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Students of Asmara College of Health Science assert readiness to step up participation in national development undertakings

Students of Asmara College of Health Science have asserted readiness to step up participation in national development activities in connection with the initiative they have taken to construct terraces in Dembe-Zawul area.

Asmara, 28 March 2014 – Students of Asmara College of Health Science have asserted readiness to step up participation in national development activities in connection with the initiative they have taken to construct terraces in Dembe-Zawul area.

Among the students, Salma Hamid, Teame Tesfai and Arsiema Gezae noted the importance of soil and water conservation vis-à-vis agricultural and environmental goals, and asserted that they would enhance participation in this regard.

In the same vein, Okbai Yohannes and Ngisti Gebre said that the exposure is important pertaining to inspiring the culture of work.

Mr. Mogos Fissehaye, Head of student affairs in the college, stated that the popular awareness to this end is generally on the rise, and that more than 2,300 students are engaged in the venture on the basis of which an individual student is expected to construct around 2-meter long terrace.

Mr. Gebrai Teklai, agriculture expert in Serejeka sub-zone, explained that the students are also engaged in construction of water catchment walls, and commended the active participation being demonstrated on the part of the students.

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