Talk about peace continues but nothing in practice
By Tsegay Wolde-Georgis - Project Leader
Dear Partners and supporters,
Thank you very much for being with us and for supporting our project. We have not made any progress to continue our activities in the Atebes victory gardens project. The only information we had was that Eritrean and Ethiopian soldiers reached the area and took some domestic animals without paying anything. We have not heard about the state of the fruit trees. Fortunately, the houses of the farmers are dispersed and it is difficult to reach them. In general, we hear that the rainy season is very good and if it continues up to September food production will not be affected because of moisture. Only the lack of selected seeds as well as fertilizers will be the problem.
If we hear good news about the project we will share it in the next report. In the meantime please continue to contact your representatives so that the people of Tigray can be supported and peace be brought to the region.
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