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Tuesday, June 6, 2017


የሀዋሳ ሀይቅ ዳግም ለአደጋ ተጋልጧል

ከፌስ ቡክ ላይ የተገኘ ፎቶ
ዋዜማ ራዲዮ- በሀዋሳ የሚገነባው ግዙፍ የኢንደስትሪ ፓርክ በሀዋሳ ሀይቅ ላይ ከፍ ያለ የብክለት አደጋ ሊያደስ የሚችል ግንባታ እያደረገ መሆኑን ለጉዳዩ ቅርብ የሆኑ ምንጮች አመለከቱ።

18641326_1354674071312375_369839678_oይህ ግዙፍ የኣኢንደስትሪ ፓርክ በርካታ ፋብሪካዎችንና የማምረቻ ተቋማትን የያዘ ሲሆን ከቅርብ ጊዜ ወዲህ ከፍተኛ የማስተላለፍ አቅም ያለው የፍሳሽ ማስወገጃ ቦይ እየቀደደ መሆኑን የዋዜማ ሪፖርተር በቦታው ተገኝታ ተመልክታለች።
የፍሳሽ ማስወገጃው ከሀዋሳ ሀይቅ ጋር እንዲገናኝ መደረጉ ስጋት የፈጠረባቸው ነዋሪዎች ጉዳዩን በሀገር ቤት ላሉ የመገናኛ ብዙሀን ቢያቀርቡም ስሚ እንዳላገኙ ገልፀውልናል።

የፍሳሽ ማስወገጃው የተጣራ ፈሳሽ ቆሻሻን ብቻ ለማስወገድ የሚውል መሆኑን የአዋሳ ከተማ አስተዳደር ለነዋሪው ሲገልፅ ቢቆይም አሁን ከግንባታ ባለሙያዎች በተገኘ መረጃ የኣኢንደስትሪ ፓርኩ ምንም አይነት የፍሳሽ ቆሻሻ ማጣሪያ ማከሚያ እንደሌለው ለመረዳት ተችሏል። ስለጉዳዩ ያነጋገርናቸው የደቡብ ክልል የኣአካባቢ ጥበቃና ተፈጥሮ ሀብት ቢሮ ባለሙያዎች የኣኢንደስትሪ ፓርኩ የፈጠረውን ስጋት እንደሚጋሩ ገልፀው ጉዳዩ የፌደራል መንግስት በመሆኑ አስተያየት ለመስጠት እንቸገራለን ብለዋል።

ለኣኢኮኖሚ አገልግሎትም ሆነ ለመዝናኛ ተመራጭ የሆነው የሀዋሳ ሀይቅ ባለፉት አስራ አምስት አመታት በኣአቅራቢያው በተደረጉ የተለያዩ ግንባታዎች ለብክለትና ለውሀ መጠን መቀነስ ተጋልጦ ቆይቷል።

ለሀዋሳ ከተማ ልዩ መሽብ የሆነው ይህ ሀይቅ በኣአፈጣጠሩ እምብዛም ጥልቀት የሌለው በመሆኑ ሳቢያ በቀላሉ ለ አደጋ የተጋለጠ ነው። 
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Friday, June 2, 2017

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ABSTRACT

Background: Despite the expansion of health services and community-based interventions in Ethiopia, limited evidence exists about the distribution of and access to health facilities and their relationship with the performance of tuberculosis (TB) control programmes. We aim to assess the geographical distribution of and physical accessibility to TB control services and their relationship with TB case notification rates (CNRs) and treatment outcome in the Sidama Zone, southern Ethiopia.
Design: We carried out an ecological study to assess physical accessibility to TB control facilities and the association of physical accessibility with TB CNRs and treatment outcome. We collected smear-positive pulmonary TB (PTB) cases treated during 2003–2012 from unit TB registers and TB service data such as availability of basic supplies for TB control and geographic locations of health services. We used ArcGIS 10.2 to measure the distance from each enumeration location to the nearest TB control facilities. A linear regression analysis was employed to assess factors associated with TB CNRs and treatment outcome.
Results: Over a decade the health service coverage (the health facility–to-population ratio) increased by 36% and the accessibility to TB control facilities also improved. Thus, the mean distance from TB control services was 7.6 km in 2003 (ranging from 1.8 to 25.5 km) between kebeles (the smallest administrative units) and had decreased to 3.2 km in 2012 (ranging from 1.5 to 12.4 km). In multivariate linear regression, as distance from TB diagnostic facilities (b-estimate=−0.25, p<0.001) and altitude (b-estimate=−0.31, p<0.001) increased, the CNRs of TB decreased, whereas a higher population density was associated with increased TB CNRs. Similarly, distance to TB control facilities (b-estimate=−0.27, p<0.001) and altitude (b-estimate=−0.30, p<0.001) were inversely associated with treatment success (proportion of treatment completed or cured cases).
Conclusions: Accessibility to TB control services improved despite the geographic variations. TB CNRs were higher in areas where people had better access to diagnostic and treatment centres. Community-based interventions also played an important role for the increased CNRs in most areas.
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