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President Isaias’ Interview with State Television (VIDEO)

President Isaias Afwerki gave an interview with the Eri-TV mainly focusing on domestic affairs in connection with the New Year.
President Isaias Afwerki conducts interview with Eri-TV focusing mainly on domestic affairs in connection to the New Year.

By Shabait,

PRESIDENT Isaias Afwerki tonight conducted an interview with the national media outlets mainly focusing on domestic affairs in connection with the New Year.

In the interview that was broadcast live through Eritrean Television and Dimtsi Hafash highlighting all-round national and regional developments, as well as future prospects, the President shed light on the implementation and progress of development programs, nation-building programs set for implementation in 2015, the significance of formulating new Constitution, programs drawn up regarding the consolidation of the political process and strengthening the People’s Front, streamlining of programs to reward youths currently engaged in the national development process Continue reading President Isaias’ Interview with State Television (VIDEO)

Eritrea on Track Achieving Six out of Eight Millennium Development Goals

A UN representative has said relying on foreign aid to achieve the Millennium Development Goals did a disservice to Africa, and has called on African governments to find alternative funding sources and clean up their act

By Madote.com,

Eritrea is on pace to achieve six of the eight UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by the target date of 2015, according to the London-based think tank, Africa Research Institute[1] and the United Nations Development Programme.[2]

The six MDGs Eritrea is on track in achieving are from MDG 2-to-7 that are Universal Primary Education, Gender Equality and Empowering Women, Reducing Child Mortality, Improvement of Maternal Health, Combating HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other Disease and Ensuring Environmental Sustainability.  Continue reading Eritrea on Track Achieving Six out of Eight Millennium Development Goals