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Regrouping Of Villages Vital For Expanding Social Services: Report

The regrouping of  scattered villages in one community is playing major role in enabling nationals become beneficiaries of social services and facilitating the effective implementation of development programs, stated sub-zonal administrators of Shambuko, Molqi and Mensura.
Shambuko, 16 February 2011 – The regrouping of  scattered villages in one community is playing major role in enabling nationals become beneficiaries of social services and facilitating the effective implementation of development programs, stated sub-zonal administrators of Shambuko, Molqi and Mensura.

In a meeting with the inhabitants in Gonai-Sagla, the Administrators of the aforementioned 3 sub-zones indicated that the Government is doing its level best in improving the lifestyle of nationals in remote areas and promoting social justice. They further emphasized the need for making stepped-up endeavors in regrouping of the remaining villages.

The Administrators stated that the regrouping of villages has a vital role to play in preserving wildlife and forestry, as well as enhancing rangelands, and as such the Gash-Barka regional Administration would continue it with added vigor. They explained that those who have been regrouped in suitable place have already become beneficiaries of various development programs, which in turn amply demonstrates the Government’s commitment to the welfare of the people.

Nationals presently regrouped in Gonai-Sagla on their part expressed satisfaction with the provision of social services  and asserted that they would strive to improve their lifestyle through making optimum use of the available opportunities.

Gonai-Sagla which is located north-west of Molqi sub-zone between the sub-zones of Shambuko and Mensura is endowed with extensive land suitable for agricultural and herding activities. 

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