More than 600 girls in Libya have received aid from the US In February
The US Embassy declared that over 600 girls in Libya have received assistance in the month of February alone
During the month of February, the US Embassy in Libya reported that more than 600 women and girls received assistance.
On its official Facebook page, the embassy announced that over 5,300 text messages, as well as over 830 educational brochures, pamphlets, and posters, were distributed in February alone, with the International Medical Corps providing personal skills instruction, psychosocial counselling sessions, and a variety of other support activities to approximately 600 females throughout the country.
It added that the US Agency for International Development (USAID) humanitarian aid office partnered with the International Medical Corps to ensure that women and girls have complete access to essential safety information about the Coronavirus pandemic, as well as gender-based abuse, during these critical times.
How to submit an Op-Ed: Libyan Express accepts opinion articles on a wide range of topics. Submissions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include ‘Op-Ed’ in the subject line.
- Haftar to fly to the US with family, pretending it’s a Libyan official visit - September 13, 2021
- Haftar hires ex-Clinton aide, ex-Republican leader to lobby Washington for Libya elections’ run - September 09, 2021
- Al-Saadi Gaddafi, late dictator’s son, released from Libyan prison - September 06, 2021