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It is estimated that only 18 percent of Ethiopia’s population uses well-equipped toilets
According to the World Health Organization and UNICEF, 83 percent of Ethiopia’s population uses latrines; According to the Ministry of Health, only 18 percent of toilets meet the requirements of the World Health Organization.
The remaining 65 percent are unsuitable, un modified and do not meet World Health Organization standards; Ashfeddin Yuya, Assistant Director of Hygiene and Environmental Health at the Ministry of Health, told Bisrat Radio.
According to the Ministry, 17 percent of Ethiopians do not use latrines.
According to Asherfedin, the spread of non-communicable diseases in Ethiopia is widespread. He says he spends a lot of money every year to solve this problem. To avoid this, he said, the community should be careful when building and using toilets.
Today is International Toilet Day.
Illegal Routing and Power Theft in Addis Ababa!
Melaku Taye, Director of the Corporate Communication Directorate of the Ethiopian Electric Service, told Bisrat Radio that illegal transmission and power theft took place in Nifas Silk Lafto Sub-City, Woreda 01, also known as Sefera (Bursuma).
According to the service, the crime was committed in collaboration with some individuals in the area and other illegal entities, as well as a tip-off from local residents.
He said the theft was carried out by taking meters, poles and cables from the developers. He said residents were found to be abusing electricity for personal use and commercial purposes.
He said the stolen property was recovered by the Addis Ababa Electric Service, the District and Service Center as well as the security forces.
According to Melaku, all public and security forces should protect the power infrastructure with a sense of ownership to prevent such acts.
In the first quarter of the 2014 Ethiopian budget year, more than 6.7 million birr worth of infrastructure and energy were stolen, Bisrat Radio reported.