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Thursday, September 14, 2023

Eritrea’s Bright Future

Venturing out to different parts of the country one can see the different development projects and be impressed by what have been achieved and understand what the future prospects of the country is.

Eritrea’s political, social values and norms are all in sync. Political stability, perpetual peace, low corruption, common interest, shared value, militarily strong and national unity are its reasonable advantages. As it is the norm of the strong-willed people and the leadership, Eritrea today has overcome many foreign driven challenges and is in a much better position than most of its counterparts. Thanks to the Youth of Eritrea.

Eritrea as a nation has completed the first phase of its economic development program and has now leaped forward to the second phase: to attain Social housing, cheaper food prices and prosper life for the population with a bright future for the youth. To stand as a middle income country. The next twenty-five years are as bright as the rising sun for Eritrea; endowed with ample political, human capital and strong-willed youth.

High national unity and love of country has become the main source of political strength that Eritrea possesses. Time and again the Eritrean people were able to defeat their enemy and evil and dissipated wishers due to their political determination and resolve. Eritrea is the most peaceful country in the East African region due to its internal peace and unity. This eternal intrnal peace is the prerequisite for all types of development.

Eritrea also possesses a strong government that is free of corruption, has trust of the population with high social capital and one that promotes Social justice and equal distribution of development in all six regions of the country. Development that is based on the Golden Principle of Political and Economic independence and self-reliant free from external handouts, interferiences and dependency. The Eritrea people due to their unity with a motto of “One Heart One People” respect, spirit, equanimity, consciousness, force and tranquility has a strong political culture. This strong united culture with a clean, participatory and just political system is the capital for the next stage of development.

Any nation’s greatest asset for development and continued existence is its human capital. Eritrea has accomplished many great things in its human development goal. Understanding the imoportnace of healthy and skilled population in nation building process and economic development, the government has worked hard in distribution of education and health services to every corner of the country. Through education social mobilization has increased and mortality rate has decreased and life expectancy has reached 68. (One could refer to the WHO and UN reports as to the accomplishments of Eritrea).

Eritrean high education institutions are producing highly skilled nationals. Colleges have graduated hundreds of thousands of young adults with different fields of study with degrees and sending many more overseas for further education. These graduates have acquired skills that are vital for the development of the country. These skilled educated young adults are becoming the agent of change in the rapid social, economic and political development of the country.

The Eritrean people are not building a few high rise apartments, niether they initiate white elephant infrastructure projects with very little return values for the country but fall good for PR tricks, shopping malls for the very few rich people to enjoy life is unthinkable. That is not what Eritreans call economic development. Many African countries, while millions of their citizens are deprived of health care, education and clean water have prioritized modernization with no eternal peace, unity, shared values and much civil disorder and war. Eritrea is a stable and peaceful country that has strong national unity built on shared sacrifices and as such all its citizens benefit equally. The Eritrean people and its leadership are humble, honest, and down to earth and not sick with self-gratification with their accomplishment.

Every stage of development has its challenges like in the past years Eritrea will face challenges. As Eritrea progress to the next developmental stage the challenges will be there; Eritrean just have to overcome these challenges and move on to better things.

The challenges are understood. The social capital that we acquire as Eritreans such as eternal peace, tranquility, political strength, human capital, Social development, self-confidence and economic wealth is seen by others as a threat and would try to erode and disintegrate our hard earned political and human capital.

Understanding these challenges Eritrean youth have the responsibility as their forefathers and mothers to strengthen their eternal unity and overcome these challenges. Our strength radiates from our political faith and belief in shared values of social wellbeing rather than individual interest. Eritrean belief and prioritizing common interest should be main focus as individualism is the greatest threat to hard earned unity. Hence the youth needs to be politically aware. In order to navigate our economic development, a nation have to be strong militarily. “If you desire peace, be ready for war” youth that are well trained militarily are necessary for peaceful economic development. To ascertain the Eritrean vision, mission and goal of a peaceful, developed nation and to overcome outside forces challenges Eritrea as a nation have to stay alert and ready. The youth have to enhance their political strength and determination as one; as well as augment and boost their ability to defend and develop our nation.

In-order to conserve its national wealth, live in peace, with its culture and value the nation has to have strength, potency and capability. Political, economic, cultural, military strength, quality and endowment that Eritrea has needs to be amplified to a higher level and that is the responsibility, duty and obligation of the youth. The youth of yesteryears took the responsibility of independence; today’s youth has to take the responsibility of transforming the country into an advanced stronger nation. With dazzling, marvelous and superb economic development transforming the country into one of the advanced countries of the African continent.


  1. The only thing is the government has to give incentives or figure out a way to keep the skilled intelligent and educated for free individuals, even if you have allow private industry to flourish, or limit sawa years requirement, so there won’t be brain drain & while other countries reap the benefits.

    • Agree! allocating the skilled youth to fields where they have knowledge is vital, there i believe is a big job left. The kick back value/return balue would have been limitless if so had happen. We have to keep on engaging and help so that this can be acheived.

  2. You guys are doing a good job! At least you are not fighting stupid backward tribal war like your Neghober. Keep up the good work and create job for the young people, therefore, they can stay home sweet home. Thanks

    • Thanks Yewondwosen! Yes Africa has too put platform to enable youth to develop the continent, the first thing to do is to enlight the youth to fight backwardness and subservience


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