Eritrea: Activity Assessment Meeting

Keren — Reports indicate that majority of the development programs charted out for this year in Hagaz subzone are being implemented as planned and as a result the socio-economic lives of residents is improving.

At the activity assessment meeting in which administrators of 17 administrative areas managing directors and representatives of the public took part, it was stated that residents in cooperation with government institutions have conducted commendable work.

According to reports presented at the event, dirt roads linking Hagaz to Awenjeli and Ad-Alamin to Badot have been constructed through popular force and that the road linking Hagaz to Ad-Alamin have been renovated.

It was also pointed out that in a bid to alleviate potable water problem in Enchinak administrative area new water source worth over 440 thousand Nakfa have been constructed and that three additional maternity waiting rooms have been constructed in Kurmd health station. It was also indicated that residents of Begu, Ad-Omer and Fana administrative areas have contributed monetary and cereals support to families of the martyrs.

Speaking at the event, Ms. Amna Haj, administrator of the sub zone, pointed out successful land allotment activity has been conducted in 15 administrative area and called for enhanced organizational capacity for better outcome.

The participants on their part called for the regrouping of Begu administrative area, completion of the construction of dams in Gordik and Ashara, construction of dam in Murani, and for the start of secondary level education in Ashera, Kermed, Hasheshay and Glas among others.

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