Arta Region: Promoting the development of the local economy
Not since the Sunday, October 19 to see the Secretary of State for National Solidarity, Zahra Youssouf Kayad and his companions ensure the good functioning of the craft showcase, bus station and road pavers that were built on the heights of the town of Arta with the financial support of the ADB.
The information went unnoticed the past week. It relates to starting activities of several commercial and community facilities to the head of the Arta region. Under the patronage of the Secretary of State for National Solidarity, Zahra Youssouf Kayad the opening ceremonies of the new equipment saw the participation of local authorities and personalities, representatives of the number 3 of the African Development Bank (ADB ), officials of the Djibouti social Development Agency (ADDS).
Zahra Youssouf Kayad and his companions have ensured the smooth operation of the craft showcase, bus station and road pavers that were built on the hills above the town of Arta with the financial support of the ADB.
Thus, the commissioning of the new equipment will give a boost to the development of the local economy. Welcoming the achievements of these projects, the prefect of Arta said they aim to improve the living conditions of its citizens.
Atteyeh Waiss Boo also requested the rehabilitation of the slaughterhouse and the extension of street paving in the capital of the Arta region. The appeal of the prefect sensitized visitors. Such as ADB experts who expressed welcome residents’ access Arta urban basic services. They have urged local residents to use them wisely.
At least that was the view of the Secretary of State for National Solidarity. Zahra Youssouf Kayad recalled that the constructions of these facilities are all translations of the program material reduction of urban poverty in the five towns of the interior regions. Which has three components.
These include capacity building of human resources, construction and renovation of priority infrastructure and provides outreach of microfinance.
As so aptly noted the Secretary of State for National Solidarity, the expected results of the program in question is the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in the long term, reducing disparities between the capital and regions within the medium term. Whether it’s staffing market quality infrastructure, access to local services and micro-finance the establishment of a mechanism for financing local initiatives.