24 December 2012

Eritrea: Inhabitants of Ginda Town Conduct Popular Sanitation Campaign

Ginda — The inhabitants of Ginda town conducted popular sanitation campaign aimed at controlling the prevalence of communicable, and that positive results are being witnessed.

They also explained that ensuring area sanitation contributes in controlling the prevalence of communicable diseases especially that of malaria. The local inhabitants are practically observing its advantage, reports added.

Among the inhabitants, Ms. Genet Girmai and Mr. Idris Musa, said that the popular campaign they conducted have brought about significant outcome as regards controlling the prevalence of communicable diseases and that they have decided to enhance the one per week popular campaign they have been conducting to twice per week.

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