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Revisiting the Status of Medical Education and Scientific Research in Eritrea

“What the Orotta School of Medicine has achieved in six relatively short years is a task that would have normally taken thirty years” – WHO/WFME , 2010 Report.

Dirty politics and sloppy journalism aside, Eritrea's Science is alive and flourishing
Dirty politics and sloppy journalism aside, Eritrea’s Science is alive and flourishing

By Andemariam and Ogbaselassie G.,

Nature Magazine has published a defamatory article on Eritrea (Nature News/Feature, 31 October, 2012) entitled “Eritrea’s shattered Science”.

For reasons that defy explanation, the author, Ms. Shanta Barley, went on a rampage to confuse facts with fiction, truth with false, and science with politics to infer, in a rather shoddy manner, that “Eritrea was making promising strides in medicine…before the government clamped down on its foreign partnerships”.  Continue reading Revisiting the Status of Medical Education and Scientific Research in Eritrea