To ensure people in Libya gain better access to healthcare, the European Commission adopted a new health programme worth €10.9m.
This EU-funded action includes measures to assist with maternal and new-born health, as well as trainings for future nurse and midwifery and the establishment of a national prevention strategy at primary health care level countrywide.
“The European Union stands by the Libyan population in these challenging times,” said Johannes Hahn, Commissioner for European Nei...
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