“There are countries that have done none with more opportunities. But Eritrea with its own resources is doing a lot on development. I am excited because I’m witnessing the real Eritrea, not Eritrea on Social Media” – Ms. Amina Mohammed, UN Deputy Secretary General
Sixty years of war, permanent mobilization and widespread isolation by some Western countries paralyzed the country of Eritrea. But since the peace agreement with Ethiopia in the summer of 2018, there are high hopes. On the sidelines of a private visit to Münster, Germany, our colleague Ulrich Coppel spoke with the Eritrean Foreign Minister Osman Saleh. Continue reading Interview with FM Osman Saleh: Limiting National Service→
Today we talk to His Excellency the British Ambassador to the State of Eritrea, Alisdair Walker. After being in Eritrea for over six month, the Ambassador and his family surely have something to say about the country.
“I have worked in a number of countries, but what Eritrea was able to accomplish over the years is amazing. Every success came as a result of the community’s and government’s commitment” – Mr. Ibrahim Sambuli, UNFPA country representative.
The United Nations Fund for Population (UNFPA) activities, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, has been operating in partnership with Eritrea for 26 years. Its vision centers around ensuring maternal and child health, family planning, HIV and STI prevention services as well as helping in the advancement of gender equality and reproductive rights. Continue reading ‘What Eritrea Accomplished Over the Years is Spectacular” – UNFPA Rep.→