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Role of women on the socio-economic development– Ms. Tekea Tesfamicael, President of the National of Eritrean Women, urged members of the association to step up their role and participation on all national developmental programmes……

Timely information on communicable diseases– The Head of Communicable Diseases Control Unit in Mendefera, Mr. Laine Okbazgi, announced that the prevalence of communicable diseases in the region has been reduced significantly in the past years……

Donations to Autism and Down Syndrome Association– Eritrean nationals residing in London have donated three thousand pounds to Autism and Down Syndrome Association……

  • Role of women on the socio-economic development

Barentu, 20 August 2015- Ms. Tekea Tesfamicael, President of the National of Eritrean Women, urged members of the association to step up their role and participation on all national developmental programmes.  The NUEW President made these remarks at a meeting of the senior officials the association in the Gash-Barka region.

Ms Tekea also spoke about the imperative of empowering young women members of the community and boosting their competitiveness through enhanced access to education and employment opportunities.

Ms. Tekea further stressed the negative consequences of harmful practices such as child marriages and FGM and the need to eradicate them through relentless work.

The participants of the meeting called for sustained sensitization campaigns through such events.

  • Timely information on communicable diseases

Mendefera, 20 August 2015-  The Head of Communicable Diseases Control Unit in Mendefera, Mr. Laine Okbazgi, announced that the prevalence of communicable diseases in the region has been reduced significantly in the past years.   “Constant monitoring is however necessary particularly with the onset of the rainy season”, Mr. Laine emphasized.

Dr. Fikremariam Gilamicaeal, Head of Communicable Diseases Control at the Headquarters of the Ministry of Health, highlighted the achievements of Eritrea in the control of communicable diseases in general and of malaria and HIV/AIDS in particular.  Dr. Fikremariam paid tribute to the relentless efforts of the health workers and the prevailing high degree of public awareness.

These remarks were made during an assessment meeting of MOH officials and the public in Mendefera on 15 August last week.

  • Donations to Autism and Down Syndrome Association

Asmara, August 20 2015 – Eritrean nationals residing in London have donated three thousand pounds to Autism and Down Syndrome Association.

The Chairman of the Association, Mr. Berhane Bokretsion, called for continued support from the general public to bolster ongoing and planned activities of the philanthropic institution. 

 

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