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Behind-the-scenes: Meet the stabilization team in Mosul

Since its launch in 2015, UNDP’s Funding Facility for Stabilization has set the stage for Iraq to build forward better through rehabilitation of critical infrastructure and restoration of essential…  


Supporting the Vulnerable and Diminishing the Threat of Hunger

To support war-impacted communities and lift thousands of Yemeni families out of extreme poverty and unemployment, the European Union has funded the Social Protection for Community Resilience Project…  


Benghazi Children’s Hospital fully operational again

Newborn ward at Benghazi Children Hospital. Photo: ©UNDP Libya/ Abdeladeem Ajaj  


Benghazi Corniche is fully renovated for the enjoyment of locals and visitors

With support from the European Union (EU), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) under “Resilince4Libya” reconstructed the corniche located in the Sedi Akhribish historic area of Benghazi…  


More than 100 youth gain skills on auto mechanic and customer services through UNDP-Toyota partnership

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Toyota Libya F.Z.C signed an agreement in 2018 with the aim of creating jobs opportunities for youth. Through this mutual collaboration more than 55…  


UNDP Lebanon’s Response to the Impact of the Syrian Crisis

As the Syria crisis enters its tenth year, Lebanon continues to host the highest number of refugees per capita worldwide. Since 2014, UNDP has been working hand-in-hand with the Government, donors and…  


Brussels Conference on Syria

Ten years into the Syria crisis, the needs are greater than ever -- both inside Syria and in the neighbouring countries. That is due to existing challenges that are now being compounded by the…  


United Nations chiefs urge donors to support record appeals for Syrians and the region

On the eve of the fifth Brussels conference for Syria, the United Nations humanitarian, refugee and development chiefs have urged international donors to step up and stand with the millions of people…  


From war in Syria to landing a job in Duhok: “We all deserve an opportunity”

I am Mohamad Kalo, thirty years old and a father. After Daesh occupied many parts of Syria in 2018, I had to flee my village, Ali Gamish, located in Derki north of the country, leaving everything…  


Sustaining Life in Dire Circumstances: Providing Clean Water to Yemen’s Villages

“Each day I have to leave my young children alone at home while I make the six-hour journey to collect water. Even if I could afford to buy it from a delivery truck, they couldn’t reach my house…  

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