Batch 21 Medicines Reveling in Brilliance and Accomplishment



 

On the evening of Saturday the 20th of July, the University celebrated the graduation of Batch 21 of the Faculty of Medicine. The glorious occasion was attended by the graduates, their families, colleagues, faculty members, external examiners and distinguished guests.

The gathering was addressed by the University President Professor Hassan Mohamed Ahmed and Dr Siham Sulieman the Director of Academic Affairs. The joyful event was also attended by Dr Hafiz Homeida the University Vice President and Dr Suzan Homeida member of the Board of Trustees and. Professor Mamon Homeida, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the University, was conspicuous by his absence. His absence left a glaring gap that will hopefully soon be rectified.

Dr Siham Sulieman, the Director of Academic Affairs and Dr Mohamed Kordman, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine acknowledged the high level of achievement secured by the graduates. The speakers reflected the widely shared sentiment that Batch 21 was, collectively and individually, characterized by academic excellence, resilience and commitment. Their success was all made more emphatic by the fact that it was obtained under severe conditions and taxing circumstances. However, despite all difficulties they succeeded in doing themselves and their families proud As the University bids them goodbye, wishes them the success they really and truly deserve. They will undoubtedly be hugely missed.

Rehab Al-Fikr” Hosts a Symposium on Provision of Medicines


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A symposium on “How the national pharmaceutical industry will contribute to the Provision of Medicines” will be organized by the Forum of “Rehab Al-Fikr” at 12 noon, Saturday the 10th of November at the Global Conference Center (GCC).

The symposium will be addressed by HE Mutaz Musa, the Prime Minister, HE Dr. Suad Yousef Al Karib, State Minister of the Federal, Ministry of Health, Professor Mamoun Homeida, Minister of Health of the State of Khartoum, Dr. Zine El Abidine Abbas Al-Fahl, Secretary-General of the National Council for Drugs and Toxins, Dr. Jamal Khalafallah, Director General of the Fund for Medical Supplies, Dr. Ahmad Al-Badawi, Chairman of the Chamber of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Dr. Salah Kambal, Head of Pharmaceutical Drugs Importers.
The public are cordially invited to participate at the symposium, and are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity for open discussion to highlight concerns, raise issues and to ask questions to enrich the meeting which is expected to propose solutions that will assist in facilitate provision of medicine for the benefit of the citizens at large.
It is worth mentioning that a Forum of Rehab Al-Fikr was established to organize a number of symposia, meetings and seminars, etc within the framework of defined objectives and goals aimed at highlighting the national outreach of the University, its involvement and interaction with the various strata of the Sudanese society, and to direct and suide the positive engagement of UMST students community. The University aspires, through the “Rehab Al-Fikr” Forum, to manifest its commitment to a well informed Responsibility strategies, policies and practices. The ultimate goal of the Forum is to establish sound measures to further extend the university outreach through intellectual, cultural and scientific activities offered through the Forum of Rehab Al-Fikr.

Rehab Al-Fikr” Organized a Symposium on Provision of Medicines


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A symposium on “How the national pharmaceutical industry will contribute to the Provision of Medicines” was organized by the Forum of “Rehab Al-Fikr” on Saturday the 10th of November at the Global Conference Center (GCC).
The symposium was addressed by HE Dr Suad Yousef Al Karib, State Minister of the Federal Ministry of Health, Professor Mamoun Homeida, Minister of Health of the State of Khartoum, Dr Ahmad Al-Badawi, Chairman of the Chamber of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Dr Salah Kambal, Head of Pharmaceutical Drugs Importers, Dr Salah Ibrahim, President of the General Union of Pharmacists and others.

The symposium thoroughly reviewed issues related to the contribution of the national pharmaceutical industry to the provision of medicines. The speakers also discussed the problem of medicine, in terms of import and manufacturing, and raised issues and proposed solutions to the problems related to provisions of medicines. The symposium was highly enriched by open debate and by intelligent comments.

It is worth mentioning that a Forum of Rehab Al-Fikr was established to organize a number of symposia, meetings and seminars, etc within the framework of defined objectives and goals aimed at highlighting the national outreach of the University, its involvement and interaction with the various strata of the Sudanese society, and to direct and suide the positive engagement of UMST students community. The University aspires, through the “Rehab Al-Fikr” Forum, to manifest its commitment to a well informed Responsibility strategies, policies and practices. The ultimate goal of the Forum is to establish sound measures to further extend the university outreach through intellectual, cultural and scientific activities offered through the Forum of Rehab Al-Fikr.

Since its inception the Forum has managed to organize a number of events that were heavily attended and succeeded in addressing current issues that are of huge relevance to the Sudanese public.

A Visual Part of the event