The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has provided medical consultations to around 140 people, including migrants and displaced persons, in Sabha, south of Libya, the UNFPA said.

The UN organization explained via Twitter that the process was carried out through its partner Safwa Charity, noting that a mobile medical team provided last week essential SRH services in AlJadid health centre in Sabha, assisting around 140 persons including migrants and internally displaced persons.

"Last week, social workers at UNFPA Libya Women and Girls Safe Spaces across Libya continued providing remote and in-person services, reaching 101 Girl and Woman with psychosocial support sessions, 25 with awareness sessions," and 103 through livelihood training sessions, according to the UNFPA.


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