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Libya, North Africa
Population: 6,412,000
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Fayez al - Sarraj
Christians: 3.2%
Evangelical Christians: 0.3%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: 4th
Life Expectancy: 78.34 Years
Literacy Rate: 94.2%
Population Below Poverty Line: 32%
Refugees Living in Libya: 399,935

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The World Health Organization and health partners are appealing for US$ 43.5 million to provide life-saving interventions for 388 000 people inside Libya affected by ongoing conflict. “Years of conflict in Libya have left behind a struggling and over-burdened health care system. Many health facilities are fully or partially closed, limiting access to health care services to a population suffering from challenges from the 8-year conflict,” said Dr Syed Jaffar Hussain, WHO Representative in Libya. Migrants, displaced people, refugees, and rural communities are especially at risk. Shortage of essential medicines and health service providers, and the limited capacity of national public health programs, have increased the risk of spread of communicable diseases. Pray that immediate help will be made available to the suffering people of Libya. Pray that health services will improve and many lives will be saved (The Bible, Isaiah 40:1).

US$ 43.5 million needed to provide life-saving health aid in Libya in 2019

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Libya, North Africa
Population: 6,412,000
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Fayez al - Sarraj
Christians: 3.2%
Evangelical Christians: 0.3%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: 4th
Life Expectancy: 78.34 Years
Literacy Rate: 94.2%
Population Below Poverty Line: 32%
Refugees Living in Libya: 399,935

Pray for Libya - facebook page

The World Health Organization and health partners are appealing for US$ 43.5 million to provide life-saving interventions for 388 000 people inside Libya affected by ongoing conflict. “Years of conflict in Libya have left behind a struggling and over-burdened health care system. Many health facilities are fully or partially closed, limiting access to health care services to a population suffering from challenges from the 8-year conflict,” said Dr Syed Jaffar Hussain, WHO Representative in Libya. Migrants, displaced people, refugees, and rural communities are especially at risk. Shortage of essential medicines and health service providers, and the limited capacity of national public health programs, have increased the risk of spread of communicable diseases. Pray that immediate help will be made available to the suffering people of Libya. Pray that health services will improve and many lives will be saved (The Bible, Isaiah 40:1).

US$ 43.5 million needed to provide life-saving health aid in Libya in 2019