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water resources under pressure in urban sudan

water resources under pressure in urban sudan

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Title: water resources under pressure in urban sudan
Author: Alredaisy, Samir Mohamed Ali Hassan
Abstract: Issue No. 29 of Sudan Studies carries papers on a range of topics, from scholars spanning several generations. The paper from Simon Mollan, currently a research student at Durham, comes out of research carried out at an earlier period of his studies here; inevitably limited in its scope, it provides an interesting glimpse of recruitment to the Sudan Medical Service during the Condominium. Mahasin el-Safi, long established as one of the principal historians of twentieth-century Sudan, has contributed a paper - first presented at the Durham 2000 conference - on the Somali community in the Sudan; and Samir Alredaisy and Jack Davies have collaborated once again, this time to produce a paper on the looming problems of providing water for one of Sudan's growing urban centres. I very much hope that we will continue to be able to bring this kind of variety and range of work to our readers; but I must stress again that we rely on you to help us do this! Sudan Studies is always willing to consider papers, on any appropriate subject - and we can only keep producing if you keep sending us material, whether articles or items for the Notes and News section, or books for review. We expect that the next number of Sudan Studies (No. 30) will contain, in addition to the usual range of articles and news, an index of contents for issues 1-30.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/18964
Date: 2002


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