Here are more Eritrean humanitarian topics in site maps including Eritrean humanitarian cases in this site map. This is the primary Eritrean site map 3 G in the HOA's network, through which I include posts about the humanitarian topics in Eritrea made by Eritrean users and some other nationals from the Horn of Africa and East Africa.
The Eritrean humanitarian issues are part of the basic Humanitarian Network, which is focused on East Africa and the Horn of Africa in this region, in particular. This network is also supported by other humanitarian subjects from other states in the Horn of Africa and East Africa together.
However, the Eritrean Humanitarian Topics and the humanitarian topics in other states are divided in sub-categories to include the internally displaced people, the gender abuse, the human rights and the refugees from some of the states in the region.
The other primary and secondary site maps in HOA, which highlight each state in East Africa by different topics are included in the categories below the main Eritrean humanitarian topics in this site map.
This is the website organizational work we had to implement to categorize the East Africa and the Horn Africa's Network by country and then categorize each country by cultural, economical, humanitarian, literary and political topics.
So, here are some Eritrean Humanitarian Topics including some of the stories of the refugees, followed by the other site maps in this website. But, first get to know Eritrea starting from the Eritrean primary and secondary site maps below.
The Eritrean Site Maps:
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 A - Eritrea
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 B - Eritrean Political Articles
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 C - Eritrean Forums Online
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 D - Eritreans Write Online
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 E - Eritreans Love Commentaries
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 F - Eritrean Political Comments
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 G - Eritrean Humanitarian Topics
Eritrean Secondary Site Map 13 B - Eritrean Refugees
Eritrean Secondary Site Map 17 - Write about Eritrea
So, before reading the Eritrean Humanitarian Topics below, take a glimpse at the supportive project included in the HOA's Comprehensive Projects below:
EU Plays Hide and Seek Politics with Refugees in Libya - The European union played this game while hundreds of Eritreans detained in Italian financed detention centers in Libya and deported back to Eritrea by Italian financed flights.
Italy also played the pushback policy advocated as the best strategy to stop the influx of immigrants to Italy and sent many of them back to end as food for the shark in the sea.
EU Plays Hide and Seek Politics with Refugees in Libya - Comments - Wedi Abuslim replied saying that some Eritreans has been released, but they have been exposed to different kinds of dangers.
Admin says while the financial crisis spreads and the recession continues, it would take time for the humanitarian efforts to reach those refugees who need urgent humanitarian assistance.
UNHCR Resumes Operations in Libya - After the closure of the UNHCR in Libya, Selmawi followed the reactions of the EU Parliament, Amnesty International, the International Organization for Peace, Human Rights Watch and Care and Relief.
He cited Melissa Fleming, the UN Refugee Agency's spokesperson, "We regret this decision as we believe the UNHCR has a great deal of work to do in Libya to protect, assist and find durable solutions for the refugees there".
Taking the Eritrean Humanitarian Topics into consideration and after great humanitarian efforts made in the media through this network, the UNHCR resumed partial operations in Libya.
UNHCR Resumes Operations in Libya - Comments - Admin says the economical relations always play the vital role in shifting the policy for those powers who seek economical interests in their relations with the third world.
They play prolonged principal maneuvers to shift even the politics in those countries and tie them with capitalistic orientation through their international monetary systems.
African Refugees' Influx to Europe - Selmawi posted that the intention of the African refugees to get out of Libya to western Europe has been a headache for the European authorities in the last decades.
The European Union looks therefore at Libya to only build business partnership and thus control the African influx to Europe from Libya.
African Refugees' Influx to Europe - Comments - He again commented that it is strange for the European Union to be much worried about the closure of the UNHCR in Libya.
Focusing in the Eritrean Humanitarian topics, Selmawi explains that now every body concerned understand the dirty business in this regard, which proves the humanitarian efforts have different commercial agendas.
Asmeroum commented saying it will cost hard currencies to ensure the economical flow of the European revenues from the Libyan oil.
He concludes that combating the influx of immigrants to Europe is worse and it has humanitarian costs.
Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia - Elizabeth Burns has been in Ethiopia as a volunteer English teacher and she met one of the Eritrean refugees there.
One of her student was an Eritrean refugee who fled to Ethiopia to find himself in critical situation, as he has forged papers and the Ethiopian authorities began to round people with illegal entrees.
He wanted to get from there to America. A dream so many people in the area have. So, she sent the story we published in the Eritrean humanitarian topics and asked for some advices.
Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia - Comments - One commentator posted a reply to this Eritrean humanitarian topic. Abraham asked many questions, as Medhane did before about the credibility of this story.
He said Eritreans would never flee to Ethiopia, because they know what does that mean.
He questioned not only the loyalty and faith of those who fled to Ethiopia, but also the so-called Eritrean opposition groups in Ethiopia too.
Eri_Ethio_Mixed_Families in Khartoum, the capital of (the previously called) Sudan have appealed at the time this issue rose, as (urban refugee) to bring the attention of international human rights organizations to their humanitarian case.
They sent a summarized message to work it out and submit it to the relevant organization and to publish it with the Eritrean humanitarian topics on the network.
Eri_Ethio_Mixed_Families Comments - The message of the committee of the Eritrean-Ethiopian mixed families in Sudan has been submitted to many humanitarian organizations to address this matter.
What has happened since then?
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In addition to the Eritrean Humanitarian Topics, Site Map 3 G, here are the primary and secondary site maps:
The East Africa and HOA's Primary Site Maps:
East Africa and HOA's Primary Site Map 1: Horn of Africa
East Africa and HOA's Primary Site Map 2: Djibouti
East Africa and HOA's Primary Site Map 3: Eritrea
East Africa and HOA's Primary Site Map 4: Ethiopia
East Africa and HOA's Primary Site Map 5: Kenya
East Africa and HOA's Primary Site Map 8: Uganda
East Africa and HOA's Primary Site Map 9: Chad
East Africa and HOA's Primary Map 10: Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC
East Africa and HOA's Primary Site Map 11: Political Site Map
East Africa and HOA's Primary Site Map 12: Political Section
East Africa and HOA's Primary Site Map 13: Humanitarian Network
East Africa and HOA's Primary Site Map 14: Political Sense Journal
The East Africa and HOA's Secondary Site Maps:
HOA Political Scene Site Map 15: Write about HOA
HOA Political Scene Site Map 16: Write about Djibouti
HOA Political Scene Site Map 17: Write about Eritrea
HOA Political Scene Site Map 18: Write about Ethiopia
HOA Political Scene Site Map 19: Write about Kenya
HOA Political Scene Site Map 20: Write about Somalia
HOA Political Scene Site Map 21: Write about Sudan
HOA Political Scene Site Map 22: Write about Uganda
HOA Political Scene Site Map 23: Write about Chad
HOA Political Scene Site Map 24: Write about DRC
The East Africa and HOA's Readers Site Maps:
HOA Political Scene Site Map 25: Readers Write Good
HOA Political Scene Site Map 26: Readers Write Comments
HOA Political Scene Site Map 27: Readers Read Good
HOA Political Scene Site Map 28: Comments
HOA Political Scene Site Map 29: Readers Comment
East Africa and HOA's Newsletter Site Maps:
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 30, Horn of Africa's Newsletters
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 31, Horn of Africa's Bulletins
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 32, Horn of Africa's Ezines
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 33, Horn of Africa's Political Newsletters
HOA PoliticalScene Site Map 34, Horn of Africa's Journal
The Somali Site Maps:
Primary Site Map 6 A, Somalia and Somaliland
Primary Site Map 6 B, Somali Arabic Comments
Primary Site Map 6 C, Somali Political Articles
Primary Site Map 6 D, Somali Political Forums
Primary Site Map 6 E, Somali Political Comments
Secondary Site Map 20, Write about Somalia
The Sudanese Primary Site Maps:
Primary Site Map 7 A, Sudan and South Sudan
Primary Site Map 7 B, Sudanese Political Articles
Primary Site Map 7 C, Sudanese Arabic Political Articles
Primary Site Map 7 D, Sudanese Economical Forums
Primary Site Map 7 E, Sudanese Cultural Forums
Primary Site Map 7 F, Sudanese Forum
Primary Site Map 7 G, Sudanese Forums
Primary Site Map 7 H, Sudanese Regional Politics
The Sudanese Secondary Site Maps:
Secondary Site Map 21 A, Write about Sudan
Secondary Site Map 21 B, Comments on Sudan
Secondary Site Map 21 C, Sudan Online
Secondary Site Map 21 D, Sudanese Online
Secondary Site Map 21 E, Sudanese Regimes' Political Crimes
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