By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 3 February 2015:
Libyan Red Crescent officials have been touring Libya to see how well the organisation is coping with rising humanitarian demands and the . . .[restrict]needs of the local people affected by the current conflict.
Director of Branch Management Mohamed Misrati led the field visits to Red Crescent operations in Misrata, Tripoli, Sabratha, Ajilat, Bani Walid, Ghariyan, Tarhouna, Zuwara and Zawia. In each place he met local volunteers and staff to assess the humanitarian situation and the impact that the Red Crescent is having, especially in supporting displaced families.
At the end of his tour Misrati and his colleagues briefed the organisation’s trustees on what he had found and set out ways in which he felt that the Red Crescent could improve its services. One issue he raised was the need to work more closely with other humanitarian bodies that are also seeking to assist the refugee victims of the fighting. [/restrict]