ERi-TV News ‘Zena’ (February 27, 2013) | Australian Tourists Impressed by Peaceful Eritrea

ERi-TV News ‘Zena’ (February 27, 2013)

Australian Tourists Impressed by Peaceful Eritrea

Tourists express satisfaction with the prevailing peace and social harmony in Eritrea

Asmara, 27 February 2013 – A number of Austrian and Australian tourists who made a tour of various corners of Eritrea expressed satisfaction with the prevailing peace and social harmony in the country. They further lauded the nation’s natural resources and the commitment of its citizens in the nation-building process.
Mr. Johanna Mag and Mr. Johannes Reinische said that Eritrea is heading towards gratifying development, and voiced appreciation for the people’s norm pertaining to environmentalhygiene vis-à-vis the cultural diversity and friendliness of the climate.
Mr. Nichilas Anthains and Mr. Penkelsten Valenin on their part pointed out that there is a lot of good to be said about Eritrea unlike what is alleged by some media outlets targeting the country’s image.
Mr. Alem Akalu, tour guide in Explore Eritrea touring venture, explained that the country holds remarkable potential as regards tourism, and called for reinforcement of joint efforts regarding conservation of the resources to this end. (Shabait)

Eritrean community members in several Italian cities reiterate pledge to back up national development drive

Asmara, 27 February 2013 – Eritrean community members residing in the Italian cities of Bologna, Parma and Reggio Emilia have expressed readiness to back up the national development drive. They reiterated their pledge at a seminar during which detailed briefings were given regarding the objective situation in the Homeland.

The Eritrean Ambassador to Italy, Mr. Zemede Tekle, pointed out that the Government has been exerting stepped up endeavors to promote national economic investment through ensuring favorable environment. He further advised the nationals to become beneficiaries of such investment prospects at individual or group level.

The seminar participants on their part lauded the development accomplishments being registered in the Homeland, and voiced staunch resistance against anti-Eritrea agendas.

Senafe sub-zone:
Parents call for reinforcement of government endeavors targeting skill training

Senafe, 27 February 2013 – Parents in Senafe sub-zone have called for reinforcement of government endeavors as regards organizing skill training vis-à-vis academic activities. They made the call in an occasion where 120 youths who have been attending a training course graduated.
Among the inhabitants, Mr. Ali Mohammed-Saleh, Ms. Alemtsehai Geshu, Ms. Fireweini Berhane and Mr. Woldai Yohanes called on the beneficiaries of the training to use the opportunity as a stepping stone to a bright future, and the community to extend a helping hand towards raising the production capacity of youths. They further asserted that nurturing virtuous youths entails numerous advantages at societal level, and called on the youth to judiciously utilize such opportunities.

One of the trainees, Sabe Bisrat, said that the training is a turning point in their career life as they have already acquired skill knowhow besides the careers they anticipate through their academic achievement.

The training that was organized by the NUEYS involved video and still photography, as well as hairdressing.

Tourists express satisfaction with the prevailing peace and social harmony in Eritrea

Asmara, 27 February 2013 – A number of Austrian and Australian tourists who made a tour of various corners of Eritrea expressed satisfaction with the prevailing peace and social harmony in the country. They further lauded the nation’s natural resources and the commitment of its citizens in the nation-building process.

Mr. Johanna Mag and Mr. Johannes Reinische said that Eritrea is heading towards gratifying development, and voiced appreciation for the people’s norm pertaining to environmentalhygiene vis-à-vis the cultural diversity and friendliness of the climate.

Mr. Nichilas Anthains and Mr. Penkelsten Valenin on their part pointed out that there is a lot of good to be said about Eritrea unlike what is alleged by some media outlets targeting the country’s image.

Mr. Alem Akalu, tour guide in Explore Eritrea touring venture, explained that the country holds remarkable potential as regards tourism, and called for reinforcement of joint efforts regarding conservation of the resources to this end.

Ministry implements various welfare programs in Gash-Barka region
Barentu

27 February 2013 – The Ministry of Labor and Human Welfare’s branch in Gash-Barka region indicated that it has implements various welfare programs at more than 52 million Nakfa.
Accordingly, over 42.4 million Nakfa has been paid to families of martyrs in line with the government’s benefit scheme and the support extended by nationals residing abroad. Furthermore, a number of disabled citizens have been rehabilitated on the basis of credits targeting small-scale business ventures, the impact of which strategy has become visibly positive.

Meanwhile, the role of community rehabilitation workers in the region has become significant regarding promoting the production capacity of the Disabled. Training courses were also organized for disabled nationals, orphans and street children with a view to equipping them with skills through which they can support themselves.

Endeavors being exerted to meet potable water demand in Adi-Omar Administrative area

Hagaz, 27 February 2013 – The inhabitants of Adi-Omar Administrative area, Hagaz sub-zone, lauded the endeavors being exerted to meet potable water demand in the locality on the basis of putting in place a modern facility in the village of Dembe-Adi-Tsegai.
Among the inhabitants, Mr. Habte Zemat and Mr. Mohammed Mohammed-Ibrahim expressed conviction that the launching of such facility would significantly contribute to the improvement of their livelihood. They further indicated that commendable community participation is being witnessed in the process.

Mr. Medhanie Andehaimanot, coordinator of the potable water supply project, explained that the implementation of the facility has neared finalization, the process of which comprises installation of a 3 Km. pipeline, construction of reservoir and distribution stations.

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