EU co-launches AMAL mental health service in Libya

[Libya Herald - Libya] - 21/08/2019
By Sami Zaptia. London, 21 August 2019: The EU co-launched a three-year project entitled “Action for Mental Health Assistance in Libya” (AMAL) yesterday. The project is part of a broader initiative of the European Union to Improve Availability, Access and Acceptability to Quality Health Services (...)
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