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Administrator urges inhabitants of Beda to make good use of social services

The Administrator of Northern Red Sea region, Ms. Tsegereda Woldegergis, called on the inhabitants of Beda, Gelalo sub-zone, to make good use of the service-rendering institutions put in place in the area at substantial expenditure.
Gelalo, 30 November 2010 – The Administrator of Northern Red Sea region, Ms. Tsegereda Woldegergis, called on the inhabitants of Beda, Gelalo sub-zone, to make good use of the service-rendering institutions put in place in the area at substantial expenditure.

In a meeting with the local inhabitants following a visit to Ragala water diversion scheme and the farmland put under cultivation through it, as well as the progress of education in the area, she said that the investment being made in the agriculture sector could not succeed without active popular participation. In this respect, Ms. Tsegereda urged the inhabitants to redouble efforts in agricultural activities, besides sending their children to school.

The Chairman of the regional Assembly, Mr. Ibrahim Ali Sheik, on his part reminded village elders and parents to work diligently in ensuring active student participation in education in both sexes.

Expressing admiration with the Government’s endeavors to improve the people’s standard of living, the participants of the meeting voiced determination to combat traditional practices hindering female participation in education.

The inhabitants of Beda further stressed the need for properly supervising the function of Ragali water diversion scheme as their lifestyle heavily depends on agriculture and herding activities, in addition to creating the ground for the inhabitants of Simoti to obtain social service.

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