Central regional governments held annual meetings on January 5 and 6 to evaluate the implementation and progress of the 2021 development program to discuss the 2022 action plan.
In the opening speech, Central Region Managing Director Zelet Teweldeberhan held the meeting with limited participation, respecting the guidelines issued to contain the COVID-19 pandemic epidemic. He showed that and called on participants to put a lot of effort into the fight against the pandemic in each task and management.
According to the activity report presented, the government estimates that successful activities have been carried out in the preservation and renovation of religious and historic sites, the investigation and identification of the infrastructure to be renovated and constructed, and the oversight of its quality and implementation. did. Development program.
In addition, great efforts have been made to eradicate harmful practices, refurbish and install drinking water and power stations, and combat COVID-19. However, the government has evaluated that more needs to be done to ease the constraints faced in the education sector.
Participants had extensive discussions on the presented report, including mitigation of challenges encountered in medical facilities, implementation of rigorous measures to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic, and mitigation of transport in rural areas. Adopted recommendations.
At the end of the meeting, Central Region Governor Fessehaye Haile urged managers to strengthen their participation in increasing local revenues, take strict COVID-19 precautions and strengthen their tree planting programs. rice field.
Distributed by the APO Group on behalf of the Ministry of Information of Eritrea.
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