The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, discussed with the Director General of the Agency for the Development of Administrative Centers, Ibrahim Takita, the file of equipping temporary schools, and the project that aimed to build 500 new schools.

Takita said, the media office of the Government of National Unity (GNU), that the Agency had completed 145 schools which would be ready to use before the start of the next academic year, and 49 schools will that could be readied in next December.

He explained that they had completed all the legal and technical procedures for the project to build 500 model schools and they would start receiving students from near-collapsing schools. 

Meanwhile, Dbeibah stressed the need to pay attention to educational principles, shut down collapsing schools across Libya, and create an appropriate educational environment. 

During the inauguration of the Misrata education monitoring building last November, Dbeibah announced the government's project to build 1500 schools in different cities within 3 years.