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Libya

Summary

The UK is working in partnership with Libya to achieve prosperity, security and human rights for all. Areas of focus include:
• Promoting political processes, participation, and human rights
• Progress towards an inclusive political process, leading to a political settlement which reflects the rights and needs of all, including elections, a constitution, reconciliation and transitional justice. Development of a strong, independent media. Human rights embedded throughout Libyan institutions.
• Strengthening security, justice and defence
• Improved security for Libyans, with access to justice, and border control. Development of capable Ministries of Interior, Justice and Defence. Development of a community-based policing service, a functional criminal justice system and professional armed forces under democratic control. Management of arms and ammunition, and disarmament of militias.
• Strengthening governance and strategic communications
• Progress towards the establishment of credible public sector institutions with effective leadership, capacity and capability to deliver public services, effective strategic communications and good governance. Effective public financial management.
• Diversifying the economy and promoting prosperity
• Progress towards an open economy, with increased employment opportunities and reduced reliance on the public sector. Increased incentives for outside investment.

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Sectors

Sectors groups as a percentage of country budgets according to the Development Assistance Committee's classifications.

Budget More information about project status

Project budget total by year approved at the project level to date.

£2.02M

2020/2021

Implementing Partners
Partner(s) Active Projects
World Health Organization (WHO) 2
International Committee of the Red Cross 2
British Council 1

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