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May 19, 2024 4:27 pm

Eritrea: Striving Towards a Better Future Through Political and Economic Advancement.

Eritrea is 0.90 times as big as England located in the Horn of Africa, gained its independence after years of struggle against Ethiopian rule. Since then, the Eritrean people have been waiting for a real change in their political and economic system. Today, as the country faces a number of challenges, many are calling for a new approach to governance.

One of the ways to achieve this change is by focusing on economic advancement. Mechanized agriculture is an important step towards increasing food production and improving the standard of living for Eritreans. In addition, the construction of an engineering cableway from Asmara to Massawa is a fascinating part of Eritrea’s history, and it serves as a reminder of the country’s past and potential open up new opportunities for trade and tourism.

Built in before World War II The Eritrean Ropeway, completed in 1937, ran 71.8 km from the south end of Asmara to the city-port of Massawa (once the longest in the world)

Education, business, and enterprise should also be given priority to help move the country forward. Eritrea has a young and ambitious population that is eager to learn and grow, but without access to quality education and job opportunities, many are left behind. By investing in these areas, the government can create a more skilled workforce and promote economic growth.

The road to progress is not without its challenges. Eritrea has been faced numerous challenges from the international community for many years, and there is a need for greater political openness and accountability. The government must work to address the concerns of the people.

Despite these challenges, the Eritrean government has taken steps to improve the situation. In recent years, the government has made efforts to engage with the international community and improve relations with neighboring countries. It has also taken steps to diversify its economy, including investing in mining and tourism.

However, there is still much work to be done. The international community continues to pressure Eritrea to improve its human rights record, and the country’s economy remains fragile. As Eritrea continues to navigate these challenges, it will require cooperation and support from both the international community and its own citizens. The Eritrean people are hopeful for a brighter future. They have shown resilience in the face of adversity and are ready to work together towards a common goal. As the country looks towards the future, it is time for everyone to come together and make positive changes for a better tomorrow.

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