May 16, 2022

Reaching Remote Areas: Social Service in Adobha Sub-zone

By Habtom Tesfamichael
After Eritrea’s independence, the Government of Eritrea took initiatives to improve the standard of living of rural people based on the tenets of social justice and equal development.In pursuit of this objective, the government has made substantial investments in rural areas based on the belief that unless these areas are given attention, the benefits of economic growth and development are not likely to trickle down to the majority of the population, particularly those in rural areas. This article gives an account of the development activities in Adobha sub-zone. According to the local inhabitants, Adobha was difficult to pass through let alone to settle in for a long time due to its desert-like climate with little rainfall and difficult-to-access underground water. The name of the sub-zone is indicative of its climate. The name Adobha was originally Adoha, which means the enemy of the cattle.


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