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Resilience – not a new concept for many vulnerable Eritreans

Resilience – not a new concept for many vulnerable Eritreans

Increasingly battered by the effects of climate change, especially unreliable rainfall and environmental degradation, Eritreans struggle with dwindling water resources.

Eritrea: bringing hope to drought-prone communities

Eritrea: bringing hope to drought-prone communities

At the bottom of a steep, dry and rocky ravine, which can only be reached after climbing down a precipitous path, a dedicated group of community and Red Cross Red Crescent volunteers are building a dam.

Water brings hope to Eritrea’s drought children

Water brings hope to Eritrea’s drought children

It was like a dream for the people of Dembe Adi Tsegai village to see water running from a nearby water source after the five years of drought.

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