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I love the Eritrean environment and I had been sacrificing my personal life for those people I love. That was very useful to help me carry out my project until I built it the national Eritrean environment organization. Many of the high ruling staffs know this fact.
For example, Alamin Mohammed Saeed, the General Secretary of the People's Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ) in Eritrea said to me many times when we had hot Eritrean coffee, "I know Khalid; you will not get back to the Gulf area to make money. You have been there once and that ends. You love being with us, I know."
He said that many times, as I have mentioned, when my brothers in the Gulf areas sent me so many messages through those faxes in the ruling party's central office, willing to prepare a visa for me to return to the Gulf area.
I thank him very much for his words. I wish him from here good health as I heard that he is ill somewhere and I could not of course reach him. Be health and happiness filled my friend, Alamin Mohammed Saeed.
This is one of the Martyr's Trees planted by the Eritrean President in action 2 of my project. The protection was carried through different plans I prepared to implement planting trees in different occasions.
As a journalist, I knew already that the Eritrean people had lost about half a million humans in the liberation war. The surroundings of the beautiful capital city of Asmara and many other localities have been also degraded badly and there were chemicals, weapons and human remains all over the country.
That was a light to create the idea of the "Martyrs' Tree" and every family or national occasion's tree, to get the life into the soil again.
As a journalist who has his own motivation for reasons, orientation and bias, I organized an offline group network that involved some unions, associations and the whole community to participate in environmental activities I ran in Eritrea.
When any annual anniversary approaches, I would contact the leaders of the unions, associations and schools to implement the comprehensive project I made for such anniversary.
I did that many times, accompanied by mass media coverage and I gained more reputation and then had more friendship ties with those leaders.
For example, many times, as I was trusted, leaders offered me the money needed to carry the projects. Instead of taking the money, I advised them the accountant of the trade union should take it and accompany me while investing that money on the necessary equipments and materials for the environment and to have the invoices needed for accounting purposes.
I carried those activities successfully and developed them to organize the Eritrean National Environment Organization. I simply suggested to the leaders of the trade unions to give me two members from each union to be coordinators in the environment organization.
Greetings to those active key figures: Roma Gebr-Eusus in the Eritrean Confederation of Workers, Amna Nur Hussein in the Social Welfare, Eskalo Mangarious, the ex-Eritrean Women Union leader, Sabhat Efrem the ex-governor of Hamasien Region, and uncle Dabasai, the head of the public service in Asmara municipality, and more greetings to all the Eritrean people.
I walked on my foot down the valleys and up the heights, tore many "sheda", the liberation fighter's sandal, to almost all the schools to get them involved in the environment activities.
The idea I used the media and discussed with different schools' directors, organized the students and invited every association and union to implement, cleaned the environment, covered the country by more than 5 million trees, and built it its own National Environment Organization.
I am so satisfied and grateful! Yes, I should repeat this many times. I love Eritrea!
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