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UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Zmeselo » 24 Jan 2022, 08:24




📷 Hotel Asmara Palace: @AsmaraPalace

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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by eritrea » 24 Jan 2022, 09:09

To do what?


Zmeselo wrote:
24 Jan 2022, 08:24



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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Zmeselo » 24 Jan 2022, 09:30

Eritrea's National Policy on Education (2003):
Education in Eritrea is a fundamental human right and a lifelong process by which all individuals are given opportunities to attain their potential, as all rounded citizens.
📚🎓#WorldEducationDay



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20 New Eritrean Students on scholarship 2 study in various courses, have arrived in Russia. The students, who're part of the batch of 21/22 Academic year scholarship under the Russia-Eritrea Bilateral Agreement to be trained in different areas of specialization, both in MA's & PhD. @hawelti @mfa_russia




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UNESCO’s Institute for Statistics & data of 2018 indicated: 76.6% of adults in Eritrea are literate & Youth (15 – 24 years) literacy standing at about 93.3%. Eritrea stands out positively within the region & across the World.




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ERITREA's Development in Education፡

1991= 215 Schools,
2021= 2218 Schools,

1991= 5342 Teachers,
2021= 16,240 Teachers,

1991= 229,031 Students,
2021= 657,174 Students,

#WorldEducationDay - 24 January 2022




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📌 52.6% of the students who graduated Medical School in 2021, were females.

📌 45.3% of the recently graduated students of the Center for Vocational Training in Sawa, were females.




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Adult literacy programs ongoing allover the country.
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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Zmeselo » 24 Jan 2022, 09:41

Awaiting details.....

I had no idea either, they were on their way.


eritrea wrote:
24 Jan 2022, 09:09
To do what?


Zmeselo wrote:
24 Jan 2022, 08:24



📷 Hotel Asmara Palace: @AsmaraPalace

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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Fiyameta » 24 Jan 2022, 09:56


UNESCO: The Geography of Global Literacy


Published 2 months ago on November 26, 2021







In Eritrea, Human Rights begins at birth.


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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Zmeselo » 24 Jan 2022, 10:05

Press Release: UN Regional Directors visit Eritrea, as the government and UN set to launch new Cooperation Framework. A delegation of 24 senior officials from United Nations regional offices across Africa have arrived in Asmara, today. #UNEritreaCooperationFrameworkLaunch




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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Abe Abraham » 24 Jan 2022, 10:18

Zmeselo wrote:
24 Jan 2022, 09:30
Eritrea's National Policy on Education (2003):
Education in Eritrea is a fundamental human right and a lifelong process, by which all individuals are given opportunities to attain their potential as all rounded citizens.
📚🎓#WorldEducationDay



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20 New Eritrean Students on scholarship 2 study in various courses, have arrived in Russia. The students, who're part of the batch of 21/22 Academic year scholarship under the Russia-Eritrea Bilateral Agreement, to be trained in different areas of specialization both in MA's & PhD. @hawelti @mfa_russia




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UNESCO’s Institute for Statistics & data of 2018 indicated: 76.6% of adults in Eritrea are literate & Youth (15 – 24 years) literacy standing at about 93.3%. Eritrea stands out positively within the region & across the World.




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ERITREA's Development in Education፡

1991= 215 Schools,
2021= 2218 Schools,

1991= 5342 Teachers,
2021= 16,240 Teachers,

1991= 229,031 Students,
2021= 657,174 Students,

#WorldEducationDay - 24 January 2022




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📌 52.6% of the students who graduated Medical School in 2021, were females.

📌 45.3% of the recently graduated students of the Center for Vocational Training in Sawa, were females.




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Adult literacy programs ongoing allover the country.
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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Aba » 24 Jan 2022, 10:28

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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Zmeselo » 24 Jan 2022, 10:35



Eritrea: Promoting Child Health and Survival

By: Dr. Fikrejesus Amahazion

https://shabait.com/2022/01/24/eritrea- ... -survival/

GENERAL

Jan 24, 2022



Earlier this week, Africa Renewal, a magazine published by the United Nations, featured an article titled, “Child Health and Survival: Lessons from Eritrea” (Fikrejesus Amahazion). https://www.un.org/africarenewal/magazi ... ns-eritrea

Here, we feature a modified, extended version of that article.

Over the past several decades, there has been tremendous progress in reducing child mortality around the world. According to statistics published several weeks ago by the United Nations Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (IGME), since 1990 the global child mortality rate – defined as the probability of a child born in a specified year dying before reaching the age of five (expressed as a rate per 1,000 live births) – dropped by about 60% to reach about 37 deaths per 1,000 live births in 2020.

Notwithstanding this improvement, the global burden of child deaths remains unacceptably high. In 2020 alone, approximately 7.2 million children, adolescents, and youth died, mostly of preventable or treatable causes.

What is more, improvements have not been uniform, with children still facing significant regional disparities in their chances of survival. Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), which the IGME estimates has an average child mortality rate of 74 deaths per 1,000 live births, remains the region with the world’s highest child mortality rate and it accounts for more than half of all child deaths (around 55%) in the world. The region’s child mortality rate puts it nearly two decades behind the global average. Sadly, without significantly accelerating their progress, many countries in SSA will fail to meet the United Nations SDG target on child mortality. What is more, even while have been fewer children’s direct deaths from COVID-19, moving forward they may be at increased risk of indirect death due to disruptions to regular services or economic problems.

However, a positive story emerging in the region is that of Eritrea, a young, developing country in Northeast Africa. Home to about 3.5 million people, spread across nine different ethno-linguistic groups, the country has registered substantial progress in reducing child deaths over the past several decades. In 1990, just one year prior to its independence, Eritrea’s child mortality rate was about 153. By 2020, that figure had dramatically declined to 39. In addition to having one of the lower child mortality rates in SSA, Eritrea’s reduction since independence has been amongst the highest anywhere in the world.

Several factors, have driven Eritrea’s success. For one, there has been strong, sustained high-level political commitment and proactive leadership. The first international convention ratified by the Eritrean Government was the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, reflecting the high priority accorded to promoting and protecting children’s health, well-being, and development. Yemane Gebremeskel, Eritrea’s Minister of Information, explains,
Success in almost unprecedented reduction in mortality rate in Eritrea cannot be seen in isolation, as specific progress in one health metric. It is the cumulative result and manifestation of an integrated, heavily subsidized, and geographically evenly distributed health delivery system and government policy that places priority on human welfare. It is connected, with the government’s substantial investment in its human capital.
The country has exerted considerable efforts to strengthen the national health system, address infrastructure deficits, expand health resource capacity, and improve access, coverage, and quality of services, especially in poor, remote, and historically marginalized areas. Today, Eritrea has nearly 350 health facilities (including hospitals and health centers, clinics, and stations) – representing a massive increase from the 93 that stood before independence, while the number of doctors, nurses, and other health professionals has also been greatly increased.



As a result of these developments, approximately 80% of the population now lives within 10km of a healthcare facility, nearly 98% of pregnant women access routine ante- and post-natal care, and the proportion of deliveries in health facilities or with skilled birth attendants has significantly risen. Furthermore, the Ministry of Health has carried out public campaigns to encourage visiting healthcare facilities during pregnancy and delivery, promote adoption of basic interventions (such as breastfeeding and vitamin-A supplementation), and provide families residing in endemic areas with insecticide-treated mosquito nets to prevent malaria (which has historically been one of the leading causes of child mortality on the continent).

Infrastructure development, has also been critical. Extensive road construction and renovation has resulted in a roads network of almost 15,000km, basically tripling the 4,930km network of 1991. Now, over 85% of cities and villages are connected by roads, making health facilities more accessible to all. Similarly, water, sanitation, and hygiene services have expanded, and currently above 80% of Eritreans have access to safe water. According to Tesfai Ghebreslassie, the Minister for Land and Water Resources,
Eritrea has made substantial progress in providing water and sanitation for its people and to date more than 54% of communities have achieved open defecation free status, while more than 50% of schools and health facilities have water, sanitation, and hygiene services.
These advancements have helped to reduce incidences of life-threatening diseases and prevent common childhood illnesses, such as diarrhea.

Another crucial dimension has been Eritrea’s comprehensive national immunization program, which has safely reduced the scourge of over a dozen preventable diseases (including diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, measles, and smallpox, among others). The national immunization schedule today includes 12 different vaccines, whereas at independence it was only six. Furthermore, according to UNICEF, the national coverage rate, which hovered at only 10% at independence, now stands above 95% – making it one of the highest in the region. Notably, during a working visit to Eritrea in late 2021, Mohammed Malick Fall, UNICEF Regional Director for East and Southern Africa, explained that he was,
struck by the level of immunization [of children],
before going on to note that there,
are many advanced countries that have a hard time reaching [those levels].


Last, Eritrea’s advances in women’s education have been key. Literacy among girls aged 15-24 has risen to above 90%, while enrolments at all levels have climbed. Importantly, a large body of empirical work has demonstrated how women with more education not only have fewer children, but also make better decisions about many health and disease factors, such as prenatal care, basic hygiene, nutrition, and immunization, which are vital to reducing the leading causes of death in young children.

Eritrea’s progress in reducing child mortality is encouraging and a cause for celebration, although work still needs to be done. However, the country remains committed to promoting the health and ensuring the survival of its greatest asset: its children.
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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Zmeselo » 24 Jan 2022, 11:05

Going down, memory lane:


1994- 1997: Eritrea, Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Angola & Burundi formed a broad Pan- Africanist coalition, to champion peace in the Congo & to end neo-con intervention in SSA. The US took it as a threat to its interest & hired the TPLF, as errand boys, to disrupt the coalition. #NoMore



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We do not believe that protecting one's sovereignty is a luxury for the rich, alone.

Apr 2000- Meles Zenawi justifying spending USD 1 mil/day to wage a war on Eritrea while 14 million Ethiopians were starving, at the time. In May 2000, Ethiopia waged a war that displaced 1 million Eritreans.




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Around the 8th CE, a number of Beja kingdoms began appearing in Eritrea extending;
1) the Baqlin, from Rora Habab- central Barka area
2) the Naqiys, from Aswan, Egypt to Lower Barka Region that included the Mensae & Bedewyet
3) the Basin, Nara & Kunama kingdoms in Gash Barka area.





4) the Jarin, the Port of Massawa-Barka river-Zayla (Somalia) the Dahlak Islands as major cities
5) the Kota (Qotae), Massawa- Faillun (unknown place).
The kingdoms ended in the 13th C. & an offshoot, the Bellou Kingdom, flourished from the 13-16th C. in parts of Western Eritrea & Eastern Sudan.

History of Eritreaታሪኽ ኤርትራ.تاريخ إريتريا: @Erihistory
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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Temt » 24 Jan 2022, 15:17

As usual thanks for the info brother Zmeselo the destroyer of Asswash AbaQ and other green-eyed ከደምቲ like him.

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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Aba » 24 Jan 2022, 16:07

Dying to go back to Mama Singapoor
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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Zmeselo » 24 Jan 2022, 16:25

Damn it, if only they were from wealthy Chgray! :lol:

Eritrea disagrees with forced repatriation anyway, you cùnt! So where to, are they going? :roll:

And, will this save your dying terror junta? :mrgreen:

What was coward Norway expecting btw, when giving His Excellency the Visa? An empty auditorium?

Why didn't they refuse him entry to begin with if he's such a bad guy, instead of harassing these poor folks?



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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

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Zmeselo wrote:
24 Jan 2022, 16:25
Damn it, if only they were from wealthy Chgray! :lol:

Eritrea disagrees with forced repatriation anyway, you cùnt! So where to, are they going? :roll:

And, will this save your dying terror junta? :mrgreen:

What was coward Norway expecting btw, when giving His Excellency the Visa? An empty auditorium?

Why didn't they refuse him entry to begin with if he's such a bad guy, instead of harassing these poor folks?



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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Zmeselo » 24 Jan 2022, 17:02

Nothing can- or will- save ur terror junta.


Nothing!!!

Your own massah is calling you, a reject!



:mrgreen:
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24 Jan 2022, 16:52
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Zmeselo wrote:
24 Jan 2022, 16:25
Damn it, if only they were from wealthy Chgray! :lol:

Eritrea disagrees with forced repatriation anyway, you cùnt! So where to, are they going? :roll:

And, will this save your dying terror junta? :mrgreen:

What was coward Norway expecting btw, when giving His Excellency the Visa? An empty auditorium?

Why didn't they refuse him entry to begin with if he's such a bad guy, instead of harassing these poor folks?



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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Aba » 24 Jan 2022, 17:49

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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

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Re: UN regional directors, have arrived in Asmara

Post by Zmeselo » 24 Jan 2022, 21:43

Niggêr is pìssed & attempting to take it out on Tiff, who doesn't even know he exists. :mrgreen:

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