The Training students during their training session at AMGC
The farewell visit of H.E.DR.Yaser Muhammad Ali to AMGC
H.E.DR.Yaser Muhammad Ali (right) and Dr.Ibrahim Shaddad,Director General African Minerals and Geosciences Centre(right).
H.E.DR.Yaser Muhammad Ali the Sudanese Ambassador in Tanzania paid a farewell visit to AMGC.H.E.The ambassador returned to sudan after he finished his diplomatic tenure in Dar Es Salaam,Tanzania.
A visit to AMGC by the Imminent African Pof.Georges -Ivo Ekosse D
Pof.Georges -Ivo Ekosse D(left) and Dr.Ibrahim Shaddad,Director General African Minerals and Geosciences Centre(right).
Pof.Georges -Ivo Ekosse D is a research and innovation fellow and Secretary General African Academy of Sciences;Life Member Association Of Geoscientist For International Development;Professor Of Applied Clay Minerallogy & Environment Adjunct Research Prof.Masinde Murilo University of Technology.
AVC/AMDC Mission to AMGC
Mr. Frank D. Mugyenyi, Senior Advisor, Department of Trade and Industry, African Union Commission(centre seated ),Dr.Ibrahim Shaddad,Director General African Minerals and Geosciences Centre(centre standing),Dr. Kaiser G. de Souza, African Minerals Development Centre(left),Prof. Aberra Mogessie, President of the Geological Society of Africa(right).
The joint assessment team from African union Commission, United Nations Economic Commission and African Geological Society recently visited African Minerals and Geosciences Centre in Dar es Salaam Tanzania. The objective of the meeting is to discuss enhancing the capacity of AMGC to contribute in implementation of the African Minerals and Geosciences Initiative (AMGI) strategy for African Mining Vision (AMV).
The 17th Africa Oil, Gas and Mines Conference (OILGASMINE) and Exhibition
The 17th Africa Oil, Gas and Mines Conference (OILGASMINE) and Exhibition, took place in Khartoum, Sudan, from 23 to 26 November 2015. The central theme for this year's event jointly organized by UNCTAD and the Government of Sudan in partnership with Cubic Globe Ltd is "Extractive industries and sustainable job creation".
The African continent is richly endowed with a variety mineral resources. Many of its countries are highly dependent on these resources to generate economic activity, growth and sustainable development and to reduce poverty. However efforts to create strong linkages between the extractive sector and other sectors of the economy have been challenging because of obstacles such as the paucity of technology, skills, and finance among others.
This year's theme examined ways to strengthen the contribution of the natural resources sector to the economic and social development of resource rich countries and the African continent as a whole.
The conference also highlight investment opportunities in the extractive sectors on the continent. In attendance were key decision-makers from both public and private sectors in Africa's energy and mining industry, high-level experts from the extractive industries and the financial and legal sectors, academia and civil society.
AMGC was also in attendance, represented by the Director General, Mr. Ibrahim Shaddad.
The director was also presented with a book about the petroleum geology and resources of the sudan States