Orotta School of Medicine and Dentistry held its 5th Commencement today graduating 32 medical doctors, 22 Dentists and 3 specialists in Pediatrics
School of Medicine and Dentistry today graduated a total of OROTTA 57 Medical Doctors. During the fifth commencement, 32 Doctors graduated in Medicine and 22 others in Dentistry, while the remaining 3 graduated in Pediatrics and Child Health.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Ms. Amina Nur-Husien, Minister of Health, pointed out that persistent endeavors are being exerted with a view to ensuring effective and quality health services along with developing human resource capacity.
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The China-Eritrea jointly-built Orotta Hospital is one of the largest and best-conditioned hospitals in Eritrea. It is telling a story of friendship between the two people
, CHINESE EMBASSY – ERITREA
Assistance Team is one of the Chinese development assistance modalities to Africa. Since sending its first medical team to Eritrea in September 1997, China has successively dispatched 8 medical teams of 150 person times to Eritrea by the end of 2014. MEDICAL Continue reading Chinese Medical Team Making Positive Contribution in Eritrea
“Who could have scripted how a low-income country, located within one of the world’s most volatile, fractious regions, went from surviving in underground trenches and mountain caves, to sharing the lessons of development success at the United Nations?”
, FikreJesus Amahazion
THE 69th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has seen national delegations from around the world convene to debate and dialogue a wide range of topics including, inter alia, a post-2015 agenda, climate change and the environment, conflicts involving ISIL/ISIS, Iraq and Syria, Iran’s nuclear ambitions, Gaza, and the ongoing tensions between Ukraine and Russia.
Another important, yet less heralded, meeting occurring is Eritrea’s hosting of a panel on “
Innovations Driving Health Millennium Development Goals” – where the country will share the methods for its success. Such a development represents a tremendous leap; only decades ago, Eritrean “ society” literally resided within underground trenches, caves in the mountains, and in the harsh, barren deserts. Continue reading Eritrea: From Trenches and Caves to Sharing Lessons of Development Success at the United Nations
Eritrea’s two decades of investment towards a healthier society finally paid off
Members of an Italian medical crew from the Italian city of Padova who are in Eritrea for a surgical campaign targeting pediatric cardiac cases requiring surgical intervention have expressed appreciation for the competence of Eritrean medical professionals. Continue reading Visiting Italian Surgeons Carrying Out Heart Surgery