About The Report
The Institute of Endemic diseases compiled this report on Sars-Cov2 pandemic highlighting its research efforts over the past 18 months, as well as other researches from collaborators in Sudan relevant to the title of the report.
At Institute New Buildings On Nile Street
September 29, 2021
The Institute of Endemic Diseases at the University of Khartoum launched the coronavirus report entitled (The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in light Of the Human-Virus relationships What have we learned?”) on Wednesday, September 29, 2021 AD, at the institute’s new headquarters on Nile Street, in the presence of the Minister of Higher Education And scientific research, Professor Intisar Saghiroon Al-Zain, the Director of the University of Khartoum, Professor Fadwa Abdul Rahman Ali Taha, and the Director of the Institute of Endemic Diseases, Professor Montaser Al-Tayeb, and the representative of the World Health Organization, Dr. In her speech in honor of the launch of the report, the Minister of Higher Education, Professor Intisar Saghiroun, expressed her happiness with this important research work, in which several parties participated. For her part, the Rector of the University, Professor Fadwa Taha, praised the Institute of Endemic Diseases for preparing the report, which includes detailed studies conducted by the Institute, and praised the great role played by the Institute in the fields of scientific research and community service, and wished the Institute of Endemic Diseases success and that the Corona report would be circulated to the concerned authorities. As for the representative of the World Health Organization, Dr. Nima Obeidi, stressed the utmost importance of the report in light of the basic problems related to the lack of accurate data and statistics in Sudan, noting that the issuance of the report corrects information on epidemiological monitoring and makes future plans based on scientific facts, and praised the cooperation between the Institute and the Ministries of Health and Higher Education. He called for making use of the information in the report to improve the health situation, and expected that the Corona report would make a strong push for reforming the health system in Sudan. The Director of the Institute of Endemic Diseases, Professor Montaser Al-Tayeb, welcomed the Minister of Higher Education, the Rector of the University, and the partners of the report project from the World Health Organization, the Ministry of Higher Education, the Federal Ministry of Health, and UNESCO, which supported the project of the report, in addition to the colleges that participated in preparing the report. The report contained recommendations that would assist decision-makers in reforming the health situation in Sudan and building the capacity of medical personnel. Department of Media and Public Relations - University of Khartoum Thursday 30 September 2021 AD
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