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O’na Poultry Farm raises production – A poultry farm in O’na, Anseba region, has increased its daily output with visible reduction in local market prices…..

Bicycle support to needy students –  40 secondary school students in the Sub-zones of Ginda, Afabet, Foro and Massawa……

Assistance for disabled – The Danish Branch of the National Association of Eritrean War Disabled Veteran Fighters (NAEWDF) has donated……

Training to needy women – A six months training program on weaving was provided to 20 women in Ghinda……

  • O’na Poultry Farm raises production

Asmara, 27 November 2015 – A poultry farm in O’na, Anseba region, has increased its daily output with visible reduction in local market prices for eggs in the Keren area.   The farm is owned and managed by the branch office of the Agriculture Ministry.

 

 

 

 

  • Bicycle support to needy students

Asmara, 27 November 2015 – 40 secondary school students in the Sub-zones of Ginda, Afabet, Foro and Massawa were given bicycles for free to ease their burden of travelling on foot up to 20 kms daily to attend school.

The bicycles were donated to the Ministry of Education by the Commission of Culture and Sports.

  • Assistance for disabled

Asmara, 27 November 2015 – The Danish Branch of the National Association of Eritrean War Disabled Veteran Fighters (NAEWDF) has donated wheelchairs for 14 disabled veteran fighters.

Mr. Gebrebrhan Eyasu, Chairman of the National Association, commended the philanthropic act of the Danish Branch and stressed that support to the war disabled should not be left to the government alone as Eritrean communities can contribute much in their own way.

Mr. Shekdin Saleh, administrator of the sub-zone, stated that the people and Government of Eritrea have been supporting the disabled veteran fighters which has significantly helped them improve their livelihoods.

  • Training to needy women

Asmara, 27 November 2015 – A six months training program on weaving was provided to 20 women in Ghinda.

Ms. Jima Raki, Head of the Branch of the National Union of Eritrean Women (NUEW)  in the Northern Red Sea Region, stated that the training program was organized in conjunction with the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the UNDP. 

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