Out of the 35 humanitarian and development programmes that CTG supports across Libya, the largest is the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) programme, which tracks and monitors the displacement and movements of populations in and out of Libya, as well as within Libya. CTG has over 60 consultants working on DTM in Libya, many of them posted to remote and challenging locations.
Having been active in Libya since 2011, CTG provides recruitment and HR management of both local and international consultants for our clients, initially supporting mine action programmes and expanding to municipal election support, infrastructure rehabilitation, food distribution and migration.
Abu Salim, Ain Zara, Ajdabiya, Al Jaghbub, Al Kufrah, Al Qatrun, Al Zawiyah, Aljufra, Alkums, Azzawya, Bani Waled, Benghazi, Derna, Eastern, Essayah, Ghat, Garaboli, Ghdames, Hai Alandalus, Jalu, Kufra, Marzouk, Misrata, Murzuq, Msallata, Ruwagha, Ras Ejdir, Sabha, Sabratha, Samano, Sirte, Surman, Subrata, Tajura, Tobruk, Tripoli, Tragan, Tunisia, Ubari, Umm Saad, Zilten, Zwara, Zintan
CTG ON THE GROUND
Meaning we’re half way to our goal of a minimum of 30% project-related roles represented by women
Ensuring money goes back into the local economy and strengthening our commitment to Sustainable Development Goal 8, Decent Work and Economic Growth.
Staff working with migrants
Three quarters of CTG’s staff force in Libya are supporting migrants, including internally displaced persons, refugees, and migrant workers.