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NAEWDV: Commendable rehabilitation program

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                                The association, in cooperation with partners, has established various sports and income-generating facilities in various regions, including mills and gyms.
                            
                            
                                                
                            
                                                            ASMARA, Eritrea, January 17, 2022/APO Group/ --
                                                        
                            The National Association of Disabled War Veterans of Eritrea stated that the association has carried out commendable activities aimed at improving the socio-economic status of its members.



Speaking with Erina, the head of rehabilitation and restructuring, Mr. Abraham Kifletsion indicated that the association, beyond organizing training programs with a view to building the capacity of members, also provides free health care services.

The training programs that have been taught include driving, sculpture, weaving, beekeeping and livestock, as well as computer science and construction.

Stating that apprentices receive loans to enable them to start small-scale businesses, Mr. Abraham said that between 2016 and 2018 more than 58 million Nakfa loans were distributed to 2,722 members and more than 2.1 million Nakfa in 2021 and asked the beneficiaries to repay their loans on time.

In addition, he indicated that the association has distributed more than 2.5 million interest-free loans to 227 disadvantaged war-disabled women veterans from all regions.

Mr. Abraham further noted that the association, in cooperation with partners, has established various sports and income-generating facilities in various regions, including factories and gyms.

The optical center established in 2019 also provides commendable service, added Mr. Abraham.
NAEWDV: Commendable rehabilitation program

The association, in cooperation with partners, has established various sports and income-generating facilities in various regions, including mills and gyms.

ASMARA, Eritrea, January 17, 2022/APO Group/ —

The National Association of Disabled War Veterans of Eritrea stated that the association has carried out commendable activities aimed at improving the socio-economic status of its members.

Speaking with Erina, the head of rehabilitation and restructuring, Mr. Abraham Kifletsion indicated that the association, beyond organizing training programs with a view to building the capacity of members, also provides free health care services.

The training programs that have been taught include driving, sculpture, weaving, beekeeping and livestock, as well as computer science and construction.

Stating that apprentices receive loans to enable them to start small-scale businesses, Mr. Abraham said that between 2016 and 2018 more than 58 million Nakfa loans were distributed to 2,722 members and more than 2.1 million Nakfa in 2021 and asked the beneficiaries to repay their loans on time.

In addition, he indicated that the association has distributed more than 2.5 million interest-free loans to 227 disadvantaged war-disabled women veterans from all regions.

Mr. Abraham further noted that the association, in cooperation with partners, has established various sports and income-generating facilities in various regions, including factories and gyms.

The optical center established in 2019 also provides commendable service, added Mr. Abraham.

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