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Community-Based Environmental Sanitation To Be Enhanced In Northern Red Sea Region

Community-based environmental sanitation campaign should continue in an enhanced manner as it has a vital role to play in ensuring public health and promoting sound ecology, stated Dr. Kesete Araya, head of environmental protection in the Health Ministry.
Ginda, 3  November 2010 – Community-based environmental sanitation campaign should continue in an enhanced manner as it has a vital role to play in ensuring public health and promoting sound ecology, stated Dr. Kesete Araya, head of environmental protection in the Health Ministry.

In a meeting he held in Ginda with the inhabitants of sub-zones in the Northern Red Sea region, Dr. Kesete indicated that internal directives have been issued to promote sanitation campaign with a view to ensuring public health in different parts of the country. As a result, encouraging achievements have been registered in controlling communicable diseases, he added.

The head of social services in Ginda sub-zone, Ms. Fatuma Mohammed Kentibai, said on his part that the meeting is aimed at assessing the tasks accomplished and mapping out future action plan.

Reports indicated that internal directives have been issued towards maintaining environmental sanitation in a number of villages in the region, including Nefasit, Embatkala, Laelai and Tahtai Dengolo, Emkulu, Emberemi, Hirgigo, Measheit, Afabet, Kemchewa, Felket, Bada, Emahmime and Jamile.

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