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Lebanon: Child killed in Tripoli building collapse

The New Arab 27 Jun 2022
A child was killed when a building she was living in collapsed in the impoverished north Lebanon city of Tripoli on Sunday ... The Tripoli ... Many of the Tripoli’s buildings are very old and have not undergone necessary maintenance to ensure health and safety regulations are met.
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Most liveable cities: the 10 best and worst places to live in 2022

The National 23 Jun 2022
The list, compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit’s global survey, ranked 172 cities on stability, culture and environment, education and infrastructure, and health care ... Damascus in Syria was deemed the least liveable city, scoring low in the stability, health care and infrastructure categories.
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174 Hepatitis A cases reported in northern Lebanese city

China.dot.org 13 Jun 2022
BEIRUT, June 13 (Xinhua) -- The number of Hepatitis A cases in Lebanon's northern city of Tripoli reached 174 since its emergence in the past week, Lebanon's Public Health ...
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Many hospitals don’t fully comply with price transparency rules

The Ponca City News 04 Jun 2022
That’s why there’s such low compliance,” said Sophia Tripoli, director of Health Care Innovations at Families USA, a consumer advocacy group that is calling for increased fines and enforcement ... Marcus Dorstel, vice president of operations for Turquoise Health, said there isn’t a pattern showing larger hospitals are less likely to comply.
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IOM Facilitates Voluntary Return of Gambians From Libya, Niger

Foroyaa 25 May 2022
IOM stated that prior to departure, their staff in Tripoli and Niamey provided all returning migrants with health checks and pre-departure transportation assistance, counselling services and protection screening.
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IOM Facilitates Voluntary Return of 148 Gambians from Libya, 45 from Niger

The Point 23 May 2022
Prior to departure, IOM staff in Tripoli and Niamey provided all returning migrants with health checks and pre-departure transportation assistance, counselling services and protection screening ... This assistance includes registration, accommodation, food, health care, psychosocial ...
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Midwives: The unsung heroes of reproductive health response in Libya

Reliefweb 05 May 2022
Libya has been grappling with a deficient health system delivery as one of the outcomes of a long-lasting instability and uncertainty exacerbated further by COVID-19 ... The situation was dire and along with the spike in mortality rate, many surviving mothers and newborns faced lifelong health challenges,” Hakima recalled.
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Empowering and investing in midwives could save millions of lives each year

Reliefweb 05 May 2022
There is a health care house, but there are no permanent staff,” she explained ... Hakima, 57, a midwife in Tripoli’s University Hospital in Libya, said that midwives are doing the same in her country – increasing their skills to fill major gaps in the health system.
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Libya: Landmines, Other War Hazards, Killing Civilians

Human Rights Watch 27 Apr 2022
The conflict had a major impact on education, health services, housing, livelihoods, and sanitation in Tripoli’s southern suburbs ... Health services were also as fighting damaged or destroyed health facilities and killed or injured healthcare staff in south Tripoli with 40 attacks ...
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Libya: Landmines, Other War Hazards, Killing Civilians [EN/AR]

Reliefweb 27 Apr 2022
The conflict had a major impact on education, health services, housing, livelihoods, and sanitation in Tripoli’s southern suburbs ... Health services were also as fighting damaged or destroyed health facilities and killed or injured healthcare staff in south Tripoli with 40 ...
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Capitalization Study AMAL MHPSS sector in Libya

Reliefweb 26 Apr 2022
Mental health service provision is highly centralized in Benghazi, Tripoli and Misrata, difficult to access and of limited quality ... In 2012 the Ministry of Health’s annual budget provided 13 million Libyan Dinars for the two mental health hospitals in Tripoli and Benghazi, accounting for 0.45% of total public health budget.
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FINAL PROJECT EVALUATION - Action for Mental Health Assistance in Libya (AMAL)

Reliefweb 26 Apr 2022
The final beneficiaries of this action are children, adolescents and adults with mental health disorders/psychosocial disabilities living in the three major cities of Libya - Tripoli, Benghazi and Misrata - and their caregivers, including all status of persons.
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Assessment of COVID-19 Detection Laboratories, 31 December 2021

Reliefweb 16 Mar 2022
Over 1000 testing capacity per day is reported in Tripoli Biotechnical Centre Lab (5,000), Azzawya NCDC Lab (2,500), Tripoli NCDC public health lab (1500), ...
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Modern migrant crisis in Sally Hayden’s Fourth Time, We Drowned is more urgent than ever

Irish Independent 06 Mar 2022
“The amount of time and money that they spend on visibility and public relations is more than they are spending on the actual work.”In Tripoli the daily allowances for UN employees on top of their salaries were as high as $335 (€300), and in Tunis $281 (€250) – a monthly minimum wage there in 2021 was $121 (€108).
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Libya: UNICEF Programme Monthly Update (December 2021)

Reliefweb 31 Jan 2022
... to non-formal education services in Tripoli and Misrata ... In December, UNICEF provided 1,369 children (742 girls and 627 boys), including non-Libyan children, with mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) services in the Tripoli, Misrata, Zwara, and Sabha Baity centres.

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