Food Security and Nutrition: As of December 2021, over 511,000 people were estimated to be food insecure and in need of food assistance.
Disease and Healthcare: As of December 2021, over 803,000 people lacked adequate access to healthcare services, with up to 90 percent of the country’s primary healthcare centers remaining closed. Lack of sanitation and hygiene remains a significant challenge for many people, particularly IDPs.
Ongoing Hostilities: Civilian casualties have decreased since the ceasefire agreement was reached in October 2020, but reports of human rights violations continue and ongoing hazards such as booby traps, land mines and explosive remnants pose ongoing risks to civilians.
Displacement: Approximately 213,000 people remain displaced across Libya, 132,000 of whom are in need of humanitarian assistance.
Gender-based violence (GBV): Roughly 153,000 people are most at risk of gender-based violence. Psychosocial and gender-based violence support services are very limited.