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Inhabitants Of 15 Administrative Areas In Debaruwa Sub-Zone Carried Out Popular Campaign In 16 Schools

The inhabitants of 15 administrative areas of Debaruwa sub-zone carried out renovation and construction of additional classrooms in 16 schools at a cost of 4.5 million Nakfa in collaboration with the Administration.
Debaruwa, 20 July 2010 – The inhabitants of 15 administrative areas of Debaruwa sub-zone carried out renovation and construction of additional classrooms in 16 schools at a cost of 4.5 million Nakfa in collaboration with the Administration.

The popular campaign included construction of additional classrooms in 7 schools, building of 6 teachers’ dormitories and installation of solar energy devices in Guhcha’a, a hall in Shiketi, offices and water pipeline in Adi-Tseai and Debarbaw,

Mr. Russom Kal’ab, one of the inhabitants of Adi-Baro, said that the inhabitants of eight villages have contributed both physical and financial support for the construction of four additional classrooms in the junior school of Adi-Baro.

The head of the branch office of the Ministry of Education in the sub-zone, Mr. Mehari Kiros, called on other villages to follow in the example of this campaign. 

The head of the administrative area of Temajula, Mr. Mesfin Amahatsion, expressed satisfaction with the taken initiative.

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