Biniyam and Ariana are a married couple. The 3rd round of green legacy transplanting program was held by the Dire Dawa administration with the participation of senior government officials.
It is planned to plant 6 billion seedlings in the third round of green fingerprint plantation program in Ethiopia. The green fingerprint transplantation program is being implemented in both Dire Dawa and urban areas.
The Dire Dawa administration plans to plant 2 million seedlings in the 3rd Green Growth Seedling Program, which is part of the Dire Dawa administration with the participation of senior government officials and kebele leaders.
Ahmed Mohamed Buh, Deputy Mayor of the Administration, who was also present at the event, said senior government officials have been able to plant tree and fruit seedlings that are of great benefit to the city and the locals due to the Green Grower Seedling Planting Program. According to Ahmed Mohamed Buh, the tax will be collected and the residents of the administration will be actively involved in the program.
The Dire Dawa administration will plant 2 million seedlings in the 3rd green development program, of which 750,000 will be planted in the forest, 1.2 million will be planted in the forest tree, and another 50,000 will be planted in the post-election period. Ibrahim Yusuf, head of the Dire Dawa Administration’s Agriculture, Mines and Energy Bureau, said seedlings have already been planted in irrigated rural areas of the administration, with the participation of religious leaders, the army, security forces and various sections of the community. He also said that a green fingerprint transplantation program will be carried out.
It was stated that the youths should maintain their peace by not cooperating with the forces that do not want peace and by standing by the government in order to achieve lasting peace in their country.
A recognition and appreciation program was held by the Dire Dawa administration for the youths and institutions involved in the volunteer service activities of the 2012 summer season.
During the Dire Dawa administration’s annual volunteer work, a variety of social service activities will be carried out in both urban and rural areas of the administration to help solve the problems of the community. Planting and protection, blood donation, home renovation for the elderly and infirm, road safety, sanitation and beautification work were carried out.
In connection with this, a recognition and appreciation program was held for the youth and institutions involved in the youth volunteer service activities during the summer of 2012.
Speaking on the occasion, Kedir Juhar, Deputy Mayor of Dire Dawa Administration and Head of the Trade, Industry and Investment Bureau, said that the social and economic benefits of volunteerism are significant. He also said that the economic benefits to the recipient are not easy to see, adding that this will encourage more youths to do good deeds and show that the good deeds of the youth can be used for the development of the country.
The deputy mayor added that the youths who participated in the summer volunteer service, coordinated kebeles, the administration’s youth sports commission, various institutions and organizations should be thankful for their contribution. They said.
According to Shakir Ahmed, Commissioner of the Dire Dawa Administration Youth and Sports Commission, 14,380 volunteers took part in the project. According to Shakir Ahmed.
They also held a green fingerprint transplant program on the premises of Ethio-Italian Polytechnic College.