About WGO Khartoum:

The Khartoum Training Center was inaugurated in Khartoum, Sudan on January 10, 2015 as a WGO Training Center. The Khartoum Training Center is recognized as one of the few well-established centers in central Africa, especially considering the shortage of ERCP service in the region. The implementation of a Training Center under the umbrella of the World Gastroenterology Organisation (WGO) was a logical step and a requirement to move forward and to implement a structured training at a global standard. The service is expected to be easily disseminated into the region, taking notice of an increasing number of applications received 5 at the Training Center from neighboring countries.

Dr. Abdelmounem E.Abdo

Dr. Abdelmounem E.Abdo

Director

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  • To establish a WGO endoscopy, laparoscopy, & ultrasonography training center.
  • To upgrade the level of endoscopy services in the country and the region, especially in countries with disabled medical facilities.
  • To help with the establishment and support of a postgraduate medical and surgical gastroenterology training fellowship program in nearby countries.
  • To upgrade the level of patient care and patient safety by developing
    local guidelines.
  • To improve the quality and training for endoscopy nursing.
  • 50 ward beds for joint surgical and medical admissions in addition to intermediate and intensive care beds.
  • Well equipped surgical theater with facilities for laparoscopy.
  • Outpatient referral clinics accommodating eight doctors and eight patients at a time.
  • Endoscopy unit.
  • Motility Lab.
  • Emergency bleeding center, which is the location of the WGO Khartoum Training Center.
  • 12 hour working library.
  • Video learning center room
  • Research Laboratory
  • Endoscopy Simulator Room
  • Three lecture rooms with the capacity to accommodate 100, 50, and 30 doctors. The rooms are equipped with multimedia and audio systems.
  • Two video conference systems, allowing for conference calls, lectures, and consultations from anywhere, as well as transmissions of live demonstrations