BBC Journey and President CMC Launching 2nd Round Water Supply Project at Birqod, Gunagado, Dig, Marsin, Danood and Gashaamo.

Dig (Cakaaranews) Friday 22nd September 2017. His excellence President of ESRS Mr. CMC leading  a broad delegation who last night slept Gunagado Woreda are continuing their journey named by BBC (abbreviated from biyo, baad, beer, cilmi iyo caafimaad in Somali language) and this morning left from the first round range land water supply project of Birqod, Gunagado, Marsin, Danod &  Gashamo which some of them is just before launched.

Besides that, the President Abdi Mohamoud Omar launched water reservoir at Dhurwaalayawga kebele. This water reservoir has the capacity to reserve 500 M3 of water, and it’s constructed under second round range land water supply project. Again the President and his delegation observed the water construction activities implemented at Cadaadleyawga kebele which is also part of second round range land water supply project. After that the delegation turned to Bali Sareedo kebele which was excluded from this water supply project but it has being constructed a large dam with a capacity of 120 million M3 of water. And also they have observed water supply works constructed at Lisinmalay kebele which is included in second round rangeland water supply project. At last to night the delegation rested at Dig woreda.

During this journey the president and his delegation conducted community sessions in each kebele and discussed issues like infrastructural development and security with the community; while the community warmly welcomed the delegation.

However, this water supply project is implemented at kebeles and districts under three zones namely Jarar, Doolo, and Korahay respectively. This project covers an area of 250 KM square and it has been built 36 water points and 13 water reservoirs. Accordingly 154 households and more than one million livestock will benefit this project. In addition to this, it has been successfully completed most of the tasks of this large project within one and half year while the remaining is expected to complete as soon as possible.