3 January 2013

Eritrea: Citizens to Sustain Popular Undertakings

Hagaz — The inhabitants of Hagaz sub-zone said that they would continue engaging in popular undertakings, which impact has already become visible in the Administrative areas of Awenjeli, Ad-Fakai, Harnet and Adalet.

They voiced the commitment at a joint seminar conducted in Hagaz semi-urban center, during which Mr. Mohammed Ali Bidho, a member of the Anseba regional Assembly, pointed out that the community venture should prioritize construction of water catchment walls, terraces and water diversion canals, besides renovation of dirt roads.

Also speaking on the occasion, Mr. Tadesse Hadera, head of crime prevention in the locality, called on parents to play due role in bequeathing cultural values to the young generation, and youths to refrain from addictive practices and unlawful acts. Moreover, he indicated that the police force there made major accomplishments last year in collaboration with the inhabitants.

Furthermore, the participants of the seminar called for integrated efforts as regards combating communicable diseases, doing away with child marriage and reinforcement of parent-teacher relations, among others.

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