The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has delivered two training sessions for around 27 health workers from several primary health care centers in the capital, Tripoli.

The training focused on providing initial services package for sexual and reproductive health in crisis, said the UNFPA.

The activity which took place between 11-19 of October was supported by the EU Africa Trust Fund, and in partnership with the International Medical Corps UK, according to the UNFPA.

The UNFPA had delivered several programs during the month of October in Libya, including distributing humanitarian aid to displaced families from different areas in southern Tripoli to Ajelat city.


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