15 November 2012

Eritrea: Ginda Sub-Zone - Enwva Members Called Upon to Adhere to Integrated Venture

Ginda — The Ministry of Labor and human Welfare's branch in the Northern Red Sea region called on members of the Eritrean National War-disabled Veterans Association (ENWVA) in Ginda sub-zone to adhere to integrated venture so as to attain still more gratifying improvement of livelihood on the basis of the groundwork laid for them.

It made the call at a meeting, in which Mr. Kidane Yohanes, head of the branch office, gave briefings regarding the ongoing and implemented programs.

Mr. Rusom Hizbai, head of social welfare in the branch office, on his part stated that the virtue of synergy vis-à-vis the citizenry's collaboration constitutes a vital prerequisite for the realization of the Association's cherished goals.

Ms. Halima Aman, Mr. Dini Musa and Mr. Mohammed Seid Ahmed, Association members, expressed satisfaction with the various types of support extended to them at government expenditure, and said that they would work hard to foster the spirit of teamwork for better outcome.

There exist 283 ENWVA members in the Northern Red Sea region, according to reports.

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