Yesterday (3rd February 2024) marked a significant milestone as Gollis University and the Somaliland, Ministry of Information & Communication Technology came together to sign a cooperation agreement aimed at fostering development in crucial areas of communication and technology.
The agreement, signed by the president of Gollis University, Mr. Saed Mohamed Ahmed, and the esteemed Minister of Communication and Technology, Dr. Ahmed Yusuf Idris, sets the stage for a dynamic partnership that promises to benefit the youth, research, and technological advancement in our country.
The core focus of this collaboration revolves around empowering young individuals with the necessary skills in communication and technology through specialized training programs. By joining forces, Gollis University and the Ministry aim to equip the younger generation with the tools and knowledge needed to thrive in an increasingly digital world.
Furthermore, the agreement highlights a commitment to drive research and development initiatives in technology within the country. This emphasis on research underscores a shared vision to propel technological innovation and contribute to the growth of our nation’s technological landscape.
One of the highlights of the day was the inauguration ceremony led by Minister Dr. Ahmed Yusuf Idris, who unveiled the new School of Postgraduate Studies and Research. This state-of-the-art facility is poised to become a hub of academic excellence, fostering groundbreaking research and nurturing the brightest minds in the field of communication and technology.
As part of the visit, Minister Dr. Ahmed Yusuf Idris took the opportunity to tour various facilities within Gollis University. From cutting-edge computer labs, telecom engineering labs, electric labs, and the reading library, the Minister gained firsthand insight into the university’s commitment to providing a conducive learning environment for students.
The signing of this cooperation agreement marks the beginning of an exciting chapter in the realm of communication and technology education and research. Through collaborative efforts between Gollis University and the Ministry of Communication and Technology, we are poised to witness remarkable strides in advancing the skills of our youth, fostering technological innovation, and contributing to the overall development of our country.