UNDP supports the GNC in developing and delivering induction programmes to newly elected members, exposing them to fundamental concepts and principles of parliamentary work, advice to secretariat on administrative structuring, as well as developing a draft Internal Regulations and providing requested inputs and advice to Internal Regulations Committee.
The project aims to assist the transitional authorities on a road map to elect the structures of government during the transitional period. The transitional period covers: a) the initial elections to the 200 member National Congress; b) the referendum on a permanent constitution, and; c) the general elections following adoption of the permanent constitution.
As part of the regional Project “Inclusive and Participative Political Institutions” UNDP provided support to the NTC focused on strengthening capacities, knowledge and skills of its members and staff in different areas of parliamentary operations, exposing them to best practices in that domain.
The overall objective of the capacity building project is to develop and modernize the national structures of the mine action program already in place in Libya in order to better address the risk posed by landmines and ERW in Libya.
This project specifically targets geographical areas where resistance to the new Libya has been strong, and where potential surge in anti- government movements can occur undermining local authorities and civil society organizations delivery of services to local populations
In order for the Environment General Authority EGA to deal with the ever-growing concern over the environment, it has been realized that the enhancement of its capacity is required to be placed on the top of its priority list. This project is thus designed to support environment general authority in this undertaking though developing a consultative process that strategies and programmes addressing various environmental issues. The project is geared to enhance institutional and personnel effectiveness to apply innovative management techniques to preserve, protect conserve and to carry out environmental protection tasks as well as the other functions of EGA. Additionally, the project will contribute to improved efficiency, relevance and enhanced competence for EGA in terms of its effective coordination role.
A UNDP/WMO/NMC project (LIB/2000/003) was established and equipped the NMC with up-to-date technologies to enable it to cope with the rapid scientific and technological advances in the field of meteorology. The improved facilities will enable the Department to and fulfil its international commitments to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change, Biological Diversity and Desertification Control.