This newly announced assistance joins decades of U.S. investments in Libya’s health sector and overall development, implemented primarily through USAID. The U.S. has invested more than $715 million in total assistance for Libya since 2011.
Since 2009, Americans have generously funded more than $100 billion in health assistance and nearly $70 billion in humanitarian assistance globally. This money has saved lives, protected people who are most vulnerable to disease, built health institutions, and promoted the stability of communities and nations.
For details on Libya specific response activities, please contact USAID at firstname.lastname@example.org