Sat. Jul 13th, 2024

A joint report by the World Bank, the United Nations and the European Union reveals the catastrophic effects of Storm Daniel in Libya nearly six months after the disaster.

The storm affected nearly 1.5 million people, representing nearly 22 percent of the country’s population.

With regard to recovery and reconstruction, the report indicated that the needs are estimated at $ 1.8 billion, with a focus on the housing sector, where more than 18.5 thousand housing units were affected, representing 7% of the total housing units in Libya.

These figures highlight the magnitude of the difficulties faced by the population and infrastructure in the affected areas, which calls for intensifying efforts from the Libyan government, international organizations, and the international community to provide the necessary support for reconstruction and recovery processes, with the aim of restoring normal life and improving the living conditions of those affected.

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