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Development Programs Worth 30 Million Nakfa Implemented In She’ib Sub-Zone

Various development programs worth about 30 million Nakfa have been implemented this year in She’ib sub-zone, Northern Red Sea region, according to Mr. Girmai Mengistu the administrator of the sub-zone. She’ib, 19 December 2010 – Various development programs worth about 30 million Nakfa have been implemented this year in She’ib sub-zone, Northern Red Sea region, according to Mr. Girmai Mengistu the administrator of the sub-zone.

Mr. Girmai said that activities including renovation and construction of schools, water diversion schemes, water pipelines and distribution of power supply have been carried out as part of the ongoing development endeavors.

Mr. Girmai said that a library and a secondary school have been constructed in Mensheb at a cost of 15 million Nakfa, and another elementary school worth more than 2.5 million Nakfa has been constructed, in addition to the school in Wekiro built at a cost of a 1.5 million Nakfa.

In line with the endeavors to achieve food security, water diversion schemes have been put in place at a cost of 4 million Nakfa and as a result over 4,500 hectares of land has been put under cultivation.

As regards to ensuring the provision of potable water supply, over 90% of the local inhabitants are now obtaining potable water supply.

The Administrator of the sub-zone indicated that a 24-hour electricity supply would be provided, and urged the inhabitants to take active part in the undertaken development drive.

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