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Inhabitants of Adi-Tekelezan and Dekemhare engage in popular soil and water conservation undertaking

The Inhabitants of Adi-Tekelezan and Dekemhare, Anseba region, are engaged in an extensive popular undertaking involving soil and water conservation as well as afforestation focusing on environmental stability and the enhancement of agricultural output.

Adi-Tekelezan, 22 January 2014 – The Inhabitants of Adi-Tekelezan and Dekemhare, Anseba region, are engaged in an extensive popular undertaking involving soil and water conservation as well as afforestation focusing on environmental stability and the enhancement of agricultural output.

Reports indicated that the communal venture is expected to gain momentum in connection with the participation of members of the People’s Army.

Among the members of the People’s Army, Mr. Asmelash Goitom expressed appreciation for the active community participation in the process, and said that the task would continue until the plantation of tree seedlings.

Among community members, Mr. Amine Teklesenbet and Ms. Genet Woldu stated that they have been following up previously planted tree seedlings, besides the planting of new ones.

Mr. Kesete Gide, head of the Agriculture Ministry’s branch in Adi-Tekelezan sub-zone, pointed out that resort to modern techniques of afforestation and consultation with professionals have given rise to gratifying impact.

Mr. Solomon Haile, Administrator of the sub-zone, disclosed that the undertaking is being conducted on the basis of team-based communal organizations, and that it is aimed at plantation of more than half million Eucalyptus variety and over 15,000 cactus species before the onset of the rainy season.

 

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