Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Scaling up assistance to vulnerable families in Eastern Libya through cash transfer

Since the conflict broke out in 2014, some 50,000 families of Benghazi have fled their homes and moved to other areas, being hosted by their relatives or friends. With the protraction of the conflict, local schools, unfinished buildings and abandoned camp sites have become the new home of many among them. Since Benghazi was retaken in July 2017, the security status has slightly improved in the city. However, living conditions remain challenging and people lack access to the most basic services, and some 45,700 families still cannot return to their homes. Read More