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11 Jun 2019 description
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Since DTM’s last update on 30 May, an additional 685 displaced families (approximately 3,425 individuals) were identified, bringing the total to at least 18,785 families (approximately 93,925 individuals) who have been displaced from their homes since the start of hostilities on 04 April 2019.

11 Jun 2019 description

Since the last update of the IOM Libya Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) on 30 May, displacement from conflict affected areas in south Tripoli has continued. DTM identified an additional 685 displaced families (approximately 3,425 individuals) since the previous report, bringing the total number of internally displaced persons to at least 18,785 families (approximately 93,925 individuals) who have been forced to leave their homes due to armed conflict since the start of hostilities on 04 April 2019.

11 Jun 2019 description

167 Civilian casualties of which 42 fatalities
94,000 Number of people displaced
3,700 Refugees and migrants in detention centres exposed to or at risk of conflict
52,000 Assisted with some form of humanitarian services
US$10.2M Funding requirements for Tripoli Flash Appeal

11 Jun 2019 description

Highlights

• Water flood levels dropped and the weather in Ghat municipality has cleared.

• Over 20,000 persons have been affected and about 4,250 are currently displaced; of those, 1,200 are hosted in five collective shelters habilitated by the authorities.

• Four people died, including three children, and about 30 suffered minor injuries.

• Major risk of diseases outbreaks including acute watery diarrhea due to water contamination.

07 Jun 2019 description

This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Charlie Yaxley – to whom quoted text may be attributed – at today's press briefing at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.

More than 2,500 Libyans have been forced to flee their homes after heavy rainfalls caused severe flooding in the town of Ghat, some 1,300 km south-west of Tripoli. The rains, which started on 28 May, have already claimed the lives of four people, while thirty more are injured. UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, is rushing aid to the area.

06 Jun 2019 description

Libya - Complex crisis

Heavy rains from 28 May to 5 June have flooded 70% of Ghat municipality, south-west Libya. Floods have been affecting over 20,000 people and displaced 2,500 people, who found temporary shelter with relatives or in nearby schools. Four people died and at least 30 are injured.

Shelter,food and NFIs are priority needs. Livelihoods are at risks as houses and farmland have been flooded.

06 Jun 2019 description

April saw an increased number of refugees and migrants in UnaSana Canton (USC) and in particular of unaccompanied and separated children and families.

Protection outreach efforts have been intensified and a dedicated Working Group established in USC to coordinate protection efforts outside of centres.

Measles, mumps, and rubella, immunization of refugee and migrant children commenced in April, with the support of the WHO, UNICEF, and partners.

Key Indicators

06 Jun 2019 description

Flooding in south-west Libya has severely affected Ghat municipality, with 70% of the area flooded. UN OCHA reports four deaths (including three children) and at least 30 injured, as of 6 June at 8.00 UTC.

Severe damage has been sustained to infrastructure, houses and farmland. Ghat hospital has been partially flooded affecting services. Over 20,000 people have been affected by the floods and an estimated 2,500 displaced.

05 Jun 2019 description

This report is produced by OCHA Libya in collaboration with the inter sector coordination group and the humanitarian partners.

Highlights

• Heavy rains caused flooding and damage in several locations in Ghat municipality from 28 May to 5 June.

• Over 20,000 persons have been affected and about 2,500 are currently displaced to nearby areas.

• Four people died, including three children, and about 30 suffered minor injuries.

04 Jun 2019 description
report UN Children's Fund

Humanitarian Situation Overview

As fighting in Tripoli and Western Libya enters into its ninth week, the conflict lines remain stagnant, but both parties to the conflict continue to use heavy weaponry and airstrikes, resulting in an average of 63 casualties per day. Over 100,000 civilians are reported to be in areas close to conflict lines and 116 civilian injuries and 41 civilian deaths have been reported since the beginning of the conflict on 04 April.

31 May 2019 description
  • 156 Civilian casualties of which 39 fatalities

  • 90,500 Number of people displaced

  • 3,400 Refugees and migrants in detention centres exposed to or at risk of conflict

  • 47,500 Assisted with some form of humanitarian services

Funding requirements for Tripoli Flash Appeal: US$10.2M5

31 May 2019 description

Since the last update of the IOM Libya Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) on 23 May, displacement from conflict affected areas in south Tripoli has continued. DTM identified an additional 1,640 displaced families (approximately 8,200 individuals) since the previous report, bringing the total number of internally displaced persons to at least 18,100 families (approximately 90,500 individuals) who have been forced to leave their homes due to armed conflict since the start of hostilities on 04 April 2019.

28 May 2019 description
report UN Children's Fund

Situation in numbers

1.5 million people affected

500,000 children affected

82,300 Population displaced

Response

20,825 People reached with hygiene items

9,511 Children reached with psychosocial and recreational services

222,576 People reached with primary health care services

3,734 Women and children received food supplementation

Humanitarian Situation Overview

27 May 2019 description

KEY FIGURES

6.6 million Total population

0.823 million People in Need

0.552 million Targeted population

0.280 million Reached population 51% of targeted population

173,000 Total number of IDPs as of Feb 2019

445,000 Total number of returnees

661,000 Total number of migrants

78,000 Tripoli conflict IDPs

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES