August 30, 2013

If there is a will every thing is possible

If there is a will every thing is possible

If there is a will every thing is possibleAbout Eritrea – Art & Sport
by Yishak Yared | I hear several times from knowledgeable people say that a writer is born and not created. Read more

Africa Democracy or good governance?

Africa Democracy or good governance?

Africa Democracy or good governance?

by Berhane Woldu  | Recent political development in the Northern African countries toppling of governments in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya had brought changes in the governing body but unlike the 1989 to 1990 East European smooth separation from Communism the “Arab spring” has brought disaster. After one year these countries have seen more death and political instability. Iraq today is the death capital of the world 4,000 death in year 2013 alone. Read more

Switzerland contributes US$13.7m to UNIDO

Switzerland contributes US$13.7m to UNIDO

Switzerland contributes US$13.7m to UNIDOSwitzerland contributes US$13.7m to UNIDO to help develop agribusiness and fishing value chains in Indonesia, Morocco and Tunisia VIENNA,HORNA, 26 August 2013 (United Nations Industrial Development Organization) Read more

መንደፈራ፡ ማእከል ስልጠና ደቀንስትዮ ተመሪቑ

መንደፈራ፡ ማእከል ስልጠና ደቀንስትዮ ተመሪቑ

መንደፈራ፡ ማእከል ስልጠና ደቀንስትዮ ተመሪቑ

ብምትሕብባር ሃገራዊ ማሕበር ደቀንስትዮ ኤርትራን ኣባላት
ሃማደኤ ጨንፈር ዓዲ እንግሊዝን ብልዕሊ 28 ሚልዮን ናቕፋ ኣብ
ከተማ መንደፈራ ዝተሃንጸ በዓል ሓደ ደርቢ ማእከል ስልጠና
ደቀንስትዮ፡ ብ24 ነሓሰ ተመሪቑ። PDF

August 29, 2013

Electricity, Renewable Sources, and Development: A...

Electricity, Renewable Sources, and Development: A Glance at Eritrea

    Fikrejesus Amahazion

Fikrejesus Amahazion

Across the developing world and particularly within sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), energy deficiencies constitute immense challenges to development. The African Development Bank Group notes that, “…the entire installed generation capacity of Africa’s 48 Sub-Saharan countries is just 68 gigawatts, no more than Spain’s..,” and that, “…as much as one quarter of that capacity is unavailable because of aging plants and poor maintenance.”i Quite ominously, the International Electricity Agency (IEA) estimates that overcoming Africa’s energy deficiencies will require an investment of approximately $300 billion.ii Read more

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