events of the fifth International Afro-Asian Researches Conference was lunched
yesterday at Cyprus, and this conference is specialized in social sciences and
educational sciences, organized by( Bahcesehir Cyprus University), with the participation of a delegation from
Zarqa university, headed by Dr. Mohammad Al Mommani, the head of Management Information System Department, the
conference aims to get closer to academic circles in Afro-Asian countries to
exchange academic work, results, new opinions about regional problems and
affairs, and methods and curricula which may help in achieving resolutions for
Dr. Al Mommani participated in the conference with his
research paper entitled “Evaluate the Characteristics of Government Sites in Developing
Countries: Studying the Status of Electronic Government in Jordan” under the
axis of administration and systems that aims to evaluate the electronic
government in Jordan, and try to identify the points of weakness that could be
improved to give the best performance, this especially come to provide the
service for citizens, residents, tourist, and investors.
He pointed that the research concentrates on the role
of the government in the developing countries, and then takes Jordanian
electronic government as a virtual example on the attempt of developing
countries to follow modern technology, when His Majesty King Abdullah II was
the first to call for the need to activate electronic government.
The research reached that there is positive sides grounded
on what the electronic government provides from electronic services and
information, on the other side there were some negative technical programs
sides also that do not include all services to the bodies and Ministries.
Over four days, the conference discussed the
sustainable, balanced and comprehensive growth between Afro-Asian countries, social
structure, internet usage and its social, political impacts at these countries,
education, law, political sciences and international relationships, the
interactions and relationships between African, European, and Asian Countries.
In the view of this, 40 fields were displayed to
discuss many different subjects between administration economics sciences,
areas of information systems, marketing and other fields of human, social,
educational and economic sciences.