Libya Humanitarian Response Plan 2022

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

CA1: GBV-ACT1-Conduct safety audits to identify key barriers and risks for women and girls
IN1: # of safety audits conductedAudits2
CA2: GBV-ACT2-Distribute dignity kits to women and girls of reproductive age
IN1: # of dignity kits distributedKits4,000
CA3: GBV3-ACT3-Establish new and improve existing referral pathways
IN1: # of referral pathways in placeAreas4
CA4: GBV-ACT4-Provide life skills and recreational activities for women and girls
IN1: # of women and girls participating in life skills activitiesWomen/Girls3,600
CA5: GBV-ACT5-Provide structured PSS services to women and girls
IN1: # of women and girls participating in structured PSS activitiesWomen/Girls6,400
CA6: GBV-ACT6-Conduct community outreach and awareness sessions on GBV prevention and response, including service availability
IN1: # of people reached with awareness sessions on GBV prevention and response and service availabilityPeople31,600
CA7: GBV-ACT7-Provide capacity building and trainings to GBV Service Providers to strengthen comprehensive and quality case management services, including static, mobile and remote service delivery
IN1: # of individuals trained on GBV Prevention and Response, Case Management including static, mobile and remote service deliveryPeople500
CA8: GBV-ACT8-Provide capacity building and trainings to non- GBV service providers/frontline responders (including health staff) on GBV core concepts in line with GBV guiding principles
IN1: # of non-GBV frontline workers trained on GBV core concepts in line with GBV guiding principlesPeople150
CA9: CP-ACT1-Provide children in need with case management services
IN1: # of children receiving age, gender and disability sensitive case management servicesChildren2,645
CA10: CP-ACT2-Strengthen capacity of CP actors to provide specialised age-, gender- and disabiilty- sensitive CP specialised services according to the CPMS and other relevant guidance
IN1: # of child protection actors trained on specific CP technical areas (disaggregated by age/sex)Humanitarian Actors2,620
CA11: CP-ACT3-Strengthen/establish age-, gender- sensitive child protection referral pathways in targeted locations to refer children in need of specialized services
IN1: # of girls and boys referred for specialized services (refers to children already receiving case management services referred for additional services, regardless of who is providing the additional service)Children2,620
CA12: CP-ACT4-Provide group and individual psychosocial support services to children and caregivers. Services provided exclude specialised MH services (level 4 in the MHPSS pyramid)
IN1: # of children and caregivers benefitting from gender, age and disability sensitive MHPSS activitiesPeople26,478
CA13: CP-ACT5-Strengthen capacity of caregivers, community members and children to identidy, monitor and respond to child protection issues
IN1: # of caregivers, children and community memebrs trained and/or sensitized on CP issues incl. CP and GBV risks, CP/GBV referrals (dissagregated by age/sex/disability)People3,743
CA14: CP-ACT6-Train non-child protection actors including Libyan national/local authorities, I/NNGOs, CSOs on Child Protection concepts.
IN1: # of non-child protection actors (national/local authorities/ civil society actors) trained on CP concepts, including CP mainstreaming (disaggregated by age/sex)Humanitarian Actors83
CA16: MA-ACT1-Conduct explosive hazard clearance, including Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), EOD spot tasks, Battle Area Clearance, and mechanical clearance
IN1: m2 cleared from explosive hazardsm2650,000
IN2: # of explosive hazard items removedExplosive hazards2,390
CA17: MA-ACT2-Implement survey and mapping of contaminated areas, including Non-Technical and Technical surveys, and other assessments of the location, extent and nature of contamination
IN1: Total of m2 of contaminated area newly identified (SHA and CHA)m2730,000
IN2: Total of m2 surveyedm216,000,000
CA18: MA-ACT3-Provide assistance to direct and indirect victims of explosive hazards
IN1: # of services deliveredServices0
CA19: MA-ACT4-Provide explosive hazard risk education
IN1: # of direct beneficiaries benefiting from risk educationPeople21,000
IN2: # risk education campaigns conductedCampaigns1
CA20: MA-ACT5-Conduct capacity building activities targeting Libyan entities and individuals engaged in Mine Action
IN1: # of people trainedPeople63

Organizations overview

ACT Alliance / DanChurchAid1$1.5m$00%
Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development2$1.8m$0.7m37.5%
Cooperazione E Sviluppo - CESVI1$346k$00%
Danish De-mining Group1$0.8m$00%
Danish Refugee Council1$3.3m$0.9m27.7%
Free Fields Foundation1$475k$00%
HALO Trust1$1m$00%
Humanity & Inclusion1$198k$00%
International Medical Corps2$3m$350k11.6%
International Organization for Migration1$8.2m$12.1m148%
International Rescue Committee1$2m$00%
INTERSOS Humanitarian Aid Organization1$184k$00%
Norwegian Refugee Council1$1.7m$0.7m39.9%
Première Urgence Internationale1$1.7m$00%
United Nations Children's Fund3$10.5m$3.3m31.0%
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees2$12m$6m49.9%
United Nations Mine Action Service1$0.6m$00%
United Nations Population Fund1$3.4m$00%
WeWorld - Gruppo Volontariato Civile Onlus1$1m$00%