This report produced by OCHA Libya in collaboration with humanitarian partners, covering the period of 1 May to 3 May. The next report will be issued on or around 5 May.
I. HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES
• Humanitarian actors are first and foremost worried about populations living in areas directly affected by conflict. Over 5,000 metric tons of medical supplies, food, shelter and non-food items have been delivered into Libya, the vast majority through the port at Misrata.
• The impact of sanctions continues to limit supplies of fuel, and access to cash, and the means to replenish stocks of essential commodities.
• In the Nafusa Mountains region in the west, at least 40,000 Libyans have now crossed into Tunisia using both informal routes and the border crossing of Wazin/Dhibat.
• The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator for Libya is in contact with the Libyan authorities, discussing the soonest possible return of the UN humanitarian presence to Tripoli.
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