The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said in a report that the humanitarian situation in Libya in 2022 continued to improve despite the challenging political and security environment, adding that the continued holding of the October 2020 ceasefire agreement contributed to a 58% reduction in the number of IDPs from 316,000 in October 2020 to 134,000 in August 2022, among other indicators of the improved humanitarian situation in the country.

"At the same time, we are working with our partners to support Libya's transition to a more stable and prosperous future through collective work under the new UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (2023-2025) to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Libya." OCHA said.

It added that their contingency plan aims to address multi-faceted crises from potential conflicts to natural disasters through provision of immediate support to national and local authorities in the event of a new shock and implementation of mitigation measures to reduce vulnerabilities and risks.

"In addition to the fragile political and security context in Libya, global shocks, such as impact of the crisis in Ukraine and climate change, are likely to reverberate throughout Libya." It remarked.