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11 Nov 2019 description

KEY FIGURES - NEEDS

6.6 million TOTAL POPULATION

0.8M PEOPLE IN NEED

0.55M PEOPLE TARGETED

NO. OF 2019 HRP PARTNERS

202M FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS

20 Sep 2019 description

KEY FIGURES

6.6 million
Total population

0.823 million
People in Need

0.554 million
Targeted population

0.239million**
Reached population through HRP activities
43% of targeted population
0.412million** Total reached population

0.269 million
Total number of IDPs

0.445 million
Total number of returnees

0.641 million
Total number of migrants

07 Sep 2019 description

KEY FIGURES

6.6 million
Total poulation

0.269 million
Total number of IDPs

0.823 million
People in Need

0.445 million
Total number of returnees

0.552 million
Targeted population

0.641
Total number of migrants

0.279 million
Reached population through HRP activities (50% of targeted population)
0.492 million
Total reached population

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

27 Jun 2019 description

178 Civilian casualties of which 41 fatalities

105,000 Number of people displaced

3,800 Refugees and migrants in detention centres exposed to or at risk of conflict

56,500 Assisted with some form of humanitarian services

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.

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

24 May 2019 description

82,300 people internally displaced by ongoing hostilities

135 civilian casualties confirmed, including 31 civilian fatalities

45,600 people assisted with some form of humanitarian assistance since the onset of crisis

$10.2M funding required for Tripoli Flash Appea

SITUATION OVERVIEW

18 May 2019 description

This report is produced by OCHA Libya in collaboration with humanitarian partners.

HIGHLIGHTS

75,000
people internally displaced by ongoing hostilities

126
civilian casualties confirmed, including 29 civilian fatalities

42,400
people assisted with some form of humanitarian assistance since the onset of crisis

$10.2M
funding required for Tripoli Flash Appeal

SITUATION OVERVIEW

02 May 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

• Over 48,500 persons have fled their homes as a result of the armed conflict. Nearly 6,000 new IDPs have been identified in the last 48 hours.

• 15 international nurses from the Philippines located safely, following evacuation of Ali Omar Askar hospital in Espeaa on 28 April, due to fighting.

SITUATION OVERVIEW

19 Apr 2019 description
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KEY MESSAGES

  1. Violations of International Humanitarian Law remain of grave concern as indiscriminate attacks against civilians and medical facilities and personnel continue

  2. Protecting people affected by the conflict to safer areas and negotiating a humanitarian truce remain priorities

  3. Aid workers continue to call for safe and unrestricted humanitarian access and for humanitarian corridors to allow civilians trapped in conflict areas to move to safety

19 Apr 2019 description

KEY MESSAGE

  1. A significant number of civilians were able to exit the Khalat al Furjan/Ain Zara areas in the south west of Tripoli on 17 April, accompanied by local evacuation teams

  2. The humanitarian community launched a Flash Appeal requesting US$10.2 million to assist people trapped in the conflict and displaced persons

  3. The Emergency Relief Coordinator allocated US$2 million from the United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to respond to the current emergency

18 Apr 2019 description

KEY MESSAGE

  1. Civilians continued to be a target of armed conflict, in violation of International Humanitarian Law

  2. Efforts continue with parties to the conflict to secure a two-hour ceasefire to allow evacuation and assistance of civilians trapped due to ongoing hostilities, however not all parties have as yet agreed to a temporary ceasefire

  3. Displacement continues to steadily increase

17 Apr 2019 description

Overview of Key Developments:

About ten days into the start of clashes in Tripoli, displacement numbers continue to steadily increase and a significant number of families who require evacuations cannot be reached.

Some 24,400 individuals have been displaced since the onset of fighting as per DTM. This represents a 12-fold increase only in the last nine days, from 7 April to 16 April. Insufficient service availability of electricity, water and telecommunications in south Tripoli may trigger further displacement.

12 Apr 2019 description

Overview of Key Developments:

Over a week into the eruption of clashes in Tripoli, displacement numbers appear to be rapidly increasing and a significant number of families who require evacuations cannot be reached:

9,500+ individuals have been displaced since the onset of fighting. This includes the movement of some 3,500 additional individuals in the last 24 hours.

8 in 10 families who requested their evacuation from conflict-affected areas could not be evacuated to comparatively safer areas, due to ongoing hostilities and access blockages.

10 Apr 2019 description
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Highlights

  • A further escalation of violence in and around Tripoli led to an upsurge in displacement, with 1,675 new displacements reported over the last 24 hours. This brings the current total of IDPs to 4,500, and numbers are expected increase further, should violence prevail.

10 Apr 2019 description
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Highlights

  • Heavy armed clashes and artillery shelling on residential areas in Ain Zara and Khalla alForjan have translated into an upsurge in displacement numbers in and around Tripoli, which doubled over the past 48 hours to just over 6,000 individuals.

  • Due to ongoing conflict, access restrictions and indiscriminate targeting of first responders, only 58 out of 580 families who registered for evacuations from areas particularly affected by hostilities could be brought to comparatively safer places to date.

09 Apr 2019 description

Overview of Key Developments:

Six days into the escalation of clashes in and around Tripoli, the humanitarian community remains concerned about the increasing humanitarian impact of the escalation of violence.

3,400+ individuals have been displaced to comparatively areas in Tripoli, Bani Waleed and Tarhuna

1,400 refugees and migrants are currently in proximity to conflict-affected areas in the Qasr Ben Gashir DC and Ain Zara DC Concerns remain for civilians caught in conflict-affected areas, who are unable to leave the affected areas