Eritrea: NAWDV Central Region Branch Conducts a Meeting

7 October 2019

Asmara — The National Association of the Eritrean War Disabled Veterans branch in the Central region on 5 October conducted a meeting on the progress of the association and future prospects, here in the capital.

At the meeting in which members of the association attended, activity report of the past 13 years was presented and that discussion was conducted on the draft resolution of the coming 4th Congress of the association.

At the activity report, it was indicated that in spite of the challenges encountered, important activities were conducted in the past 13 years owing to the support extended by the Government and partners.

Speaking to Erina, Mr. Tesfamicael Haile, head of the association branch in the Central region stating that the objective of the association is to create conducive environment where the war disabled citizens can become economically self-supporting and productive members of the society, commended nationals inside the country and abroad for their contribution.

Mr. Berhane Zerie, member of the coordinating committee for the 4th Congress of the association, stated that a draft recommendation has been already prepared for amending the constitution and that will be presented at the 4th Congress for ratification.

Finally, participants elected 86 members to participate at the 4th Congress of the National Association of the War Disabled Veterans to be conducted on 25 and 26 October.

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