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UNDP Libya brings together representatives of the Libyan local authorities and civil society to exchange knowledge in local development planning

For three days, during 12-14 March 2022, in Tunis, UNDP Libya held a Knowledge Exchange and Lessons Learned Workshop focusing on local development planning as part of the Stabilization Facility for…  

Inclusivity is key to successful elections

Canada demonstrates support to Libyan elections, calling for balanced participation. Meeting at Libya’s High National Election Commission (HNEC) yesterday, Canadian Ambassador, Isabelle Savard and…  

Promoting a better quality of life and peaceful co-existence through sports and recreational spaces in Libya

UNDP supports public institutions, local governments, civil society, and communities in Libya to achieve stabilization, resilience and recovery, and contribute to shaping the conditions for peace and…  

Enhancing capacities of medical facilities in Benghazi to respond to COVID-19

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals in Benghazi and its suburban areas lacked oxygen cylinders needed both for inpatient and outpatient care. Some medical facilities have had to…  

Life is back in Asbeaa and Qasr Bin Ghashir in Greater Tripoli after a cleaning campaign

Removing rubble in Al Sabeea and Qasr Bin Ghashir is allowing people to move freely again and a progressive return of displaced persons.  

The Stabilization Facility for Libya: promoting sustainable and inclusive recovery

The Stabilization Facility for Libya has contributed to enhancing access to basic services since 2016 benefiting more than 3.5 million people and reducing local conflicts with support from 13…  

EU-funded Baladiyati receives additional 26.2 million to strengthen cooperation in Libya’ South

The European Union allocates an additional 26.2 million EUR to foster sustainable economic development, social cohesion and human security in 14 vulnerable municipalities in the South of Libya.  

UNDP on the ground in Benghazi

Moving from commitments to actions towards sustainable development goals requires inclusive partnerships across societal sectors. That is why the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Libya…  

Women leaders at the heart of sustainable development in Libya

In Libya, women have been at the heart of the country’s development as educators, innovators, healthcare workers, caretakers, law enforcers, changemakers and leaders.  

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