Eritrea Looking Beyond Seasonal Harvest Despite Horn of Africa Famine

Eritrea is now safely sustain in the drought stricken region by working hard to enhance its national food reserve beyond annual consumption

By TesfaNews,

Amid shocking reports of persistent drought and famine that hit horn of Africa countries like Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya, all benevolently endowed by mother nature with large amount of water resources, a semi-arid terrain country in that same horn of Africa has so far unaffected by any drought or famine. That country is Eritrea, a small impoverished but proud country while some researchers start to call it ‘the Land of the Can do People’. Continue reading

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Eritrea Looking Beyond Seasonal Harvest Despite Horn of Africa Famine

Eritrea is now safely sustain in the drought stricken region by working hard to enhance its national food reserve beyond annual consumption

By TesfaNews,

Amid shocking reports of persistent drought and famine that hit horn of Africa countries like Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya, all benevolently endowed by mother nature with large amount of water resources, a semi-arid terrain country in that same horn of Africa has so far unaffected by any drought or famine. That country is Eritrea, a small impoverished but proud country while some researchers start to call it ‘the Land of the Can do People’. Continue reading

Eritrea Looking Beyond Seasonal Harvest Despite Horn of Africa Famine

Eritrea is now safely sustain in the drought stricken region by working hard to enhance its national food reserve beyond annual consumption

By TesfaNews,

Amid shocking reports of persistent drought and famine that hit horn of Africa countries like Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya, all benevolently endowed by mother nature with large amount of water resources, a semi-arid terrain country in that same horn of Africa has so far unaffected by any drought or famine. That country is Eritrea, a small impoverished but proud country while some researchers start to call it ‘the Land of the Can do People’. Continue reading