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About NUEW - National Union of Eritrean Women
In its current form, the NUEW is an autonomous non-governmental organization dedicated to improving the status of Eritrean women. Since independence in , NUEW has continued to enhance the role of women by raising their political consciousness through literacy campaigns, credit programs, English language lessons, and other skills training. NUEW is administered by a headquarters office located in Asmara, as well as by regional offices located in all six zones. Membership numbers over , women.
Eritrean Americans are Americans who are of Eritrean ancestry. As of , there are 33, Eritrean-born citizens living in the U. Since the inception of the war in the s many immigrants from Eritrea left for the United States. By , the Eritrean community in the U.
In the two days workshop 7 research papers prepared by different people from ministries and governmental organizations were presented one after the other. The general idea of the papers presented by Ms. Hermon Tesfalidet, Mr. Solomon Abraham, manager of Imperial Hotel, Azieb Birhane, from Head Quarter of the NUEW, were emphasizing to continue positive discriminations until women obtained competitive efficiency, to install gender sensitive systems in all ministries and governmental organizations and the NUEW to take the responsibilities to manage its implementations.