Eritrea: Environmental Information Gathering Workshop

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Eritrea: Environmental Information Gathering Workshop

  • News by AUN News correspondent
  • Wednesday, October 19, 2022.
  • AUN News – ISSN: 2949-8090

Summary:

  • The Ministry of Land, Water, and Environment, along with the Global Monitoring for Environment Security and the Africa Regional Center for Mapping Resources for Development, put on a workshop on monitoring and evaluating the environment on October 18 and 19.

  • It was held in Asmara Palace.

  • The goal of the workshop, which had people from partner ministries, institutions, and organizations, was to gather concise information about what was going on at the national level and come up with ideas for how to solve problems.

  • The workshop’s goal, according to Mr. Tesfay Gebreselasie, Minister of Land, Water, and Environment, who delivered the keynote address, is to use technology to support objective national, regional, and international monitoring programs for environmental and security initiatives.

  • Mr. Aman Saleh, who was in charge of the workshop and is the director of environmental information and promotion at the ministry, said that the goal was to find any gaps in the current information about the environment and use information technology to collect clear data with the help of partners.

The Ministry of Land, Water, and Environment, along with the Global Monitoring for Environment Security and the Africa Regional Center for Mapping Resources for Development, put on a workshop on monitoring and evaluating the environment on October 18 and 19. It was held at Asmara Palace.

The goal of the workshop, which had people from partner ministries, institutions, and organizations, was to gather concise information about what was going on at the national level and come up with ideas for how to solve problems.

Minister of Land, Water, and Environment Tesfay Gebreselasie, who gave the keynote address, said that the goal of the workshop is to use technology to support objective national, regional, and international monitoring programs for environmental and security projects. He also told people to use the information and do what they should to protect the environment and keep everyone safe.

Mr. Aman Saleh, who was in charge of the workshop and is the director of environmental information and promotion at the ministry, said that the goal was to find any gaps in the current information about the environment and use information technology to collect clear data with the help of partners.

Representatives of the Regional Center for Mapping of Resources for Development, which is made up of 14 East African countries, Mr. Stephen Sande and Mr. Teddy Mwangi, said that the center’s goal is to collect data so that information technology can be used to deal with environmental problems and problems that are holding the environment back.

Eritrea, Ethiopia, Sudan, Djibouti, Comoros, Madagascar, Tanzania, Kenya, Mauritius, Rwanda, Seychelles, Somalia, South Sudan, and Uganda are all a part of the Regional Center for Mapping of Resources for Development.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of the Ministry of Information, Eritrea.

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