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UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by present » 17 Jun 2019, 00:40

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HAC 2019 Home » Eastern and Southern Africa » Eritrea Last updated: 09 January 2019
Map of Eritrea
UNICEF photo: Two girls © UNICEF Eritrea/2018/Rabindra Giri Two young children from the Tsaeda-Christian community in Eritrea.
Eritrea

In 2019, UNICEF and partners plan for:

300,000
children under 5 years provided with vitamin A supplementation
110,000
children immunized against measles
60,000
people accessing safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
2019 requirements: US$14,243,000

Nutrition
Health
WASH
Child protection/
social protection
Education
Communication for
development/risk
communications
Sector coordination
A B
Nutrition $6,350,000
Health $1,820,000
WASH $3,000,000
Child protection/social protection $1,650,000
Education $1,153,000
Communication for development/risk communications $108,000
Sector coordination $162,000
DONATE NOW
Snapshot
Total people in need: Not available
Total children (<18) in need: Not available

Total people to be reached: 528,750
Total children to be reached: 494,800

Eritrea is characterized by harsh climatic conditions, including cyclical drought, which affects groundwater resources, and flooding during rainy seasons. These events exacerbate the vulnerability of communities, making it difficult for families to fully recover from the effects of one emergency before another strikes. In recent years, the country’s climatic conditions have tested the coping capacities of the population, which is largely dependent (80 per cent) on subsistence agriculture.1 In 2010, half of all children under 5 years were stunted,2 and children are affected by sporadic outbreaks of diarrhoea and measles. The risk of landmines and explosive remnants of war continues to affect border communities, particularly children. Some 300,000 children are out of school, with the majority of out-of-school children from nomadic communities that are vulnerable to natural disasters.3 In July 2018, following the signing of the Joint Declaration of Peace and Friendship by Ethiopia and Eritrea, tensions softened significantly between the neighbouring countries, and in November 2018, the United Nations Security Council lifted sanctions against Eritrea.

Humanitarian strategy

2019 programme targets
Nutrition

15,000 children under 5 years treated for SAM
300,000 children under 5 years provided with vitamin A supplementation
40,000 children under 5 years treated for MAM
Health

110,000 children immunized against measles
65,000 children affected by diarrhoea having access to life-saving curative interventions
WASH

60,000 people accessing safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
60,000 people accessing safe and appropriate sanitation facilities
Child protection

100,000 children receiving critical protection services/mine risk education
1,000 vulnerable households receiving cash transfers
Education

4,800 school-aged children accessing quality education, including through temporary structures5
In 2019, UNICEF and partners will mainstream humanitarian preparedness planning and response within regular programmes to reach children in need in Eritrea. Integrated and multi-sectoral approaches will be used to deliver life-saving interventions. For example, the provision of safe water and sanitation to affected populations will be used as an entry point to reducing stunting among children under 5 years, and the nutrition response will focus on the integrated management of acute malnutrition. UNICEF will reach communities in hard-to-reach areas with integrated services using mobile outreach clinics. Local communities will be supported to strengthen their capacities to manage common childhood illnesses, including diarrhoea, and promote positive health-seeking behaviours, such as handwashing and other hygiene practices. UNICEF will also prioritize strengthening health systems and improving immunization coverage. Out-of-school children, particularly in nomadic and semi-nomadic communities, will be reached through a back-to-learning campaign. UNICEF will provide basic services, such as education, health care, psychosocial support and cash grants, to strengthen community resilience, protect children on the move and build the life skills of adolescents in danger of irregular migration. Mine risk education and other critical life-saving interventions will target schoolchildren in communities at risk of landmines and unexploded remnants of war.

Results from 2018

As of 31 October 2018, UNICEF had US$10.9 million available against the US$14 million appeal (78 per cent funded).4 UNICEF and the Ministry of Health supported the training of 570 volunteers to promote infant and young child feeding practices and active case finding for children with acute malnutrition. As a result, over 32,000 children with moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) and nearly 13,000 children with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) received treatment. Over 265,000 children received vitamin A supplementation, and this figure is likely to reach 500,000 by the end of the ongoing measles-rubella vaccination campaign. In addition, some 38,000 children and women in hard-to-reach areas received supplementary feeding; more than 32,000 children affected by diarrhoea received life-saving treatment; and over 11,000 pregnant and lactating women received antenatal and postnatal services. UNICEF also supported the Ministry of Health to identify gaps in the health response and mainstream risk communication into national health promotion policy. In partnership with the Water Resources Department, UNICEF supported over 21,000 people with access to safe water, and some 67,000 people received information on appropriate hygiene practices. Over 97,800 children from at-risk communities received mine risk education, and over 6,700 children from nomadic communities gained access to education.

UNICEF 2018 target UNICEF 2018 results
NUTRITION
Children under 5 years with SAM admitted for treatment 15,000 12,625
Children aged 6 to 59 months provided with vitamin A supplementation 477,000 265,067
Children under 5 years with MAM admitted for treatment 40,000 32,068
Children aged 6 to 59 months and pregnant and lactating women benefited from supplementary feeding 70,000 38,000
HEALTH
Children under 5 years immunized against measles 110,000 98,074
Children affected by diarrhoea having access to life-saving curative interventions 65,000 32,105
Pregnant and lactating women and newborns in hard-to-reach areas reached with comprehensive antenatal and postnatal services 35,000 11,318
WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE
People accessing the agreed quantity of safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene 65,000 21,790
People supported to adopt appropriate hygiene practices 60,000 67,000
CHILD PROTECTION
Children in areas affected by landmines and other explosive weapons provided with relevant prevention interventions 90,000 97,800
Children with disabilities including those affected by landmines accessing appropriate services 10,000 5,371
EDUCATION (i)
Children aged 3 to 18 years accessing formal or non-formal basic education (i.e., early childhood development and primary and secondary education) 15,000 6,785
CASH-BASED TRANSFERS

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by pastlast » 17 Jun 2019, 02:27

Where is YEMANE the LIAR MINISTER of DISINFORMATION to POST HOW THEY HAVE ACHIEVED FOOD SECURITY? With Zmeselo Posting His LIES again HERE as if BEing ABLE to FEED your COUNTRY is A MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT..!!!

EVERY COUNTRY in AFRICA FEEDS their POPULATION with a COMBINATION OF HOME-GROWN AGRICULTURE, PURHCASED FOOD, AND FOOD AID!!

ISAIAS is a LIAR and HIS FOLLOWERS ARE LIARS WITH AN EGO!....POSING THEIR TOILETPAPER FILLED AS.SHOLE AS IF THEY ARE CLEAN!...



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17 Jun 2019, 00:40
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HAC 2019 Home » Eastern and Southern Africa » Eritrea Last updated: 09 January 2019
Map of Eritrea
UNICEF photo: Two girls © UNICEF Eritrea/2018/Rabindra Giri Two young children from the Tsaeda-Christian community in Eritrea.
Eritrea

In 2019, UNICEF and partners plan for:

300,000
children under 5 years provided with vitamin A supplementation
110,000
children immunized against measles
60,000
people accessing safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
2019 requirements: US$14,243,000

Nutrition
Health
WASH
Child protection/
social protection
Education
Communication for
development/risk
communications
Sector coordination
A B
Nutrition $6,350,000
Health $1,820,000
WASH $3,000,000
Child protection/social protection $1,650,000
Education $1,153,000
Communication for development/risk communications $108,000
Sector coordination $162,000
DONATE NOW
Snapshot
Total people in need: Not available
Total children (<18) in need: Not available

Total people to be reached: 528,750
Total children to be reached: 494,800

Eritrea is characterized by harsh climatic conditions, including cyclical drought, which affects groundwater resources, and flooding during rainy seasons. These events exacerbate the vulnerability of communities, making it difficult for families to fully recover from the effects of one emergency before another strikes. In recent years, the country’s climatic conditions have tested the coping capacities of the population, which is largely dependent (80 per cent) on subsistence agriculture.1 In 2010, half of all children under 5 years were stunted,2 and children are affected by sporadic outbreaks of diarrhoea and measles. The risk of landmines and explosive remnants of war continues to affect border communities, particularly children. Some 300,000 children are out of school, with the majority of out-of-school children from nomadic communities that are vulnerable to natural disasters.3 In July 2018, following the signing of the Joint Declaration of Peace and Friendship by Ethiopia and Eritrea, tensions softened significantly between the neighbouring countries, and in November 2018, the United Nations Security Council lifted sanctions against Eritrea.

Humanitarian strategy

2019 programme targets
Nutrition

15,000 children under 5 years treated for SAM
300,000 children under 5 years provided with vitamin A supplementation
40,000 children under 5 years treated for MAM
Health

110,000 children immunized against measles
65,000 children affected by diarrhoea having access to life-saving curative interventions
WASH

60,000 people accessing safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
60,000 people accessing safe and appropriate sanitation facilities
Child protection

100,000 children receiving critical protection services/mine risk education
1,000 vulnerable households receiving cash transfers
Education

4,800 school-aged children accessing quality education, including through temporary structures5
In 2019, UNICEF and partners will mainstream humanitarian preparedness planning and response within regular programmes to reach children in need in Eritrea. Integrated and multi-sectoral approaches will be used to deliver life-saving interventions. For example, the provision of safe water and sanitation to affected populations will be used as an entry point to reducing stunting among children under 5 years, and the nutrition response will focus on the integrated management of acute malnutrition. UNICEF will reach communities in hard-to-reach areas with integrated services using mobile outreach clinics. Local communities will be supported to strengthen their capacities to manage common childhood illnesses, including diarrhoea, and promote positive health-seeking behaviours, such as handwashing and other hygiene practices. UNICEF will also prioritize strengthening health systems and improving immunization coverage. Out-of-school children, particularly in nomadic and semi-nomadic communities, will be reached through a back-to-learning campaign. UNICEF will provide basic services, such as education, health care, psychosocial support and cash grants, to strengthen community resilience, protect children on the move and build the life skills of adolescents in danger of irregular migration. Mine risk education and other critical life-saving interventions will target schoolchildren in communities at risk of landmines and unexploded remnants of war.

Results from 2018

As of 31 October 2018, UNICEF had US$10.9 million available against the US$14 million appeal (78 per cent funded).4 UNICEF and the Ministry of Health supported the training of 570 volunteers to promote infant and young child feeding practices and active case finding for children with acute malnutrition. As a result, over 32,000 children with moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) and nearly 13,000 children with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) received treatment. Over 265,000 children received vitamin A supplementation, and this figure is likely to reach 500,000 by the end of the ongoing measles-rubella vaccination campaign. In addition, some 38,000 children and women in hard-to-reach areas received supplementary feeding; more than 32,000 children affected by diarrhoea received life-saving treatment; and over 11,000 pregnant and lactating women received antenatal and postnatal services. UNICEF also supported the Ministry of Health to identify gaps in the health response and mainstream risk communication into national health promotion policy. In partnership with the Water Resources Department, UNICEF supported over 21,000 people with access to safe water, and some 67,000 people received information on appropriate hygiene practices. Over 97,800 children from at-risk communities received mine risk education, and over 6,700 children from nomadic communities gained access to education.

UNICEF 2018 target UNICEF 2018 results
NUTRITION
Children under 5 years with SAM admitted for treatment 15,000 12,625
Children aged 6 to 59 months provided with vitamin A supplementation 477,000 265,067
Children under 5 years with MAM admitted for treatment 40,000 32,068
Children aged 6 to 59 months and pregnant and lactating women benefited from supplementary feeding 70,000 38,000
HEALTH
Children under 5 years immunized against measles 110,000 98,074
Children affected by diarrhoea having access to life-saving curative interventions 65,000 32,105
Pregnant and lactating women and newborns in hard-to-reach areas reached with comprehensive antenatal and postnatal services 35,000 11,318
WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE
People accessing the agreed quantity of safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene 65,000 21,790
People supported to adopt appropriate hygiene practices 60,000 67,000
CHILD PROTECTION
Children in areas affected by landmines and other explosive weapons provided with relevant prevention interventions 90,000 97,800
Children with disabilities including those affected by landmines accessing appropriate services 10,000 5,371
EDUCATION (i)
Children aged 3 to 18 years accessing formal or non-formal basic education (i.e., early childhood development and primary and secondary education) 15,000 6,785
CASH-BASED TRANSFERS

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by present » 17 Jun 2019, 09:22

Well, we can't expect ascaris to admit this. Mind you, this starvation is going on in 2019, as we speak

Even if esayas himself say this on the national TV, they still would deny it :lol: :lol: :lol:

pastlast wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 02:27
Where is YEMANE the LIAR MINISTER of DISINFORMATION to POST HOW THEY HAVE ACHIEVED FOOD SECURITY? With Zmeselo Posting His LIES again HERE as if BEing ABLE to FEED your COUNTRY is A MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT..!!!

EVERY COUNTRY in AFRICA FEEDS their POPULATION with a COMBINATION OF HOME-GROWN AGRICULTURE, PURHCASED FOOD, AND FOOD AID!!

ISAIAS is a LIAR and HIS FOLLOWERS ARE LIARS WITH AN EGO!....POSING THEIR TOILETPAPER FILLED AS.SHOLE AS IF THEY ARE CLEAN!...



present wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 00:40
https://www.unicef.org/appeals/eritrea.html




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HAC 2019 Home » Eastern and Southern Africa » Eritrea Last updated: 09 January 2019
Map of Eritrea
UNICEF photo: Two girls © UNICEF Eritrea/2018/Rabindra Giri Two young children from the Tsaeda-Christian community in Eritrea.
Eritrea

In 2019, UNICEF and partners plan for:

300,000
children under 5 years provided with vitamin A supplementation
110,000
children immunized against measles
60,000
people accessing safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
2019 requirements: US$14,243,000

Nutrition
Health
WASH
Child protection/
social protection
Education
Communication for
development/risk
communications
Sector coordination
A B
Nutrition $6,350,000
Health $1,820,000
WASH $3,000,000
Child protection/social protection $1,650,000
Education $1,153,000
Communication for development/risk communications $108,000
Sector coordination $162,000
DONATE NOW
Snapshot
Total people in need: Not available
Total children (<18) in need: Not available

Total people to be reached: 528,750
Total children to be reached: 494,800

Eritrea is characterized by harsh climatic conditions, including cyclical drought, which affects groundwater resources, and flooding during rainy seasons. These events exacerbate the vulnerability of communities, making it difficult for families to fully recover from the effects of one emergency before another strikes. In recent years, the country’s climatic conditions have tested the coping capacities of the population, which is largely dependent (80 per cent) on subsistence agriculture.1 In 2010, half of all children under 5 years were stunted,2 and children are affected by sporadic outbreaks of diarrhoea and measles. The risk of landmines and explosive remnants of war continues to affect border communities, particularly children. Some 300,000 children are out of school, with the majority of out-of-school children from nomadic communities that are vulnerable to natural disasters.3 In July 2018, following the signing of the Joint Declaration of Peace and Friendship by Ethiopia and Eritrea, tensions softened significantly between the neighbouring countries, and in November 2018, the United Nations Security Council lifted sanctions against Eritrea.

Humanitarian strategy

2019 programme targets
Nutrition

15,000 children under 5 years treated for SAM
300,000 children under 5 years provided with vitamin A supplementation
40,000 children under 5 years treated for MAM
Health

110,000 children immunized against measles
65,000 children affected by diarrhoea having access to life-saving curative interventions
WASH

60,000 people accessing safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
60,000 people accessing safe and appropriate sanitation facilities
Child protection

100,000 children receiving critical protection services/mine risk education
1,000 vulnerable households receiving cash transfers
Education

4,800 school-aged children accessing quality education, including through temporary structures5
In 2019, UNICEF and partners will mainstream humanitarian preparedness planning and response within regular programmes to reach children in need in Eritrea. Integrated and multi-sectoral approaches will be used to deliver life-saving interventions. For example, the provision of safe water and sanitation to affected populations will be used as an entry point to reducing stunting among children under 5 years, and the nutrition response will focus on the integrated management of acute malnutrition. UNICEF will reach communities in hard-to-reach areas with integrated services using mobile outreach clinics. Local communities will be supported to strengthen their capacities to manage common childhood illnesses, including diarrhoea, and promote positive health-seeking behaviours, such as handwashing and other hygiene practices. UNICEF will also prioritize strengthening health systems and improving immunization coverage. Out-of-school children, particularly in nomadic and semi-nomadic communities, will be reached through a back-to-learning campaign. UNICEF will provide basic services, such as education, health care, psychosocial support and cash grants, to strengthen community resilience, protect children on the move and build the life skills of adolescents in danger of irregular migration. Mine risk education and other critical life-saving interventions will target schoolchildren in communities at risk of landmines and unexploded remnants of war.

Results from 2018

As of 31 October 2018, UNICEF had US$10.9 million available against the US$14 million appeal (78 per cent funded).4 UNICEF and the Ministry of Health supported the training of 570 volunteers to promote infant and young child feeding practices and active case finding for children with acute malnutrition. As a result, over 32,000 children with moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) and nearly 13,000 children with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) received treatment. Over 265,000 children received vitamin A supplementation, and this figure is likely to reach 500,000 by the end of the ongoing measles-rubella vaccination campaign. In addition, some 38,000 children and women in hard-to-reach areas received supplementary feeding; more than 32,000 children affected by diarrhoea received life-saving treatment; and over 11,000 pregnant and lactating women received antenatal and postnatal services. UNICEF also supported the Ministry of Health to identify gaps in the health response and mainstream risk communication into national health promotion policy. In partnership with the Water Resources Department, UNICEF supported over 21,000 people with access to safe water, and some 67,000 people received information on appropriate hygiene practices. Over 97,800 children from at-risk communities received mine risk education, and over 6,700 children from nomadic communities gained access to education.

UNICEF 2018 target UNICEF 2018 results
NUTRITION
Children under 5 years with SAM admitted for treatment 15,000 12,625
Children aged 6 to 59 months provided with vitamin A supplementation 477,000 265,067
Children under 5 years with MAM admitted for treatment 40,000 32,068
Children aged 6 to 59 months and pregnant and lactating women benefited from supplementary feeding 70,000 38,000
HEALTH
Children under 5 years immunized against measles 110,000 98,074
Children affected by diarrhoea having access to life-saving curative interventions 65,000 32,105
Pregnant and lactating women and newborns in hard-to-reach areas reached with comprehensive antenatal and postnatal services 35,000 11,318
WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE
People accessing the agreed quantity of safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene 65,000 21,790
People supported to adopt appropriate hygiene practices 60,000 67,000
CHILD PROTECTION
Children in areas affected by landmines and other explosive weapons provided with relevant prevention interventions 90,000 97,800
Children with disabilities including those affected by landmines accessing appropriate services 10,000 5,371
EDUCATION (i)
Children aged 3 to 18 years accessing formal or non-formal basic education (i.e., early childhood development and primary and secondary education) 15,000 6,785
CASH-BASED TRANSFERS

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by Cigar » 17 Jun 2019, 09:27

What is your point you filthy agame?
Here is the numbers from ethiopia.
Stop throwing rocks if you live in glass house.


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In 2019, UNICEF and partners plan for:
503,696
children under 5 years with SAM admitted for treatment

1,850,000
people accessing sufficient water of appropriate quality and quantity for drinking,cooking and maintaining personal hygiene

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by Zmeselo » 17 Jun 2019, 10:03

First of all, it says nothing about food:
In 2019, UNICEF and partners plan for:

300,000
children under 5 years provided with vitamin A supplementation
110,000
children immunized against measles
60,000
people accessing safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
2019 requirements: US$14,243,000
Secondly, learn to Read Numbers. Millions? :oops:
Total people to be reached: 528,750
Total children to be reached: 494,800
Thirdly, deduce the usual- "administrative costs" & other BS from US$14,243,000 and Eritrea maybe recieved a tenth of that number.
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17 Jun 2019, 00:40
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HAC 2019 Home » Eastern and Southern Africa » Eritrea Last updated: 09 January 2019
Map of Eritrea
UNICEF photo: Two girls © UNICEF Eritrea/2018/Rabindra Giri Two young children from the Tsaeda-Christian community in Eritrea.
Eritrea

In 2019, UNICEF and partners plan for:

300,000
children under 5 years provided with vitamin A supplementation
110,000
children immunized against measles
60,000
people accessing safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
2019 requirements: US$14,243,000

Nutrition
Health
WASH
Child protection/
social protection
Education
Communication for
development/risk
communications
Sector coordination
A B
Nutrition $6,350,000
Health $1,820,000
WASH $3,000,000
Child protection/social protection $1,650,000
Education $1,153,000
Communication for development/risk communications $108,000
Sector coordination $162,000
DONATE NOW
Snapshot
Total people in need: Not available
Total children (<18) in need: Not available

Total people to be reached: 528,750
Total children to be reached: 494,800

Eritrea is characterized by harsh climatic conditions, including cyclical drought, which affects groundwater resources, and flooding during rainy seasons. These events exacerbate the vulnerability of communities, making it difficult for families to fully recover from the effects of one emergency before another strikes. In recent years, the country’s climatic conditions have tested the coping capacities of the population, which is largely dependent (80 per cent) on subsistence agriculture.1 In 2010, half of all children under 5 years were stunted,2 and children are affected by sporadic outbreaks of diarrhoea and measles. The risk of landmines and explosive remnants of war continues to affect border communities, particularly children. Some 300,000 children are out of school, with the majority of out-of-school children from nomadic communities that are vulnerable to natural disasters.3 In July 2018, following the signing of the Joint Declaration of Peace and Friendship by Ethiopia and Eritrea, tensions softened significantly between the neighbouring countries, and in November 2018, the United Nations Security Council lifted sanctions against Eritrea.

Humanitarian strategy

2019 programme targets
Nutrition

15,000 children under 5 years treated for SAM
300,000 children under 5 years provided with vitamin A supplementation
40,000 children under 5 years treated for MAM
Health

110,000 children immunized against measles
65,000 children affected by diarrhoea having access to life-saving curative interventions
WASH

60,000 people accessing safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
60,000 people accessing safe and appropriate sanitation facilities
Child protection

100,000 children receiving critical protection services/mine risk education
1,000 vulnerable households receiving cash transfers
Education

4,800 school-aged children accessing quality education, including through temporary structures5
In 2019, UNICEF and partners will mainstream humanitarian preparedness planning and response within regular programmes to reach children in need in Eritrea. Integrated and multi-sectoral approaches will be used to deliver life-saving interventions. For example, the provision of safe water and sanitation to affected populations will be used as an entry point to reducing stunting among children under 5 years, and the nutrition response will focus on the integrated management of acute malnutrition. UNICEF will reach communities in hard-to-reach areas with integrated services using mobile outreach clinics. Local communities will be supported to strengthen their capacities to manage common childhood illnesses, including diarrhoea, and promote positive health-seeking behaviours, such as handwashing and other hygiene practices. UNICEF will also prioritize strengthening health systems and improving immunization coverage. Out-of-school children, particularly in nomadic and semi-nomadic communities, will be reached through a back-to-learning campaign. UNICEF will provide basic services, such as education, health care, psychosocial support and cash grants, to strengthen community resilience, protect children on the move and build the life skills of adolescents in danger of irregular migration. Mine risk education and other critical life-saving interventions will target schoolchildren in communities at risk of landmines and unexploded remnants of war.

Results from 2018

As of 31 October 2018, UNICEF had US$10.9 million available against the US$14 million appeal (78 per cent funded).4 UNICEF and the Ministry of Health supported the training of 570 volunteers to promote infant and young child feeding practices and active case finding for children with acute malnutrition. As a result, over 32,000 children with moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) and nearly 13,000 children with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) received treatment. Over 265,000 children received vitamin A supplementation, and this figure is likely to reach 500,000 by the end of the ongoing measles-rubella vaccination campaign. In addition, some 38,000 children and women in hard-to-reach areas received supplementary feeding; more than 32,000 children affected by diarrhoea received life-saving treatment; and over 11,000 pregnant and lactating women received antenatal and postnatal services. UNICEF also supported the Ministry of Health to identify gaps in the health response and mainstream risk communication into national health promotion policy. In partnership with the Water Resources Department, UNICEF supported over 21,000 people with access to safe water, and some 67,000 people received information on appropriate hygiene practices. Over 97,800 children from at-risk communities received mine risk education, and over 6,700 children from nomadic communities gained access to education.

UNICEF 2018 target UNICEF 2018 results
NUTRITION
Children under 5 years with SAM admitted for treatment 15,000 12,625
Children aged 6 to 59 months provided with vitamin A supplementation 477,000 265,067
Children under 5 years with MAM admitted for treatment 40,000 32,068
Children aged 6 to 59 months and pregnant and lactating women benefited from supplementary feeding 70,000 38,000
HEALTH
Children under 5 years immunized against measles 110,000 98,074
Children affected by diarrhoea having access to life-saving curative interventions 65,000 32,105
Pregnant and lactating women and newborns in hard-to-reach areas reached with comprehensive antenatal and postnatal services 35,000 11,318
WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE
People accessing the agreed quantity of safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene 65,000 21,790
People supported to adopt appropriate hygiene practices 60,000 67,000
CHILD PROTECTION
Children in areas affected by landmines and other explosive weapons provided with relevant prevention interventions 90,000 97,800
Children with disabilities including those affected by landmines accessing appropriate services 10,000 5,371
EDUCATION (i)
Children aged 3 to 18 years accessing formal or non-formal basic education (i.e., early childhood development and primary and secondary education) 15,000 6,785
CASH-BASED TRANSFERS

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by Fed_Up » 17 Jun 2019, 11:45

Ouch!!

Please forgive my donkey. It has only lowest IQ than all animal kingdom. She always shoots her own foot.

Zmeselo wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 10:03
First of all, it says nothing about food:
In 2019, UNICEF and partners plan for:

300,000
children under 5 years provided with vitamin A supplementation
110,000
children immunized against measles
60,000
people accessing safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
2019 requirements: US$14,243,000
Secondly, learn to Read Numbers. Millions? :oops:
Total people to be reached: 528,750
Total children to be reached: 494,800
Thirdly, deduce the usual- "administrative costs" & other BS from US$14,243,000 and Eritrea maybe recieved a tenth of that number.
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https://www.unicef.org/appeals/eritrea.html




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HAC 2019 Home » Eastern and Southern Africa » Eritrea Last updated: 09 January 2019
Map of Eritrea
UNICEF photo: Two girls © UNICEF Eritrea/2018/Rabindra Giri Two young children from the Tsaeda-Christian community in Eritrea.
Eritrea

In 2019, UNICEF and partners plan for:

300,000
children under 5 years provided with vitamin A supplementation
110,000
children immunized against measles
60,000
people accessing safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
2019 requirements: US$14,243,000

Nutrition
Health
WASH
Child protection/
social protection
Education
Communication for
development/risk
communications
Sector coordination
A B
Nutrition $6,350,000
Health $1,820,000
WASH $3,000,000
Child protection/social protection $1,650,000
Education $1,153,000
Communication for development/risk communications $108,000
Sector coordination $162,000
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Snapshot
Total people in need: Not available
Total children (<18) in need: Not available

Total people to be reached: 528,750
Total children to be reached: 494,800

Eritrea is characterized by harsh climatic conditions, including cyclical drought, which affects groundwater resources, and flooding during rainy seasons. These events exacerbate the vulnerability of communities, making it difficult for families to fully recover from the effects of one emergency before another strikes. In recent years, the country’s climatic conditions have tested the coping capacities of the population, which is largely dependent (80 per cent) on subsistence agriculture.1 In 2010, half of all children under 5 years were stunted,2 and children are affected by sporadic outbreaks of diarrhoea and measles. The risk of landmines and explosive remnants of war continues to affect border communities, particularly children. Some 300,000 children are out of school, with the majority of out-of-school children from nomadic communities that are vulnerable to natural disasters.3 In July 2018, following the signing of the Joint Declaration of Peace and Friendship by Ethiopia and Eritrea, tensions softened significantly between the neighbouring countries, and in November 2018, the United Nations Security Council lifted sanctions against Eritrea.

Humanitarian strategy

2019 programme targets
Nutrition

15,000 children under 5 years treated for SAM
300,000 children under 5 years provided with vitamin A supplementation
40,000 children under 5 years treated for MAM
Health

110,000 children immunized against measles
65,000 children affected by diarrhoea having access to life-saving curative interventions
WASH

60,000 people accessing safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
60,000 people accessing safe and appropriate sanitation facilities
Child protection

100,000 children receiving critical protection services/mine risk education
1,000 vulnerable households receiving cash transfers
Education

4,800 school-aged children accessing quality education, including through temporary structures5
In 2019, UNICEF and partners will mainstream humanitarian preparedness planning and response within regular programmes to reach children in need in Eritrea. Integrated and multi-sectoral approaches will be used to deliver life-saving interventions. For example, the provision of safe water and sanitation to affected populations will be used as an entry point to reducing stunting among children under 5 years, and the nutrition response will focus on the integrated management of acute malnutrition. UNICEF will reach communities in hard-to-reach areas with integrated services using mobile outreach clinics. Local communities will be supported to strengthen their capacities to manage common childhood illnesses, including diarrhoea, and promote positive health-seeking behaviours, such as handwashing and other hygiene practices. UNICEF will also prioritize strengthening health systems and improving immunization coverage. Out-of-school children, particularly in nomadic and semi-nomadic communities, will be reached through a back-to-learning campaign. UNICEF will provide basic services, such as education, health care, psychosocial support and cash grants, to strengthen community resilience, protect children on the move and build the life skills of adolescents in danger of irregular migration. Mine risk education and other critical life-saving interventions will target schoolchildren in communities at risk of landmines and unexploded remnants of war.

Results from 2018

As of 31 October 2018, UNICEF had US$10.9 million available against the US$14 million appeal (78 per cent funded).4 UNICEF and the Ministry of Health supported the training of 570 volunteers to promote infant and young child feeding practices and active case finding for children with acute malnutrition. As a result, over 32,000 children with moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) and nearly 13,000 children with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) received treatment. Over 265,000 children received vitamin A supplementation, and this figure is likely to reach 500,000 by the end of the ongoing measles-rubella vaccination campaign. In addition, some 38,000 children and women in hard-to-reach areas received supplementary feeding; more than 32,000 children affected by diarrhoea received life-saving treatment; and over 11,000 pregnant and lactating women received antenatal and postnatal services. UNICEF also supported the Ministry of Health to identify gaps in the health response and mainstream risk communication into national health promotion policy. In partnership with the Water Resources Department, UNICEF supported over 21,000 people with access to safe water, and some 67,000 people received information on appropriate hygiene practices. Over 97,800 children from at-risk communities received mine risk education, and over 6,700 children from nomadic communities gained access to education.

UNICEF 2018 target UNICEF 2018 results
NUTRITION
Children under 5 years with SAM admitted for treatment 15,000 12,625
Children aged 6 to 59 months provided with vitamin A supplementation 477,000 265,067
Children under 5 years with MAM admitted for treatment 40,000 32,068
Children aged 6 to 59 months and pregnant and lactating women benefited from supplementary feeding 70,000 38,000
HEALTH
Children under 5 years immunized against measles 110,000 98,074
Children affected by diarrhoea having access to life-saving curative interventions 65,000 32,105
Pregnant and lactating women and newborns in hard-to-reach areas reached with comprehensive antenatal and postnatal services 35,000 11,318
WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE
People accessing the agreed quantity of safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene 65,000 21,790
People supported to adopt appropriate hygiene practices 60,000 67,000
CHILD PROTECTION
Children in areas affected by landmines and other explosive weapons provided with relevant prevention interventions 90,000 97,800
Children with disabilities including those affected by landmines accessing appropriate services 10,000 5,371
EDUCATION (i)
Children aged 3 to 18 years accessing formal or non-formal basic education (i.e., early childhood development and primary and secondary education) 15,000 6,785
CASH-BASED TRANSFERS

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by present » 17 Jun 2019, 13:25

Look at Ascari frash adashes
They are so illiterate, they can't understand the publication.

The words UNICEF used are:

"severe malnutrition","life saving interventions", "cyclical drought", etc.

You illiterate ascaris. :lol:

Malnutrition means:

"lack of proper nutrition, caused by not having enough to eat, not eating enough of the right things, or being unable to use the food that one does eat."

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by Fed_Up » 17 Jun 2019, 14:24

ወሽዬ

ፍራሹ አድሼ እናትህንደሽድሼ ወደቤት የምግባው አስካሪው ነኝ-- የአንተ ጌታ-- እናትህ ድግሞ ጌትዬ ነው እምትለኝ - አቤት ሸልዬ እላታለሁ እኔ ጌታህ:: ፍራሹ ላይ እናትህን ደሽዳሹ አስካሪ ነኝ.. your mom is good at doing this. She is pro .. I will feed her pure protein so she can build her skinny behind. She no longer need UN or food ration or as your illiterate agameWoch address it “safety Net” :mrgreen:



You wanna more starvin Marvin from your tribe?

present wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 13:25
Look at Ascari frash adashes
They are so illiterate, they can't understand the publication.

The words UNICEF used are:

"severe malnutrition","life saving interventions", "cyclical drought", etc.

You illiterate ascaris. :lol:

Malnutrition means:

"lack of proper nutrition, caused by not having enough to eat, not eating enough of the right things, or being unable to use the food that one does eat."

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by Zmeselo » 17 Jun 2019, 14:38

Arrogant & dumb!

A dangerous combination!

Vitamine supplements etc. are classified under nutrition, you fool.

They would've posted how many tons of grain- or whatever- Eritrea recieved if it was real starvation, as you want to paint it. You would've seen ships, unloading food in Assab or Massawa.

In Ethiopia, food aid, is a normal phenomenon. In Eritrea, we grow our own food.

Plus, inorder to recieve more funds, these orgs exaggerate their reporting a bit & paint an uglier picture than what's real & Eritrea just plays along.

Where're, otherwise, pics of starving children & the like?
present wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 13:25
Look at Ascari frash adashes
They are so illiterate, they can't understand the publication.

The words UNICEF used are:

"severe malnutrition","life saving interventions", "cyclical drought", etc.

You illiterate ascaris. :lol:

Malnutrition means:

"lack of proper nutrition, caused by not having enough to eat, not eating enough of the right things, or being unable to use the food that one does eat."

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by present » 17 Jun 2019, 16:38

:lol: :lol:

Ascari zemselo frash adash, you just an idiot. Actually, you all are experts in denying. You even deny your mom was a prostitue and she was not colonized :lol: :lol: :lol:

Now check this out!

" Hunger in Eritrea and the Country's Potential to Alleviate It. 0. By Staff Reports on August 2, 2017 World News. ERITREA — Eritrea, a relatively small country with a population of almost 4.8 million, has struggled with poverty, famine and malnutrition since independence in 1991."

Beginning in 2000, Mercy Corps carried out more than $40 million worth of assistance that alleviated hunger until they closed their operations at the request of the Government o

I didn't say the above. I swear I didn't say it :lol:

Just keep denying it, Ascari kkkkkkk

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by Zmeselo » 17 Jun 2019, 16:45

That's why the govt is building all these dams, you thick mofocker.

Who'se denying, there's difficulty in Eritrea? But still, we feed ourselves. Until you show me food cargo being unloaded to aid Eritreans, the exaggerations are just that. Exaggerations, to garner more money.

Plus, you should be ashamed of yourself; your country being the Mecca/eldorado for all sorts of aid agencies.
present wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 16:38
:lol: :lol:

Ascari zemselo frash adash, you just an idiot. Actually, you all are experts in denying. You even deny your mom was a prostitue and she was not colonized :lol: :lol: :lol:

Now check this out!

" Hunger in Eritrea and the Country's Potential to Alleviate It. 0. By Staff Reports on August 2, 2017 World News. ERITREA — Eritrea, a relatively small country with a population of almost 4.8 million, has struggled with poverty, famine and malnutrition since independence in 1991."

I didn't say the above. I swear I didn't say it :lol:

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by Zmeselo » 17 Jun 2019, 16:58

“What Eritrea was able to accomplish over the years is spectacular. Every success is the outcome of the community’s and government’s diligent commitment” Mr. Ibrahim Sambuli, UNFPA Rep. in Eritrea. UNFPA in Eritrea, “Leaving No One Behind”

Written by Asmait Futsumbrhan

http://shabait.com/articles/q-a-a/28729 ... ne-behind-

Articles - Q & A

UNFPA (United Nations Fund for Population 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. UNFPA in Eritrea has been working closely in alliance with the Eritrean government and community in the reduction of maternal death, fistula prevention and treatment, and youth empowerment. Eritrea is one of the few countries that have been able to tremendously reduce maternal death over the last 28 years.



Today, we talk to Mr. Ibrahim Sambuli, UNFPA representative in Eritrea. Mr. Sambuli has worked in Eritrea for three years. Now that he has been assigned to another country, he did a brief interview with Eritrea Profile regarding UNFPA’s work in Eritrea and his impression of the country.


Q. Thank you for your time, Mr. Ibrahim. Would you please tell us something about UNFPA?

A. This year, UNFPA is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The organization was created in 1969, the same year the UN General Assembly declared that parents have the exclusive right to determine freely and responsibly the number and spacing of their children. Also, UNFPA is marking its 25th year of its ground breaking Programme of Action where every pregnancy is wanted, every child birth is safe and every young person’s potential is realized. The program of action was adopted by 179 countries at the international conference on Population and Development in Cairo, in 1994. UNFPA advocates the realization of reproductive rights for all and access to a wide range of sexual and reproductive health services including voluntary family planning, maternal health care and comprehensive sexuality education. This is where our main focus comes in as a UN agency in Eritrea.

Q. UNFPA in Eritrea has been working in collaboration with the government. What did it include?

A. UNFPA started collaborating with Eritrea soon after its independence. We have been working in terms of five-year programs. Currently we are implementing the five-year program the UN and the Government of Eritrea have polished which begun in 2017 and will go on till 2021.

Some of the UNFPA’s main emphases are women and youth empowerment, health, and nutrition. UNFPA classifies its programs in to four components: Sexual and Reproductive Health which concentrates on availability of family planning methods and ensuring access to a full range of reproductive health. In this program the UNFPA also works for the adolescent health needs which comprises prevention and management of fistula.

Youth Empowerment is another aspect on which the UNFPA works closely with the government by forming links with the Ministry of Health as well as the National Union of Eritrean Youth and Students. This collaboration makes sure that the youth have access to high quality sexual and reproductive health information and youth-friendly health services, including gender-sensitive HIV prevention.

Another department is Gender Equality and Women Empowerment on which the UNFPA is working very closely with the National Union of Eritrean Women and the Youth Association. The last one is the work the organization has been carrying on in partnership with the Ministry of Development, especially with the National Statics Office. This is where we work with the government on data generation, management and dissemination.

Q. UNFPA’s commitment to work alongside the government in Fistula treatment and Prevention as well as the reduction of mother and child mortality.

A. Eritrea is one of the few countries that were able to register great achievement in maternal health. On the 2015 millennium goals report, maternal mortality rates diminished from 170 out of 100,000 live births to 352 in 1990. Infant mortality also dropped from 93 out of 100,000 child births to 34 in 1990. Mortality of children less than five years of age dropped from 151 per 100,000 live births to 47 in 1990. This is an achievement that very few countries are able to accomplish. The Ministry of Health, with all its partners as well as the community’s commitment, was what made it a success.

Besides, UNFPA has been involved in fistula campaigns since 2003. Since every country individually selects a date to commemorate International Fistula Day, the MOH remembered the day on the 11th of June. This is an event when we remind the community that Fistula can be prevented and treated. Its major causes are underage marriage which leads to problems during birth as the body isn’t strong enough to push out a baby. The main challenge of people experiencing Fistula is keeping it to themselves. They are ashamed to go to hospital or tell people about it. We have seen women who had lived with Fistula for almost thirty years. Nonetheless, Eritrea has done well in this department as well. Currently, women are sharing their stories openly and encouraging others to get treated. Over 1500 women had successful obstetric fistula surgeries. Those who were still capable of having kids had other kids successfully.

The MOH has worked with great determination regarding the prevention and management of Fistula by providing specialists in Mendefera Hospital so that people from all over the country are assisted. Most of the work is done by Eritrean nationals.

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. Of course, we can provide the resources, technical support, but all means nothing if there is no help from the community. This is something I want to commend -- the government, community, all ministries and partners; they have given their hearts to achieve the goals.

Q. Recently, Eritrea has hosted the East African Regional Consultation of youth for peace and security in Africa. What are your thoughts, Mr. Ibrahim?

A. This is what the UNFPA advocates for, empowerment of young people to go through education and be able to make their own decision. The youth in the region have greatly contributed in nation building and developing themselves which I think is very important. UNFPA mostly targets the youth and adolescent reproductive health. The youth have to be informed to be in a position to make a responsible decision, to gain confidence to discuss their needs and how they can be involved in planning and implementation of programs with the policy makers.

Q. UNFPA’s future plans in Eritrea.

A. We have a five-year work frame. UNFPA is already working on the plan that started in 2017which is going to end in 2021. The organization is going to maintain the consistency of what has already been achieved through the millennium goals. It is planning to expand on working with the different ministries. UNFPA, alongside the government of Eritrea, is going to work hard in reaching areas which are hard to reach. Also, the organization is helping the MOH to manage their maternity waiting homes. These homes were built by the community to help women from rural areas in delivery close to a hospital where they can be assisted by a professional. We are also working to set operating station near the maternity waiting homes with the MoH’s HRD office, and we are working together to make sure that they have sufficient equipment with at least one gynecologist, anesthetic and midwives in each of the centers.

Q. Mr. Ibrahim, would you please share with us your impression of the country over the three years you have stayed?

A . When you look at Eritreans, they give you the true meaning of self-reliance and resilience. In all my interaction, people have given me the best and welcomed me into their homes. Eritreans are friendly and and make you fell at home. I am being reassigned to another country. However, I will be back to see Asmara and the friends I have made over the years. One of the things that amazes me about the country is its security. I have never been stopped anywhere by anyone. Unlike many countries, here, I was able to walk peacefully any time I wanted. I am grateful to have the experience.

Q. Any last remarks you would like to add before we conclude our interview?

A. I only have three words. Tell your story. Eritrea needs to tell its story to the world. It has to show the many good things happening here. The media should highlight all the postive things which are happening in the country. If you light a candle under the table it won’t light up the room. There are many candles lit but they need to be out there. Eritreans need to sell the right image of Eritrea. People need to know that a country like Eritrea has something to offer. Many things are happening here not because organizations like UNFPA are helping out but because of the undying commitment of the community.

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by present » 17 Jun 2019, 17:10

Ascari zemselo frash adash, I always tell you that you are really an idiot. Now, you see the reason. You asked; here I will give to your as's.

Here is the food being unloaded:

"Eritrea currently meets only a third of its estimated food and the other two-third needs are being met by international food aid programs."

Ouch..... holy snap :lol: :lol: :lol: Ascari Kkkkkk

I told you are an illiterate. You could not understand UNICEF's report
Zmeselo wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 16:45
That's why the govt is building all these dams, you thick mofocker.

Who'se denying, there's difficulty in Eritrea? But still, we feed ourselves. Until you show me food cargo being unloaded to aid Eritreans, the exaggerations are just that. Exaggerations, to garner more money.

Plus, you should be ashamed of yourself; your country being the Mecca/eldorado for all sorts of aid agencies.
present wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 16:38
:lol: :lol:

Ascari zemselo frash adash, you just an idiot. Actually, you all are experts in denying. You even deny your mom was a prostitue and she was not colonized :lol: :lol: :lol:

Now check this out!

" Hunger in Eritrea and the Country's Potential to Alleviate It. 0. By Staff Reports on August 2, 2017 World News. ERITREA — Eritrea, a relatively small country with a population of almost 4.8 million, has struggled with poverty, famine and malnutrition since independence in 1991."

I didn't say the above. I swear I didn't say it :lol:
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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by molover » 17 Jun 2019, 17:14

Zmeselo wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 16:45
That's why the govt is building all these dams, you thick mofocker.

Who'se denying, there's difficulty in Eritrea? But still, we feed ourselves. Until you show me food cargo being unloaded to aid Eritreans, the exaggerations are just that. Exaggerations, to garner more money.

Plus, you should be ashamed of yourself; your country being the Mecca/eldorado for all sorts of aid agencies.
present wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 16:38
:lol: :lol:

Ascari zemselo frash adash, you just an idiot. Actually, you all are experts in denying. You even deny your mom was a prostitue and she was not colonized :lol: :lol: :lol:

Now check this out!

" Hunger in Eritrea and the Country's Potential to Alleviate It. 0. By Staff Reports on August 2, 2017 World News. ERITREA — Eritrea, a relatively small country with a population of almost 4.8 million, has struggled with poverty, famine and malnutrition since independence in 1991."

I didn't say the above. I swear I didn't say it :lol:
Every Time Brother Askari frash adash Present Opens His Mouth The Patriotic Shabo brothers pie in his Mouth😀

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by present » 17 Jun 2019, 17:22

Ascari,
Obviously, I am schooling your Ascari frash adash brother. He is pretty stupi'd. He denied that there is food aid being unloaded in your shi't hole. But, NO, I shut his as's down with the fact

Can you read Ascari? Go back and re-read my previous comment. He lost his own argument as usual

Are you just another Ascari who can't understand professionally written documents. I thought it was just Ascari zemselo and Ascari fa'g_up :lol:

Anbeta qorchame :lol: :lol:


molover wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 17:14
Zmeselo wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 16:45
That's why the govt is building all these dams, you thick mofocker.

Who'se denying, there's difficulty in Eritrea? But still, we feed ourselves. Until you show me food cargo being unloaded to aid Eritreans, the exaggerations are just that. Exaggerations, to garner more money.

Plus, you should be ashamed of yourself; your country being the Mecca/eldorado for all sorts of aid agencies.
present wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 16:38
:lol: :lol:

Ascari zemselo frash adash, you just an idiot. Actually, you all are experts in denying. You even deny your mom was a prostitue and she was not colonized :lol: :lol: :lol:

Now check this out!

" Hunger in Eritrea and the Country's Potential to Alleviate It. 0. By Staff Reports on August 2, 2017 World News. ERITREA — Eritrea, a relatively small country with a population of almost 4.8 million, has struggled with poverty, famine and malnutrition since independence in 1991."

I didn't say the above. I swear I didn't say it :lol:
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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by Zmeselo » 17 Jun 2019, 18:15

How stupid are you?

I told you they've to say this, if money is to continue to flow into their coffers. And there're those, like you, who enjoy smearing the country so they come up with all sorts of teret teret stories.

While the reality: is this!
In May 2018, the Government of Eritrea donated 40,000 tons of food to South Sudan. The country has already pledged 50,000 tons of food aid for the people of South Sudan in 2017.


Now don't force me to post Ethiopian data, the so called 3000 year empire.
present wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 17:10
Ascari zemselo frash adash, I always tell you that you are really an idiot. Now, you see the reason. You asked; here I will give to your as's.

Here is the food being unloaded:

"Eritrea currently meets only a third of its estimated food and the other two-third needs are being met by international food aid programs."

Ouch..... holy snap :lol: :lol: :lol: Ascari Kkkkkk

I told you are an illiterate. You could not understand UNICEF's report
Zmeselo wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 16:45
That's why the govt is building all these dams, you thick mofocker.

Who'se denying, there's difficulty in Eritrea? But still, we feed ourselves. Until you show me food cargo being unloaded to aid Eritreans, the exaggerations are just that. Exaggerations, to garner more money.

Plus, you should be ashamed of yourself; your country being the Mecca/eldorado for all sorts of aid agencies.
present wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 16:38
:lol: :lol:

Ascari zemselo frash adash, you just an idiot. Actually, you all are experts in denying. You even deny your mom was a prostitue and she was not colonized :lol: :lol: :lol:

Now check this out!

" Hunger in Eritrea and the Country's Potential to Alleviate It. 0. By Staff Reports on August 2, 2017 World News. ERITREA — Eritrea, a relatively small country with a population of almost 4.8 million, has struggled with poverty, famine and malnutrition since independence in 1991."

I didn't say the above. I swear I didn't say it :lol:

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by present » 17 Jun 2019, 19:18

Ascari frahs adash cockroach qorchame zemselo,

That's is not from the US government, buddy. And not from USaid

How about this, you stupi'd Ascari.... I will get you more and more.

Deny this too :lol: :lol: :lol:


"DELEGATION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION TO ERITREA
In the port of Massawa the vessel "Atlantis Pride" is since May 3 unloading 23,750 MT of food aid provided for Eritrea by the European Commission (EC). This is the shipment of a contribution totaling 55,000 MT, which is part of the EC pledge to the drought appeal issued by the Government of Eritrea in November. The rest of the food aid will arrive in the end of June or beginning of July.

The food will be distributed by ERREC to the vulnerable people in the rural areas of South Red Sea, Northern Red Sea, Anseba and Maekel. In total 490,000 people are being supported by this EC food aid.

In total the European Union and the European Commission has up to date provided 37.5 million Euro to alleviate the current crisis in Eritrea. (see attached table)

By this contribution the European Union and the European Commission is continuing, as it has done during the last years, to help Eritrea in order to secure the lives of its people and to help them resume normal activities.

The European Commission also supports all efforts made by the Government and other actors in Eritrea to decrease food aid dependency and improve food security."


:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by Fed_Up » 17 Jun 2019, 20:58

ወሽዬ

“Source and date” will be requested. Your master, me, with you and stop embarrassing your low IQ self. I assure you, they will beat the carp donkey of you by handing them ammunition.

አይይይ የአህያ ነገር

No sophistication at all. Let me ወሼ you(beat) you before anyone does. Come donkey take it like real donkey hahaha



Eritrea: Food aid from the European Commission arriving in Massawa

REPORTfrom European Commission Published on 07 May 2003

DELEGATION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION TO ERITREA
In the port of Massawa the vessel "Atlantis Pride" is since May 3 unloading 23,750 MT of food aid provided for Eritrea by the European Commission (EC). This is the first shipment of a contribution totaling 55,000 MT, which is part of the EC pledge to the drought appeal issued by the Government of Eritrea in November 2002. The rest of the food aid will arrive in the end of June or beginning of July.

Source:
https://reliefweb.int/report/eritrea/er ... ng-massawa

present wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 19:18
Ascari frahs adash cockroach qorchame zemselo,

That's is not from the US government, buddy. And not from USaid

How about this, you stupi'd Ascari.... I will get you more and more.

Deny this too :lol: :lol: :lol:


"DELEGATION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION TO ERITREA
In the port of Massawa the vessel "Atlantis Pride" is since May 3 unloading 23,750 MT of food aid provided for Eritrea by the European Commission (EC). This is the shipment of a contribution totaling 55,000 MT, which is part of the EC pledge to the drought appeal issued by the Government of Eritrea in November. The rest of the food aid will arrive in the end of June or beginning of July.

The food will be distributed by ERREC to the vulnerable people in the rural areas of South Red Sea, Northern Red Sea, Anseba and Maekel. In total 490,000 people are being supported by this EC food aid.

In total the European Union and the European Commission has up to date provided 37.5 million Euro to alleviate the current crisis in Eritrea. (see attached table)

By this contribution the European Union and the European Commission is continuing, as it has done during the last years, to help Eritrea in order to secure the lives of its people and to help them resume normal activities.

The European Commission also supports all efforts made by the Government and other actors in Eritrea to decrease food aid dependency and improve food security."


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Zmeselo
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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by Zmeselo » 17 Jun 2019, 21:14

You f-n animal with no tail, who walks on two legs & lying mother-rapist: look at the date, you son of a pédophile:
Eritrea: Food aid from the European Commission arriving in Massawa

REPORT from European Commission Published

on 07 May 2003....https://reliefweb.int/report/eritrea/er ... ng-massawa
present wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 19:18
Ascari frahs adash cockroach qorchame zemselo,

That's is not from the US government, buddy. And not from USaid

How about this, you stupi'd Ascari.... I will get you more and more.

Deny this too :lol: :lol: :lol:


"DELEGATION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION TO ERITREA
In the port of Massawa the vessel "Atlantis Pride" is since May 3 unloading 23,750 MT of food aid provided for Eritrea by the European Commission (EC). This is the shipment of a contribution totaling 55,000 MT, which is part of the EC pledge to the drought appeal issued by the Government of Eritrea in November. The rest of the food aid will arrive in the end of June or beginning of July.

The food will be distributed by ERREC to the vulnerable people in the rural areas of South Red Sea, Northern Red Sea, Anseba and Maekel. In total 490,000 people are being supported by this EC food aid.

In total the European Union and the European Commission has up to date provided 37.5 million Euro to alleviate the current crisis in Eritrea. (see attached table)

By this contribution the European Union and the European Commission is continuing, as it has done during the last years, to help Eritrea in order to secure the lives of its people and to help them resume normal activities.

The European Commission also supports all efforts made by the Government and other actors in Eritrea to decrease food aid dependency and improve food security."


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present
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Re: UNICEF Feeding a Million Ascaris in 2019

Post by present » 17 Jun 2019, 21:48

I told you can't fck with me. No body can? :lol: :lol: :lol:

I am a mighty Ethiopian- of course!!

Zmeselo wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 21:14
You f-n animal with no tail, who walks on two legs & lying mother-rapist: look at the date, you son of a pédophile:
Eritrea: Food aid from the European Commission arriving in Massawa

REPORT from European Commission Published

on 07 May 2003....https://reliefweb.int/report/eritrea/er ... ng-massawa
present wrote:
17 Jun 2019, 19:18
Ascari frahs adash cockroach qorchame zemselo,

That's is not from the US government, buddy. And not from USaid

How about this, you stupi'd Ascari.... I will get you more and more.

Deny this too :lol: :lol: :lol:


"DELEGATION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION TO ERITREA
In the port of Massawa the vessel "Atlantis Pride" is since May 3 unloading 23,750 MT of food aid provided for Eritrea by the European Commission (EC). This is the shipment of a contribution totaling 55,000 MT, which is part of the EC pledge to the drought appeal issued by the Government of Eritrea in November. The rest of the food aid will arrive in the end of June or beginning of July.

The food will be distributed by ERREC to the vulnerable people in the rural areas of South Red Sea, Northern Red Sea, Anseba and Maekel. In total 490,000 people are being supported by this EC food aid.

In total the European Union and the European Commission has up to date provided 37.5 million Euro to alleviate the current crisis in Eritrea. (see attached table)

By this contribution the European Union and the European Commission is continuing, as it has done during the last years, to help Eritrea in order to secure the lives of its people and to help them resume normal activities.

The European Commission also supports all efforts made by the Government and other actors in Eritrea to decrease food aid dependency and improve food security."


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