Shabait.com (Asmara)

6 March 2008

Eritrea: Tessenei Sub-Zone - Different Social Service Institutions Constructed And Renovated

Tessenei — The construction and renovation of different social service institutions in Tessenei sub-zone at a cost of 30 million Nakfa have been inaugurated.

The 25 social service institutions undertaken jointly by the Government and the town administration include 6 schools, 7 health centers, a recreation center, fruits and vegetables marketplace, cattle market center and guest house, among others.

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony in which ministry and association branch heads, as well as Army commanders and representatives of the public took part, the Administrator of the sub-zone, Mr. Tekleberhan Gebrewold, pointed out that the renovated and constructed facilities are part of the on-going national reconstruction program.

He further indicated that the newly implemented potable water supply project at an expenditure of 114 million Nakfa would provide service, and thereby ease potable water supply problems in the sub-zone. The construction of sports field is also nearing finalization and that Cinema Tessenei and the administration office would be renovated, Mr. Tekleberhan added.

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