Self-Administration releases goals for the new year

The Self-Administration of North and East Syria concluded its first annual meeting today. The meeting ended with the release of a report that includes figures and statistics covering the past year, the most prominent works and achievements of the Self-Administration, as well as plans for the 2020 and beyond.

The report highlights the follow plans for the future:

  • Work on holding mass public meetings to facilitate community input.
  • Work on simplifying administrative procedures to reduce bureaucracy.
  • Increase administrative transparency and accountability.
  • Develop the administrative performance of media organizations and the work of Self-Administration representations abroad.
  • Giving priority to projects in the fields of civil services, education, health, economics, and agriculture, and implementing development projects for women.
  • Follow-up the work on martyr’s shrines and provide assistance to families of martyrs.
  • Support the culture, tourism, and archaeology sectors.
  • Expanding the reach of civil district zoning and limit “random construction”.
  • Establish industrial and craft areas, in addition to giving priority to service projects related to infrastructure, such as paving and asphalting roads and maintenance and extension of sewage networks.
  • Solving water problems in cities suffering from water shortages.
  • Improve the conditions of displaced people and work on their return.
  • Invest in sporting facilities.
  • Develop systems for digital civil registration.
  • Expand the number of care centers for orphans and people with special needs, in addition to renovating and constructing schools.
  • Support the health sector by renovating hospitals and increase access to medical supplies, in addition to building new specialized hospitals.
  • Hold an industrial exhibition, at a time to be determined annually.
  • Increase the number of bakeries and improving their quality.
  • Increase environmental protection and find solutions to pollution problems.
  • Increase the amount of arable land to prevent desertification.