UN Revises Humanitarian Aid Appeal for Libya

A transit camp for refugees who have fled Libya. The United Nations has made an aid appeal for Libyans' humanitarian needs. Photo by: David Ohana / UN

The United Nations says it needs an additional $233 million to support civilians caught in the conflict in Libya.

The organization’s revised aid appeal for Libyans’ humanitarian needs is now at $408 million. It was launched May 18 in Geneva. 

The U.N. launched an initial appeal for $160 million in early March, to which the organization says donors have responded with $175 million in donations.

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