Eritrea remains a country of immense economic potential. In fact, the government has endeavoured to protect the most vulnerable segments of the population and to implement its long-term development policies by maintaining an extensive social safety net, and invests in three priority areas: food security and agricultural production; infrastructure development; and human resource development. It aims to create the necessary conditions for the emergence of a modern, technologically advanced and internationally competitive economy. These infrastructures development including Real Estate, Housing, Railway, Road and more.
Eritrea has also long recognized the transformation power of infrastructure, and it has directed much of its resources towards improving the infrastructural sector. Numerous economic or development studies, as well as many international organizations, elucidate the important role played by roads, dams, clinics and factories. Such measures not only change the landscape, but also fundamentally transform the lives of people.
Major infrastructures in Eritrea including :
Port Large active port at Massawa on Red Sea; one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes
Roads Paved road from Massawa through Asmara and then to within 50 km of site then flat hard pan to site
Power Onsite power generation; diesel trucked in from Massawa
Water Robust permitted groundwater sources
Air Service Regular commercial jet service from Cairo, Istanbul and Dubai. Bisha site has government constructed airstrip.