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About faculty of Education Bin Ghesheer

The Faculty of Education is located within the municipality of Qasr bin Ghashir. It particularly covers the municipality’s need for teachers in various scientific disciplines. It was formed by the decision of the former General People's Committee Secretary No. (1386) of 1996. At the start, a Higher Institute for Teacher Education was established in Qasr bin Ghashir. The Institute aims to prepare graduates from the teachers that primary and secondary school institutions need. However, the General People's Committee (former) issued decision No. (118) of 2004 regarding the inclusion of higher institutes to universities and renaming them as teacher preparation colleges. Then, the Higher Institute for Teacher Education in Qasr Bin Ghashir joined the University of Tripoli to become the Faculty of Teacher Preparation. However, former people’s committee of the University of Tripoli issued decision No. (55) for 2009 to renaming the Faculties of Teacher Preparation to Faculties of Education. This includes the Faculty of Education, Qasr bin Ghashir. Its major aims was to work on preparing teachers scientifically and professionally in all scientific disciplines to meet the needs of Qasr Bin Ghashir Municipal Schools.

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Dr. Madeeha Younes Emhmed Abdullah

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Malaria in Illegal Immigrants in Southern Libya

Background: Libya has been malaria-free since 1973. The risk of malaria re-introduction to Libya is increasing because of the increase in imported malaria cases due to immigration to Libya from countries where malaria is endemic. Cases are mainly due to P. falciparum and Sub-Saharan Africa is the most common origin. This study was conducted to investigate the prevalence of malaria positive cases among illegal immigrants in the southern region of Libya. Methods: A prospective, observational, multi-center study was conducted. Three hundred and three illegal immigrants from 12 different countries were included. Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay was used to detect the presence of serum malaria antibodies. Results: A total of 303 immigrants were included in the study with mean age of 25.78±5.92 years. Of them, 195 tested positive for malaria antibodies. Two hundred and sixty nine of the participants came from Brak Al-Shati, 16 from Sebha and 18 from Bergan centers, with 175, 15 and 5 positive cases, respectively. Most of the positive cases (172) arrived in Libya within 1-10 months. The highest number of positive cases (70) came from Ghana followed by (40) from Niger and (39) from Bangladesh. Conclusions: Illegal immigration is a major malaria re-introduction route. The issue of illegal immigration have to be treated urgently to stop the huge influx of illegal immigrants and increase the surveillance activities of infectious diseases in order to keep Libyan territories as a malaria-free lands. Key words: Illegal immigration, Malaria, Libya.
Fadwa Jamaledden Mustafa Kamel Mahanay, Badereddin Bashir K. Annajar, Asma A Ali Oun(11-2021)
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Study of MoO3 doping effect on linear and Non-linear optical properties of Cellulose acetate (CA) films

The goal of this study was to investigate the optical properties of the prepared CA-MoO3 nanocomposites films. CA has been chosen as a host matrix and then doped with MoO3 with different concentrations (2.5, 5, 10 and 15wt. %) of MoO3 by using casting procedure. CA-MoO3 films were characterized by UV-Visible spectrophotometer within the wavelength range of 200 nm-800 nm. The Linear optical parameters (transmission (T), extinction coefficient (K), reflectance (R), refractive index (n), real (ε1) and imaginary (ε2) part of the dielectric constant and optical conductivity (σopt)) of CA-MoO3 films were obtained from absorption spectra. The volume (VELF) and surface (SELF) energy loss function of CAMoO3 films were obtained by complex dielectric constant. The Dispersion parameters (dispersion energy (Ed), oscillation energy (E0), static dielectric constant (ε0) and static refractive index (n0)) were calculated using theoretical Wemple-DiDomenico model. The nonlinear optical susceptibility x(1), x(3) and nonlinear refractive index n2 were evaluated from the linear optical parameters using semiempirical relation. The results show that the Linear and nonlinear optical parameters change with the increase of molybdenum trioxide concentration, where, the transmittance, oscillator energy, the volume (VELF) and surface (SELF) energy loss decreases with the increase of MoO3 concentration.
Mohamed Abu. Hamza, Saad E. Sharada(8-2022)
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The Kumaraswamy GEV distribution

for extreme values in many areas. We propose a generalization – referred to as the Kumaraswamy GEV distribution – and provide a comprehensive treatment of its mathematical properties. We estimate its parameters by the method of maximum likelihood and provide the observed information matrix. An application to some real data illustrates flexibility of the new model. Finally, some bivariate generalizations of the model are proposed.
sumaya saleh eljabri, saralees nadarajah(10-2017)
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