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The Notion of Social Justice and the Eritrean Model

Eritrea: What does not kill you only makes you stronger
What does not kill you only makes you stronger

By Eritrea Compass,

A COUNTRY located at a strategic point where most of the worlds commercial goods and oil pass through everyday, its government and people not popular by the US for owning their own decisions and entangled in a quagmire of geo-political agenda.

In this article we aim to explore and on how the Eritrean government and people are working hand in hand to overcome the overall challenge, and the country’s diversification of the economy, its thriving mining industry, together with education, health programs, development, and the role of Eritrean youth and women.  Continue reading The Notion of Social Justice and the Eritrean Model