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On the field Libya ACTED’s multipurpose cash program continues to deliver much needed assistance to vulnerable IDP and host community households in Benghazi

ACTED’s multipurpose cash program continues to deliver much needed assistance to vulnerable IDP and host community households in Benghazi

ACTED 2017
Local public schools are used as temporary housing to accommodate IDPs

In October 2014, forces loyal to General Haftar launched Operation Dignity with supporters from within Benghazi, to rid the city of Islamic militia groups who by 2014 had full control of the city. As a result of the fighting, approximately 50,000 families left their homes, many moving in with family and friends initially, but as the conflict prolonged, local schools, uncompleted apartment complexes and state infrastructure project camp sites became a substitute for many displaced families. Today approximately 18,000 families still remain displaced mostly from Souq al-Howt and Sabri districts, while all other areas have been liberated, with many finally returning to their homes and beginning to rebuild their lives.

To reduce the vulnerability of the crisis-affected people, ACTED implemented an unconditional cash-based assistance to IDPs and vulnerable host community families in the Eastern Libya funded by Global Affairs Canada (GAC) . The project aims to increase the ability to purchase essential and needed items of all kinds by IDP households targeting 1,000 beneficiaries with three installments of 200 LYD. To celebrate the closure of this project in April, ACTED visits beneficiaries to talk about their experiences and the impact the cash distributions are having on their lives.

The support from GAC allowed me to close the gap in my monthly expenditure.

Najia, a 48 year old Port’s Authority employee, divorced and living with five children in Souq al-Howt found her sixteen year old son, like many youths at the time, missing prior to Operation Dignity. After the start of military operations, Najia fled her apartment staying with initially friends but later renting her own place within one of Benghazi’s most densely populated public residential areas. Soon after, the Port Authority discontinued her salary and Najia without income or alimony took matters into her own hands selling all her life savings and bought a car. She started providing taxi services to mainly female clients. This risky and entrepreneurial woman impressed ACTED surveyors telling them how she made great efforts to cover the rent and put food on the table. Najia followed “the support from GAC allowed me to close the gap in my monthly expenditure covering for my daughter’s skin treatment and school supplies.”

Negotiations are still in progress!

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July 2, 2018

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By now, you have learned of the Supreme Court’s ruling in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees Council 31, et al. (Click here) The heavily anticipated 5 - 4 ruling reversed over 40 years of legal precedence (Abood v. Detroit Bd. of Ed., 431 U.S. 209, 1977) and strikes down laws in California, New York, and 20 other states plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, which held that employees who are represented by a union should pay their fair share of fees to support the union that represents them in collective bargaining, contract administration, and grievance adjustment. The Abood case, in a unanimous decision from the Supreme Court, affirmed that because the “designation of a union as exclusive representatives carries with it great responsibilities, it inevitably also entails substantial costs.” Justice Elena Kagan offers a brilliant synopsis in her dissenting opinion in the Janus case, calling out the five opposing jurists as “Black robed rulers overriding citizens’ choices,”

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Set of four photographs of Lieutenant John Williams DCM a World War 1 serviceman (refer to item 00150.1 to 00150.4). His enlistment date in the Australian Army was 3/1/1916, and his service number 22228. Williams embarked as a Bombardier with the 23rd Howitzer Brigade, 108th Battery, from Melbourne on the 20/5/1916. As Sergeant, John Williams was recommended for the Distinguished Conduct Medal for conspicuous devotion to duty, particularly as a 'number 1' member of an artillery crew during various battles in France. He was particularly prominent in the battle of Passchendale Ridge during which he refused to be relieved despite being wounded and gassed. John Williams was a Frankston Primary School Headmaster from 1942 to 1949 and lived in Frankston. He died in 1962.

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William Evans, being born in Anglesea, Wales, in 1829, migrated to Australia in 1857. He was appointed Assistant Lighthouse Keeper at Cape Otway Lighthouse in 1858, and married Catherine Carmody on the 14 May,1860. William and Catherine spent 22 years at Cape Otway. From this union, until August 1998, eight generations of children were recorded. The book explores the lives of these children.

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