The inhabitants of Fishey-Mirara Administrative area, Ginda sub-zone, said that they would continue extending a helping hand as regards preservation of wood enclosures.
Ginda, 06 November 2013 – The inhabitants of Fishey-Mirara Administrative area, Ginda sub-zone, said that they would continue extending a helping hand as regards preservation of wood enclosures. They made the pledge last Monday at a meeting in which the Administrators of Anseba and Northern Red Sea regions, as well as the Managing Director of the Administration of the Central region were present.
The participants of the meeting pointed out that establishment of wood enclosures is of vital importance regarding soil and water conservation as well as raising agricultural output, and expressed readiness to enhance role pertaining to prevention of deforestation within the Green Belt.
Speaking at the meeting, the Administrator of the Northern Red Sea region, Ms. Tsigereda Woldegiorgis, explained that the outcome of the integrated endeavors exerted in connection with establishment of an enclosure in the area has been witnessed, and commended the initiative of the inhabitants to this end.
Likewise, the Administrator of Anseba region, Mr. Gergis Girai, stated that the government has been working with extensive scope as regards the launching of wood enclosures in pursuit of its irreplaceable importance in furthering agricultural productivity and environmental stability.
The inhabitants asserted that they would sustain participation for the realization of the cherished goal.