Tag Archives: Development

“Non-Conformist Eritrea”: Extending the Conversation

Understanding Eritrea
Understanding Eritrea. Rather than focusing on a single perspective and restricting the discourse and narrative of Eritrea, a broader range of views and perspectives should be encouraged toward promoting constructive dialogue, increasing accuracy, enhancing reliability, and enriching overall understanding.

BY FIKREJESUS AMHAZION (PhD)

I recently read the article, Non-Conformist Eritrea, authored by Ms. Ruby Sandhu, an international human rights lawyer. The article was well-written, thoughtful and perceptive, full of detail, balanced, and offered important background and context about Eritrea. Continue reading “Non-Conformist Eritrea”: Extending the Conversation

Viva Eritrea

Long Live Eritrea! Long live the can do people of Eritrea!

BY AMANUEL BIEDEMARIAM

What does VIVA Eritrea mean to you? Viva is a show of support, expression of love. Simply put, Viva Eritrea stands for long live Eritrea. The question that every Eritrean and friends of Eritrea need to ask, what role to play in the future of Eritrea?

Every Eritrean wants to see a happy, prosperous, united, vibrant, conscientious, advanced and most importantly a peaceful Eritrea. That means we all have a role to play in the happiness, prosperity, unity, vibrancy, conscience, advancement and peaceful life of Eritrea. Continue reading Viva Eritrea

Eritrea 2016 – A Review (Part II)

Eritrea had a quite unforgettable year in 2016, a combination of challenges and success stories. Here is a look at Eritrea in review of 2016 through its major headlines in the diplomatic work, conferences, new agreements, reforms, and everything in between.

By Mela Ghebremedhin | for Shabait,

What a year it has been for the world. We saw increasing insecurity in countries formerly known for their safety, growing climate change, deepening economic crisis, expanding emerging markets at the expense of some larger powers, growing global migration that has surpassed World War II levels, deepening despair in the Middle East, emerging of newly elected US President, passing of Cuban Revolution figure Fidel Castro and the list can go on. Continue reading Eritrea 2016 – A Review (Part II)

Eritrea 2016 – A Review (Part – I)

Eritrea had a quite unforgettable year in 2016, a combination of challenges and success stories. Here is a look at Eritrea in review of 2016 through its major headlines in the diplomatic work, conferences, new agreements, reforms, and everything in between.

By Mela Ghebremedhin | for Shabait,

What a year it has been for the world. We saw increasing insecurity in countries formerly known for their safety, growing climate change, deepening economic crisis, expanding emerging markets at the expense of some larger powers, growing global migration that has surpassed World War II levels, deepening despair in the Middle East, emerging of newly elected US President, passing of Cuban revolution figure Fidel Castro and the list can go on. Continue reading Eritrea 2016 – A Review (Part – I)

Eritrea and United Nations Launch Strategic Partnership Cooperation Framework 2017 – 2021

The Government of the State of Eritrea and the United Nations launched the Strategic Partnership Cooperation Framework (SPCF) for 2017 – 2021.

By Shabait,

The Government of the State of Eritrea and the United Nations launched the Strategic Partnership Cooperation Framework (SPCF) for 2017 to 2021 in Eritrea’s Capital, Asmara.

At the same time the UN in Eritrea and partners commemorated the 71st anniversary of the United Nations.

The event was held at the National Confederation of Eritrean Worker’s Union and attended by Government officials, senior officials from the People’s Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ), Ambassadors and members of the diplomatic corps, UN staff, development partners and the media. Continue reading Eritrea and United Nations Launch Strategic Partnership Cooperation Framework 2017 – 2021

Eritrea Cabinet of Ministers Holds Meeting

The Eritrean Cabinet of Ministers held its two days regular meeting to assess its overall activity.

By Shabait,

The Eritrean Cabinet of Ministers held a meeting from the 11th to 12th of August at the State House here in the capital.

In the opening session, President Isaias Afwerki presented a study paper based on the objective and scientific assessment as regards the programs so far implemented in all sectors in accordance with the policy outlines. He also outlined the progress of the road-map designed for further implementation of programs.

The paper presented by the President mainly focused on the development of general education, stabilizing the balance of payment, revising the monetary policy, trade and industrial policies as well as ensuring the capacity and cleanliness of government institutions. Continue reading Eritrea Cabinet of Ministers Holds Meeting