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After the conflict, one of the main challenges Al-Kwayfia Hospital was facing when trying to aid the local inhabitants and newcomers was the power shortage. The Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL) supported by the United National Development Programme (UNDP) provided Al-Kwayfia hospital not only with a generator but with an innovative and definitive energy solution: solar panels.
"Experience and dedication". The UNDP Executive Board welcomes the appoint of Achim Steiner as new Administrator
The President of the Presidential Council of Libya HE Fayez Al-Sarraj, met with Ms Maria do Valle Ribeiro, Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary General and UN Resident Coordinator (UNSMIL) for Libya, in Tripoli, who handed over titles for ten ambulances for Sirte.
Led by the Government of the National Accord (GNA), supported by UNDP and the international community, the Stabilization Facility for Libya aims to help the GNA to demonstrate its value to the country’s citizens in providing visible and tangible results for the population at the local level. Support aims at rehabilitating critical infrastructure; boosting the capacity of local authorities to address the needs of the population; and enhancing local mediation and conflict resolution capacities.
The Human Development Report 2016 emphasizes that poor, marginalized and vulnerable groups—including ethnic minorities, indigenous peoples, refugees and migrants—are being left furthest behind.
In an interview with our colleagues at @UNDPArabStates Noura Hamladji, UNDP Libya Country Director says expanding access to basic services in the country is a key priority. The Stabilization Facility for Libya led by the Government of National Accord and supported by UNDP Libya and the international community is rehabilitating small and critical infrastructure, reaching out to over one million people in the county.
Earlier this year, a group of women from Libya came together. From doctors, to professors, to housekeepers —they all shared a common vision — to build peace in Libya. The three-day dialogue between women, policymakers and civil society aimed to take stock of the Libyan Women’s Minimum Agenda for Peace. The dialogue provided a safe space for women, to share their experiences, stories of change, and importantly, to draw up a roadmap for how Libyan women can build peace in their everyday life. Here is a short glimpse of their stories. The video reinforces a powerful message — when women have more of a role in decision making and peace processes, countries thrive and we build a better future for us all.
As people around the world celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, the oasis town of Obari in South west Libya has some cause to celebrate today. Work has begun on rehabilitating a part of the municipality building, now dedicated to setting up Markez Fetat-Obari or Girl Obari Centre, a Centre for supporting women in the region.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development urges that no one be left behind. That means leaving no woman behind – anywhere.
A fire engine was delivered to the people of Kikla in southwestern Libya, part of a two million-dollar assistance package that also includes the main hospital, a technical institute, schools and municipality buildings. The fire engine is necessary to bring an aspect of safety back to the town which is located about 150...
The cities of Sirte and Sebha will receive a package of $US 10 million dollars aimed at rebuilding the battered health and education sectors as well as water and power supplies for their residents, estimated at about 250,000 before most of them fled the fighting. The decision to allocate the money was made today at...
The Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland has today committed a further financial contribution to the Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL) which will fund urgent and vital projects to support the people of Sirte The Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL) is an initiative of the...
The Republic of Korea has contributed US$ one million dollars to assist in speedy rehabilitation projects in Libya that will improve vital basic services to the citizens. The donation is a valuable contribution to the Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL), an initiative of the Libyan Government of National Accord...