Eritrean community in London, Canada and its environs commemorated International Women’s Day
On march 12th 2016, Eritreans in the city of London commemorated International Women’s Day
By Eritrean Media
The Eritrean community members in London and in its environs came out to celebrate the international women's day. The International women's day was successfully celebrated in London and in its environs; the event was hosted by the (N.U.E.W) ሃ.ማ.ደ.አ London subdivision. The commemoration in the correlation of the international women’s day in London will be remembered for years to come as it was an extraordinary. The vibrant international women’s day in London commenced by a moment of silent to remember our martyrs and following by national anthem. The occasion opening speech was presented by the Chairwoman Mrs. Hager Habte under the theme “ Equality shield for sustainable development” she went on to involve the narrative of HAMADE in London and in its environs.
Further; Mrs. Hager went on to express the hard works that were presented during the armed struggle as well in the national development and vows to continuously sustain the contribution to the national building process in highly well-organized fashion. Furthermore, a member of YPFDJ (Eritrea Tekie) on the occasion paid tribute and gave a briefing during the commemoration of the International women’s day. She stated the role played by Eritrean women, the determination and commitment showing both pre and post independence is impressive, hence I have a high regards for our Eritrean mothers and sister.
Furthermore, on the occasion of the commemoration, the Consul General Mr. Teumezghi Tesfa marked of respect to Eritrean women’s vital contributions to the success of armed struggle for liberation. The Consul went on to express the satisfaction towards the role of N.U.E.Ws has been playing since the armed struggle and continues to work hard towards the national growth. Mr. Teumezghi also expressed the Eritrean woman has been playing a big role of both in the armed struggle and national development drive. Hence, in this respect, the contribution of Eritrean women continues to be praiseworthy.
Mr. Teumezghi concluded by expressing his gratitude for the dedication, strength, selflessness of the HAMADE organization and most of all for been the character strength of Eritrean people, last but not least he congratulated to all HAMADE across the global and the NUEWs branch in the city of London for the success they have been achieving till this day and I have no doubt that will be the case from here and on.
During the event the Eritrean community member in Canada in the city of London and in the environs expressed readiness to back the national development responsibility; they made the pledge at the commemoration conducted on Saturday, March 12, 2016. The members of the National Union of Eritrea women branch in London have asserted readiness to enhance role towards ensuring women’s active participations in the state affairs. Furthermore, the members in the city of London and environs made the pledge to foster “Equality: Shield for Sustainable Development” in connection with 25th anniversary of Eritrea independence (Silver Jubilee).
The participants in the city of London and Environs witnessed brief explanations regarding the principal role played by Eritrean women in the days of armed struggle for independence and safeguarding the nation’s sovereignty, as well as nation-building process. Furthermore, the participants during the commemoration expressed readiness to play a big role in the values of the Eritrean women to the young generation, and back up the national development drive.
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