The UN office in Libya has released a report highlighting the collective work of 16 UN Agencies, Funds and Programmes, and UNSMIL to support people in Libya in 2022.

In a visual report, the UN said its affiliates in Libya worked with 23 ministries and 66 government institutions, civil society, and the private sector to help restore or maintain access to core social services for 60% of the population.

Up to 60,000 people received basic sanitation services, 119,000 people received sustained access to safe drinking water, and 156,000 people benefited from reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health care services, the report says.

The UN added that it provided training to 4,581 health workers, while 81,450 people received mental or psychosocial support.

In the childcare area, the UN noted that tens of thousands of children benefited from its programs in the education sector, including the nutritious school meals its agencies provide.

"The UN is committed to sustainable development for a stronger and more stable Libya," the report concluded.