UNDP and Libya Cooperation
In 1976, UNDP and the government of Libya entered into a standard basic agreement which would form the basis of UNDP's support to the country.
Click here for the Agreement in English
Click here for the Agreement in Arabic
UNDP Country Programme Document (2012-2017)
Formulated after the February 2011 Revolution , UNDP's Country Programme Document (2012-2014 and now extended to 2017) outlines 5 priority areas of cooperation in line with national priorities. These include:
- The active participation of citizens in the democratic transition of their nation is facilitated.
- Central and local government authorities are strengthened to provide better public services to citizens.
- Libya successfully manages its transition to a state founded on the rule of law.
- Livelihoods opportunities and economic recovery are enhanced for durable social reintegration, peace and stability.
- National environment management systems addressing desertification, biodiversity conservation, water management, pollution and climate change strengthened.
UN Country Team Strategic Framework (2013-2014; extended to 2017)
The UNCT Strategic Framework 2013-2014 provides the Government of Libya (GoL) and the United Nations Country Team in Libya (UNCT) with an overarching, strategic level mechanism, framing the response of the UN system to the national context and aligning UNCT planning and programming to national priorities, as set by the interim Government Strategic Plan.
The UNCT’s strategy in Libya revolves around six overarching, inter-related, development sectors identified by the Government as priorities and linked to the national agenda set by the Government immediately after the 17th February Revolution: (i) Social Services, (ii) Economic Recovery, (iii) Public Administration & Governance, (iv) Transitional Justice, Human Rights & Rule of Law, (v) Culture & Tourism and (vi) Infrastructure & Housing.
|2017||UNDP's Country Programme Document (2012-2014 and now extended to 2017)|
|2017||UN Country Team Strategic Framework (2013-2014; extended to 2017)|