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Research Papers: Education-Eritrea
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Continuing Medical Education in Eritrea: Need for a System [Chemical Education in Eritrea [ Orotta School of Medicine and Dentistry graduates 57 Medical Doctors [Asmara's Orotta Medical School (with George Washington Univ) [Revisiting the Status of Medical Education and Scientific Research in Eritrea [[The opening of Medical Schools is indeed a turning point in Eritrea’s Healthcare Services
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Education and human resource development in postindependent Eritrea: An explanatory note [Education and human resource development in postindependent Eritrea: An explanatory note
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Higher Education in Eritrea [Higher Education and Nation-building in Eritrea [[Higher Eritrea: Seminar On Education Service in Eritrea Support to Higher Education in Technical Institutions
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Value-based Education for Human Development – Eritrean Perspective [Supporting Higher Education
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Distance education and its potential for the Red Sea nation, Eritrea – a discourse [ Educational Breakthrough in Eritrea: some Expectations and Outcomes
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Challenges in Hallenges in introducing distance education programme in Eritrea : Some Observations and Implications
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Civic Education in Eritrean Schools -How is it going? Sven
Category Report Gender Disparity in Education { An Eritrean Perspective
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0008

The making of elite women within revolution and nation building – The case of Eritrea
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Education and human resource development in post-independent Eritrea: An explanatory note
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Is there a good prospect of education for the younger generation in Eritrea?
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Higher education trends in Eritrea
Category Article Gender Disparity in Education { An Eritrean Perspective
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Education in Eritrea: Some salient issues ( Part I )
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0012

Student Selection and Retention at the University of Asmara, Eritrea by Tekie Asehun Leonida, Ph.D
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Educational Gender Gap in Eritrea
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Gender Disparity in Education - An Eritrean Perspective
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Contextualising Education in Eritrea: Reflections on a Research Experience
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0015

Multilingualism and Nation Building: Language and Education in Eritrea
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Challenges for higher education in Eritrea in the post-independent period to the present a case of Asmara University
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Chemical Education in Eritrea [Ethno-Regional Disparities in primary schooling in Eritrea 1992-2001  
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University of Asmara: Demise by Negligence
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Freedom of Expression and Ethnic Discrimination in the Educational System: Past and Future
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An Entire Generation Denied Higher Education? Are we going to stay silent?
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The first school in Eritrea run by European missionaries.[Nefae Utman: Great Works That Need To Be Found ] Storia della scuola Italiana in Eritrea
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An Entire Generation Denied Higher Education? Are we going to stay silent?
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0023

Support to Higher Education Development :Eritrea [ Understanding Eritrea’s Educational Development Girls’ Enrollment in Secondary Schools in Eritrea: Status and Hindering Factors :Eritrea
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0024

List of universities in Eritrea
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Tertiary Education in Eritrea issues, policies, and challenges (part i and ii)
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Interview with Dr. Tadesse Mehari
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Corsi universitari di GiurisprudenzaIURISPRUDENZA Asmara, li 18 Febbraio 1951
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Speech Delivered by Mr. Gall Aghar in Washington D.C at Keren High School re-union Moments that Change Your Life Forever (in a Wonderful Way)! Keren High School Reunion: A Missing Perspective and a Way Forward
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University of Asmara - Graduates of 1997 University of Asmara Graduation - July 1996 Asmara University Last batch by Prof. Muse Tegegne1/2
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NOKUT Reports on the State of Higher Education in Eritrea Education and youth in post-independence Eritrea Asmara University Last batch by Prof. Muse Tegegne1/2 [ Eritrea: University of Asmara Graduates last bach [ Students return from Eritrean work camp [
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They Are Making Us into Slaves, Not Educating Us” How Indefinite Conscription Restricts Young People’s Rights, Access to Education in Eritrea [
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EDUCATION IN ERITREA, 1941-1962 [
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Origin and development of multilingual education in Eritrea [
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0034

Educational Reflections from Eritrea Learning for All [
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Report on recognition of higher education in Eritrea and Ethiopia [
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Music education in Eritrea [
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0037

Report on recognition of higher education in Eritrea and Ethiopia [
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The Eritrean high school student who developed three new mathematical theorems [
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0039

The historical educational imbalance in Eritrea [
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Modern Education Development, Challenges and Current State in Eritrea (1839 to 2016) [
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Italian schools in the colonial period (1890-1941) [
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ITALIAN SCHOOLS IN ASMARA [
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0044

T'm'h'r'ti (education) :The Zero School [
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Eritrea: Italian school of Asmara closed: Enforced enlistments despite the virus [
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Education, history draft [
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