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Eritrea: UNICEF Donates 100 Motorbikes

‘… to support the promotion and monitoring of the roadmap to make Eritrea Open Defecation Free by 2022’

BY UNICEF ERITREA

Leaving no one behind becomes a reality as public health officials now able to monitor programs to sustain critical lifesaving services with the support of 100 off-road Yamaha motorcycles from UNICEF. Continue reading Eritrea: UNICEF Donates 100 Motorbikes

Eritrea: Ministry Reinforces Nationwide Chick Distribution

As of the first week of December, 12,386 families have benefited from the program. The target is to reach around 40,000 families by June 2021.

The Ministry of Agriculture is distributing a million, one-month-old chicks to around 40,000 families nationwide until the end of June 2021.

BY ERMIAS SOLOMON | SHABIT

The Ministry of Agriculture is working to distribute around a million, one-month-old chicks to around 40,000 families all over the country. The program is expected to last until the end of June 2021.

According to Ms. Saba Gebreselassie, Head of Poultry Development Unit in the Ministry, around 27,000 chicks are being distributed weekly to all regions starting from the end of June 2020. Continue reading Eritrea: Ministry Reinforces Nationwide Chick Distribution

President Isaias Meets UN Deputy Chief

“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 the Eritrea on social media” – Amina J. Mohammed, DSG

BY SHABAIT

President Isaias Afwerki met today, at Adi Halo, the joint UN-AU delegation led by Deputy Secretary General, Ms. Amina Mohammed. The delegation is on a two-day visit to Eritrea to highlight “the critical role of women’s meaningful participation in peace, security and development”. Continue reading President Isaias Meets UN Deputy Chief

Eritrea Wins Award for Immunization Program

The Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) is a World Health Organization program with the goal to make vaccines available to all children.

By SHABAIT,

Eritrea has received an award for outstanding achievement in the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI).

The award was organized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

Eritrea was nominated for the award at the conference held in the first week of September in Entebbe, Uganda, in which 22 countries from the Horn of Africa and Southern part of Africa participated.

Dr. Andebrhan Tesfatsion, Director General of Public Health at the Eritrean Ministry of Health, underlined that vaccination programs are among the outstanding achievements Eritrea is registering. He also said that Eritrea has received the international award for the third time. Continue reading Eritrea Wins Award for Immunization Program

Opinion: Eritrean’s Say No Evil

“Sometimes people hold a core belief that is very strong. When they are presented with evidence that works against that belief, the new evidence cannot be accepted. It would create a feeling that is extremely uncomfortable, called cognitive dissonance. And because it is so important to protect the core belief, they will rationalize, ignore and even deny anything that doesn’t fit in with the core belief.” – Frantz Fanon

By Berhane Woldu,

There are few ‘Eritreans’ who have betrayed their dedication and love of country for selfish interests. “Eritrean Quislings League” and “Defeatist” betraying their martyred brothers and sisters have become treacherous, faithless and disloyal.

Defeatists have no moral value, no political agenda and no mission than to destabilize a nation of seven million people for political power and greed. The defeatists supported by their handlers have tried every trick in the book to destabilize Eritrea forgetting the history of the struggle. Continue reading Opinion: Eritrean’s Say No Evil

Routinely “Written off,” Eritrea is Rebounding and Keen to Achieve Global Goals, FM Osman Tells UN

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Eritrea during the General Debate of the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 26 September 2016, New York

By UN News Centre,

Telling the United Nations General Assembly that over the 25 years of Eritrea’s independence it has faced a “concerted onslaught” of difficulties – incessant hostility, occupation, and sanctions – the country’s Foreign Minister today said that resilient Eritrea and Eritreans, at home and abroad, were nevertheless able to fend off the attacks on their nation and protect their hard-won freedom. Continue reading Routinely “Written off,” Eritrea is Rebounding and Keen to Achieve Global Goals, FM Osman Tells UN