With fighting intensifying in Libya, tens of thousands of displaced families still have no prospect of returning home and are in need of humanitarian assistance.

Many regions face fuel shortages, and cuts in power and water supply, while access to health care is becoming increasingly difficult.

Latest Update
In numbers

January–June 2018

  • 181,000
    displaced, returnees and vulnerable residents were provided with food
  • 14,400
    person received cash assistance enabling them to buy their daily needs.
  • 50,000
    people in the eastern and southern parts of the country benefited from better access to drinking water, sewage disposal and clean-up measures after the floods.
  • 7,000
    Patient in Misrata and Benghazi diabetes centres were provided with Insulin and other medicines