Government and local community’s efforts contribute to rehabilitating three damaged schools in Daraa countryside

DARAA, (ST)- Joint efforts by government institutions and the local community in Khirbet Ghazaleh town in Daraa countryside have contributed to the rehabilitation and restoration of a number of schools and public facilities that were damaged because of terrorism. The efforts also resulted in digging drinking water wells.

The rehabilitation works covered three schools in Khirbet Ghazaleh area, according to Radi al-Wanni, Head of the School Buildings Department at the Daraa Education Directorate.

Hama nurseries produce half a million fruitful seedlings to compensate for the loss of agricultural lands in the fire-affected areas

 HAMA, (ST)- The nurseries of Hama Agriculture Directorate have managed to produce half a million fruitful seedlings to be sold and distributed in the coming period in order to compensate for part of the loss in the province’s  fire-affected areas.

Bassam al-Nashar, Head of the Plant Production Department at the Agriculture Directorate, said in a statement to SANA that these various fruitful seedlings will meet the province’s needs of trees at affordable prices with the purpose of reviving the vegetation cover in the province and providing farmers with a variety of plants.

“We plan to provide a huge quantity of olive and apple tree seedlings for free to the farmers whose groves and trees were damaged because of the fires that broke out during the past period,” he clarified, noting the support that will be provided to farmers to revive their damaged agricultural lands.

7 schools rehabilitated in liberated southern countryside of Idleb

The General Company for Building and Construction has rehabilitated seven basic education schools and the school health building in the southern countryside of Idleb which was liberated from terrorism.

According to Giayath Ajmaie, Director of the Company’s Idleb branch, the restoration works in these schools have cost 156 million Syrian pounds, noting that the rehabilitated schools were handed to Idleb's Directorate of Education to put them into service.

He added that the company is also accelerating its work to  restore and rehabilitate several other schools that were damaged because of terrorism in 8 villages and towns in the countryside of Hama with a cost of 175 million Syrian pounds.

Rehabilitation of infrastructure in the city of Aleppo continues

Aleppo, (ST) - The City Council of Aleppo continues to implement projects to rehabilitate the infrastructure of the main and secondary streets in the neighborhoods of the city and areas liberated from terrorism, specifically the streets in the districts of Bustan al-Qasr and al-Aziziyah, at a value of 50 million Syrian pounds.

Eng. Imad Al-Wasithe Director of the City Center Services affiliated to Aleppo City Council, explained to SANA's correspondent that the project of asphalting a number of streets in the Bustan al-Qasr neighborhood liberated from terrorism is part of the Council’s plans to rehabilitate these roads.

Repair of the railways affected by terrorism in Hama

Hama,(ST)- Maintenance workshops and technical teams in the Hama branch of the General Organization of Syrian Railways and the General Company for Railways Construction have repaired the railways damaged by terrorism and put them into service again.

Engineer Saleh Al-Salman, director of the Hama branch of railways, said in statements to SANA that most of the railways located within the Hama branch, in addition to their equipment and supplies have been sabotaged and looted by terrorists. He indicated that heavy damage and losses have been caused to the upper and lower parts of the lines and their accessories, including residential and service buildings, stations, cables for communications, and the rest of the electrical equipment and towers, along the network.

Al-Salman stated that several projects have been completed recently to repair the damaged railways and their annexes, including a 440-meter-long strategic bridge in Horbenafso.

He went on to say that the General Railways Organization is preparing a plan to repair the railway network lines, facilities and equipment to restore the station buildings that have been completely damaged, in parallel with, preparing the electrical networks necessary to ensure permanent operation of the track switches that are currently being operated manually.