Libya Humanitarian Response Plan 2022

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

Indicators overview

CA1: Expand the reporting capacity of the early warning system
IN1: 1.3.1 Percentage of reporting sites submitting the reports in a timely mannerReports250
CA2: Provide continuous and interrupted immunization services to children
IN1: 1.2.1 Number of vaccination centers received cold chain equipmentHealth Centres75
IN2: 1.2.2 Number of vaccinators trained on cold chain and vaccine managementPeople2,000
CA3: Provide essential package of integrated health services at primary and secondary levels (integrated services cover emergency and trauma care, management of Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases, Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (MNCH), Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) and clinical rehabilitation)
IN1: 1.1.10 Number of nutrition assessments (SMART survey) conductedAssessments1
IN2: 1.1.11 Number of children aged 6-59 months (girls & boys) received emergency nutrition servicesChildren5,500
IN3: 1.1.8 Number of health facilities and community centers providing MHPSS servicesHealth Facilities150
IN4: 1.1.9 Number of mobile medical teams/clinics (including EMT)Clinics60
IN5: Number of medical procedures providedMedical procedures1,195,389
CA5: Strengthen the capacity of health care providers and community health care workers to provide essential health services
IN1: 3.1.1 Number of health service providers trained through capacity building and refresher training.Health Workers1,500
IN2: 3.1.2 Number of community health workers trained through capacity building and refresher training.Health Workers600
IN3: 3.1.3 Number of health workers trained on CMR (Clinical management of rape)Health Workers100
CA6: Coordinate the humanitarian health response
IN1: 2.1.1 Number of coordination meetings at the national and sub-national levelsMeetings36
IN2: 2.1.2 Number of completed health sector assessments conductedAssessments12
CA7: Increase access to health services by establishing functional health facilities and mobile medical teams
IN1: 2.3.1 Number of health facilities supported with mobile medical teamsHealth Facilities60
IN2: 2.3.2 Number of public health facilities refurbished and/or rehabilitatedHealth Facilities30
IN3: 2.3.3 Number of IDP camps/settlements covered by fixed health points and/or mobile medical teamsShelters21
IN4: 2.3.4 Number of official detention centers covered by fixed health points and/or mobile medical teamsCenters20
IN5: 2.3.5 Number of disembarkation points covered by fixed health points and/or mobile medical teams.Locations14
CA8: Provide health facilities with essential medicines, medical supplies and equipment
IN1: 2.2.3 Number of provided medical equipmentMedical Supplies650
IN2: 2.2.4 Number of provided standard health kitsKits650
IN3: 2.2.5 Number of provided PPE (personal protective equipment) materialsMedical Supplies1,200,000
IN4: 2.2.2 Number of public secondary health care facilities supported with health services and commoditiesHealth Facilities50

Organizations overview

International Medical Corps3$3m$350k11.6%
International Organization for Migration3$8.2m$12.1m148%
International Rescue Committee1$2m$00%
Première Urgence Internationale2$1.7m$00%
Terre des Hommes - Italy1$414k$00%
United Nations Children's Fund1$10.5m$3.3m31.0%
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees1$12m$6m49.9%
United Nations Population Fund1$3.4m$00%
WeWorld - Gruppo Volontariato Civile Onlus1$1m$00%
World Health Organization6$5.4m$10.6m197%