Libya: five EU-funded projects launched in health sector

June 20, 2019
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The European Union and the Libyan Ministry of Health officially launched five new EU-funded projects on 19 June to support the Libyan health sector. The projects cover a broad spectrum of priorities of the health system in Libya, with specific focus on primary health care services, blood transfusion safety, nurse and midwifery education, mental and psychosocial support as well as prevention and management of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). The cumulative budget donated by the EU to these five projects is approximately €13 million.

The event witnessed the participation of senior Libyan officials from the health sector and served as an opportunity to review the progress of the start-up phase of the projects, discuss the impact of the recent crisis on implementation and agree on the next steps for the upcoming period.


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