Tuesday, May 15, 2012


Thank you notes, comments and personal messages to KMCA2012 Organisers

Thank you notes, comments and personal messages to KMCA2012 Organisers, received on email post the workshop.

Thanks to all of you for enriching out environment.


George Kiyingi 

Dear Gada
I arrived safely in Kampala today. Please`take note that I wa embarassed by Immigration Officials at the air port when I was leaving this mornning. While one of them cleared me to go I was stpped from boarding the plane by another until I pleaded and gave in your number. Still he did not call you at that time.
That aside thank you very much for the warm reception and excellent planning. I will, however, not hesitate to inform you that some infoormation was not given to us in advance likre for example, that Crdit cards do not work in Sudan. Secondly, I was not happy that some of us paid for registration and others exempted!!!! Check this out please.
I look forward to continued cooperation.
Dr. George Kiyingi

dalia aisa 

Dear Ghada,
I called u, try to find wards to say thanks , for given those students all this ( confidence, energy, purpose.......), i believe there some cannot be account. u did a lot for me too.
Really i'm very grateful and appreciated

Trimble, John 

thanks for all the hard work. Also thanks for including the session on youth activism. At that session I shared the website of my party (All-African People's Revolutionary Party) - www.aaprp-intl.org. Please visit the site, it has an article on Sudan written by one of our organizer, don't think he has been to Sudan and would like your opinion on the article and other items on the site.

thanks again, john t

John Tharakan 

Bianca. Tena, Kristina and Aleah

First of all congratulations to all of you for a job well done and a trip well made. You all continue to impress me with your maturity, self confidence and spirit. Keep up the great work.
Hope your journey back home was safe and uneventful. I just wanted to let you know that Dr. Kadoda gave me four KMCA 2012 bracelets for you all and I will bring them back with me when I return.

Kristina Banks 

Hello Dr. Gada,

We just wanted to let you know we made it back to DC. Thank you again for everything! We look forward to speaking with you more in the future!

Thank you,

Howard University Engineers Without Borders

Dean Mulozi 

Dear Gada
I trust all is well sine we left. I take this opportunity to thank you
most sincerely for your support during the KM4D workshop in Khartoum.
I traveled well and had no major problems during departure from Khartoum.

It has been a very rewarding workshop and hope you will be able to
make another one more successful in future.

Convey my regards to workshop organizers and supporters who made this
workshop a success.

Enjoyed my stay in Sudan!!

I send my regards

Paul Corney 

Dear Gada (and everyone) firstly can I say what a tremendous honour and pleasure it was to spend time with so many over you during KMCA 2012.

As I sat at Khartoum Airport in the early hours of this morning I pulled together a few thoughts on the event and my observations of the environment and in the spirit of collaboration I'd like to share them with you all.

Here is the link: http://stories-and-organizations.sparknow.net/

Please feel free to add your own thoughts and Gada I will be sending you a selection of photos in due course.

Once again many thanks for accepting me into your community and for being so supportive when I found myself plunged in at the deep end (which happened frequently this mission).

With best personal regards,


Mohamed Chouikha 

Dear Gada,
Thank you so very much for the wonderful time and a great workshop at Khartoum . This is a city that I will never forget and it is a place that I will love to revisit. I am very impressed with your leadership in getting a very difficult task well done. CONGRATULATIONS.
I had a small thank you gift for you but under the pressure of last minute travel arrangement I forgot to give it to you.
I will keep it for you until I see you either in Africa or in the US.
Again many thanks and please stay in touch.

Jasson Kalugendo 

Dear Gada
Thank you for having me in Khartoum. I thought it ideal that I give you sometime to breath after the conference. I will come back to you next week with some ideas. Again thank you so much for all that you did to make the conference so exciting. Blessings, Jasson

peter charles woods 

Dear Gada,

sorry we didnt get to meeat on Saturday night, I am afraid I was asleep bt the time you got back. Thankfully my chest infection is now under control, and I want to thank you (and your mother) for you patience with me.
Normally I am fully engaged with the conference and I felt bad that I wasnt fit for all events. I must congratulate you on the efforts you put into the success of the workshop. I am sure you learnt a lot, not least you have to get everyone who wants to share the credit locked in to specific tasks at the outset.We all thought it was a miracle you kept
going dealing with matters large and small.
On other matters I was impressed by the contribution of the Sudanese students, their work was first rate and they were very perceptive in their contributions to the discussions. I have carried that message back to my university to give some background if we get applicants for postgrad studies. I had a very useful discussion at Future university and you may
see me more often as a visiting prof.
Finally any word on Douglas?
very best wishes


Dr. Kadoda,
I wanted to write to you and express my sincere appreciation for being able to attend and participate in the conference. It was the first time I have participated in a conference, so it was new and exciting experience on multiple levels.
It was a very enlightening conference in the content. The various presenters opened my eyes to various ways of looking at managing information for various consumers and providers. Though I do not get involved with much inter-organization knowledge management practices, the same principles apply to the management of information between a user and computer information system, a field I am pursuing. It has definitely broadened my thinking on this level.
My time with the students and faculty of the different institutions has also been far more enjoyable that I had anticipated. I feel that I have developed friendships that will continue long after the conference has ended. While I did not have a negative view of Sudan prior to the conference, thanks to Dr. Manzoul and Dr. Ali, my view of your country, particularly its people, has greatly improved. I found the people to be a great asset to your country in their kindness, intelligence and desire to improve their country and the world in general.
It is my hope that should you visit us in Mississippi that we can show you the hospitality that you have shown us while we were there. You, your colleagues and students will forever have a special place in my heart.
Thank you so much.

Senam Aseye Bridget 

Hello Dr. Gada,

Greetings!!! i haven't been able to mail you since the workshop...how are you doing? Am good just a whole lot of school stress since i got back.

I will like to say thank you for giving me the opportunity to be a part of such a great gathering, I have been empowered beyond measure.

I really admire your courage and enthusiasm and i look up to you alot.

Will like to thank you once again for the opportunity.



Addo Charles 

Hello from Ghana,

Indeed it did not take me much time to realize you were such a great woman who can turn the whole African continent round when given the opportunity.In fact you have really demonstrated to the whole world that Africans are capable of handling their own affairs, I must admit without second thought your such a kind, powerful and wonderful person I need as a mentor. Your people are so hospitable that I did enjoyed every bit of my stay in Khartoum, I really wish to visit Sudan again or still make it my second home.
Many thanks to you Dr. for given us the opportunity and making Africa proud. I can't just wait to see you in Pretoria again.
Ghana salutes you! and we love you so much.

Mahmoud A. Manzoul

Hi Gada,
Congratulations on successful workshop. I must say that under your leadership the team has done a great job throughout the workshop. It is a lot of work to organize and prepare for the workshop.
On behalf of Jackson State University, I would like to express my sincere appreciation for hosting our students during the workshop. Please extend my thanks to all those who provided support or help to our students during their stay in Sudan.
I am hoping for future collaboration between our institutions.
Best regards,

Jasson Kalugendo 

Dear Dr Gada

I would like to think that you have now recovered from 'catch up model' after the amazing conference. I appreciated for leadership before and during the conference. Thank you for having me.

I think it is now an ample time to reiterate some of our discussions. One of our emails before the conference, you mentioned about the idea of having a joint project for women. Prof Sondra and I talked about the possibilities but we needed you in our meeting in order to understand the context. Unfortunately, it wasn't possible to get your attention during the conference. I believe we can exchange ideas over the emails and probably can find the niche of our cooperation.

Also, I mentioned to Rofaida about the communication (ICT and Radio) to communicate knowledge and empower community and local authorities to participate in development. I have developed an idea, which I think it is what most of African countries currently need. It first targets Tanzania but it can be framed to fit different contexts in Africa. I hope Sudan can fit in.

To bring the concept to your attention, I am attaching a summary Concept Note which briefly outlines how the project will enhance upward-downward capacity to promote national development programs. What is particularly attractive about this initiative is its potential to create a significant resource for all development initiatives oriented towards the marginalized, disenfranchised and impoverished that constitute the majority of the population of Africa – especially in the rural areas. Please take a look at it and see if/how possible to customize it for Sudan.

I look forward to hearing from you.


I have heard great praise on the Conference in Khartoum to all those I
have met, who attended.

Tom Dalgety 

Hi Everyone,
I arrived safely in New York last night and loving my dream. To dream of Africa is to dream a mighty dream. My plane from Cairo came straight through the Mediterranian that great lake that accepts fresh water and fish from the mighty Nile (what a love affair!). It crossed Spain and Portugal then climed higher, as if to test its stamina and strength, and then did a left turn straight for New York reminding me of my youth when I ran the forlong (220 yds) on my school ground(left turn to the tape).
By the time it entered the Atlantic I had embraced my favourute tune 'Leave the Mountain' and began to dance in my seat. I remembered we danced on the Nile...the Sudanese, the lady from Rwanda, Mazima from Zim / Swaziland, the student from Ghana and we from the Caribbean. I can't recall if the Americans danced...they held on to their cameras.
Half way over the Atlantic I mummured "to hell was Europe....to hell was the triangular trade". I was glad I was not giving them an airport tax (money). In 2010 I did America to Ghana; and now America to Sudan (land of the Blacks) via Cairo... again, 'to hell was the triangular route'.
Dancing the dream,,,,see everyone in Pretoria in November.

Muhammad Alkarouri  

Salam Gada,

Thanks a lot. And thanks for the whole brilliant conference. I hope you have wound down with no problems. And pass my thanks to Rofaida.


Charles Verharen   30 Jan

Hi, Gada

We can't thank you enough for making it possible for us to go to the Sudan.
We're not yet "deep into our work." Rather we're in what a friend of ours calls "great wracking sobs of re-entry depression" because we had such a wonderful time in Sudan.
The workshop was exceptional! You deserve extraordinary congratulations for putting it together under the most trying conditions. And for putting up with my perpetual barrage of "visa nervosa."
Our trip to Nubia was one of the best ever. My talks with Tim Kendall on Nubian/Ancient Egyptian relations at Jebel Barkal alone would have justified the whole expedition! And meeting Charles Bonnet at Kerma was a real treat.
We just went to a concert by a Nubian woman at the Kennedy Center: Alsarah and the Nubatones. She was born in Sudan but her parents exiled to Yemen and then the US. Rebecca plays Nubian music (Shaggy!) every day.
I enjoyed talking with your mother. Please thank her for giving you such remarkable assistance with the conference--to say nothing of bringing you into the world!
I hope that we can dedicate a skype call with you and John (Tharakan) to debrief on the workshop and the Sudan experience. I've already started lobbying Howard's most prominent Afrocentrist on the urgent need for him to go to Nubia to study the real relations between the Nubians and the ancient Egyptians.
Pretoria, then! I'm trying to convince Rebecca that she should come after the conference to spend our winter break in southern Africa--Lesoto, Swaziland, Mozambique, perhaps even South Africa!
Many thanks again!

I am Charles Addo Darko, a Ghanaian student at just ended conference in Khartoum. Is been closely a month now after KM conference, I have carefully gone through the papers presented by all the resources persons thoroughly.

In fact  I must admit without second taught all the work presented were amazing and it  has really challenged me to push further in my education to become like you.

On behalf of myself and all students who made it to the conference, I will like to extend my sincere thanks and appreciation to all of you for given us the opportunity to tap knowledge from you it has really added to our knowledge base.
 I look foward and hope hope to make it to Pretoria this year. Many thanks to you all.


Yashika Lopez's Reflections on KMCA2012

Knowledge Management Capacity in Africa – Reflections

Yashika Lopez - Proposer and Facilitator of Discussion Session at KMCA2012 on "How African Peoples have Influenced, Directed and Contributed to the World Transportation Modes"

These are some of my reflections of my experience visiting Khartoum, Sudan for the second time and participating in the Knowledge Management Capacity in Africa Workshop.

Although I was a participant of the conference and visiting Khartoum for my vacation, my main purpose being there was to provide spiritual, mental and emotional support for my friend Gada.  I understood a part of her quest, myself sharing in her vision to convert African Peoples to become self-respecting; I found her accomplishment of the task, to have the workshop, achieved.  The goal was accomplished and out of a scale of 1 to 10 where 10 is the highest, I give a rating of 8.5 successful. 

From my perspective, I found it a great accomplishment in touching the vision.  So great and grand that I believe it has evoked a sense of change within me and I may venture to say others.  To evoke a competitive spirit, for the bar has been raised and it has provided me with incentive to at least match the bar set and surpass it.

1.      There are many lessons that I learned from the Workshop that I would like to apply in planning and organizing the Nakumbuka Celebration for 2013.

  • To adopt strategy employed in editing and printing the proceedings for the workshop by issuing a Call for Paper early and to send out a template for submittants to complete. 

  • Understanding of what an ‘academic workshop’ is; that the schools’ participants would be more formal by presenting posters or projects.  I particularly liked the three-tiered layout of the poster session, indigenous, paper and electronic posters.  It presented a feel of past, present and future.  I would like to incorporate a similar layout within the Nakumbuka Celebration.

  • To invite more international participants to broaden the definition of an International African Celebration.  I was particularly impressed with the number of participants from various countries, African living on the African Continent, within African Diaspora countries and other countries.  I found this presence provided the opportunity for African peoples to continue to speak with each other, learn about each other, share and teach each other. 

  • To ensure that medical services and facilities are available for participants and delegates.

  • Hire Out the People Concept – To ensure that there is a complete itinerary for all international delegates during their time of visit.  To utilize their presence, expertise, potential, and possibility to connect and collaborate with others within their respective industry and areas of interest and expertise.
2.      These are some of the personal lessons learned.

  • I was strangely surprised of the instant and magnetic connection I was making with the Continental African student participants.  One student wrote to me saying that she liked my way of dealing with them…and she felt inspired by me.  It brought back and reminded me of my leadership abilities and that I need to accept that role and responsibility that I am graced with and to lead.  It is now leading me into learning about mentoring and coaching. 

  • Following up this, I feel personally challenged with respect to ensuring that I meet that goal within myself.  That the tasks generated from the Workshop and visit are committed to and worked on.  It is leading me to improve on my Strategic and Realistic Thinking.  I understand more aspects of the various management skills that we are all learning, practicing and mastering. 

  • I also found myself thinking and speaking more philosophical while I was in Sudan.  I found that change surprising. I was unaware that my life experiences led me into that phase of self-explanation and exploration. 

  • I also felt grateful to connect with another kindred spirit, a traveler.  I feel comforted that I understand who my flock is.

3.      These are some of the lessons learned for my friend, Gada.

  • For the KMCA Organizing Committee, I found the Management Skills employed during the process good.  For the number of dedicated workers committed to making the Workshop a success, the opportunity to appropriately delegate must have felt frustrating.  However, the bright side of this challenge is the perception has been shifted and for the next workshop there shall be more persons to work.  Where the opportunity to set up executive and sub committees to manage tasks such as fundraising, administration, international relations, publicity, promotion, website, to name a few.

  • I was particularly impressed with Gada’s networking skills and abilities.  That was amazing to watch and witness.  I too shall aim to learn and practice networking.

  • Overall Gada, my dear friend, I believe the entire experience ignited another self-growth shift within you.  I would be delighted to hear your personal reflections in months to come.  In the meantime, I say be still, breathe in and breathe out.  Smile!

Speeches from Workshop Community Members at the KMCA2012 Closure Event

Closure Event: Evaluation, Awards and Way Forward
25 February 2012
National Telecommunication Centre Conference Room
Khartoum, Sudan

Much thanks to Hamdi Salah Eldin, our Day Presenter who led the day brilliantly an, who was solid support during workshop planning activities and in particular his valuable technical support on workshop communication activities.

In their own words... Speeches from Workshop Community Members 

Elfatih Wadidi (Sudapet, Sponsor and Paper Presenter)

Dear selective guests,

Today, I’m privileged and honored to address this closing event. But first of all I would like to take the advantage of this opportunity to express on behave of Sudapet top management our deep thanks to the steering committee for organizing this important workshop and given us an opportunity in the participation. This workshop provides us with a very uses full platform to exchange information, ideas, experiences and lessons learned in the knowledge management. Involving Sudapet in such a huge KM event will definitely enrich our experience very much. We witnessed top class efforts in transforming the obstacles into clean success. By assembling all those experts and participants together, we paced the first step in a million miles KM trip towards achieving our goals in spreading and disseminating the KM concepts and looking forward towards adopting the KM in all the Sudanese governmental and private organizations and institutions. Without the collaboration and participations from our guests from outside Sudan, this event could never be as successful as further actions in Sudan and collaboratively with other countries’ initiatives in this era. Also you proved the great love you have in your hearts for our beloved country “Sudan”. In the old days Mahatma Gandhi saidWe need to be the change we wish to see in the world”, so we appreciate your efforts, your values in change and your inputs in KM booming so may Allah bless you all and help to keep in showing such recognized initiatives. We hope to see the KM activities within different disciplines besides being a part of national strategic plan.

 Ihab Shoully (Orange Technologies - Sponsor)
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم،
والصلاة والسلام علي رسول الله واصحابه اجمعين
التحيه والشكر لكل الحضور بمقاماتهم السامية والشكر ايضا لرئيس المؤتمر د. غادة كدودة التي اتاحت لنا فرصة المشاركة في هذا المحفل المعرفيّ البهي .
نحن فخورون جداً بمشاركة جميع الاخوة المنظمين للمؤتمر،

و سعياً منا لاخراج الملتقي بالصورة المُثلي ، نشارككم رؤيتنا التقيمية للمؤتمر ..

التي تأتي في الاطار التقني بإعتبار مجال التخصص ،، اذ كنا نتمنى اثراء المحتوى المعرفي عبر توثيق المؤتمر بشكل مرئي .. في سبيل استخلاص اكبر قدر من المعرفة ، وبثها بالجودة المطلوبة ، مستصحبين في ذلك اجواء الحدث ، والذي يعد من التجارب التي تستحق التوثيق والنشر

ما زلنا في شركة اورنج الهندسية مستعدون للمساعدة والمشاركة علي المحور التقني من منتجاتنا البرمجية علي شبكة الانترنت والهواتف الذكية لاخراج مواد ملتقى إدارة المعرفة بالصورة الامثل .

وفي اطار اهتمامنا بنشر المعرفة  ، شاركنا ب حدث "تيد أكس بورتسودان" القادم الذي يسلط الضُوء علي التعليم وترقية الاوعية المعرفية ورفع القدرات .

وسوف نكون سعداء جداً بمشاركتكم في نشر إدارة المعرفة بصورة تُتيح لهذا البلد أن يرتقي لِصفوة الدول المتحضرة.

ولكم من الشكر اجزله
والله الموفق

 Marwan Adam (Zain Sudan – Paper Presenter)

"بالنسبة لي كانت KMCA فرصة طيبة وكبيرة، كانت بحق بيئة مناسبة خلقت شبكة فعالة  مكنت من خلق وبث وتفعيل إدارة المعرفة ونشر ثقافتها. في أحايين كثيرة الوسائط الجيدة هي الدافع الحقيقي المحفز للإبداع والإبتكار أعتقد بشكل كبير أنه لولاJournal of Bell Systems  لما كانت الـ Information Theory  لـ Shannon  في عام 1948. وكذا KMCA لكثير من الأوراق المقدمة فيها (على المستوى الشخصي لولا هذه الورشة لما أقدمت على كتابة الورقة التي قدمتها.
الورشة أثبتت أن لدينا طيف واسع من الإمكانات الواعدة. لكننا مطالبون بشدة لخلق بيئة وجسم ثابت (لتكن الجمعية السودانية لإدارة المعرفة) من أجل إستدامة ونشر ثقافة إدارة المعرفة ، ولتجسير الهوة بين المجهود العلمي وتطبيقاته وبالأخص فيما يتعلق بالتخطيط الإستراتيجي ودعم إتخاذ القرار لإدارة الموارد العامة. ليس من الحكمة بمكان إهدار هذا المجهود الضخم من دون جدوي. شكرا

Suhaila Eltayeb (Student Committee  - Chair of Poster Session)

First of all, I would like to welcome you all to the closure session of our successful workshop that we all feel proud to be part of.

I am standing here to talk about the experience that I gained from the workshop, and to talk on behalf of the students those who got involved in organizing this workshop.

I will start with my own experience. I learned the team work, and how to plan and think as a part of a group. I visited places that I did not think that I will go to before, and I developed a large network of people from different ages and specializations that I did not develop in years. I even learned how to write proficiently which helped me a lot in my career.

If I am in a position to talk on behalf of the students, I think that each one of them has experiences gained depending on the role and what he or she did for the workshop, but I think we all agree on that this workshop raised our self confidence. How is that? Here is it: The planning for the workshop depends mainly on voluntary work, students were assigned the tasks that they volunteered to do. I t was amazing that if one of us has been assigned a task, he or she take the complete responsibility of it. We felt that Dr. Gada and the team of KMCA says to each one of us that we believe in you, we do trust you and we are absolute that you can and you will accomplish it successfully. No one said to us that you are still young, or you may not do that alone or in the right way. Moreover, we absolutely felt that our effort is really appreciated, no matter it was small or big.

I did not experience a voluntary work that is hard and tough, but still a lot of people were enthusiastic to be part of it. The community of KMCA was growing and getting larger and larger every single day.

I am really glad to be part of such fabulous workshop and I would like to thank all people who participated in organizing KMCA, really you are stars. And I want to say to Dr. Gada that you are a person who can change the work, really you are and you proved that.

Eram Oshari (Software Demonstrations Team – Coordinator of Open Source Software Demonstrations)

السلام عليكم شكرا للساده الحضور المشاركين و الضيوف , الاخوان قبلي و الاخت سهيله قالو جزء كبير من الكلام الحبيت اقولو عشن كده حاختصر
انا حاسه انو مريت بتجربه كنت منتظراها و بحاجه اليها عشن اقدر احدد مسار حياتي العمليه و العلميه لقدام وانا فخوره لقيادتي فريق ال أوبن سورس
اعضاء مميزين من جامعة الخرطوم طلبه و طالبات و خريجين ماشالله و هارد وركرز , و كلنا حسينا بقيمة الاوبن سورس و اهميتو و الحاجه دي نحن ما مستغلنها
في المجتمع بصوره كويسه و المعرض الحمدلله نال اعجاب كتيرين من الحضور حتى ناس وزارة الصحة ووكالة سونا اخدو كونتاكت البريزينتر و اسم السوفتوير وطلعنا بفكره انو في المرات   القادمه مابس عايزين 
نعرض  السوفتويرز عايزين كمان نكون طورنا في الكود و نكيفا لاحتياجاتنا
and thank u for let me express what i have and talk behalf of my team
و شكرا شكرا شكرا دكتوره غادة لانك دعمتينا من البدايه خطوة بخطوة و زدتي ثقتنا بنفسنا
so thank uuuuuuuuuu so much ;)    "
aljra alfi alnhaya de it was realy from inside :D .


Abdelkareem Omer (Indigenous Knowledge Systems Exhibition Team)

انا ممثل لزملائي في السيشن الخاص بالمعارف المحلية وبالنيابة عنهم 
الشكر لكل الذين ساهمو معنا في انجاح هذا العمل ولولاهم لما كان 
ذخيرة ضخمة جدا من المعارف موجودة في الانظمة المحلية 
173لغة هي عدد اللغات الموجودة في السودان ,نظم محلية للعلاج 
نظم محلية للتجميل ,صناعات محلية بجودة عالية 
في تقديري تحتاج المعارف الموجودة في الانظمة المحلية الي عمل ورش لبعثها من جديد
وقد حاولنا تقديم لمحة من المعارف المحلية
الورشة كان فرصة جيد ة بالنسبة لينا للمس ومحاولة تصور المعارف الموجودة في السودان
الشكر موصول منى ومن زملائي للزولة الرائعة المتواضعة صاحبة المجهود الجبار دكتورة غادة كدودة

Alzubeer Hassan (Coordinator of Kassala University Team)

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم والصلاة والسلام علي خير المرسلين سيدنا محمد بن عبدالله  و بعد   
       في البداية  اوصل رساله لكل الحاضرين من كسلا وبقول ليهم دبايوا  - أيتانينا – أوكوبام  أفتكر كانت البداية لنا  بالرسالة التي وصلتنا من د.غادة بزيارة الشباب أ.محمد الفاتح – أ.التجاني بشير  و ابوبكر الطيب و سهيلة الطيب و غادة سيف الدين  للتنوير بالورشة من هنا جاءتنا فكرة لو عندك فكرة وانا عندي فكرة ، وفكرتي علي فكرتك نكون تحصلنا علي مجموعة من الأفكار (تخيل افكار شخصين ) ما بالكم لو كان هناك مجموعة من الخبراء و المتخصيين في مجال محدد من  هنا بدأ التفكير بالمشاركة في ورشة إدارة المعرفة  وكان المحفز الأكبر  زيارة الشباب و المحفز الأكبر جدا هو د.غادة فاروق كدودة  (وكانت تزور جامعة كسلا بصورة مستمرة وأفتكر هي ضمن أعضاء هيئة التدريس الموجودة بجامعة كسلا كلية الحاسوب ) نشكرها جزيل الشكر لإتاحة الفرصة بالمشاركة وافتكر  ان جامعة كسلا  شاركت بأكبر عدد من المشاركات في ال poster session  .
الورشة كانت  إضافة كبيرة كون نتلاقي مع مجموعة من الخبراء من داخل وخارج البلاد وافتكر مهما إتكلمنا لن نستطيع ان نحصي الفوائد التي تحصلنا عليها (افتكر السكوت افضل تعبير عن ذلك )
اشكر كل الذين ساهموا في إنجاح الورشة من منظمين وراعين وطلاب .وشكرا  

Hussien Lahada (Future University – Paper Presenter)

On behalf of colleagues and on my own I want to thank those who participated in the success of this workshop, led by Dr. gada kadoda and all those who participated in this workshop, by me it was a great experience, I can not Describe to you , Stand  in front of you was a badge of honor to me ,And I want to thank you for given us this golden opportunity for the student like me, and I recommend more of these opportunities for the student,And I repeat my sincere thanks and respect to all of you and I hope for all further progress.

thank you
Hussein Abdu Lahada