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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 […]

New Career Opportunities in Libya

By John Lee. The following career opportunities in Libya have been recently advertised: Risk and Compliance Coordinator, Danish Refugee Council (DRC) Supply Chain Officer, Danish Refugee Council (DRC) Human Resources Coordinator, Danish Refugee Council (DRC) Protection Officer (Legal Assistance), Danish Refugee Council (DRC) Driver, WHO – World Health Organization Admin – Finance Associate, WFP – World […]

Elizabeth Hoff appointed WHO Representative in Libya

By John Lee. Elizabeth Hoff has been appointed World Health Organization (WHO) Representative in Libya. She has been WHO Representative in Syria since 2012, where she led the emergency health response in what has been described as the world’s largest and most complex humanitarian emergency. (Source: WHO)

Tripoli Death Toll Rises Further

By John Lee. At least 1,093 people have been killed, including 106 civilians, and 5,752 wounded, including 294 civilians, since Khalifa Hifter’s Libyan National Army (LNA) launched its offensive Tripoli, the World Health Organization (WHO) said this morning. (Source: WHO) (Picture credit: Hakeem Gadi)

Tripoli Death Toll now over 1,000

By John Lee. At least 1,048 people have been killed, including 106 civilians, and 5,558 wounded, including 289 civilians, since Khalifa Hifter’s Libyan National Army (LNA) launched its offensive Tripoli, the World Health Organization (WHO) said this morning. (Source: WHO) (Picture credit: Hakeem Gadi)

Tripoli Death Toll now over 700

By John Lee. At least 739 people have been killed, including 41 civilians, and 4,407 wounded, including 137 civilians, since Khalifa Hifter’s Libyan National Army (LNA) launched its offensive Tripoli, the World Health Organization (WHO) said late on Monday. (Source: WHO) (Picture credit: Hakeem Gadi)

Supporting the needs of Libya’s Health Workers

Treating HIV: supporting the needs of Libya’s health workers To track and monitor the health status of people who are living with HIV/AIDS, WHO is giving Libya’s health care system the tools it needs. In June 2019, WHO Libya provided IT equipment, including servers and software, to the National Center for Disease Control and the […]

Tripoli Death Toll now over 600

By John Lee. At least 691 people have been killed, including 41 civilians, and 4,012 wounded, including 135 civilians, since Khalifa Hifter’s Libyan National Army (LNA) launched its offensive Tripoli, the World Health Organization (WHO) said late on Monday. (Source: WHO) (Picture credit: Hakeem Gadi)