UNDP looks for Libyan NGOs to support conflict analysis, conflict mapping, conflict monitoring, conflict management and conflict reduction in Western, Eastern and Southern Libya.
Nine civil society organizations across Libya will be able to implement their initiatives to improve the lives of at least 200 women, 500 young people, and 100 migrants.
Despite still facing barriers related to social norms, the rehabilitation of the four tennis courts by UNDP with funds from the European Union has opened new opportunities for women to practice tennis.
UNSMIL and UNDP are launching a call for proposals for NGO’s to support with the rehabilitation programs for female inmates in Al-Jedeida prison, Tripoli.
"Life is better now in Tawergha. After installing the street lighting, we started to feel safer and more comfortable while touring the city," said a citizen.

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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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