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Eritrea: Ongoing Development Programs in Eritrea Exemplary for Developing Countries, Say Representatives to International Organizations

Keren — A number of representatives of international organizations said that the ongoing community-based development programs and the outreach of social service facilities in Eritrea are exemplary to the developing countries for they ensure sustainable impact and inspire the culture of work.

They made the pledge in connection with the tour they made in Anseba region, during which they voiced conviction that Eritrea is among the nations that have registered commendable development pace and lauded the achievement made the in region as regards putting in place of potable water supply facilities.

The representatives of international organizations visited micro-dams in Balwa and Yig'ar, Elabered Estate Farm, Hamelmalo College of Agriculture, as well as the wood enclosure in Geleb. In this connection, they stated that the outcome of the endeavors exerted pursuing enrichment of underground water resources and promoting environmental stability attests to the effectiveness of the programs thereof.

The representatives of international organizations further called for keeping intact the prevailing culture of work in the country, and lauded the warm reception accorded them by the Government, besides expressing readiness to step up relations of partnership with Eritrea.

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