By Gerardo Noto, UNDP Resident Representative in Libya
UNDP Libya launched the new Human Development Report 2019 in Tripoli, Benghazi and Sebha. The report highlights the expanding nature of global inequality, pointing to a new generation of inequalities which may trigger a new great divergence in society of the kind not seen since the Industrial Revolution nearly two centuries ago.
Women at the center in Tommina study together, some of them even build partnership for joint businesses and social initiatives.
More than 140,000 people will benefit from enhanced water supply in Sebha.
Ibtisam and her classmates are attending classes in better conditions after that the SFL renovated Al Dhahir school in Sirt.
UNDP and Toyota Libya are expanding their partnership to provide additional group of young Libyans with three-month vocational training with support from the European Union.
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