Human Rights & Humanitarian Condition Seminar
The seminar was held in Minneapolis, MN on Saturday, Jan 15, 2011.
Several papers were presented by:
The seminar had achieved its goal to shed light on the issue of human rights in Eritrea and the Eritrean refugees’ problem.
College Scholarships for Eritrean Refugees
As part of our continuous commitment to support education for Eritrean Refugees in Eastern Sudan, the Eritrean Foundation for Social Justice and Development provided 4 financial college scholarships for qualified Eritrean Students based on need and academic performance.
The students who were awarded the scholarships were:
The application process was administered by the American Relief Agency for the Horn of African (ARAHA).
American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa (ARAHA)
COV-19 medical supplies
As COV-19 pandemic spreads across the world, Eritrean Refugees in crowded refugee camps are more vulnerable to infections. As a result, our organization has been promoting public health, by simple means such frequently washing hands and wearing face masks.
Our organization provided face masks, hand soaps and personal hygiene materials to about one thousand (1000) families in the refugee camps in eastern Sudan. We continuously allocate our limited funds where it is most effective, and we are dedicated to make a difference among the refugees in the camps.
Eritrean Foundation for Social Justice and Development (EFSJD)