- published: 04 Aug 2013
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The "Nihal Education Project Sudan" aims to establish a european university in Khartoum (Sudan). In july 2012 the kindergarden "My place" opened as the first part of the project which will also include a primary and a secondary school, a highschool and a university. This year the primary school was opened for 50 kids from various cultural, socio-economic and religious backgrounds. The project was founded by Dr. M. Badawi, University of Kontanz, Germany. For further information or contributions of any kind, please contact Dr. Mohamed Badawi: Mohamed.Badawi@uni-konstanz.de
Hori Shares his touching experience of education in Sudan and how it affected him personally. The talk involves a group of young of Sudanese youth interacting in social move change. That will help education in Sudan. Hori Abdelrahman is a 20 year old Electric Engineering student. His dream is to improve education in Sudan; he believes in the motto"Education for All", and this is based on his belief that education is the backbone of a good and developed community. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = in...
The Sudan Education Project targets street children sheltered at the Alrashad Center for Children Rehabilitation in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum. The project will carry-out a series of music lessons, conducted by music teachers with support of a professional music therapist. The Alrashad Center for Children Rehabilitation is the local partner and the project place of project implementation. Contact person in Europe is Mr. Hubl Greiner and Dr. Mohamed Badawi. The Sudan Education Project is a non-profit, non-stock organization. Moussa Selkh (Timimoun/Algeria, violine). Mohamed Badawi (Omdurman/Sudan, Oud). Produced by Mohamed Badawi and Hubl Greiner. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP! Contact us at: https://www.mohamed-badawi.com/kontakt/
Andrew S. Natsios, former US Special Envoy to Sudan, answered a question about education in Sudan at a special event at Margaret Wong's offices in Cleveland. He said the University of Khartoum used to be the best school in Africa but not anymore. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/african/african.htm
Sky News Arabia took me for a spin around town until we finally ended up on a small boat on the quiet streams of the Blue Nile on the east side of Khartoum. The entire interview has been dubbed into Arabic. I'm sure it's good😉❤️🇸🇩 -------------------------------------------------------------- Once Upon A Saga is a unique journey to visit every single country in the world in a single unbroken journey - completely without the use of flight. The Saga aims to inspire, educate and entertain. If you would like to know more you can follow this link to the webpage: www.onceuponasaga.dk
Crowd-funding for students in Sudan Sagda Kabashi is a 23 years old dreamer and social activist who is passionate about research and education. She dreams of the day when Sudan appreciates the value of education and research, for that she is planning to have an academic career. She was the licensee of the first TEDxUniversityofKhartoum event which took place in 2013 and has been part of many other TEDx events in Sudan. She is also part of Sudanese Researchers Initiative where she co-organized a workshop about scholarships and study abroad last year. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
In the frame convention agreed work between the Sudanese charity org( Mujadidoun-Sudan)and Cafod the( British ) Catholic Agency For Overseas Development (CAFOD) both organization helped many people whom were in urgent need of food, water and shelter in Khartoum basic Education support Project basic school in Khartoum the capital city of Sudan for better education conditions.
Amna Khalid is a 4th year medical student from Wad Medani, Sudan.Born in Yemen in 1992, and brought up in the UK and currently lives in Sudan. This diversity gave her the opportunity to acquire an insight into the different cultural aspects of each country and community. This taught her to make friends quick and quickly adjust to different changes in her life. She learned to sew at a very young age, and learned to play the cello and is currently learning to play the guitar and wants to learn both Italian and Japanese in an effort to widen her cultural horizons. She is very passionate about learning about her country's cultural background, and that's why, you'll find her sitting with her grandmother listening to her stories. Her first career option was becoming a teacher, that then became a...