Resilient Ameera

Ameera

Ameera sits in the cool and dim meeting room in Cesvi’s office premise. The windows have drawn curtains, shielding the place from Libya’s soaring summer temperatures. She recounts her personal journey in the presence of a Cesvi psychologist and her dedicated case worker who have been supporting and seeing her and her son for the […]

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Escalation of violence in Libya: Cesvi works for children and vulnerable groups

Since early April 2019, as a result of rapid military advances from the south, Tripoli’s southern suburbs began to see levels of conflict they had not experienced since 2011. The deteriorating security situation (the presence of armed group activity shelling, airstrikes and the consequent lack of key services such as electricity and water), pushed approximately […]

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