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Eritrea: Inhabitants of Gizgiza Administrative Area Striving to Improve Potable Water Quality

Hamelmalo — The inhabitants of Gizgiza Administrative area, Hamelmalo sub-zone, are engaged in popular undertaking with a view to improving potable water quality in collaboration with EDF members. Reports indicate that water resources in the locality have higher salinity, and that the current venture is aimed at securing better access to potable water from Anseba River through laying 12 Km-long pipes.

Mr. Mohammed Idris Ali, Administrator of Genfelom Administrative area, pointed out that more than 150 inhabitants are participating in the undertaking, in addition to 200 EDF members.

Among the EDF members, Ahmed Saleh and Hamd Idris voiced satisfaction with taking part in the campaign, and said that they have been participating in various popular development initiatives, besides the labor support they extend to families of fallen heroes.

Out of the inhabitants, Mr. Al-Jami'e Mohammed explained that the inhabitants of the villages of Griesh, Basheri, Hitsats, Kimiel, Zuron, Qush and Gam, as well as the residents of Hamelmalo semi-urban center also are demonstrating active participation in the process.

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