Staff working on UNHCR projects continue to provide medical assistance and protection monitoring at targeted detention centres (DCs). NFIs distributions are also taking place in different DCs. Provision of medical care, outreach, NFIs, and other support continue at two community development centres (CDCs) in Tripoli. On 15th March the outreach team organized the first session of the handy craft course for POCs women under the women empowerment project. More courses will follow in the coming weeks. The Data Collection team is now working in Serraj office where all POCs registration activities take place. In addition,
UNHCR are carrying out repairs to Serraj Registration building and have reduced the working week to two days to expedite the repairs for the next four weeks. The rescue at sea operations are continuing in different ports by providing first medical assistance, protection monitoring and NFIs distribution. Since December our medical teams are also operating in Gharyan DC and Tariq AlMater DC. In February we started to provide medical and protection services in Sooq al Khamis DC in Khmos and from March in Zwara DC. Under OFDA grant, Mobile Medical Units (MMUs) are conducting routine visits to IDP populations in Mis’rata, Sabha, and Tripoli. On 4
April, the Medical team carried out a Medical assessment of Daher Aljabel Detention center in Zintan 200km south of Tripoli. ?
Medical coordinator and doctors attended training workshop on Tuberculosis (TB), EWARN and related guidelines at the TB center in Gorgi, organized by Ministry of Health (MoH).
Primary Health Care (PHC) intervention in Misrata was expanded to include an additional polyclinic; Tamina Polyclinic. Tamina is located in the east of Misrata. It is 5-10 km away from Alkararim IDP camp. There are lack of available primary health care services in this specific region. Consequently, the number of the polyclinics supported by IMC is increased to five. The clinic preparation was facilitated by MoH with official request to IMC medical teams for providing health care to the most vulnerable groups within the neighborhood.
The medical coordinator and HR manager traveled to Benghazi to facilitate the interviews and selection of the new medical team in Benghazi.
Conduct a full HR audit to highlight the area’s that need improvement and are not in line with IMC HR policy and procedures.
HR professional will be able to align HR activities with the overall plans and programs of the mission,
ensure continuous improvement of the HR Processes to optimize operational efficiencies,
recognize employee’s concerns and needs and provide opportunity to enhance employee morale and commitment towards better performance,
strengthen organizational integrity through establishment of integrity infrastructure comprising education, prevention and compliance.
Carry out a market survey of salary scales in Libya and complete a salary scale based on the survey information, this will enable the mission to ensure IMC Libya are paying in line with the market Median to exercise due diligence and effectively utilize donor funds.
Compliance & Ethics: Promotes and encourages a culture of compliance and ethics throughout International Medical Corps. As applicable to the position, maintains a clear understanding of International Medical Corps’ and donor compliance and ethics standards and adheres to those standards. Conducts work with the highest level of integrity.