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Humanitarian and Health Assistance to Libya [GB-GOV-1-300456]

Budget: £3,290,000 Status: Implementation Reporting Org: Department for International Development

To support humanitarian partners to provide multi-sector humanitarian assistance to vulnerable populations in Libya. To improve access to primary health care (with integrated protection support), and bolster humanitarian coordination and response capability.To reach the most vulnerable at the community level with direct assistance, whilst at the same time helping to strengthen the capacity of the overall humanitarian response.The programme has 3 components: -To improve access to emergency healthcare by supporting INGO partners to scale up their existing health programmes -To meet acute and life-saving needs through continued support to ICRC’s 2017 and 2018 appeals. -To support humanitarian coordination structures to improve the quality of data and analysis of humanitarian needs and strengthen coordination. This will include funding a dedicated coordinator for the health sector working group.

Conflict Security Stability Fund (CSSF) Libya Technical Capacity and Economic Governance Programme [GB-1-204527]

Budget: £2,201,172 Status: Implementation Reporting Org: Department for International Development

This World Bank Governance Program will provide technical advice and training to Libyan civil servants in three areas: management of public financial resources; management of information; and coordination and collaboration among public institutions. This will strengthen the foundations of Libyan State institutions so that they are better able to transition from conflict and instability, to building a country that has strong public financial management, effective public service delivery, and good governance practices. The inclusive economic growth that results from this will reduce the hardship and poverty that Libyans have suffered as a result of the ongoing conflict.

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