By Salima Biglary | Programs and Partnerships Coordinatoor
After the disaster on September 19 in the severely affected area of Derne, Libya, IBC quickly partnered with the local organization STACO to conduct a thorough needs assessment in the region. In the aftermath of the flood, IBC has actively supported the affected community in Derna, distributing tarpaulins, blankets, and hot meals. With the generous support of donors, these efforts have reached over 22,500 individuals, making a meaningful impact on those in need.
Libya Emergency Floods Response Project
Food packages (400 packages) (each package composed of water, canned food, mixed fruits, baby food, a pot, bread, cheese, and olive)
Clothing packages (400 packages) (each package composed of underwear, socks, gloves, hat, scarf, and rain boots)
NFI packages (400 packages) (each composed of a portable charger, pillow, blanket, water heater, and camping stove)
Hygiene packages (400 packages), each composed of sanitary pads, wet tissue, toilet tissue, and sterile medical soap)
Rapid Response with Hot Meals to the Flood Disaster Affected People in Eastern Libya
The project will provide 500 hot meals for 500 households (HHs) on a daily basis for a period of 26 days, thus making a total of 13000 Hot Meals served by the end of the project. A household is composed of a husband and wife and two kids. The hot meals served are sizeable and nutritious enough to cater for a household of this size.
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