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Post by Temt » 20 Sep 2021, 23:04

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Post by Temt » 21 Sep 2021, 10:59

ሓበሬታ ካብ ሚኒስትሪ ጥዕና
Sep 21, 2021



ሎሚ ኣብ መወሸቢ ማእከላት ዞባ ዓንሰባ ብዝተገብረ ናይ ላቦራቶሪ መርመራታት፡ 6 ዜጋታት ካብ ከረን ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ምልካፎም ተረጋጊጹ’ሎ።

እዚ ከም’ዚ’ሉ እንከሎ፡ ኮሮና ቫይረስ ተረኺብዎ ኣብ ሆስፒታል ዞባ ማእከል ተዓቚቡ ክንክን ክግበረሉ ዝጸንሐ ሓደ ዜጋ፡ ሓውዩ ክፋኖ እንከሎ፡ ወዲ 89 ዓመት ዜጋ ድማ ብሞት ተፈልዩ’ሎ።

በዚ መሰረት፡ ጠቕላላ ቊጽሪ ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ዝተለኽፉ ዜጋታት ክሳብ ሎሚ 6680 በጺሑ’ሎ። 6,625 ካብ’ዚኦም ሓውዮም ዝተፋነዉ፡ 41 ብሞት ዝተፈልዩ፡ 14 ድማ ገና ኣብ ሆስፒታላት ተዓቚቦም ዝርከቡ’ዮም።

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Post by Temt » 22 Sep 2021, 12:07

Water Conservation Projects in Eritrea
by Simon Woldemichael
Sep 22, 2021



Fueled by climate change and the ever-increasing demands for water, the growing scarcity, and variability in water resources have made water conservation a top priority for countries. Although Eritrea is not blessed with abundant water resources, the availability of surface and groundwater has increased in recent years because of the government’s considerable efforts and investments.

Water conservation has gained priority in the development efforts undertaken by the government of Eritrea. In Eritrea, the rainfall tends to be torrential, unpredictable and lasts a short season. The low amount of rain and the absence of rivers that flow throughout the year have made the construction of dams and other means of water conservation techniques a necessity in order to ensure sustainable water supply and food security.

Securing sufficient water is a basic requirement to improve productive economic activities. The small, medium and big dams constructed in the three development zones of the country are expected to meet the country’s present and future needs of water. But as the construction of the dams alone does not meet the development needs of the nation, various development projects — such as farming, animal husbandry, fishing, solar power installation, and electrification of the villages surrounding the dams — are being carried out around the dams.

Although the purpose of the newly built dams is diverse, the development of agriculture is the major rationale for their construction. The water in dams gives farmers confidence to invest in agriculture and increase the productivity of farms.

For many years the main challenge facing the agriculture sector in Eritrea has been a shortage of water due to recurrent droughts and poor water conservation structures. Having realized this from the outset, the government of Eritrea has been implementing strategies to harness the seasonal water flows and direct them to where they are needed.



The objective is “to augment water storage capacity by constructing water reservoirs, small dams, diversion canals and wells, and new irrigation schemes”.

After a careful examination of the Millennium Development Goals, world leaders renewed their commitment by adopting the Sustainable Development Goals with the objective to end poverty and hunger by 2030. This ambitious project has 17 goals aiming at a future that is free from poverty and hunger. Eritrea is, quietly and without fanfare, engaged in implementing development projects to facilitate growth and empower its people. Concrete measures have been taken in laying the ground for equitable and sustainable development, and water is playing a pivotal role to end poverty in all its forms and achieve food security and improved nutrition by increasing agricultural productivity. Urbanization and industrialization are also closely interconnected with the availability of water. Water is a precious resource and a key driver of poverty reduction and sustainable growth.

The life of the majority of the Eritrean population is associated with farming, and poverty is concentrated in rural areas. Recognizing this and the importance of agriculture to reduce poverty, the Government has made vital interventions to enhance the productive capacity of farmers by launching water conservation projects. Therefore, the effectiveness of the poverty reduction strategy can be measured by what has been done in rural areas.



The various dams that are built across Eritrea are supplying water to many villages. Hundreds of thousands of people living in villages located around Mslam and Teqera dams are a case in point. There is no doubt that the numerous water conservation structures constructed by the government will transform the economic, social, and environmental conditions of Eritrea. They will boost the country’s performance in ensuring food security, providing health care and education, and overall balanced development.

The construction of dams in remote areas of Eritrea will help the country to address its socio-economic challenges. They will help prevent the migration of people to the cities by giving them a higher standard of living in their native areas. As the construction of dams is accompanied by the mechanization of agriculture, the introduction of commercial crops, electrification of villages, and the provision of transportation and other social services, many villages are benefitting from the investment in and around the dams and many people are moving to settle in those locations. In short, the dams, which have been constructed and are under construction, are true manifestations of Eritrea’s development strategy guided by social justice and balanced development.
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Re: ሓበሬታት ካብ ሃገረ ኤርትራ...

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Post by Temt » 22 Sep 2021, 12:31

Electrification of Rural Areas Impacting Agro-industrialization
by Kesete Ghebrehiwet
Sep 22, 2021



Along with the construction of major dams and the expansion of farms in the western development zone, in the Gash-Barka region, the need for the supply of electricity and the establishment of cold stores has become a necessity in the country’s efforts towards ensuring food security. Big generators have been installed in farms for the expansion of advanced irrigation systems and efforts have been made towards agro-industrialization that could be realized with electricity supply in the region.

As Eritrea’s development strategy relies heavily on its human resources, the country has been making huge investments in education to empower the youth. This has resulted in young and versatile graduates engaging in the implementation of development projects all over the country and making contributions toward nation-building.

Eng. Israel Mengsteab works at the power plant in Kerkebet. After studying Electrical Engineering at Eritrea Institute of Technology (EIT) and graduated in 2019, he was assigned to work first in Fanko, then in Alebu, and later in Kerkebet at the farm projects operated by Eritrea’s Crops and Livestock Corporation (ECLC). He has been working, along with other young graduates from vocational training centers, in the development of the power plant in Kerkebet.

Israel believes that working in remote areas enables one to develop the knowledge acquired in college through hands-on experience. For him, it is a win-win situation. He works for a better tomorrow and takes his assignment as an opportunity to enhance his competence through the implementation of various development projects.

Efriem Measho, head of the electricity supply unit in Kerkebet, studied electricity and mechanical works at Sawa Center for Vocational Training and got training in metal works in Alebu. There are now 13 staff members in charge of running the electricity supply to all farms in Kerkebet sub-zone.

The power supply projects in Kerkebet and Fanko were implemented using substantial input of graduates in electrical engineering who worked in the installation and expansion of electric supply in the farms. Efforts have also been made to provide electricity to households.

Demoz Kebreab, head of electrical works in the western development zone, including Fanko and Kerkebet, said that electricity has been transforming agriculture and positively impacting the day-to-day activities of local communities. While the power plant in Fanko provides electricity to Teseney, Gherset, Fesko, and Alebu, the one in Kerkebet serve Kerkebet farm, Sawa as well as Forto Sawa. The long-term plan is to connect Golig and Omhajer using the power plant in Fanko and to extend the supply of electricity to a wider Gash-Barka region.

Mr. Demoz said that to upgrade the technical know-how needed in running cold stores the ECLC assigned graduates in chemical engineering, horticulture, and electrical engineering and gave a refresher course that ran for about 18 months to be able to efficiently run the cold stores. Since the cold stores need uninterrupted electric supply, the young graduates are always at the forefront in running and maintaining the power plants and the cold stores to ensure tons of perishable foodstuff reach end-users safely.

The cold store in Alebu, for instance, depends on the electricity supplied by the power plant in Fanko, but to ensure the sustainability of the needed power supply a standby generator will be installed. Mr. Demoz reiterated that they are in better condition because they now have the required technical expertise in running and maintaining the cold stores. He said that the young and committed college graduates continue to make a difference in many sectors. Graduates of Marine Engineering and Marine Biology have been playing major roles in running the cold stores. Currently, around 130 graduates of electrical engineering and electrical installation have been working at farm projects operated by the ECLC.



The establishment of cold stores in Alebu, Massawa, and Adi-Guadad was triggered by the dynamic results of the farm projects in the western development zone. The cold stores are expected to hold fish, meat, fruits, and vegetables from the farms in Kerkebet, Gerset, Fanko-Rawee, Fanko-Tsumu’e, Adi-Omar, Aligidier, Elabered, Halhale, and other farm projects as well as fish from Northern and Southern Red Sea regions and freshwater fish from dams across the country.

The Gash-Barka region is the breadbasket of Eritrea and the expansion of farm projects in the region has been increasing agricultural production in the country. Considering the heat in the region, the establishment of cold stores will be extremely important in preserving meat, vegetables, and fruits as well as fish and enabling safe transportation of quality products to all parts of the country.



The cold stores established in various regions of the country are meant to be used to preserve agricultural produce not only from ECLC’s farms but also independent farmers who would like to use the facilities and be relieved from incurring loss due to lack of reliable stores. The cold store in Adi-Guadad, for instance, has been preserving fish from Massawa to be distributed in Asmara fish markets and the one in Alebu is meant to preserve supplies of meat, fruits, vegetables, and fish to be distributed to markets across the country.
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Post by Temt » 24 Sep 2021, 11:25

ሓበሬታ ካብ ሚኒስትሪ ጥዕና
Sep 24, 2021



ሎሚ ኣብ መወሸቢ ማእከላት ዞባ ማእከል ብዝተገብረ ናይ ላቦራቶሪ መርመራታት፡ 5 ዜጋታት ካብ ኣስመራ ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ምልካፎም ተረጋጊጹ’ሎ።

እዚ ከም’ዚ’ሉ እንከሎ፡ ኮሮና ቫይረስ ተረኺብዎም ኣብ ሆስፒታላት ዞባ ማእከል ተዓቚቦም ክንክን ክግበረሎም ዝጸንሑ 3 ዜጋታት ሓውዮም ክፋነዉ ከለዉ፡ ወዲ 78 ዓመት ዜጋ ካብ ዞባ ማእከል ድማ ብሞት ተፈልዩ’ሎ።

በዚ መሰረት፡ ጠቕላላ ቊጽሪ ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ዝተለኽፉ ዜጋታት ክሳብ ሎሚ 6685 በጺሑ’ሎ። 6,628 ካብ’ዚኦም ሓውዮም ዝተፋነዉ፡ 42 ብሞት ዝተፈልዩ፡ 15 ድማ ገና ኣብ ሆስፒታላት ተዓቚቦም ዝርከቡ’ዮም።

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Re: ሓበሬታት ካብ ሃገረ ኤርትራ...

Post by Temt » 25 Sep 2021, 12:11

ሓበሬታ ካብ ሚኒስትሪ ጥዕና
Sep 25, 2021



ሎሚ ኣብ መወሸቢ ማእከላት ዞባታት ማእከልን ዓንሰባን ብዝተገብረ ናይ ላቦራቶሪ መርመራታት፡ 9 ዜጋታት ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ምልካፎም ተረጋጊጹ’ሎ።
ንሳቶም፡ 6 ኣብ ኣስመራ፡ 3 ድማ ኣብ ከረን – ዞባ ዓንሰባ ተወሺቦም ዝጸንሑ’ዮም።

በዚ መሰረት፡ ጠቕላላ ቊጽሪ ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ዝተለኽፉ ዜጋታት ክሳብ ሎሚ 6,694 በጺሑ’ሎ። 6,628 ካብ’ዚኦም ሓውዮም ዝተፋነዉ፡ 42 ብሞት ዝተፈልዩ፡ 24 ድማ ገና ኣብ ሆስፒታላት ተዓቚቦም ዝርከቡ’ዮም።

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Post by Temt » 25 Sep 2021, 17:58

What is the Tigrinya:
1) word for "elites"? ጋይማት as "ጋይም" is an "elite".
2) clause for "inferiority complex"? "ናይ ትሕትነት ሓልኪ" not to be confused with the word "ሃልኪ"! Now you know. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Temt » 26 Sep 2021, 11:55

ስለዝበልካዮ ወይ ስለዝተመነኻዮ ዝኸውን ነገር የለን (3ይ ክፋል) - DimTsi Hafash Eritrea/ድምጺ ሓፋሽ ኤርትራ


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Post by Temt » 28 Sep 2021, 14:47

ሓበሬታ ካብ ሚኒስትሪ ጥዕና
Sep 28, 2021 (ካብ ቋንቋ እንግሊዝ ዝተተርጐመ[Temt]



ሎሚ ኣብ መወሸቢ ማእከላት ዞባ ማእከል ብዝተገብረ ናይ ላቦራቶሪ መርመራታት፡ 3 ዜጋታት ካብ ኣስመራ ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ምልካፎም ተረጋጊጹ’ሎ።

እዚ ከም’ዚ’ሉ እንከሎ፡ ኮሮና ቫይረስ ተረኺብዎም ኣብ ሆስፒታላት ዞባ ማእከል ተዓቚቡ ክንክን ክግበረሉ ዝጸንሐ 1 ዜጋ ሓውዩ ተፋንዩ’ሎ።

በዚ መሰረት፡ ጠቕላላ ቊጽሪ ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ዝተለኽፉ ዜጋታት ክሳብ ሎሚ 6697 በጺሑ’ሎ። 6,629 ካብ’ዚኦም ሓውዮም ዝተፋነዉ፡ 42 ብሞት ዝተፈልዩ፡ 26 ድማ ገና ኣብ ሆስፒታላት ተዓቚቦም ዝርከቡ’ዮም።

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Post by Temt » 29 Sep 2021, 12:18

ሓበሬታ ካብ ሚኒስትሪ ጥዕና
Sep 29, 2021



ሎሚ ኣብ መወሸቢ ማእከላት ዞባታት ማእከልን ዓንሰባን ብዝተገብረ ናይ ላባራቶሪ መርመራታት፣ 12 ዜጋታት ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ምልካፎም ተረጋጊጹ’ሎ።

ንሳቶም፣ 11 ኣብ ኣስመራ፣ ሓደ ድማ ኣብ ከረን – ዞባ ዓንሰባ ተወሺቦም ዝጸንሑ’ዮም።

በዚ መሰረት፣ ጠቕላላ ቁጽሪ ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ዝተለኽፉ ዜጋታት ክሳብ ሎሚ 6709 በጺሑ’ሎ። 6,629 ካብ’ዚኦም ሓውዮም ዝተፋነዉ፣ 42 ብሞት ዝተፈልዩ፣ 38 ድማ ገና ኣብ ሆስፒታላት ተዓቑቦም ዝርከቡ’ዮም።

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Post by Temt » 30 Sep 2021, 11:12

ሓበሬታ ካብ ሚኒስትሪ ጥዕና
Sep 30, 2021



ሎሚ ኣብ መወሸቢ ማእከላት ዞባታት ማእከል ብዝተገብረ ናይ ላቦራቶሪ መርመራታት፡ 13 ዜጋታት ካብ ኣስመራ ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ምልካፎም ተረጋጊጹ’ሎ።

እዚ ከም’ዚ’ሉ እንከሎ፡ ኮሮና ቫይረስ ተረኺብዎም ኣብ ሆስፒታላት ተዓቚቦም ክንክን ክግበረሎም ዝጸንሑ፡ 4 ካብ ዞባ ማእከል፡ 2 ድማ ካብ ዞባ ጋሽ-ባርካ – ብጠቕላላ 6 ዜጋታት ሓውዮም ተፋንዮም።

በዚ መሰረት፡ ጠቕላላ ቊጽሪ ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ዝተለኽፉ ዜጋታት ክሳብ ሎሚ 6722 በጺሑ’ሎ። 6,635 ካብ’ዚኦም ሓውዮም ዝተፋነዉ፡ 42 ብሞት ዝተፈልዩ፡ 45 ድማ ገና ኣብ ሆስፒታላት ተዓቚቦም ዝርከቡ’ዮም።


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Temt
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Re: ሓበሬታት ካብ ሃገረ ኤርትራ...

Post by Temt » 01 Oct 2021, 10:33

ሓበሬታ ካብ ሚኒስትሪ ጥዕና
Oct 1, 2021



ኮሮና ቫይረስ ተረኺብዎም ኣብ ሆስፒታላት ዞባ ማእከል ተዓቑቦም ክንክን ክግበረሎም ዝጸንሑ 3 ዜጋታት ሓውዮም ተፋንዮም።

በዚ መሰረት፣ ጠቕላላ ቁጽሪ ብኮሮና ቫይረስ ዝተለኽፉ ዜጋታት ክሳብ ሎሚ 6,722 በጺሑ’ሎ። 6,638 ካብዚኦም ሓውዮም ዝተፋነዉ፣ 42 ብሞት ዝተፈልዩ፣ 42 ድማ ገና ኣብ ሆስፒታላት ተዓቑቦም ዝርከቡ’ዮም።

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Temt
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Re: ሓበሬታት ካብ ሃገረ ኤርትራ...

Post by Temt » 01 Oct 2021, 16:56


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Re: ሓበሬታት ካብ ሃገረ ኤርትራ...

Post by Temt » 02 Oct 2021, 19:58

ጾታዊ ዓመጽ ኣብ ደቂ'ንስትዮ፡ ሓደ ካብ ዘሕንኽ ነውራም ባህሊ ተጋሩ እዩ! :oops: :oops: :oops:


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Re: ሓበሬታት ካብ ሃገረ ኤርትራ...

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