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Agricultural activities in Emberemi yield encouraging result: Inhabitants

Soil and water conservation activities conducted in Emberemi Administrative area, Massawa sub-zone, aimed at raising production have yielded encouraging agricultural harvest, according to the inhabitants.

Massawa, 20 March 2012 – Soil and water conservation activities conducted in Emberemi Administrative area, Massawa sub-zone, aimed at raising production have yielded encouraging agricultural harvest, according to the inhabitants.

They explained that the encouraging harvest is the result of efforts made to utilize the flood waters from the highlands and that they have created employment opportunities to people from the surroundings and other places.

Mr. Idris Maituq, manager of Emberemi Administrative area, indicated that there is more work to be done in terms of soil and water conservation in order to ensure sustainability of the harvest and to utilize the remaining land. He also expressed the prevailing zeal for the success of national development programs.

Likewise, Mr. Dawit Angesom, head of the Agriculture Ministry’s Massawa sub-zone branch, indicated that there exist 2,000 hectares of arable land in Emberemi sub-zone, and that due to the fact that the farmers made good use of the land, they were able to get good harvest. He further indicated that such effort is in progress.

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