''Now, it is easy for women who are living near the newly lit streets to move around and do shopping at night without fear. We are grateful to all who are helping us to have projects that have a direct impact on people and meet their most urgent needs,'' she concluded.
''I hope all the users will keep this equipment in good condition. Business opportunities are definitely going to increase as the situation will be more stable now. I would like to thank all the partners who contributed to this achievement,'' Abdo concluded.
The SFL encourages the return of IDPs to Ubari and local peace through improvements to public services and infrastructure that all community groups have equal access to, especially women, youth and other marginalized groups.
It has delivered sets of equipment to Ubari Municipality such as medical equipment, two ambulances, and two generators to the health sector, and a garbage truck. It has also rehabilitated three schools, the General Hospital, the public market, the Women Center, the library and cafeteria at Ubari University and delivered prefabricated classrooms. It has recently launched the extension of the Faculty of Law at Ubari University by starting the construction of a new National Legal Training Center.
UNDP Libya Resident Representative Gerardo Noto stated “Ubari has become a model in terms of sustainable development and stabilization for social cohesion in post-conflict South of Libya. We, along with International, National and Local partners, will continue providing support to consolidate peace and reconciliation all around the country for benefit of all.”