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- Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Libya’s Migrant Report: Round 26 | June – July 2019
- UNHCR Update Libya (13 September 2019)
- IOM Returns 127 Stranded Migrants Safely to 15 Countries Across Africa, Asia
- Scarred by Libya Abuse, Migrants Hope for New Life in Europe
- Nigeria’s child detainees, Myanmar’s ‘out of control’ military, and a ‘safe zone’ in Syria: The Cheat Sheet
UNDP's project 'Strengthening local capacities for Resilience and Recovery' is a three-year initiative aiming at supporting local authorities in Libya to respond to the many conflict and human mobility induced challenges - by strengthening the local resilience and recovery mechanisms - that impact negatively people access to essential services, sources of jobs and livelihoods, the social cohesion and security of communities.
The project is built around 3 outputs:
( 1) Better provision of basic services at local level and increase access for most vulnerable groups from host communities - including Internally Displaced Populations (IDPs) and returnees - as well as migrants and refugees is ensured;
(2) local authorities and administrations a re supported in fulfilling their role and responsibilities with a focus on enforcing local stability and community security;
(3) local economic recovery/ development, including job creation and livelihoods a re supported.
Implemented in partnership with Tatweer Research.
Implemented directly by UNDP with focus on the following targeted municipalities:
Tripoli, Benghazi a nd Sebha (2M USD each), Sabratha, Murzuq, AI Kufrah (1M USD each), with O.SM USD for Ajdabiya.
Source: UN Development Programme