For Libya, football is one of the most prominent sports in the country, whether as spectators or players on the field – it’s always been a way to bring people together, young or old; people’s passion for the game of football is undying. And for the people of Emsaed, it’s no different.
UNDP is the United Nations global development network advocating for sustainable development and inclusive economic growth. UNDP started to work in Libya in 1976.
UNDP Libya Country Programme Document for 2023 – 2025
The new 3-year country programme for Libya, developed jointly with national counterparts, focuses on pressing national development challenges contributing to UN Cooperation Framework for 2023-25 through investments in sustainable growth, local peacebuilding, and strengthening democratic governance.
UNDP Libya Gender Equality Strategy 2023-2025
In 2023, the CO achieved the silver level of the Gender Equality Seal Certification, scoring 76.67%, compared to a baseline score of 68% in 2020. This new strategy will help the CO to continue transforming gender inequality in Libya and progress toward gold-level certification of the Gender Seal.
Gender Equality Strategy 2022-2025
Aligned with its Strategic Plan, guides UNDP in its efforts to assist countries in accelerating progress on gender equality and the empowerment of women over the next 4 years.
The 10-Point Action Agenda: Advancing Gender Equality in Crisis Settings (10PAA)
UNDP has developed a 10-Point Action Agenda for Advancing Gender Equality in Crisis Settings (10PAA), a roadmap to guide its development programming towards results that will help transform and advance gender equality in crisis contexts and achieve the Women, Peace and Security agenda.
Stats About Libya
Human Development Index
Life expectancy at birth (Female 74.39, Male 69.6)
Gender Inequality Index
Expected of schooling (Female 13.1, Male 12.6)
Gender Development Index