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State Minister at the Cabinet praises the performance Board of Counselors

 

The Minister of State in the Cabinet Tarek Haj Ali praises the performance of the Board of Counselors, and  reviewed the experience of the advisors in supporting the decision-making of the state through study, analysis and the development of options and differentiation between them according to the scientific and objective bases and the Commission's studies and discussion sessions and interactive meetings, workshops and other activities carried out by In accordance with its mandate and tasks entrusted to it. This came during a meeting with the Secretary-General of the Counselors in charge of Dr. Montasser Hassan Ahmed in his office on Sunday, October 21, praising the efforts of the advisors and the role it plays in providing options, To support the executive system .

 

Requirements for diversity management in Sudan

The Secretariat of the Panel of Advisors organized a panel discussion on the requirements of diversity management to achieve national unity at its headquarters on Wednesday 17/10/2018 with the participation of a group of experts, specialists and related parties. Participants in the seminar stressed that Sudan is an example of ethnic and cultural diversity in the continent. Complex in the African map. This crisis is usually described as pluralism, and pluralism is "capable of being a liberated and creative human force, destructive or indiscriminate and human." Pluralism is not a problem in itself; it is a natural and instinctive belonging.

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Expatriate remittances and their role in supporting the economy
 Under new policie

 

The General Secretariat of Advisors held a panel discussion on the remittances of expatriat at remittances and workers abroad contribute significantly to improve the growth of GDP, which is reflected es in support of the economy under the new policies on 11 October 2018 where the episode stressed that the crisis of the Sudanese economy is a crisis of production and not a crisis of foreign exchange. The national production is not the required size as it is in decline, Goods and services have created a large gap between it and the supply, which led to a high level of prices, and it is known th on the desired economic and social development.

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Management and maintenance of Sudan's natural resources

In order to manage and maintain Sudan's natural resources and directed towards supporting the national economy to the foundations of sustainability and preservation of the country's resources and in order to improve and innovation and keep up to manage the potential and capabilities and wealth of Sudan and different, which is a major base for the boom development contribute to stability and development a technical committee of a group of the advisors and experts is preparing A study on the management and maintenance of the natural resources of Sudan and the Committee headed by Dr. Ahmed Sherif Othman and A. Mergany Othman Member and Reporter and the membership of Dr. Adel Abdulaziz, Dr. Ali Mahjoub Atta Al-Manan, Abdel Azim Mergany, d. Abbas Sheikh Mohammed, and Dr. Abbas Mohammed Ahmed

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The official and societal role in dealing with organized begging phenomenon

The General Secretariat of Advisors organized a discussion panel on the official and societal role in dealing with organized begging phenomenon on 18/4/2018 with the participation of a group of experts, specialists and related parties. The seminar stressed that begging is a social phenomenon that is alien to Sudanese society and is a deviation from normal behavior and deviation from customs, And the spread of this phenomenon in the large cities, especially the capital and large cities in the states, which come to the migrants from the countryside and refugees from neighboring African tribes looking for better life and They try to adapt to this environment and follow the illegal means that enable them to live in these societies, and this is reflected in their behavior, and forced to practice begging of all kinds

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Constitutional development in Sudan, past experiences and visions of the future


The General Secretariat of Advisors organized a discussion panel on constitutional development in Sudan .. Past experiences and visions of the future and the objective of the seminar to maximize the pros and treat the negatives that have been done in the previous constitutions,
The seminar aim to maximize the pros and to deal with the negatives of the previous constitutions. After the secession of the south, amendments had to be made in the 2005 Constitution by deleting the items that were related to the governance of the South and the privileges granted to them by the Convention.
In spite of all the political turmoil, there were serious attempts to establish a permanent constitution for the country, This comes in a number of liabilities mentioned by the seminar, most notably the formation of an impartial committee, which will consider, when it begins to draw up a permanent constitution, to present and future of Sudan, The need for the political will to enforce and implement the constitution, the agreement of all political forces on the supreme interests that express the national conscience, awareness of some of the challenges and strategic issues, foremost of which is the unification of national will, combating corruption, expanding the rule of participation in the preparation of the constitution at all stages, And the independence of the judiciary, taking advantage of the experience of the Constitution of 1998 in the formation of the High Council of the Judiciary.

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Utilizing modern technology to increase production and productivity


General Secretariat of Consultancy Board held a seminar on Wednesday 28th March, abou the use of modern technology to increase production and productivity with the participation of a group of experts and specialists and some relevant bodies.
Prof. Taj Al-Sarr reviewed the paper on the concept and application of technology explaining the concept of technology ,it is defined as a set of knowledge, experience and skills to design and manufacture a product or several products and to establish a project for this purpose.
The transfer of technology is the transfer of means of production of a product or several products and training on the operation and marketing of its products in accordance with a license contract as a legal rule to control the pace of production in the market available and in the materials used and methods of insurance.
While the localization or assimilation of technology is when local specialists can understand the production processes and specifications of the materials used with their ability to develop and improve them for global development as well as the generation of technology by creating new innovative or locally developed technologies by which to manufacture innovative products that compete globally.
He referred to the elements of managing technology transfer in the selection, acquisition and use of technology. The seminar discus the applying of technology under the slogan of scientific and knowledge development, technology for achieving sustainable development, in relation to agriculture without plowing, which is one of the alternative systems of traditional agricultural systems prevailing in the sector. Increasing productivity, conserving the environment, conserving natural resources and achieving economic efficiency. It was actually applied in the Pioneer farm in (Agadi) Sudan's largest project in the 2003 season, integrated with the zero-tillage system. The productivity of cotton crops, sunflower and sorghum with increased agricultural area.
The workshop also addressed the technology of biofuel production, space technologies for information monitoring and waste recycling technologies.
The participants were assured of the importance of the subject, which is known as the knowledge economy in the light of the knowledge revolution, as there are many bodies working in the fields of technology transfer, which contributed to providing opportunities to diversify the economy As well as the high-tech information has strengthened the service sector in production and speed of work.
The participants also stressed that the use of technology reduces the waste of resources and contributes to the quality of the product quality as an example in the agricultural sector (greenhouses).
The workshop concluded with several recommendations, including the need to encourage scientific research in this field and exchange on the use of technology with the adoption of favorable policies and work on training and rehabilitation and increase innovations and encourage and provide resources according to needs.
The participant in this workshop,Prof Taj Alser Bashir Abdullah, Dr. Adel Abdul Aziz Al-Faki, Dr. Ahmed Sherif Othman, Dr. Mohammed Al-Nair, Dr. Abdul Azim Marghani, Mr. Makki Marghani, Dr. Abdel Majid Abdelkader, Dr. Ahmed Al-Ghali Ahmed, Mr. Emad Khatami and Mr. Othman Salaheldin.
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The prejudicial promulgation of electronic media and its impact on the security and safety of society


The General Secretariat of consultancy board organized a workshop to discuss prejudicial promulgation of electronic media and its impact on the safety and security of the society at its headquarters on Wednesday 22/3/2018 with the participation of a group of experts, specialists and relevant parties. The participants stressed that the emergence of the Internet and electronic media was imposed and expected to impose a A different reality It is not only a development of the traditional media but a means of containing all of the above. There has been a written electronic press, as well as electronic and audio-visual media. The combination of all these patterns and the overlap between them has produced numerous and varied media templates that can not be enumerated or predicted.

Experts: Leather industry in Sudan .. a promising future Encourage the production policy adoption for export Leather Industries -Reality and Future
General Secretariat of of Advisors held a discussion meeting on 14 February about ( the leather industries Reality and the future ), where the meeting pointed to the importance of the leather industry as the leather sector of the promising sectors in Sudan because of its huge animal wealth and the increase in the demand for Sudanese meat.
The project to develop the leather industry and its products in Sudan was initiated by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in 1967 until 1990 and had a clear role in improving the quality of raw leather produced and the establishment of several slaughterhouses throughout Sudan and Skin whitening and leather technicians and the development of leather trade and exports.
The leather and leather products sector in Sudan is characterized by the availability of raw materials (leather) in the required types, prices and quantities, with the necessary infrastructure for the development of this industry, in addition to a number of training institutions and applied research in the field of leather and leather products (National Center for Leather Improvement Omdurman, For leather technology in Khartoum, the technological incubator for the development of the leather and leather products industry in Khartoum North). The discussion meeting noted that the State's policies aim to give priority to the industrial sector under the national program, In order to achieve high added value for national products and to provide employment opportunities and to transfer modern technologies in the leather and leather products industry to meet the challenges of globalization and increase the competitiveness of leather products in international markets while encouraging investment.
The leather sector has many features that are not available to most other industrial sectors
The participants in the workshop pointed out that the leather sector in Sudan is characterized by many advantages that are not available to most other industrial sectors, the most important of which is the availability of raw materials with the required types, prices and quantities, and the quality which means durability due to its textile and fibrous composition. Globally, Sudan is seventh in terms of wealth in cattle and sixth for sheep and goats. The opportunities and areas of investment in the leather industries are to strengthen the capabilities of existing tanneries to reach the export stage of karst, which is an advanced stage for soft tanning, the establishment of new tanneries to increase production for the local and exported markets, and the establishment of modern factories for producing shoes, bags and high-quality leather belts for foreign markets. Factory waste in the establishment of compact leather industries and others, and attracting foreign partnerships to help provide financing for modernization, development and production for the purpose of export.
The workshop also tackled the obstacles and challenges facing the leather industry that prevented the development of high cost, low quality, difficulty in obtaining good production inputs such as lattices and accessories, the failure of the technologies used in workshops, problems of tax and customs policies, local and state fees, (Electricity, sewage), closure and accumulation of markets with shoes and leather products in addition to the problems of employment and weak training in engineering, mechanics, electricity, marketing problems and the difficulty of participation in regional and international exhibitions.
Participated in this workshop : Dr. Babeker Mohammed Tom, Dr. Adel Abdulaziz Al-Faki, Dr. Mohammed Al-Nayer Mohammed Nour, Dr. Ahmed Sherif, Dr. Ahmed Al-Ghali Ahmed, Dr. Khalid Al-Magbole, Dr. Mekki Mirghani, Dr. Ali Alnaeem Musa , Dr. Hassan Mohamed Tawfiq, Dr. Haitham Osman Awad Al-Karim, Dr. Abdullah Ahmed Al-Mustafa, Dr.Marwan Abdullah Othman, Mrs. Amna Mohamed Ibrahim and Mr. Taha Sayed Ahmed Said.
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Coordinating the work of research and studies centers in Sudan


Establishment of a higher council to manage coordination between Studies and research centers
The General Secretariat of consultancy board prepared a detailed paper as an initiative to organize and coordinate the work of the research centers which addressed the importance of the research centers and their objectives and current status as the repository of intellectual and knowledge that the plans and studies does not complete without it or without the research, analytical and exploratory efforts carried out by these centers to contribute in achieving the national renaissance embodied in the quarter-century strategy, and described by annual institutions five-year plans .
The paper pointed to the multiplicity and spread of research centers and considered it a positive aspect in the academic, intellectual and cultural arena for the spread of institutions of higher education and proving the usefulness of the influential role played by such centers in influencing global decision-making. However, the recent experience in Sudan and similar policies and programs implemented by each center which make repetition and waste. So we need rationing of management and coordination of the role of these centers within specialized fields that establish their role complementarily, prevent repetition, help build up experience and guide the efforts of the National think tank to serve the issues of reality And draw future spaces and contribute to the creation of a competitive environment and Increase job opportunities and preparation of studies and research so as to achieve the complementary partnership between the public and private sectors and Legalize it .
Based on these data, the General Secretariat of the consultants provided a vision for coordination as a proposal to establish of a higher council and an executive technical committee under the name of the Supreme Council to manage the coordination between the centers of studies and research, Its members include directors of the centers and their deputies to take care of the work of these centers in accordance with a strategic vision that strengthens their role and achieve effective coordination between them in the service the state and society issues.