In Part 1, Eritrea’s policy foundations and evolution of policy formulation were summarized. In the following part, progress toward sustainable development is presented.
1993-1998: Peacetime Growth with Macroeconomic Stability
Immediately following independence in 1993, the formidable tasks of reconstruction, rehabilitation and the building of foundations for sustainable socio-economic development commenced in earnest. Among the most important were the establishment of public institutions and civil service, the creation of a legal and administrative environment that is conducive to sustainable development, and building capacity in a down-sized and lean public sector. Continue reading Eritrea’s Development Policy, Achievements of the Last 25 Years, Challenges and Prospects (II)→
Eritrea’s 25th Independence Anniversary is an opportune event to undertake a sober reflection of the country’s development policy, progress to date, and prospects. The following is a capsulated review of Eritrea’s socio-economic development policy, progress, and a brief outlook of the near future.
Eritrea’s Abraham Kidane was the victor at the Asitzgipfelberglauf in the Austrian municipality of Leogang on Sunday (6). Many of the world’s top mountain runners had chosen the fourth WMRA World Cup race as their final test before the World Mountain Running Championships.