Venezuela: Making the difference in the life of a teenager mother

Jaigreimar gets ready for a busy day. As she does every morning, this 36-year-old mother of five goes to the Health Center at Los Medanos to provide awareness session on Sexual and Reproductive Health.

Humanitarian’s words in Colombia

In December 2021, journalist Jean-Paul Mari follows Route 55, which many Venezuelans take on foot to reach Colombia. Since 2014, 6 million Venezuelans have left their country. The Première Urgence Internationale teams are mobilizing to meet their needs.


Images from the humanitarian mission in Venezuela

Tender Annoucement – Establishment of framework agreements in the field of security training

THE NGO PREMIERE URGENCE INTERNATIONALE launches a Call for tender for the implementing of framework agreements.

Tender for awarding a framework contract of Cash Transfer Programming, Financial Service Provider, Programme Management System

Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) is looking for a Tenderer for a framework contract of Cash Transfer Programming, Financial Service Provider, Programme Management System, in order to develop PUI’s CVA though the use of secured platforms and payment mechanisms.

Colombia: Emergency Response of our Teams in Arauca Department

At the end of March, clashes in Venezuela between the Venezuelan army and armed groups caused thousands of people to be displaced from the Venezuelan border to the Colombian border. Our teams were on the ground to bring support to the population.


COVID-19 prevention, the Beirut blast, Venezuelan refugees in Colombia, vaccinations in the DRC, healthcare in Ukraine and Yemen but also 40 years’ presence in Afghanistan… So many striking events that shaped this peculiar year which, however, did not succeed in weakening the engagement of Première Urgence Internationale’s teams.

Meeting with Alba Pereira, Colombo-Venezuelan, Director of the “Entre 2 Tierras” Foundation, Bucaramanga, Santander

I arrived on February 14th 2004 (Valentine’s Day), fleeing persecution for openly expressing my opposition…

Colombia: “As purchasing manager, I deliver meals to migrants on the road”

Tania Rodríguez, a Colombian repatriate, is head of the service point in Curití, in Santander, the main road between Bucaramanga and Bogotá and practically the only support point for “caminantes” arriving from Venezuela.


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