The Administrator of Hagaz sub-zone, Mr. Idris Mohammed, said that development programs accomplished in different parts of the sub-zone attest to the coordinated endeavors exerted by the people and the Government.
Hagaz, 19 February 2011 – The Administrator of Hagaz sub-zone, Mr. Idris Mohammed, said that development programs accomplished in different parts of the sub-zone attest to the coordinated endeavors exerted by the people and the Government.
He told ERINA that prior to independence there existed no meaningful social service in the sub-zone. Within the past 20 years since independence, however, a number of development programs have been implemented to the benefit of the population.
Mr. Idris explained that there are 34 schools ranging from kindergarten to secondary level in the sub-zone, and that encouraging outcome is being registered in eradicating illiteracy. Also in line with efforts to ensure public health, 5 health stations and a community hospital have been constructed and are providing service. He further pointed out that encouraging tasks have been undertaken in controlling malaria, preventing communicable diseases and promoting environmental sanitation.
Moreover, Mr. Idris noted that a total of 43 potable water supply projects have been implemented with a view to easing drinking water problem for humans and domestic animals. Noting that dirt road running to each village in the sub-zone have been constructed which enabled them to get better transport service, he indicated that a 24-hour electricity service has been installed in Hagaz, Glas, Ashera and Daerotai. Fixed and mobile phone service have also been introduced in Hagaz and its environs.
The sub-zonal Administrator further explained that nationals who previously had no land, especially women have now secured land plots in accordance with the land leveling scheme. 6 community magistrates and a regional court have been set up that are making vital contribution in relieving the public from wasting unnecessary energy and expense.