The Southern Red Sea region organized a workshop on 24 and 25 April in the port city of Assab focusing on conservation cultural heritage.
Assab, 26 April 2019- The Southern Red Sea region organized a workshop on 24 and 25 April in the port city of Assab focusing on conservation cultural heritage. The workshop was conducted under the theme “Our Traditional Culture: Foundation of Our Identity and Existence”.
At the workshop in which the Commander of the Eritrean Navy and Eastern Command, Maj. Gen. Humed Mohammed Karikare and the Governor of the Southern Red Sea region, Ambassador Mohammed-Seid Mantai took part research papers were presented focusing of the tangible and intangible heritage in the region.
Indicating that the workshop is aimed at conducting research on the untapped cultural tradition and heritage and transfer it to the young generation, Ms. Hawa Mohammed, D. G. of Culture and Sports in the region, called for integrated effort on the part of the public and concerned institutions.
Ms. Hawa also called for supporting with research the existing exemplary tradition of the society in the conservation of trees and wild animals as well as controlling pollution and inclusion in the educational programs.
Ambassador Mohammed-Seid Mantai on his part said that the transferring of the Eritrean noble values and identity to the young generation is the responsibility of every citizen and that the regional administration will contribute due part in the effort.
The participants also conducted extensive discussion of the research papers presented and adopted various recommendations.