November 28, 2011

Switzerland Contributes EUR 17 Million...

VIENNA, 28 November (United Nations Industrial Development Organization) – Switzerland has approved a contribution of CHF 21,316,000 (some EUR 17 million) for UNIDO’s Green Industry initiative, specifically for activities in developing Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production. Read more

November 27, 2011

“Pollution-Free World” painting set...

Asmara, 27 November 2011- A ceremony was conducted today at AshaGolgol – Himberti road in connection with the painting by young Eritrean students under the theme “Pollution-Free World”. The idea is to have it registered in the World Book of Records. Read more

August 14, 2011

Popular campaign underway in Elaberid...

Elaberid, 13 August 2011 – Popular campaign is underway in Elaberid sub-zone in which the people and students are taking active role. Read more

April 13, 2011

Symposium Of Ministry Of Land, Water And...

Barentu¸ 13 April 2011 – The three-day symposium of the Ministry of Land, Water and Environment in Barentu town concluded. In the course of the symposium, study papers focusing on the tasks accomplished over the past 20 years since independence, including the new land use regulations, water potentials, promoting sound ecology and climate change, among others.

The study papers highlighted that commendable work outcome witnessed in the preservation of natural resources and environmental protection, among others over the past 20 years in which the people demonstrated active participation. Read more

April 11, 2011

Symposium of Ministry of Land, Water and...

Barentu, April 11, 2011 – The symposium of the Ministry of Land, Water and Environment opened today in Barentu town. In an opening speech, the Minister of Land, Water and Environment, Mr. Tesfai Gebreslasie, that the Eritrean government’s development strategy serves the demands and aspirations of present and future generations.

Noting that the challenges affecting biodiversity and ecological balance are numerous, Mr. Tesfai underlined the necessity of avoiding negative agricultural practices, unjustified urbanization and industrial activities that expose a given nation to rapid climate change, soil erosion, desertification, inadequate rainfall and the depletion of water resources are as a matter of priority. Read more

Independence Day celebrations

Workshop on Preserving Ancient Manuscripts

A Look Back on Eritrea’s Historic 1993...

5th YPFDJ Conference in Saudi Arabia concludes

Sixteen years of unbridled violence and defiance

Cabinet of Ministers holds meeting