Noor Alhayat charitable organization, in cooperation with UNICEF Libya Office, has provided entertainment kits for displaced children who fled their homes due to the offensive on Tripoli.
The work is part of the "Safety" campaign launched to elevate the difficult conditions the displaced children are experiencing amid the strife and the outbreak of the Covid-19 in the country, says the charitable organization.
According to the IOM, more than 200,000 people have suffered internal displacement, including Libyan families and migrants since Haftar's aggression in April 2019.
Displaced children staying at the Ittihad Club in Tripoli received packages containing books, toys, drawing kit, handicraft, and clay, as well as stickers and leaflets on how to keep safe and healthy during the Covid-19 outbreak
The campaign aims to relieve anxiety and grief among those children and help keep them safe, calm, and well entertained during the current emergency situation they are going through, according to the organization.