The benefits of sport is much greater than we can imagine. Sport is being used as a means of gathering various collections of individuals, organizations and countries. It is a source of joy, a natural remedy for stress and a source of health. It is recommended by pediatricians whenever necessary. Thus, wherever people are situated, they can consider exercising to build their mental, physical and interpersonal qualities. Considering these benefits and other international factors as a baseline, the Organization of Military Sports in Africa (OSMA) is for the benefit of Africans.
Eritrea is located in one of the driest parts of the African continent. Like its neighboring countries the country suffers from repeated shortfall of rains which affects agricultural production and availability of drinking water. However, the country has long graduated from dependency on food aid.
At a time when most of Europe is grappling with its migrant crisis, the headlines on Eritrea are increasingly less acerbic. A report by the Regional Mixed Migration Secretariat (RMMS) of February 9 last month reads:“…While the total number of migrants and refugees arriving in Italy in 2016 hit a record, the number of Eritrean arrivals in Italy decreased significantly in the past year…”.Another report also confirms that “the number of people seeking asylum in Switzerland has fallen”.
In a few days, the world will observe the International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate women’s achievements and to bring awareness on issues women and girls face frequently in addition to calling for gender equality. While many countries worldwide do not include March 8 as a national holiday, Eritrea, does.
Elephants are massive mammals. They can reach a height of about 3 - 4 meters and a weight of 4,000 -7,000 kilograms. These massive creatures are known for their thick bodies, stocky legs, giant floppy ears, trunks, and tusks. Those big ears help elephants stay cool in hot, dry conditions. And their trunks serve as a fifth limb which they use to breathe, grasp objects, lift water, and even suckle for comfort. There are approximately 40,000 muscles in the elephant’s trunk alone giving him an exceptional degree of flexibility and maneuverability. The skeleton of an elephant is made up of 326–351 bones. Over 99 percent of all terrestrial mammals have hair, but elephants are completely bald.
According to the recently published Global Economic Prospects, a World Bank Group flagship report, the year 2016 was marked by stagnant global trade, subdued investment, and heightened policy uncertainty. For 2017, a subdued recovery is expected, with receding obstacles to activity in commodity exporters and solid domestic demand in commodity importers.