Due to the low job opportunities and the lack of a minimum wage, most of the Eritrean refugees in the country are dependent on family members or relatives living abroad. SIHA supported the Eritrean Women for Development Association (EWDA), a SIHA member, with a small grant to economically empower the low-income women. Thirteen women from […]
SIHA Network is delighted that the UN Human Rights Council has taken the decision to renew the mandate of the UN Special Rapporteur for the Situation of Human Rights in Eritrea, Ms. Sheila B Keetharuth. The mandate was adopted by the HRC without a vote and furthermore a resolution was adopted which strongly condemned practices[…..]
Please download our latest publication which relays testimonies of Eritrean women reflecting grave violations in their country and beyond. The stories of nine women tell great risks they are exposed to and their experiences with traffickers who dehumanize them in every possible way.