The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said that “the authorities in Shahat said there were 350 families affected by the floods in Derna residing in unofficial makeshift camps.”

The office added in its report that more than 30,000 people received new and continuous humanitarian aid in the affected areas during the period from 8 to 14 November, explaining that "humanitarian partners reopened a well in the city of Al-Bayda to treat pollution and provide access to drinking water for more than 15,000 people."

"Child protection partners completed a rapid assessment of child protection needs in areas affected by the floods According to preliminary results, the most common risk is psychological distress (90% of respondents), and separated and missing children constitute another major concern for affected communities, especially in Derna, where the numbers reported and officially recorded are lower than the results that the assessment might bring about.

The report also indicated that “local authorities in Al-Bayda reported an outbreak of diarrhea with 186 cases within one week, and that they advised residents to avoid water wells, explaining that humanitarian partners working in the field of water, sanitation, hygiene and health in Al-Bayda are following up on the reports.”