The inhabitants of Nacfa sub-zone said that the development programs implemented in the sub-zone over the past 20 years represent reward to the hardship traversed before independence.
Nacfa, 19 March 2011 – The inhabitants of Nacfa sub-zone said that the development programs implemented in the sub-zone over the past 20 years represent reward to the hardship traversed before independence.
They particularly expressed satisfaction with the opening of schools in all administrative areas of the sub-zone in which students have already completed their education and are serving the community.
Recalling that they used to lead insecure life due to war and destruction during the years of colonial rule, the inhabitants noted that they are now leading settled way of life in decent houses thanks to the introduction of various social services. The construction of Himbilko and Sigad roads are also playing significant role in rendering efficient transport service.
The local inhabitants further indicated that they are now getting reliable potable water supply along with their livestock as a result of the construction of micro-dams and water reservoirs.
Moreover, they said that the Tsebra Boarding School and Wina Technical School are providing impetus to the urbanization of the area and that the installation of mobile phone service is narrowing the gap between rural and urban areas. Illiteracy is also on the brink of eradication, which in turn constitutes another success story of the nation-building endeavors, they elaborated.