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Inhabitants Of Melebso Getting Access To Various Social Services

The inhabitants of Melebso administrative area, Halhal sub-zone, expressed satisfaction for becoming beneficiaries of various social services as they are grouped in one community.
Melebso, 11 January 2011 – The inhabitants of Melebso administrative area, Halhal sub-zone, expressed satisfaction for becoming beneficiaries of various social services as they are grouped in one community.

They commended the unremitting endeavors of the Government towards expanding equitable social services. In this connection, the local inhabitants stated that they have got access to education, health, potable water supply and transport services thanks to the tasks accomplished in grouping them in one community.

Noting that previously they had no stable pattern of living as they were living in scattered places, they explained that their grouping in permanent area has enabled their children to pursue educational opportunity in their respective places of habitat. They further stated that their living pattern has been transformed from pastoralism  to trading activities, and that Melebso is showing speedy urbanization.

The Acting head of the administrative area, Mr. Ibrahim Hamid Ali, indicated that there exist educational institutions ranging from kindergarten to junior level, 8 teaching stations for Adult Education Program, health center, a pond with the capacity of holding over 70 barrels of water along with 8 distribution stations, cattle market center and a 24-hour electricity service in the area. As a result, the local inhabitants are obtaining the necessary social services thanks to the Government’s substantial investment. He went on to say that the awareness of the society regarding the significance of education is growing and that more parents are sending their children to school.

Melebso which is one of the 9 administrative areas in Halhal sub-zone comprises 8 villages.

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