Mirjam Van Reisen and Martin Plaut: Analysts or Apologists of Occupation?

By Sophia Tesfamariam, Eritreans have learned a few things about the western media and its partners in the NGO community in the last 15 years. They have learned to detect the nauseating stench of anti-Eritrea campaigns from afar, and have also been able to pin point its source. As past evidence has shown, the scared […]

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Eritrea: New EU – UNDP Funded Senafe Hospital Inaugurated

By UNDP Eritrea, September 20, 2015 was a jubilant day for the community in Senafe as they witnessed the opening of Senafe hospital, a new fully equipped health facility that will enhance access to health care in the Debub region of Eritrea. The new facility was constructed and equipped with support from UNDP and the […]

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Eritrea and EU Poised to Sign 11th EDF Cooperation Agreement

By TesfaNews, THE European Union and the State of Eritrea are inching closer to sign the 11th European Development Fund (EDF) cooperation agreement that runs from 2014-2020. Government Spokesperson and Minister of Information Yemane G. Meskel indicated that the multi-million-euro development package will mostly focus on enhancing Eritrea’s energy infrastructure projects. Soon after the EU Commissioner […]

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EU to Resume Development Assistance to Eritrea

By TesfaNews, THE European Union this week announced its plan to resume a multi-million-euro development package to Eritrea. Neven Mimica, the EU Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development told Reuters that the package will help Eritrea to finance development projects on energy and other sectors. The EU hopes development aid to Eritrea will help in […]

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