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02 Aug 2019 description

OVERVIEW OF THE CRISIS

Based on the potential deterioration of the situation, the Humanitarian Country Team requested a revision of the HRP in order to ensure that the response framework is adapted to support the evolving needs of the highly vulnerable people affected by the Tripoli crisis, while enabling humanitarian partners to restock and prepare for an anticipated further deterioration.

CHANGES IN THE CONTEXT AFFECTING THE HUMANITARIAN NEEDS

29 Jan 2019 description
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Response Plan
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Executive Summary

TOTAL POPULATION OF LIBYA 6.6M Libyans + 0.67M Migrants/Refugees

PEOPLE IN NEED 823K

PEOPLE TARGETED 552K

FUNDING REQUIREMENTS $202M

APPEALING ORAGANIZATIONS 23

FOREWORD BY THE HUMANITARIAN COORDINATOR

Seven years of instability and insecurity have taken their toll on the wellbeing of many children, women and men in Libya.

01 Mar 2018 description

TOTAL POPULATION OF LIBYA 6.5M

PEOPLE IN NEED 1.1M

PEOPLE TARGETED 0.94M

REQUIREMENTS (US$) 313M

HUMANITARIAN PARTNERS 21

FOREWORD BY THE HUMANITARIAN COORDINATOR

15 Dec 2016 description
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English version
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Press Release (English)
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Press Release (Arabic)

HUMANITARIAN COMMUNITY CALLS FOR US$151 MILLION TO PROVIDE LIFE-SAVING ASSISTANCE FOR LIBYA IN 2017

(Tunis: 15 December 2016): The 2017 Humanitarian Response Plan for Libya seeks US$151 million to address the most critical life-saving needs of 940,00 people.

23 Nov 2015 description
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Foreword by the Humanitarian Coordinator

It is almost five years since violence, conflict and instability spread to almost every corner of Libya. The crisis continues to deepen, with over three million people affected, nearly half of Libya’s population. The Libyan people have suffered tremendously and are now exhausted as they continue to live in fear for their safety and future. Many have lost their homes, livelihoods and loved ones.