Hannibal El-Sagheer Nasser for International Leadership’s Ambassador launches park clean-up campaign in Sirte, Libya

Hannibal El-Sagheer Nasser for International Leadership’s Ambassador launches park clean-up campaign in Sirte, Libya

Youth and civil events in the Libyan city of Sirte, represented by several civil and youth institutions, have launched an assessment of the environmental, psychological and recreational situation that allows children to enjoy pleased times. This comes at the invitation of Junior Ambassador Hannibal, one of the most prominent ambassadors of Nasser Fellowship for International Leadership, in the 3rd edition, after cues confirm the excess psychological and nervous pressure among pupils, children and young people due to pressure and lack of large playing and entertaining areas

After announcing the result of the assessment, which confirms the fact that children in Sirte need green spaces and entertainment places that change their psychology, contribute to the development of their cognition and concentration, create a real urban-life environment and restore to the citizen psychological comfort after more than a decade in which the city has not obtained any possibilities in this sensitive and inspiring aspect. Hannibal announced with the support of the people in Sirte a clean-up and restoration campaign. under the direct supervision and comprehensive care of the Dean of Sirte Municipality, Prof. Dr. Mukhtar Khalifa Al-Maadani, Between August 1st and September 15th 2022. It includes the Sirte Green Parks and Space, "with the popular support of the people and social and national leaders."

The first phase of the voluntary development campaign aimed at the clean-up of the family park opposite the Wafa neighbourhood, as well as the Freedom Park near Sirte's local radio; with the participation of a large number of volunteers every day, their numbers exceeded 150 city resident, expatriate brothers and immigrants in Sirte and other logistical and material support of subsistence from the private sector.

In addition to the clean-up campaign, the first phase will involve the installation of solar lighting poles after a major corruption involving the power grid and traditional lighting poles of these parks, caused by war and conflict, as well as the installation of seats and maintenance of drilling, sewage openings and rainwater drainage, transference of war remnants, reforestation and planting of roses and ornamental trees in the parks covered by the campaign.

Hannibal Junior explained that the aim of this campaign is to alleviate the conflict between the components of Libyan society in general and Sartawi in particular, and intensify efforts by breathing a spirit of teamwork and love among the city's sons. He also stressed that the main reason for launching the campaign is to activate the role of young people capable of making change despite marginalization, dimensions, geography, paralysis and negativity that have spread in different sectors causing unemployment and reduced Libyan youth's participation in and development of their country, decision-making and participation

He added that the campaign highlights this category as a large number of young people participating in the team who have been selected as coordinators and organisers of the campaign، between the ages of 16 and 30, among them, Engineer Isam Fathi, who, for his part, believes that the youth role in Sirte is important. It is a city where young people participated every time in bringing it back to life, especially after Professor Mukhtar Khalifa Al-Ma 'adani, Dean of Sirte Municipality and former Professor of Sirte University, ran the municipality and was elected as Dean of Sirte for years .

It should be noted that the Dean of Sirte Municipality is an inspirational figure, particularly in community ideas that help activating the city's community role. He also contributed to encouraging and supporting young Sartawi and opening prospects for cooperation with him and civil society organizations from other charitable and civil society organizations.

Hannibal Junior indicates that the campaign continues until mid-September in cooperation with several institutions, including "Dialogue Horizons", "Light Stealers", "Technology" and "Finnar" organizations. These efforts came in conjunction with our appeal as Ambassador of Nasser Fellowship for International Leadership, during which we learned about Egypt's pioneering experience in civil society and a large number of urban employers in the Arab Republic of Egypt, as well as various trainings in which Nasser's fellowship contributed to the refinement of skills, the development of civic perceptions, the combination of conflict mitigation applications and community engagement in conflict mitigation and the promotion of community cohesion s Development, noting that Nasser Fellowship is the primary concern of such outstanding projects with greater backgrounds than merely a clean-up and restoration campaign.

In a special statement to Nasser Youth Movement's website, Al-Kabir concluded: "My colleagues, relatives, friends, neighbours and the people of Sirte shared this ambition to restore these green spaces to serve the city as it was, but the leading role of my friend Zakaria Al-Faqih was the most prominent role in planting the idea and turning it into a special project to transform the many needs and chaos of numbers and ideas into a project organized according to internationally approved civil work projects, thereby contributing donors to support the project at all stages and plans, as well as the background and objective of the project within the framework of the general principles of civil action and in comprehensive conformity with the founding of Nasser Youth Movement, which aims to promote societal and global peace. Such activities promote love and contribute to the granting of civil space for knowledge, interdependence and conflict alleviation, in turn, it creates a new societal public opinion that welcomes peaceful coexistence, rejects discord and division, and contributes to environmental change for the better.

He also praised the good organization of volunteers, teams and participating institutions, since despite the lack of media coverage and documentation of the event, they tried to document everything at a moment with a personal telephone camera, because of the lack of documentation equipment.