تسعى هيئة البحوث الزراعية إلى تأسيس نظام بحثي متكامل قادر على الأستفادة من الفرص المتاحة ومواجهة التحديات والمعوقات المتزايدة للتنمية الزراعية المستدامة والإستجابة للمتغيرات السياسية والإقتصادية والإجتماعية على المستوى الوطني والإقليمي والعالمي.
القيام بالبحوث والدراسات العلمية والتطبيقية في المجالات الزراعية المختلفة وإعتماد ننائجها والمساهمة في نشر مخرجاتها على مختلف الفئات المستفيدة لتلبية إحتاجات خطط التنمية الزراعية المستدامة في السودان والمتمثلة في النهوض بالإنتاج الزراعي.
فبراير 6, 2017Background AGORA, HINARI and OARE are three major Internet-based portals that provide low-income countries throughout the world, though primarily Africa, free or low lost access to the world’s journal literature in agriculture, health and the environment. The Access to Research for Development and Innovation (ARDI) program is coordinated by WIPO together with its partners in the publishing industry with the aim to increase the availability of scientific and technical information in developing countries. The collective name for the four programmes – HINARI, AGORA, OARE and ARDI – Research4Life provides developing countries with free or low cost access to academic and professional peer-reviewed content online. Eligible libraries and their users benefit from: Online access to over 44,000 peer-reviewed international scientific journals, books, and databases Full-text articles which can be downloaded for saving, printing or reading on screen Searching by keyword, subject, author or language Resources available in several languages Training in information literacy and promotional support Research4Life is a public-private partnership of the WHO, FAO, UNEP, WIPO, Cornell and Yale Universities and the International Association of Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers. Working together with technology partner Microsoft, the partnership’s goal is to help attain six of the UN’s eight Millennium Development Goals by 2015, reducing the scientific knowledge gap between industrialized countries and the developing world. E-Resources Training Workshop – Khartoum (Sudan): Information Training and Outreach Centre for Africa (ITOCA) of South Africa is contrasting with the Agricultural Research Corporation (ARC), Khartoum, Sudan to provide logistical support to organize and carry out of four-day workshop to train DAAD scholars, library staff, researchers and decision makers in the use of electronic scientific journal delivery programmes, principally Research4life and TEEAL, and information literacy components. The workshop has been organized at the Information Technology and Linguistics Centre (ITLC), AlzaiemAlazhari University (AAU), Khartoum North during the period 23rd – 26th January, 2017. The training workshop was attended by 30 participants from DAAD Scholars, well professional of different background disciplines related to agriculture, health, environment and related sciences. The workshop objective and structure: The training workshop seeks to increase the quality and effectiveness of research and education in health, agriculture, environment and related biological and social sciences, which would contribute toward improving food security in Sudan and encourage cross disciplinary collaboration between agriculture, health and environment. The outcome of the workshop is to enable researchers, policy-makers, educators, librarians and extension specialists have access to high quality, relevant and timely information on agriculture, health and environment via the internet, CD-ROM and external hard disk. The workshop has Training of Trainer approach (ToT) and comprises lectures delivered in classroom setting, hands-on exercises and group work. Some exercises are involved accessing relevant live websites and portals on the internet and other are conducted offline. Each participant accessed to computer or participants laptop and internet and WIFI accessed during training sessions. Methodology:- The training sessions were composed of different packages such as theoretical and practical methods as well as participatory approach which were used as training methodology to ensure the quality of training are there and to ensure there is no gap of understanding among the different levels of participants. In addition, translation to Arabic was used for the same purposes. The training sessions were divided into 11 Modules and each module has sub-sessions and activities. The practical package was composed of hand out for the exercises, home work, and application of the knowledge that was gained. DAAD-Sudan e-resources Training workshop:- The training was implemented jointly between The Information Training and Outreach Centre for Africa (ITOCA) and Agricultural Research Corporation Sudan (ARC) and funded and sponsored by DAAD and attended by 30 participants from DAAD Sudan Scholars and the training Venue was the Information Technology and Linguistics Centre at AlzaimAlazhari University (AAU) Khartoum North, Sudan. The source persons and facilitators was Dr. Pamela AyieraMarindafrom ITOCA and the national co-facilitators were Prof. RaffaAshmalla from National Center for Research (NCR), Mrs. AhlamIsmail Musa (ARC), Mr. ElkhidirElyass (ARC) as well as Eng. IhabShoully from Sudanese Knowledge Society (SKS). [...]
أبريل 1, 2017The Executive Committee of the AAIS, The Sudanese Agricultural Research Corporation (ARC), University of Gezira cordially invite you to the 22nd AAIS Meeting and Scientific Conference, which will be held in Wad Medani, Sudan. The conference will provide a forum for effective communication and exchange of information and ideas between participants on various aspects of insect science, and promote advancement and dissemination of knowledge relevant to the needs of Africa. Date: 23-26 October 2017 Venue: ARC, Wad Medani, Sudan For more information please read the second announcement of the conference (English): Click Here Second announcement – French: Click Here Main conference website: http://www.arcsudan.sd/sudan-AAIS-meeting-22/AAIS.html Follow AAIS at: : AAIS_2015 : @AAIS_2017 [...]
أبريل 20, 2017Dear ARC Leaders and Research Scientists, I am excited to announce The Agriculture Research Corporation (ARC) of the Sudan now has access to a range of CABI products. This access will expire of 17th June, so please use the links and access details below to begin your search. CAB Abstracts www.cabdirect.org CAB Abstracts is the leading English-language bibliographic information service providing access to the world’s applied life sciences literature. It comes with CABI Full Text, giving users automatic access to over 350,000* journal articles, conference papers and reports (80% of which are not available electronically anywhere else). Global Health www.cabdirect.org Global Health gives researchers and students unparalleled access to all the world’s relevant public health research and practice – providing knowledge without borders CAB eBooks www.cabdirect.org The CAB eBooks Front File contains over 120 books (over 2,400 chapters), and is updated with new titles throughout the year. In addition, CAB eBooks operates alongside CAB Abstracts – CABI’s leading abstracts database – providing rich indexing and search tools. The Compendia Collection: Animal Health & Production www.cabi.org/ahpc Aquaculture www.cabi.org/ac Crop Protection www.cabi.org/cpc Forestry www.cabi.org/fc Since the launch of CABI’s first Compendia in 1994 our critically-acclaimed compendia products have been making a difference to people’s work across the world, by bringing together a vast selection of information into one place. The Compendia combine indexed information of all scientific research, detailed datasheets, images and much more. CABI offer a range of training and support materials as well: www.cabi.org/publishing-products/resources-for-database-users Should you need any details about accessibility to these invaluable resources, please contact: Mrs. Ahlam Ismail Musa Head Librarian, Central Library ARC AGRIS Resource Center of the Sudan Coordinator, Sudan National Agricultural Information Network (SNAIN) P. O. Box 126, Wad Medani, Sudan Tel.: +249-511-842226 Mob.: +249912411839 – +249123016738 Fax: +249-511-843213 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: http://www.arcsudan.sd http://www.arc-library.gov.sd Skype: ahlam.musa [...]