THE month of May, like June, is a sacred month for Eritreans. On May 24th Eritreans will celebrate their 24th Independence Day Anniversary. As such, Eritreans revere the month of May, and more so, May 24th.
When it comes to defining Eritreans, dignity, like beauty, is truly in the eye of the beholder. The average Eritrean like me feels tremendous pride and dignity in Eritrea’s focused attitude and steady stride in the past 24 years against insurmountable odds. This sense of pride and dignity is not easily discernible to those who watch her from afar. Continue reading Eritrea: 24 Years of Dignity→
ERITREA – “The Other Narrative” is a 25 minutes documentary brought to you by African Strategies an independent think thank organisation based in Asmara Eritrea.
The documentary is intended to show the facts on the ground, with footage and editing of high standard quality of TV Broadcast. It consists interview conduct with professionals across multi sectors on Eritrea’s national service program that have been serving the country and also with experts across various fields and sectors. It depicts the life of Eritrea’s youth in national service, how they view it and one to one interview that demonstrates nothing less than thought leadership. Continue reading ERITREA – ‘The Other Narrative’ (Documentary)→
MEDIA outlets conveniently distort the facts about Eritrea. A documentary film prepared by an East African think-tank group ‘African Strategies‘, however, presents you the real facts right from the ground.
A COMPLAINT filed by an Eritrean against one misleading story on Eritrea by a certain BBC reporter have reached into a resolution today.
The complainant, Yafet S., contested that the story in question consists a number of inaccuracies and he considered somehow derogatory towards Eritrea, including the statement that says “A 2011 UN report estimated that about 70% of Eritreans cannot meet their food needs on their own.”