Libya

WHO organizes training workshop on tuberculosis case management

TB_training_LibyaThe workshop, the first to be organized since the conflict began in Libya, focused on diagnosis, drug management, reporting, and patient tracking11 November 2018 – The World Health Organization (WHO) held a comprehensive training workshop on tuberculosis (TB) case management in Libya between 5 and 10 November 2018. The workshop, held in Tunis and the first to be organized since the conflict began in Libya, focused on diagnosis, drug management, reporting, and patient tracking. The workshop was attended by 25 trainees from all the National Center for Disease Control’s TB centres in Libya under the umbrella of the National TB Programme. The workshop was facilitated by the manager of Tunisia’s National TB Programme, along with senior experts in the diagnosis, case management and treatment of TB.

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Training workshop on the introduction of DHIS2 to develop monitoring and evaluation system in 6 primary health care centres in Libya

DHIS_Libya5 November 2018 – WHO in collaboration with Ministry of Health (MOH), Libya has organized a four-day training workshop from 3 to 6 November 2018 in Tunis on the introduction of District Health Information System (DHIS) 2 in six selected primary health care facilities of Hay El-Andalus, Janzour, Sabha, Edri, Tobruk and El-Bayda municipalities. Strengthening of health information has pivotal role in health sector and it is globally recognized as eminent constituent of family health practices approach.

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Events

22 May 2018 – On 13–14 May under the European Union-funded SHAMS project, WHO in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, called for a high level consultative meeting in the...

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In focus

In 2016–2017 for the first time in the history of Libya a comprehensive assessment of all public health facilities has been done resulting in the formulation of the final Service...

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