President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC) Nasr Al-Hariri, toured the housing project dedicated to sheltering the people who were displaced from eastern Ghouta as he ascertained the public facilities and services inside.
About 3,000 houses have been completed as part of the project which is located near the town of al-Bab in rural Aleppo. The projects aims to house as many as 20,000 households which have been displaced from their homes by the Assad regime and its backers since 2018.
Al-Hariri met with households living in the project as he checked up on their conditions and praised the efforts of those in charge of the project. He stressed the need to transfer all residents of the IDP camps to similar housing complexes.
The housing project is equipped with vital infrastructure and multiple public facilities such as public parks, schools, mosques, and healthcare centers. It is also equipped with solar energy generators as well as housing complexes for widowed women who lost their breadwinners.
The project is being supervised by the Second Corps of the Syrian National Army, civil society organizations, and Syrian businessmen. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)