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.

Dehai News

Leadership in the time of COVID-19 | Music and belonging

Posted by: The Conversation Global

Date: Thursday, 26 March 2020

 

Editor's note

The leader of every country in the world is facing tough choices in the wake of the rapid spread of COVID-19, each one of them testing the mettle of their characters and leadership qualities. Richard Calland sets out six crucial decisions that presidents and prime ministers are having to make, and weighs what needs to be considered in each. They include timing around when to ramp up efforts to contain contagion, whose advice to listen to, where to draw the line on civil liberties and, the most difficult, how to strike a balance between saving lives and protecting people from economic hardship.

Amid the panic, fear and anxiety that surround COVID-19, glimmers of hope and joy can be found. Many people are turning to music and other forms of art to create community, relax and build solidarity. Michelle Langley and Leah Coutts explain why music is so powerful, especially in difficult times.

Caroline Southey

Editor

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In happier and less challenging times: world leaders and guests pose for a picture on the second day of the annual G7 summit in Biarritz, France, August 2019. Photo by Andrew Parsons - Pool/Getty Images

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Already, we have seen a range of responses globally - from countries that apparently reacted too late, to those who acted relatively early.

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Singing away the coronavirus blues: making music in a time of crisis reminds us we belong

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Faith communities are changing many traditional practices to deal with coronavirus restrictions. An historian of the Bible argues how innovation has long been part of religious practice.

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You won't see a blue shark near the beach, but thanks to 50 years of tagging data, scientists are learning about their wide-ranging lives at sea.

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Pourquoi le peuple algérien aspire au prix Nobel de la paix

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La mobilisation du peuple algérien, depuis plus d’un an, est remarquable par sa ténacité et par son pacifisme. Et si ce peuple, dans son ensemble, était récompensé par le prix Nobel de la paix ?

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La ville de Dakar ne doit pas être dotée d’un statut spécial, comme le souhaite le gouvernement. Au-delà de la ville, il convient de doter toute l’agglomération d’un gouvernement métropolitain.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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