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Eritrea’s Decentralized Development Methodology Could be Example in Africa: UNDP

Post by MatiT » 17 May 2018, 10:25

Eritrea’s Decentralized Development Methodology Could be Example in Africa: UNDP ...https://www.tesfanews.net/eritrea-decen ... sentative/

“If Eritrea has done so well in areas that tend to be problematic in other parts of Africa, it is very important that its methodologies, experiences, and stories are shared with other countries” – Ms. Susan Namondo Ngongi, UN Resident/Humanitarian Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative for Eritrea.

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Re: Eritrea’s Decentralized Development Methodology Could be Example in Africa: UNDP

Post by Awash » 17 May 2018, 11:44

UNHCR struggling to meet needed funds for refugees in Ethiopia

...The UNHCR has as of April 30 registered 915,073 refugees in Ethiopia, most of whom are housed in refugee camps in six regional states.

Ethiopia currently hosts the second largest refugee population in Africa, next to Uganda. Refugees in Ethiopia primarily come from Eritrea, South Sudan, Somalia and Sudan, according to figures from the Ethiopian government.
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-0 ... 184344.htm

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Re: Eritrea’s Decentralized Development Methodology Could be Example in Africa: UNDP

Post by Fed_Up » 17 May 2018, 16:45

Source: ADDIS ABABA, May 16 (Xinhua)

Hehehehe try something else shettataaaaa agame. Who gonna fuûcken belive anything cooked number about Eritrea from AIDS Ababa ? Qodaaaaa agame. Even agame’s double digit brouhaha biting their arse.
Awash wrote:
UNHCR struggling to meet needed funds for refugees in Ethiopia

...The UNHCR has as of April 30 registered 915,073 refugees in Ethiopia, most of whom are housed in refugee camps in six regional states.

Ethiopia currently hosts the second largest refugee population in Africa, next to Uganda. Refugees in Ethiopia primarily come from Eritrea, South Sudan, Somalia and Sudan, according to figures from the Ethiopian government.
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-0 ... 184344.htm

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Re: Eritrea’s Decentralized Development Methodology Could be Example in Africa: UNDP

Post by Dawi » 17 May 2018, 17:35

Fed_Up - You're talking about cooked # data VS no - data?

How many Eritrean refugees live in Ethiopia according to you? 500,000? That is still a lot.

Ms. Susan has said she only have access to some old Eritrean public health data.

That means she really doesn't know what she is talking about?

BTW, she has admitted that on ERi-TV. She even gave some elementary lesson on the value of data to the reporter.
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Fed_Up wrote:Source: ADDIS ABABA, May 16 (Xinhua)
Fed_Up wrote:Source: ADDIS ABABA, May 16 (Xinhua)

Hehehehe try something else shettataaaaa agame. Who gonna fuûcken belive anything cooked number about Eritrea from AIDS Ababa ? Qodaaaaa agame. Even agame’s double digit brouhaha biting their arse.
Awash wrote:
UNHCR struggling to meet needed funds for refugees in Ethiopia

...The UNHCR has as of April 30 registered 915,073 refugees in Ethiopia, most of whom are housed in refugee camps in six regional states.

Ethiopia currently hosts the second largest refugee population in Africa, next to Uganda. Refugees in Ethiopia primarily come from Eritrea, South Sudan, Somalia and Sudan, according to figures from the Ethiopian government.
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-0 ... 184344.htm

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Re: Eritrea’s Decentralized Development Methodology Could be Example in Africa: UNDP

Post by MatiT » 17 May 2018, 18:50

I am just happy when [email protected] crying ..the word tegaru doesn't only describes people from tigray but it's just got a meaning Inferiority,jeoulesy,hopless,backwardness,green eyed nature

Agamesi anxar higdef eritrea or me entekonu eritrawi zekonu yemeslom!

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Re: Eritrea’s Decentralized Development Methodology Could be Example in Africa: UNDP

Post by Awash » 17 May 2018, 22:45



ደቂ መድሂን በራድ celebrate, while the real Eritrean ደቂ'ባት suffer.

...Family background of the Eritrean tyrant
Isayas' father, Ato Afewerq/ki is from Adi Tanqua-Milash/Tembien and they trace their roots to Agame Awraja of Tigray in Ethiopia.

Isayas's father used to work in Mekele, the capital of Tigray Province. Isayas's father used to work at the Ministry of Land Reform until his retirement. Until he died, those who knew him in Tigray used to identify him as "the man who wears a black suit, a black "cravat"/neck tie and a black hat."

Isayas's Mother Woz. Adanech Berhe is from Adwa in Tigray. This is also the birthplace of the father of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia.

Isayas's uncles (via his father) are: Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha, Captain Mekonnen Abraha, Ato Hagos Abraha.

Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha (Isayas's uncle) was the Enderassie/Governor of Wollo province in Ethiopia during the reign of Emperor Haileselassie. In 1964 (E.C.), ae Tigray cultural group based in Mekele visited Dessie, the Capital City of Wollo after their tour to Asmara. The Governor of Wollo at the time, Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha, (the Eritrean President's uncle), in a special dinner, organised in their honour expressed his pleasure and gratitude to the Cultural Group for their initiative of popularising the Tigrean folklore music and dances and he told them that he was a Tigrean himself.

Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha revealed to them that his own mother was from Agame Awraja in Beganta-Afeshum Woreda (sub-district) in a village called Qil-a-at" in Tigray, Ethiopia. He also told them that his father was from Tenbien in Tigray.

Navy Captain Mekonnen Abraha was "married" to the daughter of Dejazmatch Ghebray, who was a student at Empress Menen School in Addis Ababa and he is believed to have children from her. Ato Hagos Abraha was a student at Teferi Mekonnen School in Addis Ababa in the mid 1940s. He discontinued his studies due to ill health and later died when he was working at the National Bank in Addis Ababa.

...Isayas's grandmother (on his mother's side) is called Woz. Medhin "Berad" and she is from Adwa in Tigray. She is the sister of Fitawrari Kidane Mesel.

It is also alleged that Fitawrari Kidane is the father of either Ato Kassahun or Ato Yemane Kidane (otherwise known as "Jamaica") of the TPLF/EPRDF ruling group of Ethiopia. If this is true, it implies that Ato "Jamaica" and Isayas Afewerki of Eritrea are in a sense brothers by our Eritrean/Ethiopian definition but a cousin in Western sense. It is also said that some of the closest people around Isayas Afewerki also have a Tigrean blood. In short, many of those who are fanatic anti-Ethiopia in Asmara are mainly Tigreans/Ethiopians by origin and those who have had strong links and connections with Tigray, in particular, and Ethiopia, in general.

Isayas's aunt (the sister of Isayas's mother) is called Woz. Hana. She is the wife of Ato Belay. Both Woz. Hana and Ato Belay are from Adwa. It is alleged that their children are living in Sweden.

Isayas's uncle (on his mother's side) is married to a woman from Adwa and has a daughter named Woz. Zewdi, who is now said to be living in Germany.

From the above information, the only "Eritreanness" of Isayas Afewerki is that he was born in Eritrean soil and he is married to Woz. Saba Haile of Shimezana of Eritrea.

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