“Sharjah Executive” discusses the needs of residential areas for educational facilities

06 Sep 2022

Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and Deputy Chairman of Sharjah Executive Council (SEC) chaired the meeting of the Sharjah Executive Council, on Tuesday morning, which was held in the Ruler’s Office.


During its meeting, the SEC discussed a number of governmental issues on its agenda, and reviewed the progress of work in many sectors and development projects in various cities and regions of the Emirate.


The Council discussed a draft law on the organisation of the Department of Agriculture and Livestock Resources, and after the members of the Council expressed their observations on the provisions and articles of the draft law, the Council directed to take complete the legislative session of the law.


The council discussed a report on the needs of residential areas in Sharjah for educational facilities, in order to keep pace with the large population growth and the distribution of families in many new areas such as Al Rahmaniyah and Al Suyoh suburbs.


The report included the population increase in the regions and the current numbers of schools that have private and government ones, which require additional numbers to keep pace with the large growth and to provide educational options for students near their homes.


The Council directed, in coordination with the concerned federal and local authorities, to develop solutions to provide educational facilities in the regions of the emirate, in line with future plans and population studies.


The meeting included reviewing the response of the Sharjah Sports Council to the recommendations of the Sharjah Consultative Council on discussing the policy of the Sports Council, the response included working to put the recommendations into practice in coordination with the concerned authorities.