19 December 2012

Eritrea: Health Station Gets Access to Water Supply

Debarwa — The health station in Gebrekefelet village, Debarwa sub-zone, has ensured access to potable water supply through popular undertaking that involved financial, labor and material resources.

Among the participants, Mr. Gebremichael Mebrahtu indicated that the campaign also targeted construction of a fence for the health station, and expressed the fellow inhabitants' readiness to engage in similar community ventures in the future.

Mr. Alazar Siletsion, Administrator of Adi-gebrai Administrative area, lauded the initiative taken by the community.

Mr. Semere Gebremichael, head of the health station, on his part expressed conviction that the community's support is an inciting factor for them to demonstrate commitment in their career, and voiced the staff members' readiness to render commendable service.

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