9 January 2014

Eritrea: Endeavors Exerted in Debarwa Sub-Zone With a View to Promoting Social Service Outreach Witness Remarkable Impact - Report

Debarwa — The inhabitants of various Administrative areas in Debarwa sub-zone indicated that endeavours exerted with a view to promoting social service outreach in the localities have witnessed remarkable impact, and lauded the government's commitment towards improving the livelihood of communities through furthering rural development.

They made the remark at a meeting with the sub-zonal Administration and line ministries yesterday that also witnessed participation of community elders.

Mr. Abraham Teka, Administrator of the sub-zone, disclosed that there is a plan to implement various big developmental projects this year, and called for judicious utilization of social service facilities on the part of the inhabitants, besides the need to sustain communal initiatives in connection with soil and water conservation.

Maj. Kiflemariam Gebrekristos, Commander of the police force in the sub-zone, on his part advised the community representatives to play due role pertaining to facilitating peaceful settlement of legal cases and youths to effectively utilize the educational opportunities accorded them at government expenditure.

The participants of the meeting put forth views focusing on several issues.

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