Volunteers and staff of the Libyan Red Crescent Society participated in two recent training workshops in Tunis by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, with the support of the European Union.
The trainings focused on mental health, psycho-social rehabilitation, socio-economic integration for vulnerable and at-risk groups in Libya (protection) and support to rights-based migration management and asylum system in Libya (migration).
The First workshop was attended by 17 LRCS staff and volunteers from the Protection team drawn from the 8 conflict-affected cities in Libya and addressed psychosocial rehabilitation.
The second workshop was attended by 24 participants representing the Libyan Red Crescent focal points from the 16 cities where the Migration project is being implemented with a focus on results based management, more specifically on planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting.
(Source: EU Neighbourhood Info)