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Thirsty Land – How Ethiopian Farmers Harvest Water

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Thirsty Land – How Ethiopian Farmers Harvest Water
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commenter - 961 days ago
TPLF priority is not harvesting water it is building a dam to produce electricity and sell it to neighboring countries the new future country is on the border line from Gonder to Gambella 1500 kilometer x 70 kilometer they tell Ethiopians it belongs to Sudan because they made a silent agreement with selected Sudanese officials behind Ethiopians to advance their cause they have perpetuated Qimant Amaras to be tigrains by force and Anuaks to be Sudanese.. simply creating the future Tigrian Empire and bleed Ethiopia for eternity is a priority to the gudjilay regime..mot le Woyanai
commenter - 961 days ago
We have enough water. The problem is getting it to our people. We could use Tekezze River, for instance to get water to all places close to Tekezze. We can use Abay River to get water to other ares. We need to work in buidling infrastructures to get water to every home. I think the government is working on it. But it should be on a massive scale. This should be part of the government's infrastructure building and not that of foreign NGO's.
commenter - 962 days ago
Its amazing people in plat land tigrai they build they house with rocks even some of the house better than the house in addis ababa if you go in Amhara area people leave in primitive house build grass it is very sad to witness on my last visit vacation I tour Ethiopia deferent area I see people who they leave daily life you see people with out shoes in Amhara area not any place its heart me like any Ethiopia we need to learn from each other in Ethiopia.

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