A report for the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) showed that more than 47 thousand people have received humanitarian aid since the beginning of the assault on Tripoli.

The report pointed out that these efforts are not enough so far owing to a funding gap estimated at more than 10 million dollars, with a shortfall of 60%, warning that this will have its impact on the process of responding to urgent humanitarian appeals.

It also noted that some areas of Tripoli are suffering power outages and low water supplies, in addition to difficulties hindering their day-to-day life.

The report also raised concern over the risk of growing gender-based violence as a result of the ongoing conflict.