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Is technological innovation the key to improve Solid Waste Management? An ingredient that the Accelerator Lab in Libya is testing.

The Accelerator Lab in Libya has dug deep to understand the complex issue of Solid Waste Management (SWM) in Libya and found that the use of technology was missing so they decided to consult with the…  

Young entrepreneurs in Libya provide educational online solutions during the COVID-19 pandemic

The founders of the Panda continue working to provide students with a greater number of lessons to avoid the interruption of their learning process during the COVID-19 response.  

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.  

Municipality officers gain skills to communicate with their communities

The activity aims to equip the participants with the needed skills to communicate strategically with their communities about the work of the Stabilization Facility for Libya, as well as municipal and…  

Volunteers collect garbage from Abu Nowas beach in Tripoli to launch UNDP Accelerator Lab in Libya

70 volunteers gathered at Abu Nowas beach in Al Andalus, Tripoli, to remove garbage as the first step to scale up a solid waste management strategy that will involve civil society, private sectors and…  

UNDP allocates $US 3.2 million to recovery and stabilization in the flood-affected city of Ghat

With EU and SFL contributions, $US 3.2 million UNDP will be able to help Ghat Municipality to assist flood-stricken people in getting access to health, food, water, and environmental sanitation among…  

Stabilization Facility for Libya Annual Report 2018

The SFL emerged as a unique multidonor instrument which serves as a powerful flagship for demonstrating the political and practical intent of the international community and Libyan partners. From 2016…  

Rebuilding communities: equipment breathe new life into sports in Kikla

The SFL provided sport equipment in Kikla. This enabled six sports clubs (Volleyball, Soccer, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Wrestling, and Chess) and members to resume their activities.  

Young Libyan entrepreneurs receive grants to develop their business ideas

The European Union (EU), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Tatweer Research, today jointly announced a 400,000 LYD grant to support six Libyan startups two of them run by women.  

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