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Statement by the Secretary-General on Libya

Today marks the end of the 42-year reign of the Qadhafi regime. Libya now closes a painful and tragic chapter and starts a new one based on national reconciliation, justice, respect for human rights and the rule of law.

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Daily Press Briefing and guest: Ian Martin, SRSG for Libya

United Nations Webcast - 20 October 2011

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Libyans must come together and reconcile after Qadhafi’s reported death – Ban

 Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on all sides in Libya to lay down their arms and work together peacefully to rebuild the North African nation amid reports that Colonel Muammar al-Qadhafi has been killed.

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Secretary-General remarks on the reports of the death of Colonel Muammar al-Qadhafi


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Libya: UN humanitarian chief warns of impact of fighting on civilians in Sirte

The United Nations humanitarian chief voiced extreme concern today about the impact on civilians of continued fighting in and around the Libyan city of Sirte between forces supporting the interim Government and those loyal to the ousted regime of Muammar al-Qadhafi.

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In Libya, UN calls on all sides to respect human rights as battle for Sirte nears end

With the battle in Sirte between Libya’s new rulers and loyalists of the ousted government of Colonel Muammar al-Qadhafi approaching its end, the United Nations today called on all parties to respect human rights and look ahead to the task of national reconciliation.

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UN Special Representative in Libya appeals for respect for human rights and reconciliation

Tripoli, 7 October 2011 – As the battle for Sirte approaches its end, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General Ian Martin today appealed to all parties to respect human rights and humanitarian principles and to look ahead to the task of national reconciliation.

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New UN political mission in Libya begins operations and deployment of staff

The United Nations is moving quickly to deploy staff to its newly established political mission in Libya and begin work, the head of the operation said today, stressing that the initial focus will be on helping the country restore public security, plan for elections and ensure transitional justice.

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World’s countries pledge support for Libyan transition at UN summit

A United Nations summit in support of Libya today backed the transition plans of the country’s new authorities and pledged their ongoing support to help the North African country establish the rule of law, uphold key human rights and promote both economic recovery and public security.

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Secretary-General Appoints Special Representative and Deputy Special Representative for Libya

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today announced the appointment of Ian Martin of the United Kingdom as his Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), and also appointed Georg Charpentier of Finland as Deputy Special Representative and Resident Coordinator, ad inte

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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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