A micro-dam is being constructed along Mo’o River, Nacfa sub-zone, on the basis of higher participation on the part of communities and members of the People’s Army.
Nacfa, 10 March 2014 – A micro-dam is being constructed along Mo’o River, Nacfa sub-zone, on the basis of higher participation on the part of communities and members of the People’s Army. The project is in line with the ongoing endeavors regarding soil and water conservation, as well as enrichment of underground water.
Among the inhabitants, Ms. Sadiya Idris, and Saleh Mohammed, member of the People’s Army, noted the significance of such communal input in the national development drive. They further expressed satisfaction with taking part in the activities.
Mr. Tesfalem Zewde from the Agriculture Ministry’s sub-zonal branch and in charge of the Program’s follow-up disclosed that the micro-dam is the biggest among those constructed in the locality through popular venture, and voiced conviction that it would make significant impact in the area’s development. He also lauded the active female partition being witnessed in the process.
Likewise, Mr. Saleh Musa Mahmoud, Administrator of the area, explained that organized community initiative is of vital importance as regards furthering social service development and promoting environmental stability, and that the ongoing task attests to this.
Reports indicated that the construction of another micro-dam is underway along Tsabra River, while a total of 5 ponds are being put in place in Rora-Habab area through similar community-led schemes.