Libya

Responding to the escalading needs in Lahj through unconditional multi-purpose cash transfers

Libya Emergency Response
September 2019
October 2020

As the security context and economic situation continue to deteriorate in Yemen, the governorate of Lahj is being faced with a significant increase in the severity of needs and number of IDPs being displaced within this area. In responding to the emergency needs of populations in Lahj, this 12-month project aims to provide 370 vulnerable households with six rounds of multi-purpose cash transfers equivalent to the Minimum Expenditure Basket. Given the dire needs of all groups in this governorate, this award will target conflict-impacted beneficiaries for this intervention, which may include IDPs, host communities and returnee households.

Current projects

Restoring access to safe and quality education and supporting evidence-based and coordinated humanitarian assistance in Libya

Strengthening Humanitarian Coordination And Access To Safe And Dignified Protection In Libya

Assistance to Vulnerable Population in Libya through Cash, QIPs and other interventions

EU for Civil Society in Libya (CIL)

Improved access of children to safe and inclusive learning environments through Bayti Child Resilience Centers

Responding to the escalading needs in Lahj through unconditional multi-purpose cash transfers

Support to the humanitarian community in delivering a coordinated and evidence-based response in Libya

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