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Inhabitants of Tala renovate dirt road from Kakibda to their village

The inhabitants and natives of Tala, Debarwa sub-zone, have renovated the 7 Km-long dirt road from Kakibda to their village. Debarwa, 9 April 2013 – The inhabitants and natives of Tala, Debarwa sub-zone, have renovated the 7 Km-long dirt road from Kakibda to their village. They said that the road has been causing transport problem, and their future undertaking would focus on giving breadth to it.

Among the inhabitants, Mr. Yemanebirhan Girmatsion, Ms. Letekidan Amha and Ms. Letekidan Sertsu asserted that the availability of such transport route is a major prerequisite in rural development, and pointed out that the road has eased transportation.

Rev. Birhane Tekle, a native of the village residing in Asmara, indicated that the natives have been participating in the campaign through labor, and expressed satisfaction with the outcome of the community-based undertaking which was conducted once a week.

Meanwhile, the inhabitants of 5 villages in Areza sub-zone carried out soil and water conservation activity on a total of 5 hectares and built 1 km-long terrace. The popular venture would cover up to 10 hectares, according to reports.

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