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Martin Kobler: Concerned for Civilians in Qanfouda, calls for Safe Passage
10 December 2016 - The Special Representative to the Secretary General and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Martin Kobler, is deeply worried that civilians remain in Qanfouda despite the unilateral ceasefire announcement by the Libyan National Army (LNA).
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UNDP Press release: Additional Contribution from UK Government to Stabilization Facility for Libya
The Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland today has committed an additional financial contribution to the Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL) which will fund urgent and vital projects to support the people of Sirte.
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Assistance Package of $US10 million dollars to Sirte, Sebha Approved
The cities of Sirte and Sebha will receive a package of $US 10 million dollars aimed at rebuilding the battered health and education sectors as well as water and power supplies for their residents, estimated at about 250,000 before most of them fled the fighting.
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10 December 2016
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Kobler Welcomes LNA Qanfouda Announcement, affirms that Civilians must be Protected during Evacuatio
SRSG Martin Kobler Welcomes LNA Qanfouda Announcement, affirms that Civilians must be Protected during Evacuation Process
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Enhancing Cooperation between the Judiciary and the Judicial Police to develop Prisons in Libya Seminar Concludes in Tunis
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Security Council Press Statement on Libya - 7 December 2016
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Statement of SRSG Martin Kobler to the Security Council 6 December 2016
“Moving Beyond Containment”
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WHO Raises Concern About The Death Of 73 Neonates In 3 Months In The South Because Of Preventable Causes
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Martin Kobler: Extremely alarmed by fighting in Tripoli, Calls for Calm
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Weekly Report On Humanitarian Assistance
28 Nov - 4 Dec 2016


Rehabilitation of WASH facilities in 7 schools in Sebha

Beneficiaries: 3,500 children (1,750 girls, 1,750 boys)

UNICEF/Libyan Society for Charity works

Distribution of hygiene kits in schools and IDP camps in Benghazi

Beneficiaries: 5,000 IDPs (2,450 male, 2,550 female)


Support for women who escaped from the Islamic State in Sirt and being held in Al Jawiya prison in Misrata to contact their families. The protection unit is following up with assistance including psycho-social support.
Al Jawiya prison, Misrata

Beneficiaries: 32 women

UNICEF/CESVI; STACO; Handicap International

Number of children referred to specialized services (health, social welfare or psychosocial support)
Tripoli and Ghat
Beneficiaries: 55 children (35 girls, 20 boys)

UNICEF/ Libyan Association for Youth and Development

Number of dropped out children who attended educational classes in 5 cities in the South
Sebha, Ubari, Ghat, Murzuq and Wadi Ashhati

Beneficiaries: 654 children (343 girls, 311 boys)


Detention centers visits and medical assistance:
o Visits: 39 visits
• Vulnerable cases identified: 104 identified
• Medical consultations: 347 consultations / 4 referrals

9 Detention centres - Abu-Saleem, Karareem, Khoms, Salah-Adeen, Al-Khallah Furnaj, Sorman 1, Sorman 2, Alnasser (Zawyah)
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