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Thursday, 2nd February 2017 from 14:00 to 17:00 (BST) Board Room (EB 1.39) Dockland Campus, University of East London, London, United Kingdom 13:45-13:55     Arrival 14:00-15:30    Session One 15:30-15:45     Break 15:45-16:45     Session Two Target audience Academic, researchers, higher education officials, students, professionals, research, youth, NGOs, civil society groups, businesses, and other stakeholders. Focus Arab

Keynote Talk at World Bank Conference on Digital technologies at the service of economic development in the Mediterranean (4 November 2016 Marseille, France) “Digital technologies at the service of economic development in the Mediterranean”, World Bank With a large youth representation and

Sally Ezzat Alexandria University Students' Hospital, Alexandria University, Egypt Purpose: The aim of this study was to determine the frequency of the consumption of soft and energy drinks by university students, and to identify the factors affecting the consumption rates. Method: The

Sally Ezzat, Alexandria University, Egypt Mohamed Amin, University of Wisconsin, USA Purpose: The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of changes in energy intake, dietary pattern and mode of physical activity while fasting during Ramadan on the change in

Randa Hamza, The American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt Shadwa Zaher, The British University in Egypt (BUE), Egypt Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to investigate the Egyptian government’s subsidisation policies in the wheat sector. The paper argues that it is

Manal A. Mohsen, Mai M. Youssef, Safaa T. Zaki, National Research Center, Egypt Maha M. El-Shamy, Al-Mataria Teaching Hospital, Egypt Abstract: Because of the prevalent resource-poor settings during deliveries in developing countries, few anthropometric surrogates have been suggested to identify low