Hassan Haruna Bdliya

Administrative Secretary at HJKYB Trust Fund

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Last Updated 2/13/2014

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Admnistrative Secretary  - HJKYB Trust Fund

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Dr. Hassan H. Bdliya (Admin Secretary)

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The administrative secretary of Hadejia Jama'are Komadugu Yobe Basin Trust Fund, (HJKYB), Dr.Hassan Haruna Bdliya has said that the fund will continue to identify itself with any organisation whose aims and objectives are to ensure an accelerated development in the HJKYB.
According to a press release signed by Muhammad Dahir Idris, HJKYB's public relations officer, Dr. Bdliya made the remark when the European Union Commission (EUC) monitoring team under the Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Reform Project, led by Mr. Raymond Maria visited the fund. Dr.Bdliya, who spoke at length, explained that the fund was created by Bauchi, Borno, Jigawa, Kano, Plateau, and Yobe states, with the support of the federal government to serve as a joint platform for addressing water resources management issues in the basin.

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Chairman of the committee, Dr. Hassan H. Bdliya, who is also the administrative Secretary of Hadejia Jama'are Komadugu Yobe Basin Trust Fund, noted that the plan which will be operational between 2010 and 2012 aims at helping in the promotion of local, national and international policies in the water sector with a view to improving accessibility to water resources and maximizing water potentials in Nigeria to achieve national water security to fight poverty, improve well being, protect and preserve natural resources.
Bdliya said the plan aims at partnering with relevant stakeholders to review and improve existing water resources master plan to become an integrated document and also assist the National Integrated Water Resources Commission to mould, train and raise awareness on water management issues (such as improving water flow and trapping for irrigation, controlling environmental flood and promoting best practices in water preservation as well as the revitalization of river basins amongst others.

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