Libyan Red Crescent holds ceremony for displaces students
Libyan Red Crescent, psychology branch in Zliten, celebrated Saturday the end of the first phase of the psychological boost that targeted a nu!Ber of displaced students raiding in Zliten.
The head of the psychological support in the Libyan Red Crescent, Salah Kashlout, said that the ceremony and the psychological program come to help the students be remedied of the psychological side effects of the fight they witnessed in their hometowns.
Meanwhile, Zlitwn is hosting more than 2000 displaced families from Benghazi, Sirte, and other cities and towns western Tripoli as they all went through armed clashes in the last period, according to the society affairs bureau in Zliten.
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