The six learning institutions will accommodate about 1,100 students from Al Sabiia and neighboring municipalities.
he building will accommodate more than 400 students, including 280 women out of 920 students currently enrolled at the Faculty of Law from Ubari and neighboring municipalities.
This lot is included in a series of equipment that UNDP's Stabilization Facility for Libya is providing to help authorities contain the pandemic.
Re-Start-Up marathon seeks to address the economic crisis provoked by the conflict that severely impacted the private sector in Libya.
Because of the equipment delivered by the Stabilization Facility for Libya, Husam can get easily rid of waste and avoid the risk of diseases related to accumulation of garbage.
With support from the European Union, UNDP in Libya and Toyota partnered to provide a customer care training opportunity to 40 people in Libya.
The equipment delivered will enable healthcare centers in 12 municipalities to provide better services to patients affected by the coronavirus.

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78.1%

Urban population

241000

Internally Displaced Persons in need

0.17

Gender Inequality Index (Value)

0.71

Human Dev. Index

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