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A Number Of Villages In Anseba Region Develop Into Semi-Urban Areas In Post Independence Period

Owing to the development endeavors in the past 20 years of independence, a number of villages in the Anseba region have developed into semi-urban areas, according to the branch head of the Ministry of Land, Water and Environment in the region, Mr. Sibhatu Gebremariam.

Keresn, 4 March 2011: Owing to the development endeavors in the past 20 years of independence, a number of villages in the Anseba region have developed into semi-urban areas, according to the branch head of the Ministry of Land, Water and Environment in the region, Mr. Sibhatu Gebremariam.

 

Mr. Sibhatu indicated that land in Tsilmi and Desa have been allocated to individuals, agricultural and social service rendering institutions as per government proclamations and regulations.  He added that over 5,000 hectares of land in 11 sub zones and 23 semi-urban areas was drafted through a master plan and allocated to about 10, 251 nationals.

Pointing out that people place great value on land-ownership, Mr. Sibhatu said that every citizen in the country has a right to own land based on government policies.

Mr. Sibhatu further added that 76% of the population in the Anseba region have access to potable water supply and called on the inhabitants to use allocated lands for fruitful purposes.

 

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