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Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

Recovery, Stability and socio-economic development in Libya

Formulated jointly by the European Commission and Italy, this new programme will enhance access to basic and social services for vulnerable people and support local governance, in particular in the Libyan municipalities most affected by migratory flows. This action will benefit migrants, refugees, Internally Displaced Persons, returnees and host communities alike.

Main objectives

This new programme will support the capacities of local public authorities and administrations in providing basic services – health, education, water and sanitation as well as social services – while improving timely and quality access to these services, in particular for the most vulnerable people. It will cover 24 Libyan municipalities, ensuring a wide and balanced coverage across the country. The programme will be implemented by the Italian Cooperation, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). The action will be carried out in close coordination with the Presidential Council / Government of National Accord and other relevant national authorities.


Italian Development Cooperation

EUR 22 000 000

Recovery, Stability and Socio-economic Development in Libya

United Nations Development Programme

EUR 18 000 000

Strengthening Local Capacities for Resilience and Recovery


EUR 10 000 000

Recovery, Stability and socio-economic development in Libya

Action Fiche

2 MARCH 2023
Region and Country
  • North of Africa
  • Improved migration management
  • United Nations Development Programme
  • Agenzia italiana per la cooperazione allo sviluppo

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