Saturday, 03 October 2015 02:44 | Written by Kesete Ghebrehiwet |
In Eritrea, any child is the child of every household. Hence, child care is the responsibility of every Eritrean citizen. Much like the popular proverb noting that "it takes a village to raise a child,” Eritrean children have always been nurtured with love and care of their parents, neighbors, and the surrounding communities.
Wednesday, 23 September 2015 01:43 | Written by Dr. Fikrejesus Amahazion |
According to UNESCO, education is a fundamental human right and is essential for the exercise of all other human rights. Education also promotes individual freedom and empowerment, and is a critical factor for economic growth and broad development. Around the world, millions of children and adults remain deprived of education, many as a result of poverty.
Monday, 21 September 2015 09:47 | Written by shabait Administrator |
The Eritrean Telecommunication Corporation (Eri-Tel) is a share company that has been providing communication services throughout Eritrea since independence, at a price and standard that could be rated fairly well. So far, Eri-Tel’s main focus has been on providing telephone and internet services.
Friday, 18 September 2015 11:21 | Written by Mela Ghebremedhin |
I just turned on EriTv and I saw this ad for honey, and a funny one at that, where a family is seen eating and drinking honey. This humorous advert by a local cooperative for honey production got all my attention.
Here, in Eritrea, we are less aware of the importance and process of honey production although this golden liquid is a popular food item with many health properties used as far back as during Ancient Egypt.
Friday, 11 September 2015 03:00 | Written by Dr. Fikrejesus Amahazion |
In recent years, Eritrea’s mining and energy sector has received considerable attention. The country has been described as “…likely sitting on massive oil and gas reserves…” and possessing all “… the geological features of a major hydrocarbon bonanza..,” while its nascent mining industry has been touted as a potential regional and global powerhouse.
Friday, 04 September 2015 11:42 | Written by G. Damr |
The pursuit of development and the necessity for urban renovation have become issues associated with the big cities of the late 19th and early 20th century. Generally, rapid urbanisation was behind the majority of the initiatives to renovate buildings and other urban infrastructures. On the other side, however, urban rehabilitation seems to have been attached to and influenced by urban aesthetic standards and the quality of architecture and the environment.
Saturday, 29 August 2015 07:50 | Written by Mela Ghebremedhin |
Deep thoughts while I am chilling out on the terrace of Gurgusum beach, in Massawa, and looking at the kids playing in the water under this sun, which hits you already at 7 in the morning. Here I am, talkingwith my friends, who are engineers and working on installing solar power in the port city.