To respond in Libya, we'll be drawing on our experience in the region, contextual insights, and recent work on the 2022 floods in Pakistan to provide capacity development and support to local responders. This emergency response will provide technical expertise to local partners, enabling them to respond effectively, inclusively, and sustainably to this devastating flood.
Our rapid needs assessment among local engineers and humanitarian responders on the ground will assess where capacity gaps might exist and seek addressing those training needs. We will act on the results of this research and adapting to the needs arising, curating a contextualised response accordingly.
Drawing on our existing training material relating to blast-induced damage assessments in Ukraine, Iraq, and Syria, and seismic damage assessments in Türkiye and Syria, we are working with our partners and expert Associate Trainers to develop highly contextualised training material from our exiting Arabic-language material on damage assessments and related topics, as well as other training on related topics.