What is the project about
After revolution, Libya has entered into a new phase of transition to democracy. In post-revolution Libya, UNDP has been providing technical support and policy advice on governance, decentralization to the Government, including South-South exchanges and global comparative experiences. Capacity needs of approximately seven local authorities are mapped across a number of critical skill areas (including planning, budgeting, financial management, post-conflict recovery, and decentralized area development, monitoring and reporting.
Following the 2011 conflict in Libya, there was a need for targeted technical support to assist the transition into democracy. The overall objective of the local governance project is:
- Development Capacities for Local Governance;
- Support the decentralization process in a post-conflict situation; focusing on developing the governance capacities of local institutions to provide public services and initiate local area development.
|Status||Project Budget (US$)||Donor|
|ongoing||700,000||Government of Japan|
- Focus Area
- Democratic Governance
- Start date
- Jan 2012
- End date
- December 2014
- USD 700,000
- Contact person
- Mazen Abdulmalik