken. There have been considerable and noticeable efforts to invest in innovation, infrastructure, integration, [more details]

(pp.177-217) G. Kararach, K. T. Hanson and F. A. Léautier ‘Regional integration policies to support job creation for Africa’s burgeoning youth population’, WJEMSD, Vol. 7, Nos. 2/3/4, 2011

23rd September 2011

George Kararach, Kobena T. Hanson and Frannie A. Léautier, African Capacity Building Foundation, Zimbabwe Abstract: Africa is going through a youth bulge with more people under 25 than above 50 in all of its countries. Creating opportunities for the burgeoning number of youth is a challenge that cannot be solved only at the country level. [more details]

(pp.101-110) A. Ahmed and K. T. Hanson ‘The critical role of capacity building in achieving sustainable development in Africa’, WJSTSD, Vol. 8, Nos. 2/3, 2011

21st August 2011

Allam Ahmed, University of Sussex, UK Kobena T. Hanson, African Capacity Building Foundation, Zimbabwe Abstract: Today, more so than ever before, the African Continent is confronted with many challenges on its path to sustained growth and development. There is no denying the fact that Africa needs to substantially improve growth performance if it is to [more details]

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