The following are some of the development projects in Eritrea
A new residential building has been constructed by the Homib Construction Company in Teseney, Eritrea. Over the next few years, the Government of Eritrea (GoE) aims to urbanize the town by focusing on housing and commercial centers. Inline with this endeavor, the Teseney-based construction company has been active in developing a wide range of infrastructure projects that include construction of a modern Sug-She'ib trade center, bridges, walls, roads, dams and schools in Teseney and the areas surrounding it.
Starting April 17th, Eritrean Airlines will provide direct flights from Frankfurt to Asmara. Using a newly leased Airbus 319, the flights will occur three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. In the coming months, plans are already in store to modernize Amsara International Airport, expand routes and adding more planes to the fleet. Eritrean Airlines now operates four airplanes: two Airbus A320s, Airbus A319, and a Boeing 767 ("Queen Bee").
|Eritrean Airlines and airport to be expanded and developed|
New commercial or municipal building in Massawa's mainland. Further details will be given as they are provided.
|New municipal building in Massawa. Photo Credit: Jonathan Okbamichael|
New hotel development near the Massawan beach. Further details will be given as they are provided.
|Hotel development near Massawa - Photo credit: Jonathan Okbamichael|
Asmara Public Library has recently been expanded and refurbished with improved equipment and faster Internet service, according to state media. During the inauguration of Asmara Public Library, the Administrator of the central region, Mr. Kahsai Gebrehiwet, disclosed he is working on allocating enough funds to expand and renovate other libraries in the capital.
|Expansion and Renovation of Asmara Public Library Completed|
At the request of the Ministry of Health, the Anberbeb Share Company imported 17 new ambulances. Costing 15 million Nakfa (1 million USD), the mid-sized ambulances are fitted with a defibrillator, stretcher, suction unit and a number of other medical equipment to meet the needs of patiences. It is important to note that all ambulance services and medical expenses are covered by the GoE.
|17 new ambulances imported|