QATAR:  Aid includes equipment for a field hospital, water pumps, tents, and blankets.

TURKEY:  Rescue team and humanitarian aid.  The rescue team will comprise 168 personnel, two search and rescue vehicles, and two rescue boats.

ITALY: Firefighters, and civil protection officials  logistics supplies and other equipment. The naval vessel San Giorgio has also been sent to ensure logistic support. The ministry says it might also send a second boat to bring more materials and two helicopters for the search and rescue operations. The Italian Red Cross sent aid including sanitary facilities, drinking water purifiers, generators and 1,500 body bags.

UAE: Two aid planes carrying 150 tons of urgent food, relief and medical supplies.

EGYPT: Mistral helicopter carrier to serve as a field hospital and set up shelter tents for those who lost their homes

JORDAN: Aid plane carrying relief supplies including tents, blankets and food.

TUNISIA: Aid and a civil protection team specialized in search and rescue with four dogs, a medical crew, and thermal monitoring devices and a drone to detect victims, in addition to a field hospital.

KUWAIT: Aid plane carrying 40 tons of medical and relief supplies in addition to food.

ALGERIA: Eight aircraft carrying food, medical supplies, clothing and tents.

UNITED NATIONS:  Working with partners to get humanitarian assistance to those in the affected areas. Emergency teams are being mobilized to help on the ground. The World Food Program and local partner LibAid have started the distribution of food to more than 5,000 families displaced by the flooding. The UN Central Emergency Response Fund has allocated $10 million to the flood response.

EU: The European Union activated its Civil Protection Mechanism to help Libya. It said Germany, Romania, and Finland offered tents, field beds and blankets, 80 generators and food as well as water tanks. The EU said it was releasing an initial 500,000 euros ($536,000) in humanitarian funding.

UNITED STATES: The U.S. is sending emergency funds to relief organizations and coordinating with the Libyan authorities and the U.N. to provide additional support.

FRANCE: Field hospital.

SPAIN: Firefighters from several Spanish provinces have travelled to Libya. Some carried boxes with electric equipment, including generators. Basque NGO Accion Norte sent to Derna eight firefighters, four rescue dogs, a doctor and an interpreter together with a contingent from the Valencia-based NGO Bombers pel Mon.

BRITAIN: Britain announced an initial aid package worth up to 1 million pounds ($1.25 million) to provide assistance to those affected by the flood. It is  working with partners on the ground to identify the most urgent basic needs, including on shelter, healthcare and sanitation.

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