Harassment, Misconceptions and the Media Friday, 31 October, Shalgam said the Italians informed him personally since, at the time, he was Libya's ambassador in Rome. Shalgam was quoted as saying that the U.
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For more information view our media page and republishing guidelines. The full article is available here as HTML. Press Ctrl-C to copy AU congress suggests how to boost African science By Ahmed Namatalla [ALEXANDRIA] African scientists and politicians have Nagia essayed a wide range of measures to boost science and technology on the continent, ranging from more flexible visa laws for greater mobility of scientists, to the creation of a continent-wide scientific advisory committee.
The proposals were made at a three-day congress of African scientists and policymakers, held in Alexandria, Egypt from October, which was convened for the first time by the African Union AU. The delegates put forward 50 individual suggestions, of these 10 will be chosen to be submitted to a meeting of African science and technology ministers later this month in Cairo, Egypt.
Several speakers also urged that African governments make their own commitment to increasing support for science and technology, rather than leave this to the private sector or international finance institutions such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
Other recommendations included strengthening intellectual property rights to encourage innovation, establishing specialised research centres for developing local technologies and upgrading science and technology education in schools. Africa lags in development because it remains colonised, argued Sadeg Faris, a Libyan emigrant and chief executive officer of eVionyx, a New York-based energy company.
Read the original article.Nagia Essayed African Secretary of Commerce Ibrahim Coulibali African Secretary of Agriculture and Food Jeacqueline Moudjehena African Attorney General Jaloul Ayed African Treasurer General Gen.
Siphiwi Nyanda African Armed Force Chief of Staff General Jean Bernard Ngalibika. Directorate of Human Resources, Science and Technology is headed by Nagia Essayed.
Directorate of Trade and Industry is headed by Elisabeth Tankeu. Directorate of Rural Economy and Agriculture is headed by Rosebud Kurwijila.
Directorate of Economic Affairs is headed by Maxwell Mkwezalamba. Office of the Legal Counsel. Nagia M.
Essayed Professor of Housing and Urban Planning at Libyan Universities, Former Commissioner for Human Resources Science and Technology at the African Union (Libya) Enaja Ohood Director of Urban Planning- Ministry of Local Government - Ramallah (Palestine) Saadia Saadi Coordinator for the national organization of the promotion.
Ms. Nagia ESSAYED, Commissioner, Human Resources, Science and Technology, Geneva Ms. Khadija MASRI, Permanent Observer, Geneva Mr. Ali Abdirizak MUSA, Counsellor, Geneva UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION ECONOMIQUE POUR L'AFRIQUE Mr. Alex TINDIMUBONA, Senior Scientific Affairs Officer and Team Leader, Sustainable Development Division, Addis Ababa.
In line with the above, and the results announced vide Notes Verbale BC/OLC//40/initiativeblog.com and BC/OLC//61/initiativeblog.com dated 2 April and 11 June , respectively, (copies attached for ease of reference), the following is the compiled and final list of the candidatures received for the elections of members of the Commission at the end of the deadline on 30 th October Marianne Cassar is on Facebook.
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