Projects Become Operational

KEMISSIE, Dec. 1 (WIC) Health and education projects built jointly by World Vision Ethiopia, the government and the public in Oromia zone of the Amhara State with an outlay of 2.2  million Birr have become operational.

Project coordinator, Ato Haile Argawi, told WIC here today that the projects whose construction began last year in Arbumajalle and Dewacheffe districts were inaugurated and handed over recently.

The projects include two expanded elementary schools, a health post and health station as well as two veterinary clinics, the coordinator explained.

Meanwhile, it was learnt from the coordinator that 7 million Birr had been allocated by the organization for irrigation work in the two districts this Ethiopian calendar year.

This is part of the effort to achieve the goals of food security.

With its 60 beds, the health station is expected to provide more efficient services, it was learnt.