Exploratory mission in Honduras: the necessity to work on disaster risk reduction
In June 2023, the team of Première Urgence Internationale conducted its second humanitarian exploratory mission in Honduras, a Central American country vulnerable to climate change and where nearly one in three inhabitants is in need of humanitarian assistance. Tinou-Paï, the emergency coordinator within Première Urgence Internationale and head of the mission for this exploratory project, reflects on the reasons and outcomes of this field experience.
International Solidarity Conference on the Venezuelan Refugee and Migrant Crisis: international support is necessary
On October 28th and 29th the European Union, the Office of the United Nations High…
Première Urgence Internationale launches a project in Burundi
After more than three years of assessments and exploratory missions in the country, Première Urgence Internationale has just started a first operational project in Burundi, in the Ngozi hospital. This first intervention is reflected in training of hospital staff: a promising base, which can lay the groundwork for the future.