OCHA - Situation Report - Highlights ()
- The Libya Humanitarian Response Plan asks for US$189 million to support 451,000 people – 36% of the 1.3 million people identified to be in need of humanitarian assistance in 2021.
- While more than 37,000 people returned home from October to December 2020, over 278,000 people remain displaced.
- Over 4,000 migrants and refugees were rescued/intercepted at sea; an 85 per cent increase compared to the same period last year.
- Food insecurity for migrants in Libya is estimated to have doubled compared to pre-pandemic levels in 2020.
Highlights: The Libya Humanitarian Response Plan asks for US$189 million to support 451,000 people – 36 per cent of the 1.3 million people identified to be in need of humanitarian assistance in 2021...
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY RESPONDENT PROFILE AND PRIORITIES Of the households surveyed, 62% were IDPs, 27% returnees and the remaining 11% were non-displaced persons. Half of the IDPs assessed were living in...
Highlights Despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19, UNHCR continues to identify vulnerable persons for resettlement. This week, with the logistical support of IOM, 42 refugees departed Libya...