Lessons Of Indian Experience For Eritrea
Both India and Eritrea are developing countries. India as a leader of Third world made a huge stride in human resource development and agriculture development where as Eritrea, a young nation still striving hard to develop these areas and thus achieve self reliance. In line with this, Eritrea has been using Indian human resources, as part of its capacity building in education, agricultural and other related areas. An attempt is made in this article to compare Eritrean situation and with some of the Indian experiences and also provide some implications for the policy development in Eritrea. The article ends with some concluding remarks.
|Date of creation:||2006|
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|Publication status:||Published in Africa Quarterly - An Indian Journal of African Affairs 4.46(2006): pp. 18-23|
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