The European Union’s Mission to Libya has provided €18 million euros to support a new stage of the UNDP recovery project in Libya.
The project aims to improve the living conditions of people in areas most affected by the conflict and help in the fight against COVID-19.
In a statement today, the Mission said that the project has reached more than 1.7 million people in 24 regions in southern, western and eastern Libya.
It stated that residents of these regions now have better access to health, education, energy, water and sanitation services thanks to the maintenance of 10 health facilities, 7 schools, 5 water and sanitation facilities, 3 sports and entertainment centers, and a power substation.
The Mission is also in the process of building a new police station and providing training for over 3,000 Libyans in business and IT skills.