Tropical Storm Daniel Situation Report #6
· There are a total of 4,333 fatalities and 8,500 people are listed as missing.
· A total of 101 healthcare workers have died.
· 250,000 people have been targeted for receiving assistance and 125,000 people have been reached.
· At least 42,000 people have been internally displaced.
· A rapid-needs assessments has shown a high demand for the following assistance:
o Shelter/Non-Food Items
o Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
o Healthcare (including mental health and psychosocial support)
· The Libyan Red Crescent Society (LRCS) is still working in the affected areas providing aid and recovering bodies:
o The LRCS working in collaboration with the Libyan Armed Forces have provided humanitarian aid drops in areas south of the city of Al-Bayda.
· The humanitarian scale-up continues. A total of 21 humanitarian partners are operating in the affected areas.
· As of September 29th, humanitarian partners have provided the following assistance:
· 21,000 people have received 111 metric tons of food and 100,000 people still need food assistance.
· A total of 8,000 households have been reached with shelter and non-food item assistance.
· Over 4,000 dignity kits have been distributed.
· A total of 10 healthcare facilities and six field hospitals are being supported.
· A total of 17,000 people has been reached with hygiene items.
· There are 12 collective sites of accommodations operating to house displaced persons.
· There are six search and rescue teams and Emergency Medical Teams still active in the affected areas.
· Some schools in the affected areas have reopened.
· Libya: Flood Response Humanitarian Update (As of 3 October 2023)
· Libya Floods 2023: 20 days after (29 September 2023)
· Libya - Storm Daniel Flash Update 7 (29 September 2023) | Displacement Tracking Matrix
· UN in Libya Twitter Page
· Libyan Red Crescent Society Twitter Page
Libya: Flooding - Who What Where activity Baladayih level (1 Oct 2023) (New)
Power Supply Assessment in Derna & Al Bayda (Libya) Using Night-time Light Imagery, 27 September 2023 (New)
Power Supply Assessment in Benghazi (Libya) Using Night-time Light Imagery, 27 September 2023 (New)
Statement by the United Nations Support Mission in Libya on a unified Libyan response to the flood-affected areas (New)
UNOSAT Live Web Map
UN Refugee Agency, Help Libya Website
Center for International Disaster Information, Libya Flooding Website
· UN Crisis Relief, Libya Floods Response
· Center for Disaster Philanthropy, 2023 Libya Floods