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 Photos of the week
Human Rights Report on Civilian Casualties - November 2016
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THE SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL TO LIBYA MARTIN KOBLER
MESSAGE ON THE INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELIMINATION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
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16-day Campaign Against Gender-based Violence, Libya
25th November - 10th December 2016
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Stabilization Facility for Libya Gets One-Million Dollar Donation From Republic of Korea
The Republic of Korea has contributed one million dollars (US$) to assist in speedy rehabilitation projects in Libya that will improve vital basic services to the citizens.

The donation is a valuable contribution to the Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL), an initiative of the Libyan Government of National Accord delivered by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and supported by the International Community.  The Facility aims to deliver quick improvements on the ground to the infrastructure, schools, hospitals and municipalities in Benghazi, Kikla and Obari.
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International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women 25 November
Secretary-General's Message for 2016
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Statement by the Acting Humanitarian Coordinator on Libya
Tunis, 21 November 2016 - The United Nations is extremely concerned by the continued worsening humanitarian situation in Ganfouda area in Benghazi due to increased hostilities over the past week.
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UN Welcomes Sabha Mediation Efforts, Calls for Voices of Reason to Prevail
21 November, 2016 - The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) deplores the outbreak of tribal violence in the city of Sabha that resulted in at least 20 killed and over 50 injured.  The Mission is encouraged by the ongoing reconciliation efforts and appeals to national and local authorities to prevent further escalation.
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WHO Assessment on National Cancer Registry System in Libya
WHO country office has conducted Assessment workshop for Libyan national Cancer registry between 16- 17 November in Tunis, in partnership with WHO Regional office, the International Agency for research of Cancer (IARC), and the Global Initiative for Cancer Registry Development (GICR), and it has been attended by national specialists from all over Libya including Sabha, Misrata, Benghazi, Tripoli, and Subratha cities.
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UNICEF Press Release

UNICEF and Ministry of Local Government in Libya
Partnership for the Youth
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Libyan Female Parliamentarians agree on concrete steps towards Empowerment and Reconciliation
Female members of the Libyan House of Representatives (HoR) ended a three-day conference with concrete recommendations and agreed steps to advance the role of women in the political life and decision making process in Libya.  Gathering under the theme, “Together We Can, Together We Work, Together We Advance For Peace”, the women legislators’ key ask from their male counterparts was for women to constitute 30 percent of any HoR odelegation.
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Weekly Report On Humanitarian Assistance
28 Nov - 4 Dec 2016

UNICEF/STACO

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)

IOM

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)

UNHCR / IMC

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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