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The aim of this seminar is to update the project stakeholders on progress and present the work to the teams’ campus community as well as to development and education actors. It will be delivered by ...

The aim of this seminar is to update the project stakeholders on progress and present the work to the teams’ campus community as well as to development and education actors. It will be delivered by Sudan University Innovation Lab on their work on a Vaccination Monitoring System.
About the Pilot Project and the Seminar:
Innovation Labs are national facilities developed by UNICEF in partnership with universities to support the work of UNICEF and governments by building local technological capacities for humanitarian development. The project involves setting up two innovation lab pilots for a period of 4 months to (1) prototype software solutions for selected priorities at UNICEF Sudan Country Office; and (2) use pilots as capacity building mechanisms for innovation teams at participating universities and discussion tools on future innovation possibilities at UNICEF and R & D and Training facilities at Universities.
In collaboration with colleagues at the Faculty of Mathematical Sciences (University of Khartoum) and the Computer Centre (Sudan University of Science and Technology), the Innovation Labs pilot project started in October 2012. The project is based on UNICEF’s Innovation Lab model and their approach to “Technology for Development” which is situated within the growing worldwide momentum and enthusiasm to capitalize on improvements in telecommunications and the rapid uptake of mobile technologies to support development work. The project teams are utilising RapidSMS which is an open source software to improve information flows and access as well as provide real-time data monitoring capabilities for two development programmes where UNICEF is providing support for government. The team at Khartoum University is developing a system to monitor the distribution of school kits while the team at Sudan University of Science and Technology will support national efforts to improve coverage of routine vaccination. The teams are composed of fresh graduates and final year students who volunteered to take part in this pilot which consists of several phases that started with a knowledge sharing exercise using a guided self-learning approach. With one month left, the teams have made considerable progress to work collaboratively, liaise with their customers and technical support network to specify and design the system. They are currently in the coding phase and will be demonstrating in this seminar their first working system component as well as what they learned so far. The seminar will also include a preliminary evaluation of the group’s experience and ideas for the way forward.

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  • Accelerating Development through Innovation: A Snapshot from Sudan University of Science and Technology Seminar by Innovation Lab Pilot Project at the Computer Centre 9th January 2013
  • “Traditional development thinking has held that attempts to reach the very poorest, especially in remote areas, are too costly and too difficult. But new technology and innovations are making it easier to reach the most deprived ... Focusing on the most disadvantaged is right in principle and right in practice.” Anthony Lake, UNICEF Executive Director09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 2
  • An Innovation Lab: A Technology for Development Approach• National facility set up by UNICEF to support to support the work of UNICEF and governments by building local technological capacities for humanitarian development• Defined as “... a space and set of protocols for engaging young people, technologists, private sector, and civil society in problem-solving.” COLLABORATIVE SPACE Source: Innovation Labs - A Do-it-yourself Guide - Version 1. Oct. 201209/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 3
  • Different Projects ... Different Lab Models Source: Innovation Labs - A Do-it-yourself Guide - Version 1. Oct. 2012 09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 4
  • Which Innovation Lab model?Lab Models Projects1. Innovation Lab Kosovo 1. Outreach/Training2. Uganda Innovation Lab 2. Product Development3. CCORE Zimbabwe Lab 3. Service Development4. Copenhagen Innovation Lab 4. Operational Research5. IHUB Malagasy and UNICEF 5. Broadcasting Content SUST Lab is located in University 09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 5
  • Innovation Lab Pilot Project in Sudan University of Sudan University for Khartoum Science & Technology Consultant School Kits Vaccination Information Flow For Project Management Information Flow for Innovation Development09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 6
  • Innovation Lab Pilot Project in Sudan Campus Working Project CampusCoordinators Groups Team Coordinators September October November December January February March 2012 201309/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 7
  • Innovation Lab @ SUST Campus SCRUM Requirements Development Knowledge SocialCoordinator Master Engineer Team Leader Coach Media Coordinator Coordinator Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Design Leader Coding Leader Test Leader Quality Assurer09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 8
  • Campus Coordinator• Duaa Mohammed – Campus Coordinator (Oct. – End). – SCRUM Working Group (Oct.). – SCRUM Team and Quality team Support (Dec.).09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 9
  • Requirements Team• Alaa Abdalla – Related Work Group (Oct.); – Req. Team Leader (Nov. – End). – Development Team Support (Jan.).• Marib Ahmed – Req. Team Member (Nov. – End). – Test. Team Member (Jan.).09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 10
  • Snapshot from Requirements document(SRS)09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 11
  • Scrum Team• Asma Misbah – SCRUM Working Group (Oct.). – SCRUM Master (Nov. – End). – Development Team Support (Dec.).• Duaa Mohamed – SCRUM Team Support09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 12
  • Snapshot from SCRUM Document09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 13
  • Development Team• Ahmed Murtada – RapidSMS Group (Oct.). – Dev. Team Leader (Nov. – end). – Coding Team Leader (Nov. – end).• Development Support: – Alaa Abdalla (coding team)09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 14
  • Design Team• Sara Ahmed – RapidSMS working Group (Oct.). – Design Team Leader (Nov. – end). – Knowledge coach(Nov. – end).• Mariam Ahmed – SCRUM Working Group (Oct.). – Design Team Member (Nov. – end).09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 15
  • Cont…• Samah Abdullah – SCRUM Working Group (Oct.). – Design Team Member (Nov. – end).• Wefag Abdalgader – RapidSMS Group (Oct.). – Design Team Member (Nov. – end).09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 16
  • Snapshot from Design Documents09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 17
  • Coding Team• Ahmed Murtada -Coding Team Leader (Nov. – end).• Eman Abuobeida – RapidSMS Group (Oct.). – Coding Team Member (Nov. – end).• Eman Mohamed – RapidSMS Group (Oct.). – Coding Team Member (Nov. – end).09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 18
  • Cont…• Najat Bakhit – SCRUM Working Group (Oct.). – Coding Team Member (Nov. – end).• Tayba Elsideg – RapidSMS Group (Oct.). – Coding Team Member (Nov. – end).09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 19
  • Testing Team• Marib Ahmed – Related Work Group (Oct.). – Requirement Team Member (Nov . – End). – Testing Team Leader (Nov . – End.).• Salma Mahjob – SCRUM Working Group (Oct.). – Testing Team Member (Nov . – Dec.). – Development Team Support (Jan.).09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 20
  • Snapshot from Testing Documents09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 21
  • Quality Team• Elaf Mohamed – RapidSMS Group (Oct.). – Quality. Team Leader (Nov. – end).• Duaa Mohamed – Quality. Team Support (Jan.).09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 22
  • Snapshot from Quality Document09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 23
  • Knowledge Management• Sara Ahmed. – RapidSMS working group(Oct.) – Design team – Knowledge Coach Assistant (Collaborated with Abdelkareem – U. of Khartoum Innovation Lab).09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 24
  • Snapshot from of09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 25
  • Social Media & Activities• Hanaa Abdalmonem – RapidSMS Group (Oct.). – Social Media Leader (Nov. – end).• Mojahid Sorkatti – RapidSMS Group (Oct.). – Social Media Member (Nov. – end).09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 26
  • System Requirements09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 27
  • Software requirement specification document (SRS) of09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 28
  • Product Scope09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 29
  • Product Functions1. Remind mother of vaccination appointments after the child is given the zero dose and registered.2. Receive feedback from mother about adverse reaction of vaccines on child; and on availability of health service.3. Receive feedback from health worker at vaccination point on vaccinations administered at a defined interval; and on the status of vaccines quantity in health facility store.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 30
  • Product Functions (Cont.)4. Send aggregated data (from 2 and 3) reports to MoH.5. Send aggregated data (from 3) reports to UNICEF.6. Send feedback to mother and health worker (on 2 and 3) from MoH.7. Send awareness messages during immunization campaigns to a defined set of receivers by MoH.8. Provide access to data collected via web-based interface to MoH and UNICEF users.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 31
  • Functionality we are working on:• The system shall receive feedback from mother about adverse reaction of vaccines on child; and on availability of health service.• The system shall send reminders to mother of vaccination appointments scheduled after the zero dose.• The system shall send awareness messages during immunization campaigns to a defined set of receivers by MoH.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 32
  • The Current functions we working at :• The system shall receive feedback from mother• The system shall send reminders to mother• The system shall send awareness messages09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 33
  • How the system works?Mother System users send on vaccines Aggregated data is published to secure website and administered at health facility periodically sent t key stakeholders Health Worker Government & UNICEF Partners - EPI/MoH/UNICEF Officers The Central System sends feedback to message sender09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 34
  • Software Project Management using SCRUM09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 35
  • SMS Based monitoring System• SMS server (receive, send).• 3 kinds of SMSs (Reminder, awareness, feedback).• 5 sources of SMSs (UNICEF, health worker, Ministry of Health, Vaccination Centre, Mothers).• Reporting mechanism(web-based and RapidSMS).09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 36
  • Product backlog draft (Version 2) 1. Basic functionalities of server & DB • sending SMSs. "by development team“ “Ongoing” architecture. • receiving SMSs. "by development team“ “Ongoing” • language issue. "by development team“ “Done” • determine the SMSs formats. "by design. team“ “Done” Duration : 27-11 ____ 10-1 • design the DB architecture. "by design. team“ “Done” (44 days) • The Outcome : Demo of SMS server. • implementing the DB design.“Done”2. Building the DB & SMSs classification • Determine SMSs kind. “Done” • Determine the SMSs sources. “Done” Duration :10-1_____20-1 • filling up the DB. “Ongoing” "collaborative work by dev. & design" (10 days) • The Outcome : full integrated DB & SMS server. • By SMSs. 3. Feedback & Reporting mechanism • By web-based solution. "collaborative work by dev. & design" Duration : 20_______30 • The Outcome : SMS or web site. (1days )09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 37
  • Gantt Chart09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 38
  • Three Types of Meetings• Sprint planning meeting• Daily scrum meeting• Sprint review meeting09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 39
  • Daily SCRUM Meeting Time:15 minutes team members, Scrum Master, product owner Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot09/01/2013 40 Project Seminar
  • Software Development Work• Starting …• Team Description• Where are we?09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 41
  • Starting ...1. Build knowledge base about RapidSMS, django framework and how to install it.2. More practicing for Python.3. Be Familiar with Linux OS (Ubuntu).4. Divided into 4 teams based on experience.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 42
  • Software Releases • RapidSMS 0.9.0 • Django 1.4 • Python 2.7.3 • MySQL 5.5 • Ubuntu 12.409/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 43
  • Development Team DescriptionThe development team compose to four parts:- Design team.- Coding team.- Testing team.- Quality team.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 44
  • System Design09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 45
  • Use Case Diagram Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot09/01/2013 46 Project Seminar
  • Sequence Diagram09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 47
  • Class Diagram class class message - message _format: char - message_ no: int + message_date: int + message_type: int 1..* 1..* mother healthcenter + child_birthdate: int - child_no: int + HC_name: char + gender: char - number: int + healthcenter_no: int + State_no: char + mother_address: char + superviser_phone: int 1..* *...1 - phone_no: int + feadback() : void + feadback() : void + registration() : void + mothernumber() : void + remind() : void + remind() : void09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 48
  • Vaccination System Tables dm table mother «column» * child_birthdate: DAT E * child_no: INT EGER * healthcenter_no: INT EGER * ph_no: INT EGER * motheradd: NVARCHAR(50) + feedback() + reminder() + awarness() health center message «column» * healthcenter_ no: INT EGER «column» * state_no: INT EGER *PK message_no * supervisor_phone: INT EGER * message_date * message_type «proc» * message_format + feedback() + reminder() «PK» + registeration() + PK_message()09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 49
  • Deployment Diagram09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 50
  • Design Interface09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 51
  • Coding09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 52
  • What are the challenges :Learn new techniques:09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 53
  • RapidSMS Architecture09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 54
  • Solving Problems09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 55
  • RapidSMS Configuration• Operating System (Ubuntu).• Install Django framework.• Install RAPIDSMS Packages.• Install Database System.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 56
  • Configuration the modem with the RapidSMS:09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 57
  • Where are we?First:We study about every thing we needand prepare our selves for coding, thenWe install and bring every thing weneed to create our project.
  • Second:we install the RapidSMS and Django and someother things including the database.. And thentesting the main page of RapidSMS. Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot09/01/2013 59 Project Seminar
  • Snapshot09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 60
  • Third:creating Database tables. Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot 09/01/2013 61 Project Seminar
  • Next Steps• Test the sending and receiving messages.• Finishing the interfaces. Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot09/01/2013 62 Project Seminar
  • Outside support• Local support• International support – Mailing list (google group) – IRC channel (#rapidsms)09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 63
  • Software Testing09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 64
  • Testing Team TasksPrepare test plan documentPrepare test scenario documentPrepare test case documentPrepare test log document09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 65
  • Test Plan DocumentTest Plan Objectives: A system test plan for the UNICEF Vaccination system should support the following objectives:1. To detail the activities required to prepare for and conduct the system test.2. To communicate to all responsible parties the tasks that they are to perform and the schedule to be followed in performing the tasks.3. To define the sources of the information used to prepare the plan.4. To define the test tools and environment needed to conduct the system test.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 66
  • Test Scenario DocumentTest case #:1.0 test case name: mothers awareness messageSystem : vaccination system subsystem:_______Designed by: Maarib Ahmed Altigani Design Date: 23/12/2012Executed by: Executed Date:Short description:Vaccination system will monitor the awareness message that will send to motherswhich encourages them to get vaccines because of its importance of getting it ontime.Pre-condition : Mobil phone and cell phone for every health worker and mothers. Network access to all phones. Mother’s phone must be registered in our system.Post –condition: System receives confirmation messages when the sent message is received. Count the number of sent message and the confirmation message that received.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 67
  • Next Step Needs Transaction document Logical database model Service and functions document (system inventory) External interface09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 68
  • Quality Assurance09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 69
  • What is Quality?Quality is important to businesses but can be quite hard to define.A good definition of quality is: “Quality is about meeting the needs and expectations of customers”09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 70
  • Quality ReviewsInvolves checking the software development process to ensure that procedures and standards are being followed.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 71
  • Vaccination System Quality AttributesThe following quality attributes apply to the overall system (regarded as quality requirements or constraints that are imposed on how the system is developed). 1. Performance requirements. 2. Interface requirements. 3. Maintainability requirements. 4. Inter-operability requirement.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 72
  • Quality Phases Phases Done:  Phases Ongoing:1. Initialization Phase. 5. Implementation Phase.2. Requirement Phase. 6. Integration and Testing Phase.3. Preliminary Design 7. Acceptance and Delivery Phase. Phase.4. Detailed Design Phase. 09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 73
  • Characteristics of Quality Requirement StatementsRequirement Review Checklist: Characteristics Yes No Not Available Correct  Feasible  Necessary  Prioritized  Unambiguous  Verifiable 09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 74
  • Quality of DesignUse Case Diagram: Syntax Checks For Use Case Diagrams Yes No N/A 1. Does the use case have a proper name?  2. Is the use case name verb-like?  3. Is the use case named from the point of view the actor?  4. Does the use case have an actor? (This is not mandatory if  it is an included or extended use case). 5. Ensure that the line showing the communication between  the actor and use case is correctly shown as a thin, continuous line.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 75
  • Quality of CodingCode Review Checklist For Python Language: Deviation Objective Yes No NA 1. Does the code correctly implement the design? 2. Does the code implement more than the design? 3. Is every parameter of every method passing mechanism (value or reference) appropriate? 4. Does every method return the correct value at every method return point?09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 76
  • Management of Innovation Lab’s Knowledge Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot09/01/2013 77 Project Seminar
  • The Beginning …• The UNICEF project and the new knowledge area’s• The first step we did was the pre-questionnaire so we can assess the learning of our team• The questionnaire results show that it is completely new concepts, tools and platforms as we will see in the following graph• Our second step is a data collection from different teams, we collect all generated manuals, presentations, and even source files we used• we use Dropbox to make the presentations and manuals be accessible to all as a knowledge sharing value• Following are the questionnaire results:09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 78
  • Results of Questionnaires for before start the project 30 25 20 nill V.littel 15 little fair Good 10 5 0 tech4dev scrum python ubuntu Django09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 79
  • Results of Questionnaire for after start the project 25 20 15 idontknow iunderst iam skilled 10 idontknw 5 0 tech4dev scrum python ubuntu Django09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 80
  • Way forward• We intend to build our Lessons learned system and skills database.• In term of this we chose our lessons learned template and we design our Excel sheet for the skills.• Following is the lessons learned life-cycle and a snapshot for the lessons learned template that we will use.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 81
  • Phases of lesson learned09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 82
  • 09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 83
  • Innovation Lab’s Social Media & Activities09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 84
  • 14 Nov. 201209/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 85
  • Social Media & Activities1. Publicity of Our Lab & Project2. SUST Innovation Lab FaceBook Group & Innovation Lab facebook page3. Dropbox folder for file sharing4. Meeting U. of Khartoum Social Media team5. Organized our First Seminar on 14/11/20126. Organized a lovely day out (Coral Hotel )09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 86
  • What we achieved?• Start tweeting.• Organizing more team social activities.• Working with UNICEF’s communication section.• Contacting the conventional media.• Advertising campaign for the final event.09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 87
  • Facebook groups• SUST & Uok • Sust innovation lab Innovation lab page group on facebook Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot09/01/2013 88 Project Seminar
  • What We are Planning to a Achieve?1. To Meet The UNICEF Communication Office to gain a New skills2. To have More Group Building Activity3. To Have a Wider Group Activity Gathering The Two Groups “SUST & U. of Khartoum” to Strengthen The Social Relationship Among The groups4. Contact Our Local conventional media5. Advertising Our final Seminar09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 89
  • How is the pilot going? Weaknesses Strengths • variable commitment • self motivationTeam Work • un/employment distractions • attachment to SUSTCapacity • insufficient support • self/group learningBuilding • lack of lab infrastructure • team flexibilitySoftware • new tools • new toolsDevelopment • limited support network • resilient membersEngagement • inadequate communication • space/funding/new contactswith/by • new partnership model • new partnership modelStakeholders 09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 90
  • Benefits an Innovation Lab can bring to:University UNICEF Community1. Capacity building: 1. Prototype solution 1. Local capacity – Employment/entre for two priorities development preneurship potential 2. Spread of Tech4Dev 2. Local responses to – Application of concepts concepts taught pressing needs2. Multidisciplinary 3. Documentation: 3. Collaboration space and open access ‒ Pilot lessons for different thinking ‒ RapidSMS partners3. Real challenges and application societal impact 4. Tuned partners to opportunity 4. Publicity and partnerships development4. Publicity and problems partnerships 5. Innovation structure5. Innovation structure / sustainability 5. Cheaper solutions and socially-relevant curricula09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 91
  • What it takes?• Creating a Lab is not easy ... It requires: – Steady Leadership – Stakeholders Support – Flexibility SUST• It can however: – Accelerate Innovation for Development – Utilise creativity and energy of young people – Create new partnerships – Adapt solutions across communities and countries09/01/2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot Project Seminar 92
  • 2 Jan. 2013 Sudan University Innovation Lab Pilot09/01/2013 93 Project Seminar