Connect Arab Summit 2012
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Coordinator & ITU Focal Point

  • Mustafa FATHI KHATTAB (ARADO)
  • Svein TENNINGÅS (ITU)

CAPACITY BUILDING

Summit Capacity Building Objectives:

 

  • The Capacity Building is an horizontal activity intersecting all other WG activities
  • Develop Capacity Programs to support selected projects and activities
  • Ensure that human and institutional capacity building in the field of ICTs is of the utmost quality
  • Foster digital inclusion that promotes ICT accessibility and their ICTs for social and economic development

 

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PROPOSED C-ARB PROJECTS
Capacity Building (WG5)
Short Name Beneficiary Countries Project Timeframe Description
Arab Innovation Exchange Network Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, State of Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen 2012-2014 In a global, knowledge-based economy, organizations cannot innovate by themselves only; they need to connect actively with new technologies, new products, new insights and new opportunities for growth from external sources, and across boundaries. The Innovation exchange network will employ a model which combines technology, people, and process in delivering new business opportunities based on organizations’ strategic needs. 2 main components need to be developed to establish the network: Intermediaries: those Intermediaries are a team of creative, technically skilled, and PhD or Masters qualified professionals, trained to seek collaborative opportunities across diverse fields of industry. They will be embedded into organizations to understand its technology or other capabilities, and strategic intents that require external collaboration. This will identify gaps and opportunities that are aligned to the organization goals. An On-line Secure storage of information: that will allow Intermediaries in the Arab region to collaborate and identify areas of collaboration among Arab countries. the Intermediaries will collaborate within the Innovation exchange network, sharing information, researching and analyzing technology, gathering market intelligence and searching for opportunities for business connections. Such connections can be established to improve internal efficiency or to open new doors and opportunities externally. Once a connection is identified, Intermediaries will assist the organization to directly engage with the other party using an appropriate step-wise disclosure process. It is also suggested to organize a regional conference on yearly bases to increase foster innovation and collaboration among Arab counties based on the opportunities and challenges identified by the Intermediaries throughout the year.
ARAB INNOVATION LABS NETWORK Region : Arab States 2012-2015 This project will facilitate the creation of a Network of Arab Innovation Labs. The Innovation Labs will focus on developing innovative social development-oriented applications to address identified local development challenges and needs with a special emphasis on using the mobile channel and interfaces. The lab will provide incubation support to develop and deploy between 5-10 applications/year to constitute a package of “Apps4D”. The Labs will work with entrepreneurs not only to develop innovative applications, but also to ensure that solutions have sound business models.
Arab PKI forum Region : Arab States 2012-2014 The new digital economy presents a great number of new employability opportunities which presents a crucial need with high priority in the Arab countries. In fact, considering their low requirement in investment, the increasing Internet penetration rates in the Arab region and the unbounded accessible international markets, the e-services and e-applications present real opportunities for the Arab citizens to develop their own business and value creation. Nowadays, e-commerce is becoming a key driving force and an indicator of the development status of national and international economy. According to international reports, the number of countries adhering to e-commerce is on the rise, and the value of the related on-line transactions is continuously increasing. This project is executed by the Arab ICT Organization (AICTO), a technical organization of the League of Arab States, with the assistance of its relevant members from the public and private sector.
Arabization of e-learning content Algeria, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, State of Palestine, Tunisia, Yemen 2012-2014 Arabization of e-learning content developed in the field of Information and Communication Technology to promote the use of Arabic in ICT sector and to stimulate use of this language in training, in professional world, and Finally,to make arabic people able to Create and Innovate based on their language.
Broadband Wireless Network Region : Arab States 2012-2016 This project aims to bring affordable Wireless connectivity to remote rural communities and areas previously unconnected, to provide low cost digital access for schools and hospitals and for underserved populations in rural and remote areas in the selected Arab countries by development and implementation of wireless broadband connectivity and by provision of ICT applications.
Capacity building of start ups in Elgazala Technopark   - Capacity building of Statup in the Elgazala Incubator and regional cyberparcs in Tunisia .Tunisian arab Partnership
Center of Excellence in ICT Djibouti, Mauritania, Somalia, Yemen 2012-2015 The Earth Institute will support the creation of a new ICT Center for Excellence for Sustainable Development, to train advanced specialists in ICT, including engineers, systems managers, and ICT-capable development leaders to build new tools for sustainable development. The role of the Center of ICT Excellence would be to take the lead on helping to synthesize best solutions/approaches and field/deploy test these solutions.
Centre of Excellence Network in the Arab Region - Phase II Region : Arab States 2007-2012 Training courses will centre on the main core areas (Business management, Technology Awareness, Spectrum Management, Telecommunications Regulation and Rural connectivity), that have been established as still relevant. A strong E-Learning culture will have been created to ensure a growing contribution of On-line training to the modes of delivery in the region.
Cloud-computing platform for communes   2012-2014 This project is based on cloud computing technology for communes and generalization of Cloud of government approach in a second step. -This project will provide IaaS, PaaS and SaaS services to communes
Connect To Learn in the Arab World (CTLAW) Djibouti 2012-2015 This proposal how Connect To Learn would enable and enhance access to quality education in the Arab World by enabling information and communications technology (ICT). The project will serve a powerful demonstration of the role ICT can play in reaching the MDG 2 (achieve universal primary education) and access to secondary education in resource poor settings focusing on gender parity.
Developing a Policy toolkit for addressing the rise of Cloud Computing in the Arab region Region : Arab States 2012-2015 Cloud Computing is certainly one of the major technology trends we are experiencing these days; it is considered by many to be as transformational as the rise of the Internet and the Web. The USA, Europe, China, to cite just a few, have developed or are developing Cloud Computing strategies, including policies to unleash the power of Cloud Computing and leverage the promise to create new job opportunities, develop the ICT sector, our SMEs, and the Government. The purpose of the proposed project is to develop - a research paper that studies the impact of Cloud Computing on the Arab region, considering both the challenges in terms of policies, skills, … as well as opportunities for Innovation, job creation, economic development, ICT readiness, E-Govt Readiness, … -a policy toolkit that will provide a consistent and coherent framework for the Arab Countries to develop local policies that will both support National Priorities and unleash the power of the Cloud Convergence’ .
Digital Documentation Center on ICT Morocco 2007-2012 This project aims to assist Morocco in providing reliable data and quality up-to-date information with regard to new developments in the ICT sector based on economic, social, technological, legal and ethical requirements. The implementation of the Digital Documentation Center (CDN) will play a key role in many sectors that contribute to sustainable development by creating new jobs, quality education, modernizing government and public services - generating innovation and creativity in the public services. Finally, the aim of the CDN is to facilitate and accelerate the decision-making process in Morocco and also in Arab countries and French-speaking Africa through effective use of ICT.
Digital ECCE 4 Arab States Iraq, United Arab Emirates 2012-2015 This proposal outlines an innovative partnership between EduEval Educational Services, UNESCO Iraq Office, the Knowledge and Human Development Authority in the UAE and the Ministries of Education in Iraq. This partnership will sustainably facilitate increased access to digitized early childhood care and education (ECCE) programming in Arabic, beginning in Iraq. Objective: To develop and test an Arabic content innovative ICT-supported mechanism for improving access to early childhood care and education
e-Government for Arab States Region Region : Arab States -2016 The main goal of the project is to assist Arab States Region by implementing secure e-Government services and applications to further assist countries in providing efficient public services delivery while improving the lives of citizens and to facilitate secure inter-government operations.
El Hassan Eco Tech Park Program Jordan 2012-2013 Abstract In 2010, the Royal Scientific Society (RSS) launched an initiative to establish in collaboration with Greater Amman Municipality (GAM), El Hassan Eco-Tech Park located in Ein Ghazal in the East part of Amman. The Park will be utilized as an active science labs for youth and the general public for demonstrating for clean technologies in Water, Energy and Environment; Learning by doing Museum, R&D center for eco-friendly technologies, Capacity building in science, technology and innovation and local knowledge in sustainability development. The Royal Scientific Society (RSS) vision is to be the local and regional reference point and knowledge leader for science and technology using scientific and engineering research to power economic development and social progress. RSS mission is to and build and strengthen scientific and engineering research in the areas of greatest strategic value to Jordan’s long-term competitiveness and development. The overall objective of establishing El Hassan Eco-Tech Park is to contribute to the national and regional efforts in advancing environmental and social sustainability through the awareness raising and the adoption of clean technologies and sound environmental practices. The specific objectives are to provide a forum for experimenting and demonstrating new customized clean technologies; to advance applied environmental research for problem solving and addressing proactively new emerging issues for Jordan and the region; to provide hands-on training for the future eco-leaders and professionals; and to provide an eco-friendly recreational facility. Thus the Park will be a place where eco-technologies are developed and exhibited; a place for applied research and education on eco–management; a think tank for specialized services on integrated resources management; and a place for exploring renewable energy technologies.
Establishment of a network to support open-source software Region : Arab States 2012-2014 The main objective of the Project is to provide to the Arab States Region a sustainable well-managed platform to enable the ICT society to know, obtain and utilize open-source software as a main tool for development.
Human Capacity Building Plan for LDC Arab States   2012-2014 There is a current need to support employment generation in the least developed Arab states. The project aims at focusing on youth in their school-to-work transition period in an effort to match educational background with private sector needs. By providing companies with trained employees who are productive from day one, the training can promote economic growth and as a result job creation for other youth. Microsoft has over the years played an active role in driving employment programs globally which can be easily applied in these target markets. Some programs are currently ongoing in target countries including Yemen and Gaza.
ICT 2.0 - Sector Development and Competitiveness Engine Jordan 2012-2015 Starting with the REACH initiative in 1999, the ICT Sector in Jordan has been developing as a major economic growth engine for the country with approximately 14% contribution to the GDP and more than 80,000 jobs in total employment. The ICT Sector is leading Jordan’s transformation into knowledge-based economy and society. Similar to other industries affected by the late financial crisis, and recently with the regional instability, that has slowed down the growth of our companies, ICT is still seen as a major driver to accelerate economic growth. Accordingly, four main pillars were identified as major enablers and triggers for sector growth and development that need to be framed under one program to run over 3 years to assist in boosting the sector development, reposition our industry as the regional hub and leader in ICT, stabilize and enable the growth and sustainability of our companies in the near future, and assist preparing them to face other challenges and effectively seize new opportunities. The four pillars upon which this concept is being formulated include a fundamental element for our sector’s growth; Human Resources, aiming at creating a reliable and sustainable pool of resources that will enhance employment rates, and will maintain the Jordanian resources’ edge known for their unique technical capabilities. Another pillar is Export Development, aiming at increasing regional markets penetration, enhancing our companies/ products positioning & visibility, and enabling sector scalability. In addition, developing Sector IP & Innovation through the diffusion of ICT in other industries to create an edge in our sector offerings, and to cover regional gaps in certain areas that will create niches lead by Jordanian ICT companies, and through capturing existing IP & products to be properly packaged for commercialization, which will surely pour into the core of export development and Investments Attraction; as the fourth pillar under the transformational program being discussed herein. Investment Attraction is seen as a main financing channel that will contribute to raising our existing companies’ maturity, exposure, and readiness to compete regionally and internationally. All components mentioned herein have a lot of intersection and all share the requirements and need for assessing market readiness and potential, building sector capacity, raising awareness, Marketing and PR, providing guidelines and consultancy services, and mainly setting certain work standards on sector level to raise maturity, ensure quality and sustainability. The propositions provided hereunder each pillar shall assist in meeting the following objectives: 1. Ensure the availability of a solid echo-system that builds sustainable, ready, qualified and mature companies able to compete regionally and internationally 2. Boost our local industry and develop sector competitiveness and edge 3. Promote and highlight successes as a way to promote the industry 4. Brand sector as the region operations and implementation center; home of innovation and IP 5. Better promote our human capacity and minds
ICT Academy Jordan 2012-2017 One of the major factors in making investment decisions is workforce development and availability, since access to a skilled and consistent labor force is of ultimate importance. Based on this opportunity, Jordan’s National ICT Strategy emphasized the need to develop a world-class workforce in the country. Moreover, research showed a clear gap between the higher education ICT outcome and the ICT sector employment needs. This led to high unemployment rates within ICT graduates. In order to bridge this gap, create employable graduates, and increase the percentage of working women in the sector, the Ministry of ICT is driving the initiative of establishing a virtual ICT Training Academy (under the brand "Bridge Academy") to equip ICT graduates with the required technical and soft skills to secure jobs, generate a proficient labor force, and increase competitive advantage when it comes to the recruitment of foreign investments in the ICT industry in Jordan.
ICT FOR ILLITERACY ERADICATION (ICT4IE) Region : Arab States 2012-2015 The project will build on existing successful efforts to use ICT for illiteracy eradication and will expand the use of new media and tools to eradicate illiteracy in Arab countries that face the same challenge.
ICT Indicators and Capacity Building for Measuring in Arab Region Region : Arab States 2010-2011 This project aims at establishing effective and efficient mechanisms at the Arab region to collect, analyze and disseminate ICT indicators.
ICT skills certification program   - Launch an arabic foundation for the development of ICT knowledge Objectives : • Build an arab network for ICT learning which can provide world-class certifications. • Enhance human resources competitiveness and skills in ICT domain. • Reinforce innovation ability of arab organizations.
Implementation of ICT Based Support Services for Rural MSMEs Sudan, Uganda 2012-2014 The overall objective of the project is to improve the performance and sustainability of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) by developing ICT based support services delivered via rural telecentres. Towards this objective, the project scope includes:(i) Development of E-Modules (complete package of knolwedge content and services to assist MSMEs in starting their business, undertake basic accounting calculations to develop their business, and market their business online through devloping their own websites); (ii)Capacity Building: which involves training the telecentre operators and targeted rural MSMEs on the developed E-Modules;(iii) knowledge sharing and Dissemination: in a form of sensitizing workshops to raise MSMEs on the importance of using ICT in improving their business and live hood. (iv) Monitoring & Evaluation,a base line study was developed having a set of measurables indicators to measure the impact of the project after 2-3 years of completion through integrating a monitoring & evaluation system.
implementing an arbic ICT observatory Sao Tome and Principe  2012-2014 general purpose: the main mission of ICT observatory is to become the main source to accurate and up-to date information, and the main institution formulating proposals regarding the contribution of ICT to the Arabic contries progress.
ITU and Linux Professional Institute Training Initiative Region : Arab States 2012-2013 The introduction of Linux courses and the widely recognized industry certification will greatly enhance the training offerings of the ITC and the services they can offer the Member countries. This collaboration and support of open source software, in keeping with the WSIS outcomes as well as the WTDC resolutions (Res 17 Annex 3), enhances the employability of the graduates thus helping promote one of the objectives of the ITC Initiative – that of technological empowerment as a path to economic and social development. The Linux Professional Institute Certification (LPIC) program is designed to certify the competency of IT professionals using the Linux operating system and its associated tools. It is designed to be distribution neutral, following the Linux Standard Base and other relevant standards and conventions.
IXP in Djibouti: keeping regional Internet traffic regionally through Djibouti. Djibouti 2012-2013 The project is not a new one, but part of the InternetExchange Points (IXPs): keeping local Internet traffic local. Its only presents the overview on how Djibouti wants to position its IXP toward the Arab League. This document focuses on presenting the significance of an IXP in Djibouti, in order to develop peering activities with and between the Middle East and East Africa networks. Peering actions through a well-built IXP and its related data-center activities will democratize Internet access … The project aims to enable and enhance community-led development efforts to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by harnessing cutting-edge ICT technologies.
LOW-COST COMPUTING DEVICES AND E-EDUCATIONAL CONTENT FOR ARAB SCHOOLS Region : Arab States 2012-2015 The project aims at use of ICT in education through introducing low-cost tablets for students/teachers in schools in pilot Arab countries. Several low-cost tablets are currently available in the market providing the potential to revolutionize the use of educational computing in schools. The use of low-cost, Open Source tablets make content development easier and facilitate the distribution of free and paid educational content.
Managing Agriculture Knowledge Through Localized Community Expert System Region : Arab States 2012-2014 In the past few years, a sharp rise in food prices and agriculture commodity generated severe concerns about food security. Arab countries are less exposed to reach food safety nets due to their increased population growth, their low agriculture productivity, and their dependence on the global markets. Arab countries need to act urgently to improve food security. In this context, Many studies recommended increasing farmers agricultural knowledge, transferring the recent researches and experiences from experts to framers will have a great impact on maximizing productivity, decreasing costs, and enhancing their livelihoods. This project aims to provide Arab farmers with a high level of knowledge sharing and management systems. This is done through enabling rational know-how experiences and expertise whenever needed in order to innovatively strengthen the Arab food safety nets and improve rural livelihoods in the Arab region.
Market competition Reform Sudan 2012-2012 This project aims at assessing the current situation, trends, challenges and opportunities of the telecommunication/ICT market in Sudan and develop a detailed action plan, including a set of measurable milestones to track the market towards a Sustainable Competitive market.
MasrWorks - Employability Portal Egypt 2012- The unemployment rate in Egypt hovers around 20% according to official statistics. Masr Works (www.masrworks.com) is part of the answer. It is a national portal which aims to support workforce development for Egyptian youth, covering career planning resources, training, job matching, volunteering and mentoring matching. The portal links to an extensive partnership network of NGOs, IGOs, and private sector organizations. The portal, among other things, provides career planning resources that can help visitors identify their kind of career path and their training gaps compared to the labor market requirements. It then provides extensive training options for different skills customized to specific target groups and jobs. Finally, it directs visitors to online and physical locations where they can identify the jobs available and it helps them prepare their applications. The pilot project is in Egypt. Discussions are underway to build this into a sub-regional portal with national sites
Memory Arab World - Phase II Region : Arab States 2012-2015 “Arab digital content “ is one of the 5 initiative for the Arab region, and “Memory of the Arab World” is one of the designated project aims at documenting and connecting Arab heritage in addition to diffusion it on the internet phase one started 2007-2011. Phase two aims at adding new heritage elements, digital documentation of each in every Arab country and launch the portal in both Arabic and English after implementing the training needed for the capacity building of the Arab specialists and setting the standards and the specs for all procedures and work flow (2012-1015)
Musharka - Tech Talent for Good Egypt 2011-2012 The purpose of the project is to strengthen the services and performance of Arab NGOs by leveraging the spirit of Arab youth evoked by revolutions across the Arab world. This initiative will be the first of its kind to run in the region at universities, giving students a clear mechanism to unrestricted involvement in society and the opportunity to gain work experience with NGOs and CSOs. The innovative aspect of this training program lies in the creation of a space for university students to actively support NGO and CSO activities: most civil society organizations lack the human resources capacity needed to effectively conduct their operations and attract university students. Furthermore, many NGOs lack the software needed to digitize their operations creating a more efficient workflow. The project combines both Education for Employment's "Musharka" program and Microsoft's "Tech4Good Program" to achieve the following objectives: * Support local NGOs in ICT capacity building * Improve NGO development and delivery of youth employment programs * Provide on-the-job experience for young ICT graduates to improve their employment opportunities * Encourage community and civic participation amongst Egyptian youth * Foster technology innovative technology solutions for the nonprofit sector
National CIRT Establishment Region : Arab States 2012-2013 The objective of this project is to assist countries in establishing and further developing cybersecurity capabilities, including the establishment of a Computer Incident Response Team with national responsibility.
Online University for Sustainable Development and ICT Djibouti, Mauritania, Somalia, Yemen 2012-2014 This project aims at increasing opportunities to higher education specifically in relation to skills for sustainable development and ICT. To achieve this objective, The Earth Institute will be enabled to provide its assistance to collaborating universities in the region for the development of a new Online University for Sustainable Development and ICT to be offered by such collaborators, to bring world-class professional training to students worldwide, with the first applications in the Arab countries.
Pan Arab CIRTs (PAC) Network Project Region : Arab States 2012-2015 The project aims at establishing a network of Arab CIRTs, with a focus on fostering cooperation and information exchange. The network will include three main nodes: • Node 1: Covers the western countries (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Mauritania) • Node 2: Covers the Gulf countries • Node 3: Covers the rest of the Arab countries Each node will be hosted by an experienced CIRT that acts as a regional hub whose responsibilities include:  Organize training workshops and events,  Assist in establishing new CIRTs in their region, as well as in expanding the scope of activities of existing CIRTS,  Create a regional (Who is who) database of CyberSecurity experts and officials,  Support regional cooperation in CyberSecurity priority areas including malware analysis, digital forensics, anti-botnet activities, etc.  Promote and encourage internships between CIRTs, in order to enhance exchange of experiences and to strengthen cooperation  Coordinate efforts with the ITU, IMPACT, as well as with other Pan Arab CIRT nodes
Phase II Connect A School, Connect A Community Toolkit Region : Arab States 2009-2011 This project aims at promoting broadband school connectivity so that schools can be used as community ICT centres that ensure ICT access and use by all people, including those in rural areas, marginal urban areas and isolated areas, with a particular focus on disadvantaged and vulnerable groups such as women and girls, indigenous people, persons with disabilities and youth and children, by identifying best practices on school connectivity related to technology options for connecting schools, running school-based ICT centres and equipping schools with assistive technology for persons with disabilities through the development of an Online Toolkit Platform, Modules and training for ICT and education policy makers and regulators.
Piloting & Deploying a Digital Learning Solution in Somalia Schools Somalia 2012-2014 This proposal is for implementation of a digital curriculum solution for 10 schools in Somalia that will support learners and educators to gain marked short term and long term improvements in Mathematics, Science, Arabic and English Language taught at Secondary level. The Entire Solution and Technical support is already developed and in use in education systems with similar resources. This program is designed to supplement the teacher, leveraging technology as an enabler to deliver quality education customized to each student. The software also provides real time assessment and progress measurement in a digital format.
Promotion of “e-accessibility” within the Arab Region Region : Arab States 2012-2014 Information and communication technologies are everywhere and are important to every aspect of our lives. They make our lives richer and more comfortable. They connect people worldwide. With the emergence of the Global Information Society which means to be a “Society for all” without any discrimination or restriction, people with disabilities in the Arab region still have limited access to information and communication technologies. AICTO (Arab Information and Communication Technologies Organization) , as a specialized Arab organization working under the aegis of the League of Arab States and considering its prerogatives namely “Promoting and enriching common strategies and policies for ICT development within the Arab region, Preparing Arab Societies to the ICT requirements, taking advantage of ICT international experiences”, is willing through this project to build a better world for People with Disabilities in the Arab region by promoting their access and developing their use of ICTs.
The Future Vision of Intelligent Mobility and Smart Urban Planning in Arabia Region : Arab States - Intelligent Mobility ( includes Intelligent Transport systems and Services(ITS) + Smart Urban planning) is very important for the Arab region particularly as we are building the communication and ICT standards and infrastructure. We propose to develop a Strategy that ensures the deployment of sustainable, integrated, cost effective Intelligent Transport Systems and Services (ITS) that supports a growing economy and takes advantage of rapid changes in Transport Technology. To establishes the: -principle ITS standards & specifications -roadmap for sustainable implementation of future green and multimodal ITS by considering combined Transport & Built Environment
Translation & Arabization of ICT Terminology Region : Arab States 2009-2011 ITU produces handbooks and guidelines which were/are translated into Arabic by companies external to the ITU. ICT terminology used by these companies sometimes differs to a great extent which implies some confusion or misunderstanding among specialists using such ITU products. Due to the fact that Arabic language is widely spread in the Arab countries and in some other countries, it is important to unify, align, harmonize and, if necessary, translate the terminology of the ITU-T, ITU-R and ITU-D. Recommendations and publications produced over the past five years, thus, creating an integrated database that is/will be updated and improved, and that will be used for compiling English-French-Arabic dictionary as an online service, CD-Roms and printed version. It is a fact, that the lack of commonly agreed upon terminologies within the Arab region impacts negatively on the spread of ICTs, as well as on education in the region.
Value Chain Training Project (VCT) Egypt 2011- Microsoft supported the MUCIA project, a $6M USAID funded project aimed at improving employability of graduates from Agricultural Technical Schools. They work on improving curricula, training teachers, creating labs in schools and providing additional vocational, communications and IT skills training; we will be their partner on the IT part to prepare trainers and train 1040 graduates in 13 centers. To ensure a high employability outcome they partner with large agri-businesses to provide internships and hire the graduates; also they encourage them to start up enterprises and offer support in this sense. To date the program has trained almost 1000 students in some of the poorest rural communities of Upper Egypt and has seen great success, including a planned expansion to 19 schools in the Nile Delta region. Microsoft opened the inaugural training for 2012 in Luxor on January 1st for 15 trainees. One student noted, “We are really excited and we know this [training] will help us not only in our work and career, but also in communicating with all the people online.”
مشروع التعليم عن بعد والتدريب باستخدام تقنية ثلاثية الابعاد Sudan 2012-2015 مشروع يهدف الي توفر مصادر تعليمية ووسائط متنوعة ومتعددة من خلال دعم المؤسسات التعليمية بوسائط متعددة تشمل المكتبة الافتراضية وبوابة تعليمية تفاعلية ومحتوي تعليمي تفاعلي ووسائل تقنية متعددة .