Post Graduate Medical School Addressing Eritrea’s Healthcare Needs – (Interview)

The opening of Medical Schools is indeed a turning point in Eritrea’s Healthcare Services

Eritrea will soon acquire a capacity beyond fully meeting its local demands in health care professionals

By Kesete Ghebrehiwet,

The opening of medical schools is indeed a turning point in Eritrea’s healthcare services. This development has also opened a chain of developments in the health sector. Thus, the achievements registered in graduating general healthcare practitioners is further reinforced through the opening of post graduate medical education programs that focus in specialization. Continue reading

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Norway to Deport 400 Ethiopian Refugees

Voluntary Returnees Promised to receive $6,000 Benefit up on arrival

By The Reporter,

Starting from March 15, the Norwegian government is set to deport over 400 Ethiopian refugees living in the country without legal documents or resident permit back to Ethiopia.

This was followed after the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding on January 26 between Mr. Torgeir Larsen, the State Secretary for Norwegian government and Ambassador Berhane Gebrekristos, in Addis Ababa. The MoU envisages that the agreement would enable Ethiopian citizens in Norway to return to Ethiopia in a secure and dignified manner. Continue reading