Asmara – Modernist City

Asmara, the capital city of Eritrea, is one of the most important and exciting architectural ‘discoveries’ of recent years. Built almost entirely in the 1930s by the Italians, Asmara has…

The Good and the Bad

Before I came to Eritrea, people filled my head with ideas of what it would be like to live here; some were good but most people had negative things to…

Interview with Mr. Saleh Ahmedin; Chairperson of the National Union of Eritrean Youth and Students

This year, the National Union of Eritrean Youth and Students (NUEYS) is re-launching its website. What is new about it? It is the era of digitalization. Therefore, our union too…

eriyouth.org starts with new pace

Some measures are taken to strengthen and ensure the continuity of NUEYS’ website, eriyouth.org, said the chairperson of NUEYS, Mr. Saleh Ahmedin in an interview he conducted with the website.…

Volunteer Youth participate in covid-19 combating activities

According to the latest proclamation issued by the National Task Force for combating the spread of Covid-19, many volunteer youth organized by NUEYS are actively taking part in ensuring social…

Asmara: a Romantic City

In the quite early morning of the day the city is filled with the sound of churches’ bells and the azanat of mosques. Women are seen on their white traditional…

“Going to Sawa is less of a choice and more of an obligation,” Heaven Tesfamariam-Bereketeab

I once read: “Those who have never had to fight for freedom will not fight to keep it.” As a daughter of a member of the First Round of the…

8th Eri-Youth Festival 12-15 July 2018, Sawa

“Youth, the vigor of Sustainable Development!” What is the Eri-Youth Festival? The Eri-Youth Festival, which is held in Sawa every two years, is a celebration of Eritrean youth! It celebrates…

A Friday with the Red Flowers of Adi Quala – 13/10/2017

By Micol Berhe I’m not an early riser and I’m most of the time not punctual per say, but this morning I had every interest in being on time. We…

“Asmara; imperial city” Eritrean herald

By: Haben Tekele The concept of identity is closely associated with the idea of shared cultural understanding. Without identity there is little meaning and purpose to life. Back in history…