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36th issue of Eri-News



36th issue of Eri-News 

The Press Section of the Permanent Mission of the State of Eritrea to the AU and UNECA has released its 36th newsletter.

Visit here to read the previous newsletter.

Articles featured in this issue:

  1. Eritreans Held Europe-Wide Demonstration Against the UN COI Report
  2. At UN HRC, Eritrea Reaffirmed its Commitment to the Promotion of Human Rights,  Rejected Politically Motivated Mechanisms
  3. Eritrea Investing in Its Youth to Secure a Brighter Future
  4. Eritrean Youth Making History at the Tour de France


Eritrea Investing in Its Youth to Secure a Brighter Future

Human capital development is at the center of Eritrea’s development strategy. Eritrea provides its citizens with free, accessible and quality education from pre-elementary to post-graduate levels. Over the last two weeks, more that 3200 youth graduated from Tertiary and Technical/Vocational Education and Training (TVET)Institutions. More than 40% of the graduates are female.


Eritrean Institute of Technology (EIT)

1,283 students graduated from the Eritrean Institute of Technology (EIT) with Master’s, 1
st Degree and Diploma in the fields of Engineering, Science and Education. 10, 901 students have graduated from EIT over the past eight years.

Adi-Keih College of Arts and Social Sciences

350 students graduated from Adi-Keih College of Arts and Social Sciences with 1st Degree, Diploma and Certificate. The areas of study include Archeology, Anthropology, Law, Eritrean Languages and Literature, Political Science and International Relations, Sociology and Social Works, Journalism and Mass Communication, and Fine Arts.

Asmara College of Health Science

416 students graduated from the Asmara College of Health Science with 1
st Degree and Diploma in Patient Care, Pharmacy, Public Health and Health Assistance. More than 2,000 students have graduated from the College since its opening in 2005.


Asmara Community College

Asmara Community College graduated 440 candidate teachers with Diploma and Certificate. 326 of the graduates are female.

TVET

  • 167 students graduated from Dombosco Tech-nical School, with certificate in the fields of Mechanics, Wood and Steel Works, Electricity and Electronics…
  • 21 students graduated from Halai Technical School with certificate in General Metal Works
  • 446 students graduated from Denden Commer-cial School with certificate in Accounting, Sec-retarial Science and Book Keeping.
  • 150 students graduated from Mai-Habar Tech-nical School with certificate in Mechanics, Building, Drafting, Electronics, Plumbing, General Metal and Wood Works, Electricity and Surveying.

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36th issue of Eri-News Reviewed by Admin on 12:07 AM Rating: 5

4 comments:

  1. Most of them will be gone soon, and server other countries. Who can blame them, when the dictator expect them to server him for ever for 10 dollar per month. How can one expect to survive with 10 dollar per month in cities like Asmara or anyway for that matter. Cry my country cry.......

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  2. Yes, you are right. The Eritrean people has never seen like this at least during the last 500 years. Tragedy.

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  3. Forever EritreanJuly 9, 2015 at 11:12 AM

    YOU ARE WRONG.

    How do you survive being an hateful person? What good are your contributing to your society or nation well-being besides.


    These are the future professional of Eritrea once it becomes the fastest growing on the planet (AGAIN) And they'll be the first to reap the benefits.


    KEEP HATIN'


    WE HAVE THOUSANDS GRADUATING SOON TOO... SOME WILL EVEN GO YOUR MEKELE, AND ADDIS WHERE YOUR FROM AND DOMINATE EVERY FIELD OF WORK JUST LIKE WE'VE ALWAYS DID PRIOR.

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  4. Highest literacy rate in East-Africa!

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