The inhabitants of Adi-Segudo Administrative area, Central region, have become beneficiaries of a 10-million Nakfa potable water supply project. The service would benefit a total of 600 homesteads.
Asmara, 13 January 2015 – The inhabitants of Adi-Segudo Administrative area, Central region, have become beneficiaries of a 10-million Nakfa potable water supply project. The service would benefit a total of 600 homesteads.
Speaking at the inauguration ceremony today, Mr. Zerit Tewoldebirhan, Managing Director of the Central region Administration, stated that thanks to the persistent endeavors being exerted over 95% villages in the region have become beneficiaries of potable water supply. He further called on the inhabitants to practice prudent utilization of the facility.
Mr. Gebrekidan Girmatsion, Engineer and head of water and sewerage department in the regional Administration, pointed out that the project is part of the Government’s endeavors to promote potable water supply nationwide. He further expressed appreciation for the active participation demonstrated by the village development committee and partners in the process.
Likewise, Mr. Yohannes Mulu, in charge of follow-up of the project, explained that it was implemented in collaboration with the Central region’s water department and the Ministry of Land, Water and Environment. He also indicated that the project involves large and small pipelines stretched over 38 kilometers.
The inhabitants expressed satisfaction with the facility and voiced readiness to step up participation in other development endeavors.
Certificate of appreciation was handed on the occasion to government institutions and individuals for exerting commendable effort towards the realization of the project.
In another report, a 1.5 million Nakfa building construction for the Administration office of the Adi-Segudo Administrative area was inaugurated on the same day.