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Technical training given to tackle problem in potable water supply in Anseba region

Training on overall repair work and technique was given in Keren town to 81 employees from different parts of Anseba region with a view to tackling shortage of drinking water resulting from damage of potable water supply system.

Keren, 4 January 2011 – Training on overall repair work and technique was given in Keren town to 81 employees from different parts of Anseba region with a view to tackling shortage of drinking water resulting from damage of potable water supply system. 

The training organized by the Ministry of Land, Water and Environment branch in the region focuses on potable water supply management, basic know-how of generator, technical care of solar energy-generated potable water supply system, ways of utilizing water pipelines, installation and renovation of hand-pump wells, and the like, according to Mr. Zere Woldetinsae, head of water resource in the branch office.

Noting that 80% of the diseases witnessed in the region are due to lack of potable water supply, he explained that the training is essentially aimed at ensuring public health.

The head of infrastructure development department in the region, Mr. Gebru Haile, said on his part that the regional Administration, in collaboration with partners, is working diligently to ensure the provision of reliable potable water supply.

The trainees stressed the importance of such  training in their day-to-day activities and affirmed that they would made back up the ongoing endeavors.

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