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SFL hands over Sewage Trucks in Tripoli

Stabilization Facility for Libya hands over sewage suction trucks to 5 municipalities in Tripoli This week, the municipalities of Tajoura, Soq Aljomoia, Abu Slim, Ein Zara and Janzour in Greater Tripoli received five sewage suction trucks from the Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL). Together with the General Water and Sewage Company, these municipalities will use […]

UNDP allocates $3.2m to Flood-Affected Ghat

UNDP allocates $US 3.2 million to recovery and stabilization in the flood-affected city of Ghat The devastating floods that recently hit the city of Ghat, south-west of Libya, left thousands of people homeless, caused power and communication breakdown, damaged houses and public infrastructure, and put the city on risk of health disaster due to the […]

Bringing Second Life to Sabratha Teaching Hospital

Newly renovated Emergency Department brings second life at Sabratha Teaching Hospital Dr Bouthina Ali Elfaitouri is a surgery doctor at the Sabratha Teaching Hospital (STH). She has been working in the Emergency Department for five years. She knows from  experience how important it is to have effective medical services and how they can be crucial […]

Supporting Resilience 36 Libyan Municipalities

The European Union, the Ministry of Local Governance and UNDP support resilience and recovery in 36 municipalities across Libya The Ministry of Local Governance, the European Union (EU), and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) agreed today at the Third Steering Committee of the “Strengthening Local Capacities for Resilience and Recovery” project to provide better […]

Closing Conference of EU-Funded Environmental Project

By John Lee. WWF North Africa organised the closing conference of the project “Enabling Libyan NGOs to shape the future of the New Libyan Democracy (ELNLD)” funded by the European Union and the MAVA Foundation for Nature Conservation. The conference was attended by over 20 environmental Libyan NGOs from different parts of Libya, the Civil […]

MSF warns of Healthcare Emergency in Libya

By John Lee. Staff from Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) (Doctors Without Borders), who were recently granted access to two detention centres in Libya, found what they say was “a catastrophic medical situation among the people detained there“. The situation in Zintan and Gharyan detention centres, located south of Tripoli, in the Nafusa Mountains, is consistent […]

Five EU-funded Projects in Libyan Health Sector

With the ongoing conflict in Tripoli, the needs of the Libyan health sector are as urgent as ever. In that context, on Wednesday 19th June 2019 the European Union (EU) and the Libyan Ministry of Health officially launched five new EU-funded projects to support the Libyan health sector. The projects cover a broad spectrum of […]

EUR50m Programme to support Basic Services

By John Lee. EU takes part in Steering Committee meeting of €50 million programme to support basic services provision across Libya The European Union, the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) met on 20 June in Tripoli, Libya, for the second meeting […]