In Libya, information is protection as it is power

Tawasul call centre operator. Photo: WFP.
People in need can contact Tawasul to learn more about available humanitarian assistance programmes and to be connected with the organisations best equipped to meet their individual needs. Photo: WFP.

Leaving no one behind

A braille booklet with information on humanitarian assistance, COVID-19, and the Tawasul hotline. Photo: WFP.
WFP Libya organised an event to raise awareness of Tawasul among people living with disabilities, who may have difficulty accessing information. Photo: WFP.

Speak to me in a language I understand

Community feedback given to Tawasul helps us better understand the needs of the affected communities, informing the design of humanitarian programmes. Photo: WFP.




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