Artist Bayush Kebede with her beautiful familym. Her son is graduated from his nursery school and his father presented him with an amazing gift.
Shimeles Abdissa launched the 4th green fingerprint program at the state level.
Chief of Oromia State, Shimeles Abdissa, has launched the 4th green fingerprint transplanting program at the state level in Illu Ababor Zone, Yayo Woreda.
In his message at the launch of the program, the head of state said efforts should be made to increase forest cover by strengthening the green fingerprint program.
He said more than 1.1 billion seedlings have been planted in the state this year.
Illu Ababor Zone Administrator, Endalkachew Teferi, said development works have been carried out to benefit the residents of the zone.
He said efforts are being made to develop the Yayo forest in the zone to earn foreign exchange from carbon sales and to benefit local farmers.
Oromia Agriculture Bureau Head, Abera Worku, on his part said 9 billion seedlings have been planted in the state over the past three years, of which more than 7 billion have been approved.
According to OBN, green fingerprints have significantly contributed to the increase in farmers’ productivity and job creation.
It is also stated that preparations have been made to plant 4.8 billion seedlings of various uses this past year.