Libya - IOM, in partnership with Tripoli University, has completed a six-month course for 31 Libyan health, educational and social experts on how to cope with psychological reactions in the aftermath of 2011 Libyan conflict.
Libya - IOM has conducted two training sessions on Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) for 31 staff from Libya’s Department for Combating Irregular Migration (DCIM) – an agency established in 2012 under the Ministry of Interior.
Libya - IOM is this week organizing training on migration management for 26 immigration officers from Libya’s Ministry of Interior.
Libya – IOM, in partnership with a group of 37 NGOs that make up the Libyan Consortium for Humanitarian and Legal Work, has begun targeted distributions of essential non-food relief items to displaced families (IDPs) living in camps around the country, particularly in and around Tripoli.
Libya - IOM, in partnership with the Libyan Ministry of Justice and the Institute of High Court Judges, has completed a series counter-trafficking workshops attended by 102 judges and prosecutors in the Libyan capital Tripoli.
Libya - A group of 35 Libyan health, educational and social experts have become the first intake of a six-month IOM psycho-social course offered at the University of Tripoli.
Migrants Evacuated From Southern Libya Arrive In Chad While Air Evacuations From Tripoli Continue Apace
An IOM-sponsored convoy of 13 trucks carrying more than
840 African migrants has crossed into Chad after travelling from
the southern Libyan town of Sebha.
A group of 332 migrants from Niger who were stranded in the Libyan
capital Tripoli during the conflict, have been airlifted out of the
country aboard two IOM-chartered flights.
More than 1,200 African migrants who have been seeking refuge at an
IOM transit centre in the southern Libyan city of Sebha are being
evacuated to Chad, ending weeks of uncertainty and fear over their
Fears Grow over Rising Numbers of Stranded Migrants Without Food and Water in Sebha as Fighting Intensifies
An estimated 3,000 migrants are now thought to be seeking refuge at
an IOM transit centre as fighting around the Libyan city of Sebha