Business is booming.

SWP vital in reinforcing unity and harmony among students, Say participants

Participants of the Summer Work Program (SWP) in the Central region highlighted the paramount importance of the program in reinforcing unity and harmony among one another, on top of its significance in backing up the development drive. 
Asmara, 7 August 2010 – Participants of the Summer Work Program (SWP) in the Central region highlighted the paramount importance of the program in reinforcing unity and harmony among one another, on top of its significance in backing up the development drive. 

They pointed out that that  such a campaign should be undertaken in an enhanced manner in the future as they themselves are its primary beneficiaries. They went on to say that the program creates conducive ground for the students to enrich the theoretical aspect of the academy with practical one.

Noting that effective tasks are being accomplished through the SWP, the participants indicated that the unity and harmony being reinforced among one another is a major  asset that should not be viewed lightly.

The  head of SWP in the Education Ministry’s branch in the region, Mr. Abraham Berhe, explained that about 5,660 students along with caretakers are taking active part in 11 stations in this year’s Summer Work  Program being held for the 14th time at the regional level.

The activities being carried out focus on soil and water conservation, construction of embankments and terraces, as well as the digging of holes and renovation of schools, among others, according to reports.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More