The Government of Eritrea, through the process of International Competitive Tendering, awarded a £4.1m contract to a British engineering company EduTeq to establish state-of-the-art educational center in the capital Asmara and another two in remote parts of the country.
The Leicestershire-based Eduteq (Educational Training Equipment) will supply complete laboratories and all the trainings needed to operate them.
Eritrea this week became the latest developing country partner to join the Global Partnership for Education (GPE).
The country has worked with GPE’s partners to articulate its priorities for education between 2013 and 2017. These include a focus on getting out-of-school children into school, reducing class sizes and repetition and increasing learning achievements. The plan also places top priority on the expansion of educational opportunities for girls. As a member of the Global Partnership, Eritrea will join the GPE Board of Directors. Continue reading Eritrea Joins Global Partnership for Education (GPE)→
Hamelmalo College of Agriculture today announced it’s US$4 million extension building complex will soon be completed to start providing Postgraduate programs and other higher Scientific research activities.
The two-storey complex will have a modern lab, classroom and other facilities that provides a better learning environment for the postgraduate students.