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05 Jul 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes (if any)

No significant change since last reporting

2 - Key Success/Progress made during the month (of the Sector)

05 Jul 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes (if any) Return movements have been reported in the Nafusa Mountains, in Al Awiniya, and in Sirte, returns are also reported to be pursued. Agencies of the SSWG are currently supporting these returns through the provision of NFI family packages.

2 - Key Success/Progress made during the month (of the Sector)

05 Jul 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes (if any)

HI:
Handicap International responded to request for assistance by expanding services to regions bordering Tripoli, including towns of Tarhouna and Msallata.

2 - Key Success/Progress made during the month (of the Sector)

Mine action:
EOD spot tasks were completed and RE sessions were conducted during the reporting period

05 Jul 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/Changes

Initiatiated restructuring process of Health Emergencies program in WCO. Developed the concept note for Emergecy Health Services (EHS) Libya program. WHO followed assigment of the Director of Emergency Managment Department in MoH Libya so that Dr Kamal Arebi was assigned by H.E. Minsiter. This will faciliate the advancement of health emergency management in Libya. Coordinated response to several emergencies in Libya , i.e., Tripoli clashes, bombing in Bergen, Brak al Shatti and Jufra.

2 - Key Success/Progress

05 Jul 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes (if any)

NSTR

2 - Key Success/Progress made during the month (of the Sector)

WFP: In May, WFP was able to distribute food parcels to 20,270 internally displaced people throughout Libya. The lower number is due to the late arrival of food in Libya.

3 - Key Challenges faced during the month (of the Sector)

05 Jul 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes (if any)

  • Increasing number of cash based interventions being proposed and/or approved for 2017.

  • Evidence gathering initiatives hosted by the CMWG initiated to deepen contextual analysis of markets and context to inform response analysis

2 - Key Success/Progress (of the WG)

05 Jul 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes (if any)

  • Increasing number of cash based interventions being proposed and/or approved for 2017.

  • Evidence gathering initiatives hosted by the CMWG initiated to deepen contextual analysis of markets and context to inform response analysis

2 - Key Success/Progress (of the WG)

29 May 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes (if any)

Supplementary National Immunization Days (SNID) against Polio conducted in 8 regions in the south of Libya, namely Sebha, Braak, Shaati, Ghatroun, Murzuq, Wadee Alhaya (Oubari), Ghat, Aljofrah, Alkofrah. Planned total target population was 103,374 and total children vaccinated were 86, 253 (83.4%).

SNIDs Refresher training for Vaccination Supervisors conducted on 12 ‐13 April 2017 in Tunis.

2 - Key Success/Progress made during the month (of the Sector)

24 May 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes (if any)

NSTR

2 - Key Success/Progress made during the month (of the Sector)

WFP: In April, WFP was able to distribute food parcels to 40,290 people in need throughout Libya. The lower number is due to a partial pipeline break caused by lack of funding. WFP is currently working on visibility materials for social media, communications and reporting in order to effectively relay the situation in‐country and WFP's response.

24 May 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes (if any)

During the reporting period assessment, monitoring and screening of beneficiaries has been conducted during the month of April 2017 in order to identify the beneficiaries for the coming delivery of assistance. ACTED is currently screening vulnerable Libyan affected population in Benghazi in order to deliver assistance in the form of CBI. UNHCR is closely following the return movement in Al Awiniya to assess needs and related possibilities of intervention.

24 May 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes (if any)

*The MoE has led the Education Sector Working Group for the past three meetings.

*On 18 April 2017, a new Minister of Education (Dr. Osman Abed Al‐Jalil Mohammad Amhammad) was appointed by the Preseidency Council of the Government of National Accord to replace Dr. Mohammad Khalifa Al‐Azabi.

*Partners for Sirte humanitrain intervention were idenfied.

*Scaling up of Education Response in 7 towns/cities in the South (Sabha, Obari, Ghat, Morsq, Alshati’, Timenhint & Samno) was carried out by UNICEF.

24 May 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes (if any)

No significant change since last reporting

2 - Key Success/Progress made during the month (of the Sector)

24 May 2017 description

- Key Development(s)/changes (if any)

‐ Increasing number of cash based interventions being proposed and/or approved for 2017.

‐ Evidence gathering initiatives hosted by the CMWG initiated to deepen contextual analysis of markets and context to inform response analysis

2 - Key Success/Progress (of the WG)

‐ 24 members from 15 organisations attended the 'Protection & CBI Training' facilitated by the Global Protection Cluster and jointly hosted by the CMWG and Protection WGs

27 Apr 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/Changes

  • Cash assistance supported 27,239 beneficiaries in the East, West and South by ACTED, CESVI and DRC with support of UNHCR and institutional donors in 2015 & 2016.

  • CMWG formalised as sub-group of the Inter Sector Coordination Group (ISCG). Finalized ToR articulates objectives of cross-sectoral body supporting all sectors equally.

  • CMWG Strategic Framework & 2017 Workplan finalized after strategic planning day and engagement with all sectors undertaken.

27 Apr 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes

  • The Ministry of Education has led the Education Sector Working Group (ESWG) for the past three meetings.

  • The World Bank, the British Council, UNDP, the Education Development Trust (formerly CfBT-UK) actively participated to the Education Sector Working Group meetings.

  • Preparations for the emergency response to the Sirte Crisis have started.

  • UNICEF has started the scale up of its education interventions in 7 towns and cities in the South of Libya.

27 Apr 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/changes

The Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) provided US$ 250,000 to partially fund an FAO project to assist vulnerable small-scale farmers affected by the ongoing crisis, enabling them to secure a minimum of income. The project will assist 850 households.

In addition, $700, 000 was received from CERF for food assistance, WFP also received a contribution of $744,000 from the Government of Canada.

2 - Key Success/Progress

27 Apr 2017 description

1 - Key Development(s)/Changes

Seven different HIV/AIDS medicines, Insulin (antidiabetes), Incubators (22), Trauma kit A (9) and Trauma kit B (13) were delivered to different hospitals. Two mobile clinics arrived and planned for distribution. The Ministry of Health did not receive the allocated budget that was committed. The MoH is relying on the international support for procurement of Emergency Obstetric Care kits.

2 - Key Success/Progress