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 Photos of the week
The UN Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth Visits Tunis, Meets Libyan Youth Groups Reps.
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is organizing a special visit for Ahmad Al-Hindawi, the United Nations Secretary General Envoy on Youth, on 3rd and 4th of August to Tunis to discuss the Libyan program as well as the concerns and needs of the Libyan youth.
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UNMAS provides training to Libyans working Humanitarian Mine Action in Benghazi and surrounding areas
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Human Rights Report on Civilian Casualties - July 2016
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Towards a Professional Media in Libya
Libyan media representatives discuss guidelines to curb hate speech


Tunis, Tunisia – 25 July 2016 – Building on the recommendations of the recent Madrid III meeting in June, Libyan media managers and journalists from across the country and the region are gathering for three days in the Tunisian capital to establish guidelines concerning hate speech.  Once elaborated, the guidelines will be widely distributed to allow media outlets to introduce common standards, encourage professional conduct and avoid incitement.
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Misrata/Tawergha Joint Committee Agrees on Draft Operation Plan for Roadmap Implementation
The Misrata and Tawergha Joint Committee held a meeting in Tunis on 20 and 21 July 2016 under the auspices of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL). Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of UNSMIL, Martin Kobler, opened the meeting by expressing his full support and appreciation to the work of the committee.
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Libya's Monthly Humanitarian Report for the Month of July 2016
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Security Council Press Statement on Libya. 22 July 2016
The members of the Security Council welcomed the 16-17 July 2016 meeting of the Libyan Political Dialogue and the Presidency Council which discussed how to progress the implementation of the Libyan Political Agreement and sought to address the provision of basic services, resumption of oil production and implementation of the security arrangements contained in the Agreement.
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UNSCR 2298(2016) Encourages Member States to Help Libya's GNA Destroy Chemical Weapons
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UNSMIL Convenes High Level Roundtable on the Implementation of Interim Security Arrangements
On 18 and 19 July, the Presidential Council and UN Special Representative, Martin Kobler, convened a high level roundtable to discuss the implementation of interim security arrangements as envisaged by Libyan law and the Libyan Political Agreement (LPA). Over forty representatives of Libyan security institutions from all parts of the country attended.
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Statement on the Meeting of the Libyan Political Dialogue
With a view to ensure commitment to the implementation of the Libyan Political Agreement and in recognition of the challenges facing the implementation of this Agreement at the current stage leading to the consequent deterioration of basic services and necessities of life for the Libyan citizen, the Political Dialogue convened between 16 to 18 July, 2016 in Tunis to consult with the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) on the ways to implement the Political Agreement. 
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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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