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  • Lighting Up Benghazi: Renovation of Al-Laithi Electricity Station
    Oct 3, 2017

    The Stabilization Facility for Libya implemented by UNDP repaired a key power station located in the Al-Laithi district to lessen the load on the main grid. This station was badly damaged during the clashes, and needed swift rehabilitation.

  • My voice for her: Supporting women candidates

    283 women candidates from across Libya participated in the launch of the “My Voice for Her” national awareness campaign for women candidates that took place in Tripoli on 25 June 2012. The campaign attracted the attention of the Libyan Government, civil society, international community and the population as a whole

  • New ambulances boost emergency services in Ubari
    Dec 28, 2017

    The ambulances provided by SFL transported in one month 90 patients from Ubari, Ghrifa and Bent Baya to Sebha, Murzuq, Ghat and Tripoli.

  • Out of country votiing

    With support from UNDP and Libya’s High National Election Commission, a total of 8,021 Libyan voters cast ballots outside Libya over the following several days in six countries with significant Libyan diaspora populations: Canada, Germany, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates (Dubai), the United Kingdom and the United States.

  • Raising the Scales of Justice: Rehabilitation of Benghazi’s Eastern Courthouse
    Oct 27, 2017

    After the assassination of a prominent judge in April 2014, the courthouses in Benghazi closed and the justice sector succumbed to the violence that had plagued the city. For Seraj Younis, an appeals lawyer with 17 years of experience working in this field, this was another blow to the already fragile legal system.

  • Renewing Treatments and Hopes in Benghazi
    Aug 2, 2017

    Adel Mehdewi lives in Benghazi. He has been suffering from kidney failure for four years. Adel will rely on the dialysis treatment he receives from the Benghazi Kidney Center until he can receive a transplant. “It’s a difficult illness to deal with,” said Adel. “If we don’t receive treatment, it will cost us our life, and with the situation in Libya, getting treatment has become harder than ever.”

  • Saving Lives, One Ambulance at a Time
    Oct 27, 2017

    Ibrahim Al-Sherkasi has been an ambulance driver at the Benghazi Psychiatric Hospital for over 13 years. The Stabilization Facility for Libya provided ambulances to the health sector in Benghazi and now Ibrahim could serve better the citizens.

  • School walls with no cracks in Ubari
    Dec 28, 2017

    Amina is one of the hundreds of students who had to leave Ubari to pursue her studies since most of the schools in the city were severely damaged during the armed conflict. Now she is happy to be back at Alqurania school.

  • Schools in Ubari Get Ready to Welcome Back Their Students
    Sep 14, 2017

    Alhaj Ali used to study at Althanwya High School which was badly damaged during the clashes in Ubari in 2014. The school was closed and now he is temporary a student at the Jeel Al-Sa’ad School. The renovation undertaken by the Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL) led by the Government of National Accord and implemented by UNDP will allow Alhaj go back to his school, Althanwya, for the next academic year.

  • Students in Kikla redesign their future
    Dec 26, 2017

    Ahmed Abou Ouan is a 24-year old physical education’s student from Kikla University (150 kilometers south-west Tripoli). He used to attend classes at the Faculty of Education of the Western Mountain University. In October 2014, according to local sources, about 200 young people died when a conflict erupted in the city. Ahmed’s college building was severely damaged.

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