Libya Humanitarian Response Plan 2022

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 2.0 | published | Download the HRP document
People in need
171,309
People targeted
59,942
Requirements ($)
Current funding ($)
Coverage (%)

Indicators overview

IndicatorUnitTarget
CA1: Awareness raising on Covid-19, Infection prevention and control measure, safe return to school, hygiene and sanitation, and distribution of awarenss raising materials on COVID-19
IN1: # of children in schools and learning centers reached with Covid-19 IPC measuresChildren28,495
CA2: Disinfection of schools and learning centers
IN1: # of schools and learning centers reached with Covid-19 IPC measuresSchools142
CA3: Distribution of school kits including cleaning materials and/or PPE
IN1: # of schools and learning centers reached with Covid-19 IPC measuresSchools142
CA4: Distribution of cash/vouchers to support access to education
IN1: # of School-aged children (boys and girls) accessing formal/non-formal educationChildren11,856
CA5: Distribution of essential learning materials
IN1: # of Children (boys and girls) receiving essential learning materialsChildren9,624
CA6: Distribution of school furniture (i.e. whiteboards, student desks)
IN1: # of School-aged children (girls & boys) accessing rehabilitated and improved educational facilities (WASH facilities, inclusivity for children with disabilities, classrooms, furniture)Children2,396
CA7: Provision of distance and in-person formal education (including early learning)
IN1: # of School-aged children (boys and girls) accessing formal/non-formal educationChildren11,856
CA8: Provision of distance and in-person non-formal education (including vocational training)
IN1: # of School-aged children (boys and girls) accessing formal/non-formal education11,856
CA9: Provision of PSS in school and learning centers (including distribution of PSS materials)
IN1: # of Children (boys and girls) accessing psychosocial support services in schools and learning spacesChildren1,862
CA10: Rehabilitation of school infrastructure including WASH facilities, classrooms, disability-friendly infrastructure
IN1: # of School-aged children (girls & boys) accessing rehabilitated and improved educational facilities (WASH facilities, inclusivity for children with disabilities, classrooms, furniture)Children2,396
CA11: School feeding and take home ration, and awareness raising on healthy nutrition
IN1: # of school aged children (girls & boys) provided with meals at school/learning spacesChildren4,380
CA12: Support for missing student documentation
IN1: # of School-aged children (boys and girls) accessing formal/non-formal educationChildren11,856
CA13: Orientation to Education Sector Members and stakeholders on HRP process, EiE, and Information Management
IN1: # of education actors (f/m) oriented on EiE policy, planning, information management, sector coordination and INEE Minimum StandardsHumanitarian Actors56
CA14: Teacher training on child-centered pedagogy, child safeguarding, and remote learning
IN1: # of Teachers and education personnel trained on child-centered pedagogy, child safeguarding, and remote learningTeachers191
CA15: Teacher training on PSS
IN1: # of Teachers and education personnel trained on PSSTeachers174

Organizations overview

OrganizationProjectsRequirementsFundingCoverage
Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development1$1.8m$0.7m37.5%
Breezes Organization for sustainable Development in Libya1$30k$00%
INTERSOS Humanitarian Aid Organization1$184k$00%
Norwegian Refugee Council1$1.7m$0.7m39.9%
Safwa Charity Organization1$100k$00%
Terre des Hommes - Italy1$414k$00%
United Nations Children's Fund1$10.5m$3.3m31.0%
World Food Programme1$12.8m$6m46.9%