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Potable Water Supply Problem In Emberemi Needs To Be Eased, Local Inhabitants Say

The inhabitants of Meashiyat in Emberemi administrative area highlighted the need for addressing the existing potable water supply problem in the locality.
Emberemi, 11 October 2010 – The inhabitants of Meashiyat in Emberemi administrative area highlighted the need for addressing the existing potable water supply problem in the locality.

They expressed satisfaction for becoming beneficiaries of various social services and stated that the implementation of development programs aimed at improving the people’s standard of living fully attests to the Government’s commitment to ensure social justice. The local inhabitants explained that they are facing acute potable water supply problem due to the fact that there exists no water storage infrastructure facility.

Noting that the transport problem they previously used to encounter has been eased thanks to the construction of the Massawa-Gilbub road, they called for urgent action towards tackling the potable water supply problem that is exposing them to various water-born diseases.

Reports indicated that the local inhabitants along with their cattle are drinking water from the same well which lacks sanitation and leading to various diseases.

The Administrator of the administrative area, Mr. Saleh Al-Amin, stated that the well is providing water to the inhabitants of Emberemi, Debet-Amir and Ketanit. Its depth has also been elevated from the previous 12 meters to 20 meters, he added. Mr. Saleh further stressed the need for giving due attention to the existing potable water supply problem in the locality. 

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