ERI2ERI?

Eri2Eri.com is a social media network currently in English language connecting Ethiopians and Eritreans in the diaspora and domestic communities. A filing cabinet of information on Eritrean and Ethiopian culture with a focus on:

CONNECT with the Habesha community across the globe.

SHARE your passion: from latest news to business to online classes.

INSPIRE others and watch the community grow.

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ERI2ERI?

Eri2Eri.com is a social media network currently in English language connecting Ethiopians and Eritreans in the diaspora and domestic communities. A filing cabinet of information on Eritrean and Ethiopian culture with a focus on:

CONNECT with the Habesha community across the globe.

SHARE your passion: from latest news to business to online classes.

INSPIRE others and watch the community grow.

Nelson Mandela

"The challenge for each one of you is to take up these ideals of tolerance and respect for others and put them to practical use in your schools, your communities and throughout your lives."

CHARITY?

Eritrean refugees and asylum seekers now live in many Western countries and all over the World. By personally assisting these refugees and asylum seekers, soul to soul, you can materially improve their experience and accelerate their independence within Western society, lets provide them with healing and with hope for our future’s. 

CHARITY

Eritrean refugees and asylum seekers now live in many Western countries and all over the World. By personally assisting these refugees and asylum seekers, soul to soul, you can materially improve their experience and accelerate their independence within Western society, lets provide them with healing and with hope for our future’s. 

HABESHA?

“Habesha” also means “incense gatherer“ in the Mehri language.
Ethiopian and Eritrean diaspora have adopted the term “Habesha” in a broader sense as a supra-national ethnic identifier inclusive of all Eritreans and Ethiopians.

A third century inscription belonging to the Aksumite Empire, indicates that Aksum’s then ruler governed an area which was flanked to the west by the territory of Ethiopia and Sasu. The Aksumite King Ezana would eventually conquer Nubia the following century, and the Aksumites were thereafter referred to as “Ḥabasha in Arabic.“

HABESHA?

“Habesha” also means “incense gatherer“ in the Mehri language.
Ethiopian and Eritrean diaspora have adopted the term “Habesha” in a broader sense as a supra-national ethnic identifier inclusive of all Eritreans and Ethiopians.</p>
A third century inscription belonging to the Aksumite Empire, indicates that Aksum’s then ruler governed an area which was flanked to the west by the territory of Ethiopia and Sasu. The Aksumite King Ezana would eventually conquer Nubia the following century, and the Aksumites were thereafter referred to as “Ḥabasha in Arabic.“

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CONTACT US

Headquarters: Senna Building Gorsuch Place, London E2 8JF
Phone: (020) 7628 4833
US: 10845 Griffith Peak Dr #2, Las Vegas, NV 89135
Phone: (702) 932 3424
UK: The Hanover, Corporation St, Manchester M4 4AH
Phone: (016) 1791 3431

CONTACT US

Headquarters: Senna Building Gorsuch Place, London E2 8JF
Phone: (020) 7628 4833
US: 10845 Griffith Peak Dr #2, Las Vegas, NV 89135
Phone: (702) 932 3424
UK: The Hanover, Corporation St, Manchester M4 4AH
Phone: (016) 1791 3431

Eri2Eri have much planned for the future, working with great clients and our continued community app development. If you’d like to join our team, then we’d also love to hear from you.
Eri2Eri have much planned for the future, working with great clients and our continued community app development. If you’d like to join our team, then we’d also love to hear from you.

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