Tag Archives: Eritrea Food Security Policy

The Gash Barka Effect: Aligder Agro-Project

Agro-industrial farming in Gash-Barka regions of Eritrea
From traditional farming to agro-industrial farming. The Aligder agro-industry is one of the many modern agricultural projects undertaking under the the South-West Development Region.

BY NATNAEL YEBIO | SHABAIT

Agriculture is the key sector in most developing countries. It has a key role to play in enabling them to accomplish developmental goals, including self-reliance, growth and equity. Food production is a fundamental problem is many developing countries, including Eritrea. Continue reading The Gash Barka Effect: Aligder Agro-Project

No Famine in Eritrea – A Fact Not Yet Sitting Well With Some Quarters

What is the secret behind the reasons why the people of Eritrea are not in need of food aid at a time when 12 million plus horn of Africa people was affected by drought and famine of the worst proportion.

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

It seems the western media and its handlers are having a hard time swallowing another fact about Eritrea – they cannot fathom that there is NO famine in Eritrea, whilst its neighbors, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia are all experiencing drought and famine.  Continue reading No Famine in Eritrea – A Fact Not Yet Sitting Well With Some Quarters