Situation Report
Overview of OCHA’s activities for October to December 2021
Overview of OCHA’s activities for October to December 2021

Coordination Activity Report: October – December 2021

• Between October and December, a total of 64 different coordination meetings were completed, with three more planned before the end of the year. These included two consultation meetings with the Government of National Unity on the 2022 Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC); a meeting with IOM on preparing joint capacity building training programme for local NGOs in the Southern region, and two meetings with the WASH sector in the Western and Eastern regions.

• A total of three trainings were completed during this period, including training of trainers on Gender in Humanitarian Action, organized by OCHA and UN Women, aiming to provide participants with a variety of practical tools on gender that are transferable to the range of situations in which humanitarian workers may find themselves in the field. OCHA also assisted in the facilitation of a workshop on International Humanitarian Law and Humanitarian Notification System. On 6 December, on behalf of the humanitarian community in Libya, OCHA published the 2022 Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO), incorporating the findings of assessments and analysis conducted over the past 12 months assessing the overall humanitarian needs and status of affected populations. The HNO findings estimates 803,000 people in need of some form of continued humanitarian assistance in 2022, representing a 36 per cent reduction in the number of people in need from 2021, and highlights the decrease in needs brought about by the end of large-scale hostilities and the general improvements in access and mobility across the country.