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Stabilization Facility for Libya Annual Report 2018

The SFL emerged as a unique multidonor instrument which serves as a powerful flagship for demonstrating the political and practical intent of the international community and Libyan partners. From 2016…  


Renovation brings back students and motivation to Sirt

The ‘Stabilization Facility for Libya' renovated 29 schools and universities in six cities across the country. In Sirt, Mohammed Ahmed (8) attends class now in a fully rehabilitated school. Restoring…  


Stabilization Facility for Libya - An independent strategic and operational review

This report summarizes the findings and recommendations from an independent review of the Stabilization Facility for Libya, conducted in the period March-May 2018.  


Cleaning Up Bani Walid

The Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL) has delivered three ambulances, eight generators, and two garbage collection trucks to the municipality of Bani Walid.  


Renovated labs motivate students in Sebha

The Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL) rehabilitated two laboratories of the English department at Sebha university and fixed doors and windows of three others.  


Empowering girls through quality education

SFL rehabilitation work at the Khalidoun school is making possible the equal enjoyment of the right to quality education for girls in Tripoli.  


Germany contributes €15 million more to the Stabilization Facility for Libya

Germany strengthens its commitment toward building a more stable Libya, increasing its contribution to the Stabilization Facility for Libya with an additional €15 million. This financial boost will…  


Sebha receives three generators to boost sewage system capacity

As part of the European Union (EU) funded ‘Strengthening Local Capacities for Resilience and Recovery ‘project, the Ministry of Local Governance (MoLG) and the United Nations Development Programme…  


Rehabilitation in Sirt: How one hospital highlights the area's road to recovery

The efforts made by local authorities and UNDP have allowed the medical centre to make huge leaps forward in its level of care.  


Health services support returns in Kikla

Fatma and her family’s return was supported by the resumption of previously interrupted public services.  

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