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Napata College leaps forward globally, in the Arab and African countries in the International Classification of Universities (WEBOMETRICS)

Napata College has achieved a great leap forward in the first issue of the year 2023 of the International Classification of Universities. Globally it rose up 738 points. In the Arab World it rose up 31 points. In the African Continent it was up 63, and 25 points rise within the group of North African Countries. These outstanding achievements have come out of the multitude of efforts exerted in the… Read More »Napata College leaps forward globally, in the Arab and African countries in the International Classification of Universities (WEBOMETRICS)

Wed. Jan 17, 2023, a lecture about drugs and their eminent and fatal danger was held at Napata Colleg

Wed. Jan 17, 2023, a lecture about drugs and their eminent and fatal danger was held at Napata College, Kafouri by Dr. Abder Rahim Suleiman, Dr. Abdes Samad Ali and Dr. Abden Nasir Osman, head of the Department of Awareness, Information and Public Relations in Customs Police Force of Sudan. This has been done within the tripartite partnership between Napata’s Scientific Research and Innovation Centre, Awareness Department of Sudan Customs… Read More »Wed. Jan 17, 2023, a lecture about drugs and their eminent and fatal danger was held at Napata Colleg

Napata College’s Scientific Journal – Second Edition

We are thrilled to announce that Napata College’s Scientific Journal will be releasing it’s Second Edition on July! If you haven’t read our first edition, please make sure you click on this link: https://www.napataresearch.net/napata-scientific-journal/ Make sure you like our Facebook page and check our websites to stay up to date! Visits: 32

Napata College’s Impact Program

The Impact Program The idea of the program: a creative development program aimed at implanting voluntary work in college students. The objectives of the program: — Raise awareness among college students about voluntary work. — Increase students’ cognitive and skill outcomes. — Train students to develop themselves. — Enlighten and sensitise students to the role of the doctor in society. — Enlighten students by relying. • Opening of the program:… Read More »Napata College’s Impact Program

The central laboratory of Khartoum authority visited the laboratory and clinic of Napata College and viewed the different activities in the college.

s a continuation of NAPATA college efforts to enrich scientific researches, develop the community and collaborate with parties who are concerned with improving health conditions in Sudan, a meeting was held on Sunday 15-5-2022 between the central laboratory of Khartoum water authority, laboratory team of Napata college, team of microbiology, medical staff and administration team. The meeting was held to discuss the research proposal about water quality in primary schools… Read More »The central laboratory of Khartoum authority visited the laboratory and clinic of Napata College and viewed the different activities in the college.

Roster for National Internship Programme , UNICEF Sudan (Open to nationals of Sudan only)

Roster for National Internship Programme , UNICEF Sudan (Open to nationals of Sudan only) ob no: 551099 Contract type: Internship Level: Internship Location: Sudan Categories: Adolescent Development, Child Protection, Education, Gender Development, Health, HIV/AIDS, Nutrition, Social Policy, WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene), Early Childhood Development, Knowledge Management, Innovation, Programme Management, Social and Behavior Change, Health and Nutrition, Research, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, UN Volunteer UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach… Read More »Roster for National Internship Programme , UNICEF Sudan (Open to nationals of Sudan only)

Our participation with the WHO in their informal consultation of people living with non-communicable diseases and mental health conditions

Our participation with the WHO in their informal consultation of people living with non-communicable diseases and mental health conditions Ever since its conceptualization, Napata College has made it abundantly clear that it seeks to transform and modernize medical education in both the Sudan and the world. In an effort to see to it that this conceptualization is made manifest, the college has adopted addressing the ever-growing threat that is non-communicable… Read More »Our participation with the WHO in their informal consultation of people living with non-communicable diseases and mental health conditions

The International Ranking

The International Ranking During the meeting of the Dean’s Council on February 20, 2022, one of the weekly meetings that take place. The Dean of the College congratulated all the academic programs of the College on the great progress made by the College in regards to the international ranking. He also praised in particular the great work that the College’s library provides to students and researchers from the College and… Read More »The International Ranking

Upcoming researches in regards to COVID-19 at Napata College

Napata Research and Innovation Centre Upcoming researches in regards to COVID-19 at Napata College Our staff at Napata Research & Innovation Centre never fails to astonish us with their outstanding research ideas. A meeting conducted during the 12th of February 13, 2022 has opened a gate filled with research ideas which will be implemented very soon regarding COVID-19, and its potential effects on the liver within the Sudanese population as… Read More »Upcoming researches in regards to COVID-19 at Napata College

Celebrations of students and their families at the end of the academic year 2020/2021

In the previous days, the courtyards and halls of Napata College witnessed various celebrations on the occasion of the end of the exams for the academic year 2020-2021 at various levels (except for the first academic level). Where the families of the students participated in this occasion with great joy, especially since the school year witnessed a number of obstacles and challenges related to health conditions, security conditions and difficulty… Read More »Celebrations of students and their families at the end of the academic year 2020/2021