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Health sector Libya is comprised of 27 actors, including 11 INGOs, 6 UN agencies, 1 national authority, 7 donors and 2 observers.

There is a national health sector coordination group, led and co-lead by MoH ICO (International Cooperation Office) in Tripoli and health sector coordinator, monthly meetings.

There are 2 active sub-national health sector groups at: Sabha hub – led and co-lead by MoH/NCDC and WHO national staff, monthly meetings; organized in February 2019; Benghazi hub/Al Baida – led and co-lead by MoH Interim Government and WHO national staff, monthly meetings; organized in November 2018.

There are five thematic sub-sector working groups: Gender-Based Violence –led by UNFPA; Mental Health/Psychosocial Service Support –led by IOM and HI; Tuberculosis – led by WHO; Sexual and Reproductive Health – led by UNFPA; Migration – led by IOM. 

Health sector objectives: 1) Increase access to life-saving and life-sustaining humanitarian health assistance, with an emphasis on the most vulnerable and on improving the early detection of and response to disease outbreaks; 2) Strengthen health system capacity to provide the minimum health service package and manage the health information system; 3) Strengthen health and community (including IDP, migrants and refugees) resilience to absorb and respond to shocks with an emphasis on protection to ensure equitable access to quality health care services.

COVID-19 Libya

Monthly 4W infographics

EWARN Libya, Weekly Bulletin

Cluster Coordination Performance Monitoring


   Dr Salahuddin Sadi
World Health Organization (WHO)
Health Cluster Coordinator ad interim
Diyaeddin Natuh
World Health Organization (WHO)
Data Management Officer