FRIDAY 21 JUNE 2019

DAY 2 FRIDAY 21 JUNE 2019

(09:00-09:30) Registration and Networking

(09:30-10:45) Session 5
Moderator:
Rapporteur:

Mental Health – Surviving to Thriving
Dr. Sara BeleilConsultant Psychiatrist South West London & St. George’s Mental Health NHS Trust and Academic Secretary, Sudan Doctors’ Union, UK Branch

Knowledge transfer in health sciences research: a cyber based Initiative
Prof. Ibrahim Bani, Emory University Atlanta, USA

Development of undergraduate medical education and research in Sudan universities: Learning from the UK experience
Dr. Waiel Bashari, University of Cambridge, UK

(10:45-11:15) Tea/Coffee Break and Networking

(11:15-12:30) Session 6
Moderator: Intisar Hassan, Parenting Facilitator, Westway Development Trust and Race Equality Foundation, UK
Rapporteur:

Assessment stations on the path to education
Prof. El Tayeb Abusin, Education Advisor, UK

Knowledge-based economy flagships and pillars development to enhance future development in Sudan’ perception
Prof. Elsadig Musa Ahmed, Multimedia University, Malaysia

Benchmarking Sudan’s ICT ecosystem- towards developing an ICT vision
Dr. Hassan Hamdoun, British Telecom, UK

(12:30-13:30) Lunch Break

(13:30-15:00) Sessions 7
Moderator: Dr. Ali Elbireer, International Aids Vaccine Initiative (IAVI), UK
Rapporteur:

How can youth be able to build Sudan after the success of the revolution?
Nimiry Hussain Mejawer, BCFM Radio, UK

Transformation of the Sudanese government media to public media
Khalid AbualiMediacast International, UK

Cinema is also political!
Mohamed Kamal Aldin, University of Bristol, UK

Post-traumatic stress disorder and Sudan uprising
Amal Makki DafaallaEmotional and Wellbeing Therapist, Abbey Community Association, UK

(14:45-15:15) Tea/Coffee Break and Networking

(15:15-16:30) Sessions 8
Moderator:
Rapporteur:

Sudanese energy a tale of two resources: hydrocarbon and renewables and sustainability sources
Dr. Mohamed Galal Hassan Sayed, Portsmouth University, UK

Building urban resilience in fragile settings: the context of climate change, conflict and displacement, Khartoum – Sudan
Nuha Eltinay, London South Bank University, UK and Arab Urban Development Institute, Saudi Arabia

Housing the urban poor in Sudan cities: rethinking current policies and practices
Khalafalla OmerUrban Planner, UK

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