Coordination Activity Report: April - June 2022
Over 60 coordination meetings were held by OCHA's East, West and South Sub-Offices in April, May and June, including meetings with the various sectors, partners, working groups and the Area Coordination Groups in the three regions.
On 30 May, OCHA kicked off a three-day workshop on Strategic Planning and Strengthening Coordination, with the mayors and municipal councilors from the south region. The workshop, organized by OCHA in partnership with IOM, WFP, UNDP, GIZ and UN Women, brought together 15 Mayors and seven female Councillors, along with representatives from UN agencies, Funds and Programmes, and INGOs to identify priorities and strategically plan for interventions, including capacity building needs and programmes for the southern region.
On 26 June, OCHA Libya, in partnership with the Ministry of Social Affairs (MoSA), REACH and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) kicked off a three-day training on data collection methodologies, tools and techniques for the Multi-Sector Needs Assessment (MSNA). A total of 35 MoSA enumerators participated in the training, with two more training sessions to follow in July and August targeting a total of 150 MoSA enumerators from West, South and East Libya.
The Humanitarian Access Unit has been engaging with partners, sector coordinators and other stakeholders on humanitarian access and response issues in the three regions, including Focus Group Discussion sessions on access to people with disabilities. The monthly Humanitarian Access Snapshot for April and May were also published. The HAU also carried out a mission to east Libya in late June to meet with partners and stakeholders to discuss humanitarian access issues in the region.