Libya

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

Libya Emergencies and disaster resilience
April 2018
March 2020

This project aims to support the humanitarian community in coordinating an evidence-based response in Libya. The regions of intervention within the project are Tripolitania, Cyrenaica and Fezzan. The overall global objective is to support a coordinated and evidence-based humanitarian response to vulnerable internally displaced people and conflict-affected populations in Libya through the provision of timely and in-depth information to the humanitarian community. As specific objective, the project aims to improve humanitarian response planning efforts through the delivery of two MSNAs and rapid response data collection and information management on behalf of the OCHA-led RRM group. The primary beneficiaries of the project will be UN Agencies, INGOs, donors, and government counterparts for the improvement of collective organizational planning capabilities to support the 1.1 million beneficiaries identified within HNO 2018 who need humanitarian assistance.

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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