The Government of National Unity (GNU) intends to build 1000 new schools to contribute to improving the educational infrastructure, as part of the second phase of the Schools of the Future project that the GNU has announced earlier.

Dbeibah held a meeting Sunday with the Designated Minister of Planning, Mohammed Al-Zaidani, the Minister of Transportation, Mohammed Al-Shahoubi, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Planning, Misbah Saqr, the Director General of the Administrative Centers Development Agency, Ibrahim Takita, the Director General of the Transportation Projects Implementation Agency, Sami Al-Absh, and the Director General of the Transportation Projects Implementation Agency for Housing and Facilities, Mahmoud Ajaj.

The meeting was devoted to following up on the development plan for 2024, supporting local development, discussing the steps taken by the executive agencies to invite contracted Chinese companies, and completing technical and contractual discussions according to the results of Dbeibah's visit to China.

Al-Zidani presented a briefing on the evaluation of development projects for 2023, the financial and technical completion rates and the difficulties facing a number of them, noting that the 2023 plan included 2,192 projects, including 1,060 new projects that focused on completing school projects that have been stalled for years, and health facilities at all levels.

Dbeibah called for the need to support municipalities in the development aspect in accordance with the controls of the Ministry of Local Government in contracting and implementation, and to focus on completing ongoing projects according to the approved timetables. He also stressed the need for contractual procedures to be in accordance with the approved standard prices and with the approval of the regulatory authorities, in addition to disclosing all procedures. He urged for launching the second phase of the Schools of Future Project.