Population expansion and changes in standard of living necessitate the development, expansion and/or rehabilitation of infrastructure. This calls for a solid and well-conceived plan which encompasses diverse components ranging from land use planning to engineering solutions.
Water is essential for life. Water resources are limited and utilization calls for careful planning, project preparation and proficient operation and maintenance to attain high quality service and sustainability of the system. Improved health and sanitation condition of human beings is a key factor for economic growth and development.
Agricultural development depends on reliable moisture supply and suitable soils. The potential from rainfall has to be realised before the introduction of irrigation. Implementation of sustainable irrigation schemes and improved agricultural practices are the key to development and upkeep of food security. Proper management of the water resource, that is becoming scarce and use for water supply, irrigation, hydropower, etc is understood as main factor for proper economic development and ...
At present the world is faced with a complex environmental situation. Everyday the air, soil, water, human beings, fauna and flora are endangered. To reduce the risk, the debilitating effects of human activities have to be minimised.
Agriculture, including livestock husbandry, is the most characteristic form of Ethiopian economic activity. Eighty five percent of the population is rural and depends on agricultural activities. In this regard MCE has built substantial experience in conducting reconnaissance and feasibility studies ranging from large-scale agricultural and rural development programmes and projects to small-scale farm establishments. The courtly is embarking now in developing small scale and large scale manufacturing and Industries. Agro industry is an integral part in linking the long dominating agriculture sector and the emerging small scale industry.