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BLOG| Light, life, and peace in Libya

The recent Berlin Summit has opened a new window of opportunity engaging international actors and the UN to support Libyans to build a peaceful and inclusive state.  


Al Jala Hospital and Central Hospital ready to serve over 12,000 people in Tripoli

The Stabilization Facility for Libya completed the rehabilitation of Al Jalaa Hospital and the Central Hospital in Tripoli and handed over the facilities to Tripoli Center Municipality  


Accelerator Lab Hackathon: Everything begins with an idea

Young people gathered to spark out-of-the box innovative ideas on how to tackle the solid management challenge in Libya.  


The Stabilization Facility for Libya hands over four backhoe loaders to Ghat

The equipment will help the Municipality to ensure access to water and sanitation services to all residents of Ghat. 25,000 people will benefit from improved basic services.  


BLOG| Human rights imply equality, non-discrimination and preventing violence against women and rape

Victims’ voices have been silenced for a really long time, but during the 16 days campaign 2019, the world has said that it is ready to listen to them.  


Stabilization Facility for Libya hands over equipment to Sebha Municipality

More than 140,000 people will benefit from enhanced water supply in Sebha. As part of the Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has handed over 30…  


BLOG|The crazies of today will be the genius of tomorrow

The 60 UNDP Accelerator Labs that are being launched worldwide to test and scale new solutions to development challenges, is our way of going “crazy” to bring new breeze to UNDP and sustainable…  


EU, UNDP rehabilitate Health Center and the High Institute for Science and Technology in Sabratha

UNDP handed over both facilities to Sabratha Municipal Council.  


The Central Committee for Municipal Council elections review its new regulation with government representatives

The two-day event is framed within the CCMCE support project funded by Germany, the United Kingdom and Libyan governments.  


The Netherlands will donate US$ 1.3 million more to the Stabilization Facility for Libya

Dutch Ambassador to Libya, H.E. Mr. Lars Tummers, announced a new contribution of US$ 1.3 million to the Stabilization Facility for Libya.  

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