WASD is pleased announce the publication of The Critical Role of Diaspora in International Scientific Cooperation with the Country of Origin, edited by Allam Ahmed. This book includes contributions by international experts and high level Diaspora from the public and private sectors across the world on the critical role of Diaspora towards sustainable and inclusive knowledge-based growth in the country of origin to ensure countries of origin are benefiting from their Diaspora and competing at the forefront of science, technology and innovation (STI). This volume includes selection of the best papers presented during the 3rd Diaspora International Conference of World Association for Sustainable more >>
Addressing the issues that will be central to Africa’s various attempts to effectively manage knowledge and innovation for sustainable business management, this edited book makes a timely contribution to research on business in Africa.
This book outlines key factors that are influencing and influenced by the business environment in the MENA region and that are essential for achieving business excellence and competitiveness in the region.
Margunn Indreboe Alshaikh Team Coordinator Partnerships & Communications United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Khartoum, Sudan
The main objective of the book is to review and analyse the current food security strategy and nutritional and agricultural policies in the Sudan.
Knowledge Transfer in Sudan Ranked 167 out of 188 countries in terms of development by UNDP in 2015, Sudan is classified a country with low human development, and has been for many years. However, at a recent conference in Sudan organised by the Sudanese Ministry of Cabinet Affairs, Prof. Allam Ahmed gave a keynote speech on how countries like Sudan can attain sustainable development without a strong technological and knowledge base. In his speech, Prof. Ahmed highlighted the need for a new partnership to bridge the knowledge divide, especially in relation to the way the development sector approaches selection, management and use more >>
(2015 Brighton, UK) “The Role of Universities and Research Institutions in Managing Knowledge for a Sustainable Inclusive Growth in Sudan”, University of Sussex 2nd Diaspora International Conference University of Sussex, Brighton United Kingdom 11-12 June 2015 The conference main objective is to provide a forum for researchers, professionals and scholars of diverse interests and backgrounds to engage in discussions on innovative approaches to the challenges facing the future of Sudan and the Sudanese Diaspora across the world. The conference brought together intellectual and practice-based contributors who have examined the concepts of science and technology as an innovative approach to achieve a more >>
11th International Conference 10 Years of Sustainable Development: New Multi-Disciplinary Approaches and Methodologies London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) 2nd – 4th September 2013 London, United Kingdom
Building Capacity for a Sustainable Knowledge-Based Economy in Sudan First Knowledge Economy Conference, Khartoum, Sudan Government of Sudan 3rd June 2013 Sudan is facing a daunting challenge in diversifying its economy. A diverse economy for the Sudan would mean huge benefits for the country in terms of economic growth, global market reach and less dependence on a single commodity sector. This conference is timely from the country’s need to examine the current status, a necessary step for realization of new prospects and adoption and application of future policies and programs. The conference aimed to assess Sudan’s position with regard to implementation more >>
(2013 Khartoum, Sudan) “Understanding Knowledge Management”, TEDx Khartoum Knowledge Into Action, TEDx Khartoum, 11th May 2013, Khartoum – Sudan Other keynote speakers include: Jon Hall the Executive Director of Linux International.
(2013 Brighton, UK) “Towards a Sustainable Knowledge-Based Economy in the Middle East & North Africa”, University of Brighton Towards a Sustainable Knowledge-Based Economy in the Middle East & North Africa One Day International Conference Wednesday 30th January 2013 University of Brighton and Sussex Aims and Objectives The conference aims to critically discuss a range of issues relating to the role of academics and professionals in supporting and enhancing the process of transforming the countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to advanced, knowledge-based societies led by sustainable innovation and social advance. The conference will also discuss the major obstacles more >>
(2008 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) “Bridging Agricultural Innovation to Policy: Challenges – Strategies – Policies”, World Bank “Bridging Agricultural Innovation to Policy: Challenges – Strategies – Policies”. World Bank Conference on Practicing Agricultural Innovation in Africa: A Platform for Action, 12-14 May 2008, Dar es Salaam: Tanzania Summary: The forum focus on various technologies and innovations relating to agriculture, food industry, rural energy and physical environment including water. These particular technologies are selected due to the fact that growth and productivity in agriculture and food sectors is central to any strategy of reducing poverty and increasing economic growth and development in more >>