20 April

STEM Sudan

As part of its scientific collaboration with the Sudanese National Academy of Sciences, STEM Sudan orchestrates a range of theoretical and practical initiatives tailored for displaced Sudanese families residing in the Republic of Egypt.

20 April

Solidarity with People of Sudan and Particularly its Scientific Community

We members of NAPRECA would like to express our solidarity with members of the SNAS and the Sudanese people during this trying and difficult time in the history of your beloved nation. We did this officially during the 20th International Symposium of the Natural Products Chemistry Network for Eastern and Central Africa (NAPRECA) Symposium in Harare, Zimbabwe, September 18 – 20, 2023.

20 April

Sudan’s scientists plead for help as war ravages research

“We appeal to our colleagues in the national academies…to support Sudanese students, researchers and university professors in this difficult period by providing admission to your universities and academic institutions until the crisis is over,” it says.

15 April

104 HE institutions burned and vandalized, says ministry

A total of 104 government and private higher education institutions in Sudan, as well as research centres and the National Fund for Student Welfare have been damaged and vandalized since April when the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) became embroiled in a war.

20 September

Sudan at risk of losing a generation of scientific talents

The Sudanese National Academy of Sciences has appealed to the solidarity of global science community, as conflicts are threatening an entire generation of scientists and researchers – struggling to keep working on pressing issues, as many fled the violence in safer parts of the country or abroad.