እቲ ዓመት ዓመት ኣብ ሪፕሊ ወስት ቨርጂንያ (Ripley, West Virginia) ዝካየድ ዝነበረ ንግደት ደሃይ (Dehai Retreat) ብሰሪ ለበዳ ሕማም ቫይረስ ኮሮና ተሪፉ'ሎ። እቶም ኣብዚ ንግደት እዚ እንሳተፍ ዝነበርናን ፡ ኣብ’ዚ ናይ ሎም ዘበን ንግደት ክንሳተፍ መደብ ዝነበረናን ኩልና ፡ እቲ ንዕኡ ኢልና ከነውጽኦ ሓሲብናዮ ዝነበርና ገንዘብ ፡ ይብዛሕ ይውሓድ ፡ ኣብ’ቲ ህዝብና ንለበዳ ሕማም ቫይረስ ኮሮና ንምምካት ኢደይ ኢድካ እናበለ ዘካይዶ ዘሎ ማዕከን ወፈያ ክኣቱ እናተማሕጸንና ፡ እቶም ኣብዚ ክትሳተፉ እትደልዩ ናብ https://www.eritreafightscovid19.org/ ብምኻድ ክተዋጽኡ ብትሕትና ንዕድም።
እዚ ነተን ሓያላትን ሃብታማትን ዝብሃላ ሃገራት ከይተረፈ በዲሁ ብናህሪ ዝላባዕ ዘሎ ሰራም ለበዳ ሕማም ቫይረስ ኮሮና ዘምክሕ ኣይኰነን። ህዝብና ሰሚሩ መኪቱ ክሰግሮ ዘሎና ትምኒት ንገልጽ። ክብረት ይሃበልና

The annual Dehai Retreat for 2020 has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic and total lockdown in the area. For this reason we encourage all those of us who used to attend these retreats in the past and those who were planning for this year to contribute the funds they would have spent for the Retreat (big or small) to the urgently needed #EritreaFightsCovid19 Fund. Make your contributions now by going to https://www.eritreafightscovid19.org/.
This fast spreading pandemic is challenging every country in the world. It is our sincere hope that our population will succeed in the efforts it is taking to slow down and arrest this pandemic.
Thank you.

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(FAO) Desert Locust Threat Increases in Horn of Africa, UN Says

Posted by: Semere Asmelash

Date: Thursday, 05 December 2019



Desert Locust situation update  5 December 2019

Situation deteriorates as swarms increase

The current situation is extremely serious in the Eastern and Central regions.

Despite intensive control operations, hopper bands and swarms continue to form along both sides of the Indo-Pakistan border where an unprecedented third generation of breeding started in November. Some swarms have began their seasonal migration westwards with a few swarms crossing the Arabian Sea to northern Oman while groups have already appeared in southeast Iran. Swarm migration is likely to continue during December to southwest Pakistan, southern Iran and northern Oman, and decline thereafter. Countries should remain alert and be prepared. Subsequent breeding could be delayed in some areas by winter temperatures.

In the Horn of Africa, swarms have formed in Ethiopia and moved northwards, reaching the Red Sea coast of Eritrea where breeding was underway and at least one swarm crossed the Red Sea to Saudi Arabia. Other swarms in Ethiopia moved east towards the Ogaden, supplemented by additional swarms from adjacent areas of northern Somalia where hopper bands formed. More swarms are expected to form and move to Djibouti, the Ogaden, southern Somalia and perhaps northeast Kenya.

A few swarms formed on the Red Sea coast in Yemen and moved north to Saudi in November. Adult groups and a swarm formed in the summer breeding areas of Sudan and adult groups have appeared on the Sudanese Red Sea coast. Winter breeding along both sides of the Red Sea will cause locust numbers to increase further and hopper bands could form in some places.

The situation remains calm in the Western Region where small-scale breeding occurred in parts of the northern Sahel.





Desert Locust Threat Increases in Horn of Africa, UN Says




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