Publications


  • La Chronique N°134 – March 2020

    La Chronique N°134 - March 2020
    Find out in La Chronique of March 2020, our report on gender inequalities in the face of humanitarian crises.
    Women and girls are the main victims. In the vast majority of our interventions, they are therefore much more exposed to risk. “They are more vulnerable to exploitation and we find that they are sometimes forced to resort to survival...
  • Making it work: Refugees in the land of the cedars

    Making it work: Refugees in the land of the cedars
    Discover in exclusivity our comic book: "Making it work: Refugees in the land of the cedars".
    In cooperation with the comics book collective of artists, The Ink Link and Première Urgence Internationale, the famous authors, Wilfrid Lupano and Pozla, scripted and illustrated this comic book to fight the prejudice existing around refugee...
  • La Chronique N°133 – November 2019

    La Chronique N°133 – November 2019
    Find in La Chronique of this end of the year 2019, information on our comic book "We’ll get it sorted". This comic book has been created by two famous French authors, Pozla and Lupano, to raise public awareness of the situation of Syrian refugees and of the difficulties of their integration into host countries.

    A project carried out by...
  • La chronique 132 – September 2019

    La chronique 132 - September 2019
    Find our report Ebola in the chronicle of September 2019. The Democratic Republic of the Congo is currently experiencing
    the tenth outbreak of Ebola virus on its territory. Working in the DRC since 2001, Première Urgence
    Internationale quickly participated in the response by supporting infection prevention in several health centres in Goma.
  • Activity Report of 2018

    Activity Report of 2018
    Première Urgence Internationale publishes its activity report of 2018. This is an opportunity to discover the actions carried out on its missions and the year's results for the NGO.
  • La Chronique N°131 – June 2019

    La Chronique N°131 - June 2019
    In this issue of June 2019, we offer a focus on mental health.

    In 2007, for the first time, Première Urgence Internationale took into account the psychosocial element in the field.
    Now, the NGO runs mental health and psychosocial support activities in the most of the countries where it has a presence.
  • La chronique N°130 – March 2019

    La chronique N°130 - March 2019
    This issue of March 2019 speaks about a conflict that has been raging since 2009 in northeastern Nigeria.

    Première Urgence Internationale is since April 2016 in the region to provide "integrated" humanitarian aid to tackle the crisis on all levels: nutrition and food security but also health and protection.

    Since October 2018,...
  • La Chronique N°129 – December 2018

    La Chronique N°129 - December 2018
    This last issue of the year 2018 takes you into a forgotten conflict at the gates of Europe: The war in Eastern Ukraine.

    Première Urgence Internationale has been working on this Ukrainian crisis for the last 4 years to improve access to care and other essential services for populations affected by the conflict.
  • La Chronique N°128 – September 2018

    La Chronique N°128 - September 2018
    This Chronique 128 leads you "in the alleyways of exile", in the alleways of the internally displaced persons and refugee camps.

    Kutupalong, M’Poko, Minawao. Première Urgence Internationale has been developing camp management operations.
  • Annual activity report 2017

    Annual activity report 2017
    Première Urgence Internationale publishes its annual activity report which gives an overview of most activities of the association. It also makes a review of the achievements in the field and at HQ during the year 2017.
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