The National Union of Eritrean Women organized two weeks of leadership training for 80 members of various government institutions, as well as board members of the National Union of Eritrean Youth and Students and the Union National Eritrean Women.
The training was conducted by Dr. Haile Neguse, an Eritrean expert residing in the United States.
Speaking at the closing event of the training held on July 23, Ms. Tekea Tesfamicael, President of the National Union of Eritrean Women, said the training was part of the effort that the national union undertook to strengthen the capacities of women.
Apprentices, for their part, welcoming the opportunity given to them, demanded the sustainability of the program.
Similarly, the National Union of Youth and Students of Eritrea organized social science training courses for 99 secondary school students, including 55 women from all sub-areas of Anseba region.
The training provided from July 14 to 22 focused on political and ideological concept, philosophy and religion, youth and national service, National Charter, nation and nationalism, youth and environmental conservation, as well as computers.
Speaking at the event, Mr. Azazi Bereketeab, leader of the region’s trade union branch, urged the participants to apply the training they received in the process of nation building.