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Workshop for Primary Health Care Nurses in Libya

The WHO country office in Libya, in collaboration with its Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean and the Ministry of Health of Libya,completed a 2-week training of trainers workshop for the primary health care (PHC) nursing workforce in Libya. The workshop, comprising one-week theoretical sessions followed by a week of practical training, was made possible […]

Video: Why are Countries Breaking Libya’s Arms Embargo?

From Al Jazeera. Any opinions expressed are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Libya Business News. A draft UN report accuses foreign nations of worsening civil war. The UN says countries are violating arms embargoes on Libya and worsening the eight-year civil war. A draft report names Jordan, Turkey, Chad, […]

Libya pays Half its Debt to Jordanian to Hospitals

By John Lee. The Libyan government has reportedly transferred $110 million to its account in the Central Bank of Jordan in order to pay its debts to Jordanian hospitals. Fawzi Hammouri, President of the Jordanian Private Hospitals Association is quoted as telling The Jordan Times that this represents half of the total debt of $220 […]

Libya “Fails to Pay” $350m Debt to Jordanian Hospitals

By John Lee. Libya has reportedly still not paid it’s debts to Jordanian private hospitals. Ammon News quotes the President of Jordan’s Private Hospitals Association, Fawzi Hammouri, as saying: “[The Libyan government] has been delaying the payments since 2013, continuously making promises to pay but not fulfilling them.” He told The Jordan Times last year […]

Libya to pay Jordanian Private Hospitals $250m

The Libyan government will reportedly pay Jordan’s Private Hospital Association (PHA) $250 million for medical services received by Libyans in Jordan. Fawzi Hammouri (pictured), President of the PHA, told the Jordan Times last year that medical bills accumulated by Libyans in the Kingdom had reached nearly $350 million after the Libyan Civil War had broken […]

Libya still owes Jordan $300m in Unpaid Medical Bills

By John Lee. Private hospitals in Jordan are reportedly still owed up to $300 million for the treatment of injured Libyans during the civil war. The head of Jordan’s Private Hospital Association (PHA), Fawzi Hammouri (pictured), told The Jordan Times: “The problem is that we are dealing … with [multiple sources] in Libya, and not […]

Libya to pay $300m Medical Debt to Jordan

By John Lee. Khalifa Hafter, the head of the Libya National Army (LNA), has reportedly agreed to pay outstanding debts of $300 million owed to Jordanian hospitals. According to Middle East Monitor, Jordan’s Private Hospitals Association raised the issue last week with a visiting Libyan delegation. The report says: “The debts are believed to have accumulated […]

International Community Reaffirms Support for GNA

Ministerial Meeting for Libya Joint Communique, Vienna 16 May 2016 We welcome the presence of Prime Minister al-Sarraj and commend his leadership in guiding Libya’s institutions through seating the government in Tripoli, a turning point in the Libyan political process. We express our strong support for the Libyan people in maintaining the unity of Libya. […]