Service-rendering institutions put in place in Serejeka sub-zone are playing significant role in improving people’s living standard, according to the local inhabitants. Asmara, 10 January 2012- Service-rendering institutions put in place in Serejeka sub-zone are playing significant role in improving people’s living standard, according to the local inhabitants.
According to reports, around 17 villages in the sub-zone have got access to potable water supply, in addition to 43 schools, 7 health stations and one health center that are providing satisfactory service.Moreover, 26 villages in the sub-zone have got electricity supply and the installation of electric lines in villages of Kuandeba and Adijin.
Ms. Tsegehana Woldeab and Mr. Mahfuz Suleiman, from the local inhabitants commended the development endeavors underway in the sub-zone, and pledged to do their level best for the success of nation-building endeavors.
Mr. Meharizgi Gebregiorgis and Mr. Gebretensae Berhane, members of the community said on their part that along with the potable water supply, health, education and transport facilities made available in the sub-zone, the construction of 12 micro-dams have made due contribution in enhancing vegetable farming in the area.