The Deanship of Student Affairs at the University of Medical Science and Technology organized the International Day of People with disability to deepen the integration of the local community with the outside society. The session was held on Thursday 6/12/2018 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
The University hosted a number of guests to participate in the celebration from the evil house and from the professional rehabilitation center of our family association (Omdurman) with their singing teams and their exhibitions, as well as the members of the Sudan Center for Down Syndrome in the eastern Nile district.
The Deanship of Students affairs in association of the Faculty of Economic, Social and Environmental Studies celebrated on the 10th of this month the International Human Rights Day. The celebration is a timely reminder of the issuing and signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 70 years ago. The Declaration stipulates, amongst other things, that everyone should live in dignity and free of the shackles of slavery, discrimination and limitation of freedom of movement, belief, opinion and expression.
This celebration is part of the University sustained efforts commemorate the international occasions and using them as springboard to educate its students and connecting them with the outside world
The celebration was attended by Professor Modethir Abdul Rahim, President of the Sudanese Society of the United Nations, Mr. Fadel Mohammed Ministry of Justice and Mr. Joseph Suleiman Khalil, former President of the Commission of the World Organization for Human Rights and a member of the National Council and Legal Advisor.
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A Part of the Event
On 22 October from 10:00 to 17:00 an open day on HIV/AIDS awareness was held at the University in cooperation with the Deanship of Student Affairs and the Red Crescent Society of Khartoum State
The day was composed of two parts. The first part was mainly an education program; while the second part was composed of an exhibition which was geared towards raising awareness. The second part was concerned with focusing attention on the national AIDS guidelines, including group discussion group, lecture, experience of a PLHIV, self-counseling, self-counseling, voluntary screening, counseling and diagnosis clinic for sexually transmitted diseases, a drama on HIV and songs.
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