Life in Eritrea not speaking Tigrinya

Language, simply put, is a medium through which communication is mechanised; but it’s value is greater than just that. It is the instrument in which we process and understand our…

A Concert of Young People with Disability

On September 22, 2023, a group of young talented artists with hearing and vision impairment organized a concert at Cinema Roma to the public. During the event, the creative potential…

September: A season of flowering, fruiting and beautifying

In Eritrea every season is celebrated in a way that empowers the community. The traditions and customs associated with the traditional celebrations helps the local community to live cordially. The…

New School Year Begins

Eritrea’s school calendars approximately range from mid September to mid June with some small breaks during the academic year and a summer vacation that lasts two months. Eritrea’s Institutions of…

EYFF Goes to Durfo

As the end of the academic year looms and summer draws to a close, the number of EYFF members steadily declines, until the next batch of volunteers or holiday goers…

Seminar conducted on Arabic Language in Eritrea

Arabic language is one of the six internationally recognized languages by the UN. The importance of this language in Eritrea is apparent as it is the second official language of…

“Unity in diversity”

“Unity in diversity” is the symbol of Eritrean unity. It refers to the highly valued tolerance among Eritrean diversities, and is the main reason that makes peace the most prevalent…

Unity of the masses is Victory to the masses!

This article is written in line with this years Eritrean Independence day theme “Heroic feat Anchored on Cohesive Ranks!” and commemoration of 1st of September, as the official start of…

Reflections of the Ministry of Defense Picture Exhibition at Expo

Learning of the current projects and innovations within this country is not an easy find, and there are many talented people across Eritrea with a lot of potential and amazing…

Youth and National Service

There is not a state program like national service that substantially determines the fate of nation building and that’s the reason that forces states to extensively allocate their wealth in…