10 December 2012

Eritrea: Southern Red Sea Region - Ministry Conducts Meeting With a View to Enhancing Educational Impact

Assab — The Education Ministry's branch in the Southern Red Sea region conducted a meeting in the port city of Assab with a view to ensuring still more gratifying educational impact.

The meeting in which line Ministry's heads and PFDJ officials were present noted the educational accomplishments registered in the region over the past 20 years vis-à-vis the challenged encountered.

Accordingly, the number of educational institutions has increased by 87%, and more endeavors need to be exerted towards promoting community-based style of living so as to ascertain an equivalent growth in school registration.

The Administrator of the Southern Red Sea region, Mr. Ali Mahmoud, noted that reinforcement of the teaching-learning process calls for integrated endeavor, and expressed the regional Administration's readiness to step up efforts to this end.

The participants of the meeting put forth views as regards various issues and called for reinforcement of school-village relations, community sensitization activities and boarding schools, as well as endeavors to promote community living.

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