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The UN and Government of the State of Eritrea endorse the implementation plans of SPCF
Asmara, Eritrea; March 28, 2013: UNICEF, UNDP and UNFPA as part of the UN system signed their Country Programme Action Plans (CPAP) with the Ministry of National Development of GoSE of Eritrea. The CPAP is a detailed operational plan for the country programme of each agency, which is signed between the main government partner and the head of the agency. More.......
The UN Country Team in Eritrea holds donor briefing on the newly signed cooperation framework
Asmara, February 12, 2013: The United Nations Country Team (UNCT) held a donor briefing on the new Strategic Partnership Cooperation Framework (SPCF 2013-2016) between the Government of the State of Eritrea and the United Nations. More.......
UNHCR Eritrea Fact SheetAsmara, January 2013: UNHCR in Eritrea supports the government in protecting refugees, and advocates the highest level of protection to be realized. More.....
UNFPA Eritrea Handover Ambulances to Ministry of HealthAsmara, 13 December 2012: UNFPA country Office in Eritrea handed over three ambulances to Ministry of Health of the State of Eritrea. During the hand over, the MOH H.E. Madam Amna Nurhusien expressed her appreciation to UNFPA for the continuous support of UNFPA in regard to reproductive health efforts of the country. More.....
High Level Visit from Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsNew York, 20 November 2012: Following a two-day visit to Eritrea, OCHA Operations Director John Ging has called on the international community to support the country as it strives to end hunger and enhance livelihoods resilience to severe climatic conditions. More.....
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