Première Urgence Internationale provides shelter assistance to vulnerable families in LebanonPublished on 4 March 2020 | NewsIn response to the Syrian crisis, Première Urgence Internationale intervenes in Akkar, one of the most under-developed governorate of Lebanon and main host area for Syrian families. The NGO supports host and refugees populations by providing shelter assistance, to avoid risks of eviction and improve their housing conditions. Here are the stories of some families supported.
“The assistance you gave us will help us stand up again”Published on 1 June 2018 | NewsPremière Urgence Internationale in Lebanon is currently implementing activities in Saida, Jezzine and Nabatieh districts, in the South of the country. Première Urgence Internationale has implemented Emergency Cash Assistance (ECA) since 2015. Through this program, households threatened with eviction following an unplanned event or shock such as a job loss or hospitalisation receive a maximum of US$400 .The aim is to prevent eviction and to give households an opportunity to positively cope with the acute challenges. Here is the story of one of these families.