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Soil and water conservation activities in Shabuko sub-zone making significant impact as regards ensuring environmental stability

The Administration of Shabuko sub-zone indicated that soil and water conservation activities in the locality are making significant impact as regards ensuring environmental stability and raising agricultural output, and that further popular initiatives would be taken to this end in the future.

Shambuko, 06 January 2014 – The Administration of Shabuko sub-zone indicated that soil and water conservation activities in the locality are making significant impact as regards ensuring environmental stability and raising agricultural output, and that further popular initiatives would be taken to this end in the future. It made the remark at an assessment meeting during which it was stated that terraces and water catchment walls constructed in waterfall areas and farmlands have borne significant outcome pertaining to upgrading soil fertility.

Mr. Tesfai Badirai, Administrator of the sub-zone, pointed out that the Administration would work on priority basis in this regard, and that adjustments would make regarding land use with a view to preventing deforestation.

Meanwhile, the Administration would continue exerting efforts in a bid to raise the number of school registrations, meet the growing demand for potable water and promote the community’s resort to social service facilities.

In this connection, Mr. Mesfin Gebretinsae, Head of administration and finance in the Administration, called on parents to play due role concerning their children’s academic matters, and called for more community collaboration as regards prevention of deforestation.

The participants of the meeting put forth views on a number of issues.

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