Diaporama : Mobile health teams for reaching underserved areas in Libya
Première Urgence Internationale operates in Libya since 2017, in a country facing a high level of political instability. Over the past few months, the teams have developed new activities to reach the population living in the most affected areas by the recent conflict.
Mobile health teams provide primary healthcare to the most vulnerable populations
Première Urgence Internationale is currently deploying five mobile clinics in and around Benghazi.
The mobile health teams are deployed to cover the city of Benghazi, as well as its surroundings. Including rural areas affected by the conflict.
This project is supported by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (DG ECHO), the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Centre de Crise et de Soutien of French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (CDCS).
Click to watch Marine Thomas and Waleed Hamad’ pictures and explanations.