U.S. pledges $ 1,500,000 for UNICEF in Libya

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U.S. pledges $ 1,500,000 for UNICEF in Libya

December 07, 2019 - 12:44
Written by: SafaAlharathy

The US ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, has announced that his government is to allocate $ 1.5 million for the UNICEF office in Libya to provide essential services to those affected by the conflict, in cooperation with the Libyan authorities and local partners.

"The most vulnerable victims of conflict and displacement in Libya are children" US ambassador said, renewing his country's support for the Libyan people and for the UNICEF humanitarian mission in Libya.

For its part, the UNICEF office in Libya has explained that the services will cover around 10 thousand people of different nationalities, including 4000 children.