Professor Sherif stresses the importance of the telecommunications sector in the renaissance of the country

Khartoum 09-23-2020 (SUNA) – Professor Sherif Fadl Babiker, Director General of Africa Technology City, affirmed that the communications and information technology sector is one of the important sectors that constitute an important tributary to the country’s renaissance in all fields. This came in the communications and information technology workshop organized today within the framework of the economic conference to be held at the end of this month, at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, in the presence of a number of professors, researchers and those interested in the field of communications and information technology in the country. Professor Sharif said, “At this important stage in the history of Sudan, we must consider and pay attention to various technologies, especially those related to communications and information technologies, as many services are being provided through Internet and computer networks.”

He explained that the goal of the workshop is to set policies related to the telecommunications sector to control the sector and facilitate entrepreneurs’ exit from applications and services that facilitate various operations, whether in the field of education, health and others, in addition to thinking about issues related to the sector and coming up with recommendations to present them to the Council of Ministers for study and implementation.

For his part, Muhammad Nour Karkasawi, member of the Higher Economic Committee and coordinator of the Technology and Information Technology Workshop, explained that the role of technology and technology is to work on the complete transformation of the traditional management of the state and increase efficiency. The state at the level of all sectors, whether economic or service, in addition to raising the professional competence of young people and increasing knowledge.

He stressed that technology is the basis on which all activities and events of the state, economic sectors and others are based, noting that this workshop will be the outputs of a guide for the national economic conference that will be held at the end of this year. Month.

For his part, Dr. Muhammad Abdullah Khalil, Dean of the Faculty of Sports Sciences at the University of Khartoum, explained that the preparatory workshop for the economic conference in the communications and information technology sector has a major role in change, especially in combating corruption, controlling public money and controlling government procurement and other challenges facing the transitional government.

He stressed that the workshop includes a large number of specialists from academics, professionals, universities, capital markets, the telecommunications sector and the Federation of Employers, and discusses how to exploit technologies and information in the transitional period and how to invest in them properly. In addition to creating smart partnerships between the government sector, research centers and the Employers Union, expressing his hope. In coming up with clear and specific recommendations that will benefit the state during the coming period.