Norway supports child protection services in Libya with $900,000


Norway has provided $900,000 to improving access to quality child protection services for children on the move in Libya.

The grant includes the children of migrants and displaced persons, according to a statement by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) office in Libya on its Facebook page, on Tuesday.

This came during a meeting between the Acting Representative of UNICEF, Marie-Consolee Mukangendo, with the Norwegian ambassador to Libya, Hilde Klemetsdal, on Monday, to discuss foster future cooperation in Libya in the areas of Child Protection, education and children on the move.

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