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Eritrea: 31 Nationals Received Masters Degree through Distance Education

Expanding the provision of higher level education to produce highly qualified human resource in the country is gaining momentum through distance education
Expanding the provision of higher level education to produce highly qualified human resource in the country through distance education and through sending graduates overseas shall continue.

BY SHABAIT

The National Higher Education and Research Institute, in collaboration with the University of Swiss Management Center and South African University, graduated 31 nationals on April 21 with Masters Degree. Continue reading Eritrea: 31 Nationals Received Masters Degree through Distance Education

Education and Human Resources Development in Eritrea (Part 2)

Linking education to human resources development is a challenge and creating an enabling environment for the linkage to be more meaningful and sustainable is equally challenging.

BY DR ARAYA HABTE | SHABAIT

Further and Higher Education

This is an overarching academic and professional education and training provision leading to the award of certificates, diplomas and degrees. The Government recognizes higher education as a key level in the education system. To this end, several new Colleges, Schools (Orotta School of Medicine, Law School etc.) and the Eritrea Institute of Technology were built to offer 1st degrees (and Graduate Studies in certain cases) in various fields of vital importance to the development of the country. The existing tertiary level institutes /colleges are making steady progress although much needs to be done to expand and improve them. Continue reading Education and Human Resources Development in Eritrea (Part 2)

Education and Human Resources Development in Eritrea (Part -I)

Poverty elimination, sustainable economic growth and human resources development are Eritrea’s critical concern and it prioritizes education as a tool for the realization of these goals.

BY DR. ARARYA HABTAI | SHABAIT

There is an organic relationship between education and development and at the heart of this relationship is human resources development. This is particularly so when it is becoming increasingly clear that the development of human resources, more than the availability of natural resources, has become the cutting edge in determining a country’s growth and prosperity.

Japan and Germany illustrate the ‘human capital’ dimension of development. Both countries have relatively few natural resources and both have relied heavily on the development of the skills, competencies and know-how of their work force. Continue reading Education and Human Resources Development in Eritrea (Part -I)