in ,

Hanan Tariq interview on Seifu show

Hanan Tarq appeared on Seifu show and discussed about a lot of things.
A stakeholder memorandum of understanding was signed to protect and sustain the White Grass National Park.

The Oromia Regional State Government stated that work is underway to identify alternative land for the residents of the park.

The White Grass National Park has reached an alarming level due to man-made and natural disasters, according to the signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding signed in Arba Minch today.

In particular, illegal settlements and overgrazing in the park have been cited as contributing factors to the problem.

Lakes of the Nile and Chamo are at risk of siltation, and illegal fishing is another concern.

The main purpose of the MoU is to work together with stakeholders to find a lasting solution for the park and to change the living conditions of the people living along the border.

Anteneh Fekadu, Rural Sector Coordinator of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and People’s Region and Head of the Agriculture and Natural Resources Development Bureau, thanked the Oromia State Government for its commitment to implement the memorandum of understanding.

Gamo Zone Deputy Administrator, Berhanu Zewde, on his part, said that despite the ongoing discussions on the White Grass National Park, there is still a long way to go. They have signed.

Written by Editor


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *



Student graduation continues in Ethiopia

Singer Betty G got engaged