The civil initiative, which was launched in the town of Jabab in the northern countryside of Daraa, aims to light the streets, maintain the water network, and restore some schools, with the aim of improving the service situation in the town.
Regarding the initiative, which was titled “For Good We Gathered,” the head of the Jabbab town council, Saad Al-Din Al-Jamaat, spoke in a statement to SANA’s reporter today that it includes lighting all the streets of the town with about 100 solar lighting devices, and partially restoring the martyr Al-Sayyid Ahmed and Jabbab Al-Thani schools for basic education and the preparatory and secondary schools of Jabbab. In addition to maintaining the water network by providing supplies that help implement the equitable distribution of drinking water.
He pointed out that the initiative included providing a solar energy system to the civil registry center in the town, to ensure that it operates during official working hours, and thus avoid frequent power outages.
And the Director of Civil Affairs in Daraa, Wasim al-Muhaisen, stated that the Directorate has equipped the civil registry center in the town of Jabab with all the requirements for the work that will start in the next few days, with the aim of providing all services to the people of Jabab and saving the costs of moving to another place to obtain civil documents.
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