A potable water supply facility comprising three distributor stations has been put in a place in Teareshi village, Serejeka sub-zone, at a total expenditure of 2 million Nakfa.
Asmara, 21 February 2014 – A potable water supply facility comprising three distributor stations has been put in a place in Teareshi village, Serejeka sub-zone, at a total expenditure of 2 million Nakfa.
Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, Mr. Mussie Eyob, Administrator of the village, said that there used to prevail critical water shortage in the village, and expressed satisfaction with the initiative taken by government bodies and stakeholders as regards solving the problem. He also called on the community members to practice judicious utilization of the facility.
Likewise, Mr. Tesfu Fisehatsion, Administrator of Serejeka sub-zone, stated that remarkable joint efforts have been made in the process of the facility’s launching, and called for its prudent utilization on the part of the community members.
Representing Bashu, an Italian Association that extended support in the putting in place of the project, Mr. Paulo Fara pointed out that it has been cooperating as regards introducing solar energy in potable water supply facilities since 2007. A total of 6 villages have become beneficiaries of such renewable energy so far, he added.
Accordingly, Mr. Yemane Abai, Head of Agricultural and Land Department in the Central region, explained that the project was implemented in line with the government’s priorities regarding social service, and urged the inhabitants to demonstrate prudent use of the available social service facilities.
Among the inhabitants, Mr. Yared Zerigabr and Ms. Gidey Mohammed, expressed satisfaction with the new service.