Sudan urges technology in education
SUDANBy BiztechAfrica - Aug. 29, 2012, 9:55 a.m.
The Vice President of Sudan and Chairman of the National Council for Technical and Technological Education, Dr Al-Hajj Adam Yosuf, has stressed the importance of technical and technological education in developing the national economy.
He told Sudan’s General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers that it was important to prepare for modernisation, and to use new technologies in education, to meet Sudan’s economic growth needs.
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