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13/10/2014 - New EU Ambassador to the State of Eritrea presents credentials

The Head of the Delegation of European Union to the State of Eritrea, Ambassador Christian R. Manahl, presented his credentials to President Isaias Afwerki on 9 October 2014 at Denden Hall, allowing him officially to assume his duty.

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Working together in the State of Eritrea

Addressing food and livelihood security in drought and war affected rural populations in Eritrea

Addressing food and livelihood security in drought and war affected rural populations in Eritrea

The project aims at strengthening food and livelihood security of drought and war affected agro-pastoralists by improving access to productive agricultural inputs and facilities, increasing access to water and improving conditions of livestock.

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