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‘What Eritrea Accomplished Over the Years is Spectacular” – UNFPA Rep.

“I have worked in a number of countries, but what Eritrea was able to accomplish over the years is amazing. Every success came as a result of the community’s and government’s commitment” – Mr. Ibrahim Sambuli, UNFPA country representative.

“Eritrea needs to tell its story to the world. People need to know that a country like Eritrea has something to offer” – Mr. Ibrahim Sambuli (center), UNFPA Rep in Eritrea.

BY ASMAIT FUTSUMBRHAN | SHABAIT

The United Nations Fund for Population (UNFPA) activities, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, has been operating in partnership with Eritrea for 26 years. Its vision centers around ensuring maternal and child health, family planning, HIV and STI prevention services as well as helping in the advancement of gender equality and reproductive rights. Continue reading ‘What Eritrea Accomplished Over the Years is Spectacular” – UNFPA Rep.

UNFPA Strengthening Partnerships in Eritrea to Sustain Development Gains

“The development gains Eritrea has made on many social indicators in recent decades was impressive and a good example to the rest of the world” – Dereje Wordofa, UN Assistant Secretary-General and UNFPA Deputy Executive Director. (Photo credit: @RamizAlakbarov)

BY ABRAHAM GELAW | UNFPA

The strengthening of partnerships to sustain development gains in Eritrea was the focus of a mission led by the UN Assistant Secretary-General and Deputy Executive Director (Programme), Dereje Wordofa and sister UN agencies. Continue reading UNFPA Strengthening Partnerships in Eritrea to Sustain Development Gains