Original disclosure @ AFDB website
Updated in EWS Sep 9, 2020
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According to bank documents, The Bank’s grant of USD 480,000 will address strategic priority needs and contribute to the funding gap of the Response Plan for COVID 19 for Libya, with a focus on infection prevention and control so as to limit the spread of the disease and shield the communities, including those most vulnerable, from being infected. This Bank’s intervention will seek to compliment ongoing humanitarian activities by the UN agencies and international organizations to mitigate the negative effects of the virus pandemic on the population living in Libya. The emergency assistance by the Bank is aimed at partially filling the financing gap identified to ensure that response plan for COVID-19 is implemented with a focus on case management, particularly procuring adequate personal protection equipment to ease the reluctance of medical staff in treating patients. The Bank will continue monitoring the situation with a view to exploring short-to-medium term options for additional support.
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