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Eritrea: Eritrea: Youths in Gash Barka Region Call for the Set Up of Necessary Infrastructures

2012/09/18

Barentu, 16 Sunday 2012- In a meeting they conducted in Barentu with Mr. Mohamed Hamd, Administrator of Gash Barka region, the youths of the region called for the establishment of youth centers and the provision of materials that could help them reinforce their academic and arts capacity. 

The youths expressed that the existing youth centers are not well equipped and called on the regional government to step up efforts to reinforce the existing ones with necessary materials and to establish extra youth centers in cooperation with other concerned institutions. The Administrator on his among indicated that the regional government is exerting each effort to encourage the youths develop their capacity and that the necessary instruments are on the process of procurement for those who have art inclination. He further called on the youths to keep up activities until their demands are met.

Furthermore, Mr. Zerisenai Tesfai, Chief of NUEYS of the region, explained that a congress would be conducted in the near next in which amount concerned institutions and organization would participate aimed at alleviating the existing challenges of the youths of the region.

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