NAME: Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Hamad Alnory
MARITAL STATUS: Married with four children
DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH: Wadmedani, 1953
Occupation: Professor –Faculty of Economics and Rural Development.
ADDRESS: Faculty of Economics and Rural Development., University of Geziera. P.O.Box 20, Wad Medani, Sudan.
Office Telephone: 0155321043
Mobile TELEPHONE: 0123240240
(B) Educational Background
B.Sc (Honors) First Class. (Econometrics and Social Statistics, University of Khartoum , 1977.
M.Sc. (Statistics) London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London, 1980.
Ph.D. (Bio-Statistics and demography)
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London,1982
Certificates of Training:
Certificate in Development Research, Mombassa, 1984.
Certificate in Advance Methods of Econometric Analysis, Nairobi 1987
Certificate of participation in the Workshop for the development of the curricula of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences – Gadarif University, Sudan, Gadarif 2003.
Certificate of participation for the Save Motherhood Initiative in the Gezira Sate, Wadmedani, Sudan,2005
Teaching Assistant – Dept. of Economitrics and Social Statistics, University of Khartoum 1977
Research Assistant – World Fertility Survey, International Statistical Institute, London1979-1981.
Lecturer (renamed) Assistant professor, Dep. of Econometrics and Social Statistics University of Khartoum, 1982.
4. Acting Director, Development Studies and
Research Centre, University of Khartoum, 1987
5 Head Department of Econometrics and social
statistics, University of Khartoum 1987.
6. Associate Professor, Dept. of Statistics and
Insurance University of Kuwait 1988 – 1989.
8. Associate professor, Dept. of Statistics and
Operation Research, Faculty of Science,
University of Kuwait, 1989-1990.
9 Associate Professor, Population Studies Centre,
University of Geziera, 1990 – 1993.
Associate Professor, Population Studies Centre, University of Geziera, 1994 – 1999.
Professor, Population Studies Centre, University of Geziera, and national director for UNFPA supported projects (Five program cycles) 1990-2005.
11.Professor of Econometrics and statistics, Department of
Applied Statistics, Faculty of Economic and Rural
Development, University of Geziera, 2008-10.
12. Director of Population Studies Centre, University of
Gezira, 2003 – 2005.
13 Director of Population Studies Centre, University of
Gezira, 2011 – 2003.
14.National Project Director (NPD), UNFPA funded project
Sud / 05 / P06 – Master Training in Population and
Development at Gezira University, 1994 - 2000
15. National Project Director (NPD), UNFPA funded
Project Sud/00/P03 –Post-graduate Training Population and Development and RH at Population Studies Centre – University of Gezira.2003-2005.
16-State Minister for Youth and Sport, Gezira State
d) Scientific Contribution
Member of the Advisory Committee of MEAWARDS, Population Council, Egypt, 1987 – 1989.
National Consultant for Greater Kennana Social survey 1994 – 1997.
National Advisor for the Committee for Micro-economics Structural Reforms for Sudan, IMF, Khartoum, 1995.
Member of the Sudanese National Population Council 2000-2011.
Member of the Sudanese Demographers’ Association since 2003-2011.
6. Member of the Arab demographic Association since
7. National Consultant (UNFPA) Data processing for the
Sudan fifth population and housing census with
Monitoring and Observation Committee (MOS), 2009.
National Consultant (UNFPA) Demographer for the Sudan fifth population and housing census Long Questionnaire Data Tabulations, 2009.
National Consultant for the dissemination of LQF data results from 2008 Census, 2010-2011.
leader of authors for the Preparation of Sudan National Human Development Report SNHDR, 2012, UNDP, University of Gezira and Ministry of Social Welfare and Women and Children Affairs.
Principal author of the Population and Development Research Agenda Setting in Sudan, NPC June, 2011.
Principal author of the NPC Policy Briefs on Maternal Mortality, Youth and Environment, NPC, 2013-2014.
E) Teaching Experience:
I )Undergraduate level
Department of Econometrics and social Statistics, University of Khartoum, Sudan
-Introduction to Statistics.
-Theory of Econometrics.
Dept. of Statistics and Insurance, University of Kuwait:
Introduction to statistics
Theory of statistics
C) Dept. of Statistics and Operational Research,
University of Kuwait
1. Linear algebra
2. Mathimatical statistics
3. Linear Programming
D) Department of social Statistics and Demography, University of Gezira, Sudan
5. Statistics for social sciences.
6. Introduction to computer sciences.
7. General applied Statistics.
8. The theory of Statistics.
9. Introduction to Econometrics.
10.Demographic estimation for developing countries.
11. Mathematical statistics.
E) School of Mathematical sciences and computer, University of Gezira.Sudan.
13. Sampling techniques.
14. Time series analysis.
16. Experimental Designs
Faculty of medicine, University of Gezira, Sudan.
17. Medical demography
18. Research methodology
19. Biostatistics and clinical epidemiology
Faculty of Economics and Rural Development:
Applied General Statistics.
Population and development.
Econometrics in Social and Economic Planning.
Advanced Econometric Methods.
b) Faculty of Medical Laboratories, University of Gezira, Master Program, Wadmedani Sudan.
8. Statistics for Medical Research
9. Research Methodology
c) Faculty of Medical Laboratories, University of Gezira, Master Program, Dubai UAE.
10. Statistics for Medical Research
d) Faculty of Economics and Rural Development, University of Gezira, Master Program, Qatar.
11. Mathematical Statistics
13. Strategic Planning
14. Statistics for Administrative Sciences
Supervision for 46 Ph.D. students 1996-2017.
Supervision for 25 Masters by research 1996-2005.
10. Supervision for 150 partial fulfillments research for Masters 1996-2005.
11. External Examiner for 16 PhDs and 33
Alternative multipliers factors for Brass P/F Ratio technique – Journal of Economics and Social Research, University of Khartoum, Vol. 2, 1983.
Islam, Women and Fertility in the Sudan, Proceedings of the International conference on Islam and Reproductive Health, Population Centre, Al Azahar University, Cairo, Egypt, 2000.
Popular Treatment practices in the Sudan, (Al magzoob etal) , Mediterranean Medical journal , Alexandria, Vol 5 ,2002
Maternal mortality: A global Tragedy. A GIS Screening
Approach to the Problem, Gezira Journal of Health Sciences University of Gezira , Volume 1,supplement,2004.
5. Household expenditure on malaria case management in Wad-Medani, Sudan, Afr. J. of Med sci (2001) 30, suppl.
Mobilizing Capacity for Reconstruction in Southern Sudan, A paper presented to the World Bank Mission for Post conflict Agenda for Southern Sudan, Khartoum 2006.
The Impact of Maternal Mortality on GDP- an Econometric Analysis, Mediterranean Medical journal , Alexandria, Vol. ,5 ,2012
Manual for Sample Size Determination in Reproductive Health Research, 2003, Golden Star Printing House. Khartoum, 2003
The Application of statistical Techniques in planning, Golden Star Printing House. Khartoum, 2004.
Editor in Chief for Population Dynamics in Sudan monographs, Funded by UNFPA and published by the NPC, 2009.
(H) Consultancy Reports
1-Program Review Report, A report Prepared by Dr .N. Moglad and Prof. Ahmed Alnory for UNFPA Need Assessment Mission, 1990.
2-Evaluation REPORT for The Manpower Project Sud/09 / P02 3. Report for UNFPA Annual Project Review, Sudan, 1999.
4. Sudan fourth country program outlines (2002- 200). A report for discussion, UNFPA, 2001.
1-Research Fellow, Department of Applied Statistics, University of Southampton, UK, 1980.
2- Research Assistant, International Statistical Institute, WFS, London, UK, 1981.
3- Associate professor, Department of Commerce and the Department statistics and Operational Research, Faculty of Science, University of Kuwait.1987-1990.
4-International Consultant for the establishment of Development Cadre Institute for 3month, Saudi Arabia, 2004.
(E) Countries visited
1- All European Countries except Norway, Finland, Denmark and Portugal.
2- Most African Countries and six month teaching experience in the University of Addis Ababa , Ethiopia.
3- All Arab Countries (including5 years work in Kuwait and a 6 months Teaching Experience in Jordan and 3 months in Saudi Arabia ).
4- United States of America (New York, Washington, Chicago and Providence)
5- India, China ,Pakistan and Australia with Participation in Conferences and Workshops.