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Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Libyan researchers appeal to farming expertsSCIDEV.NET | 03 Nov 2011
The centre requested support from the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) last month (6–7 October) to rehabilitate and reactivate the national agricultural research system with technical assistance, strategic support for the quest to find funding and continued capacity building.
Libya ' Complex Emergency U.S. Government Fact Sheet 9, Fiscal Year (FY) 2011feedproxy.google.com | 11 Mar 2011
USAID Assistant Administrator Nancy Lindborg and U.S. Department of State Assistant Secretary Eric P. Schwartz accompanied U.S. Ambassador Gordon Gray to the Tunisia–Libya border and the transit camp in Tunisia to meet with migrants, the U.S. Government (USG) Disaster Assistance Response Team...
International Medical Corps Teams in Libya and Tunisia Find Most Urgent Needs Include Qualified Nurs...feedproxy.google.com | 10 Mar 2011
International Medical Corps' emergency response teams in eastern Libya and at the border in Tunisia are conducting ongoing assessments of health needs and providing critical medical supplies. The teams have found that a shortage of nurses is a key concern in eastern Libya, and water/sanitation/hygiene services and psychosocial support are needed in camps on the Libya-Tunisia border.
Transparency International on oil companies and corruption: who is the most open?Guardian Unlimited | 01 Mar 2011
Are the world's oil companies fighting corruption - or helping perpetuate it? The report out today by Transparency International and Revenue Watch examines the polices of 44 companies responsible for 60% of the world's oil production. With the focus on the collapse of oil-rich Libya now, the behaviour of these big companies behind the scenes in countries around the world becomes even more important.
North Africa & Middle East: Civil unrest Emergency appeal n' MDR82001feedproxy.google.com | 01 Mar 2011
Weeks of civil strife and unrest in several countries in the Middle East and North Africa region have provoked significant concerns related to security, safety, protection, and threats to livelihoods. Given the general insecurity and the negative economic and financial consequences, significant spontaneous population movements have been triggered, primarily from Libya to the neighbouring countries of Tunisia and Egypt.
Libya Recommits to Development ProjectsAllAfrica.com | 13 Jan 2011
Monrovia — President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf returned home over the weekend following a two-day visit to Libya where she held discussions with Libyan leader Muammar El Gaddafi and high-ranking officials of the Libyan Government. The two leaders reviewed Libyan-funded projects in Liberia and overall...
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