LIBYA – Schools across Libya have been heavily affected by conflict, impacting student’s access to education and leaving communities vulnerable. To promote the right to education and improve the health and safety of educational environments, ACTED implemented 15 Quick Impact Projects (QIPs) in 2018 across the South, West and East of Libya. Funding for ACTED’s education QIPs comes from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
In total, six schools across the country received supplies, equipment and material. At the Al Khwibia school in Al Gwarsha neighbourhood in Benghazi, the playground was cleaned, painted and provided with basketballs and volleyballs for the children. In Abu Salim neighbourhood in Tripoli, the Al Istiklal school received school supplies, as did the Al sad al Ali Secondary School in Garyounis, the Thawret el Takbeer school in Ganfouda, the Abu Gharrah School in Aloweynia and El Deyya school in Gwarsha.