Eritrean government closes down rural clinics

The government has shut down five rural clinics in Tsorona, Mendefera, Segeniety and Ingela village in Anseba region.

The clinics had been giving primary health care in rural areas under the supervision of the  Catholic Church of Eritrea for long periods of time.

Erena sources say that the shutdown comes after the government ordered all schools, clinics run by mosques or churches to be placed under the direct supervision of the Ministries of Education and Health.

Meanwhile, many families are trying to find the places of imprisonment of students, board members and some parents of Asmara’s Diya’a Islamic Schools

The government is still holding tens of them incommunicado, and without trial, after the demonstrations at Diya’a Islamic School last November.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Twitter @Strathinknet

  • RT @VRugwabiza: Dear friends from @Ethiopia_UN : Congratulations and much appreciation from your friends from @RwandaUN. Your 2 year term…
    about 1 day ago
  • RT @AnalystSomalia: #Garanug dining in at #HiddaRaac restaurant in the outskirts of #Garowe, #Puntland ; Gerenuk (Litocranius walleri) i…
    about 2 days ago
  • This is funny. @wdavison10 We all must have a sense a humor around ridiculous discourse. https://t.co/UElbnCHpdC
    about 5 days ago
  • True. https://t.co/kIbZQgbwMM
    about 5 days ago
  • RT @DeqiWoldeMikel: @BronwynBruton @AlmazZerai @WediEnderta @strathinknet @DrMehari - 100,000s in trenches or enslaved in NS - Univ shut d…
    about 5 days ago
  • This is funny. @wdavison10 We all must have a sense a humor around ridiculous discourse. https://t.co/UElbnCHpdC
    about 5 days ago