Along with the efforts made to protect forestry and wildlife, the Agricultural Ministry has provided training to 40 staff members. Asmara, 13 December 2011- Along with the efforts made to protect forestry and wildlife, the Agricultural Ministry has provided training to 40 staff members.
The training includes courses on the historic background of the current state of forestry and wild animals, community-based deforestation activities, ranch lands and its management, among others, according to the Director of national protection of forestry and wildlife unit, Lt. Gebregirgios Sium.
The director of rules and regulations unit in the Ministry, Mr. Tekleab Misgina, indicated that the Agricultural Ministry has been providing training to staff members in enhancing skilled manpower, and called on the trainees to implement the training they received in their line of work.
Ms. Zahra Mohammed said on her part that the training would reinforce their experience and assured to work responsibly towards protecting wildlife and forestry resources of the country.
The National Forestry and Wildlife Protection Unit, has given training to 145 staff members starting from 2008.