A temporary basic income (TBI) given specifically to hundreds of millions of women in the world’s developing countries could prevent rising poverty and widening gender inequalities during the COVID-19.
The Stabilization Facility for Libya completed renovation of three educational institutions in Tawergha. Today, around one third of the former residents of Tawargha have returned home.
Despite the challenges of operating in a conflict affected area and the restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, UNDP is on the ground to ensure that when working to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals no one is left behind.
I do not believe Engineering is a profession only for men.
Financed under the EU’s “Baladiyati” programme and implemented by UNDP’s “Resilience4Libya” project.
Under the "Strengthening Local Capacities for Resilience and Recovery” (SLCRR) project funded by theEU, UNDP completed renovation of the non-historic part of the Roman Theatre in Sabratha.
Leaving no one Behind- Safeguarding human rights and protecting vulnerable groups.

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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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