President Encourages Eritrean cycling team for its major victory

Cyclist heroes with President

Shabait, 6 December 2010

President Isaias Afwerki encouraged the Eritrean national cycling team that scored major victory in the African Continental Championship and Rwanda Tour.

In a dinner reception hosted at Hotel Asmara Palace in honor of the cyclists, the President lauded the competence and spirit of competitiveness they demonstrated in the race. He further pointed out that the Government’s Continue reading

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President Encourages Eritrean cycling team for its major victory

Cyclist heroes with President

Shabait, 6 December 2010

President Isaias Afwerki encouraged the Eritrean national cycling team that scored major victory in the African Continental Championship and Rwanda Tour.

In a dinner reception hosted at Hotel Asmara Palace in honor of the cyclists, the President lauded the competence and spirit of competitiveness they demonstrated in the race. He further pointed out that the Government’s Continue reading

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President Encourages Eritrean cycling team for its major victory

Cyclist heroes with President

Shabait, 6 December 2010

President Isaias Afwerki encouraged the Eritrean national cycling team that scored major victory in the African Continental Championship and Rwanda Tour.

In a dinner reception hosted at Hotel Asmara Palace in honor of the cyclists, the President lauded the competence and spirit of competitiveness they demonstrated in the race. He further pointed out that the Government’s Continue reading

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Eritrea's Progress in health: Cost-effective inter-sectoral interventions and a long-term perspective

Contributed by:  Amanuel Abraham,   06 Decmebr 2010

ODI Progress Report

By: Romina Rodriguez Pose and Fiona Samuels

1) Despite profound poverty, Eritrea is expected to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in health in general and in child health in particular. Areas of achievement include: infant and child mortality rates; immunisation coverage; malaria mortality and morbidity; and HIV prevalence.

2) Eritreans’ commitment, both at home and abroad, to the development of health and education is led by the government, which at the same time retains tight control of programmes and policies.
3) Out of necessity, Eritreans’ experience in adapting to adverse circumstances has given them the capacity to develop innovative multi-sectoral approaches to health. In addition, community involvement has enabled improved health-seeking behaviours as well as widespread buy-in.           Continue reading

Eritrea's Progress in health: Cost-effective inter-sectoral interventions and a long-term perspective

Contributed by:  Amanuel Abraham,   06 Decmebr 2010

ODI Progress Report

By: Romina Rodriguez Pose and Fiona Samuels

1) Despite profound poverty, Eritrea is expected to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in health in general and in child health in particular. Areas of achievement include: infant and child mortality rates; immunisation coverage; malaria mortality and morbidity; and HIV prevalence.

2) Eritreans’ commitment, both at home and abroad, to the development of health and education is led by the government, which at the same time retains tight control of programmes and policies.
3) Out of necessity, Eritreans’ experience in adapting to adverse circumstances has given them the capacity to develop innovative multi-sectoral approaches to health. In addition, community involvement has enabled improved health-seeking behaviours as well as widespread buy-in.           Continue reading

Eritrea's Progress in health: Cost-effective inter-sectoral interventions and a long-term perspective

Contributed by:  Amanuel Abraham,   06 Decmebr 2010

ODI Progress Report

By: Romina Rodriguez Pose and Fiona Samuels

1) Despite profound poverty, Eritrea is expected to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in health in general and in child health in particular. Areas of achievement include: infant and child mortality rates; immunisation coverage; malaria mortality and morbidity; and HIV prevalence.

2) Eritreans’ commitment, both at home and abroad, to the development of health and education is led by the government, which at the same time retains tight control of programmes and policies.
3) Out of necessity, Eritreans’ experience in adapting to adverse circumstances has given them the capacity to develop innovative multi-sectoral approaches to health. In addition, community involvement has enabled improved health-seeking behaviours as well as widespread buy-in.           Continue reading

Eritrea’s Progress in health: Cost-effective inter-sectoral interventions and a long-term perspective

Contributed by:  Amanuel Abraham,   06 Decmebr 2010

ODI Progress Report

By: Romina Rodriguez Pose and Fiona Samuels

1) Despite profound poverty, Eritrea is expected to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in health in general and in child health in particular. Areas of achievement include: infant and child mortality rates; immunisation coverage; malaria mortality and morbidity; and HIV prevalence.

2) Eritreans’ commitment, both at home and abroad, to the development of health and education is led by the government, which at the same time retains tight control of programmes and policies.
3) Out of necessity, Eritreans’ experience in adapting to adverse circumstances has given them the capacity to develop innovative multi-sectoral approaches to health. In addition, community involvement has enabled improved health-seeking behaviours as well as widespread buy-in.           Continue reading