Thanks to the stepped-up efforts made in 2011, the revenue of the Barentu sub-zone has grown by 36% compared to that of last year.
Barentu, 2 January 2012 – Thanks to the stepped-up efforts made in 2011, the revenue of the Barentu sub-zone has grown by 36% compared to that of last year.
The report indicated that service-rendering institutions and the endeavor to expand transportation services gave priority to remote villages. It further noted that land plots have been allocated to nationals, and that construction of houses has already begun. The provision of licenses has also resumed, while education with increased female participation is gaining momentum.
Following discussion on the report presented, the participants called for strict control over the unreasonable and illegal price increase on the part of service-rendering entrepreneurs.
Mr. Franco Kubaba, Administrator of Barentu sub-zone, indicated that the investment made by the Government in development programs is registering encouraging outcome as regards improving the living standard of citizens.