Rehabilitation, financial support… Our emergency response in Beirut following the consequences of the blastPublished on 22 September 2020 | NewsEmergency response in Beirut: almost two months after the blast that blew Beirut on August 4th, Première Urgence Internationale keeps intervening alongside the populations, to respond both their short-term and longer-term needs of assistance. The humanitarian teams act on health and shelter sectors, in the city as well as in the whole country.
Lebanon: A livelihood program to support vulnerable familiesPublished on 6 December 2019 | NewsPremière Urgence Internationale mobilizes its teams to bring support to local populations and to address the refugees’ needs. The INGO intervenes on a livelihood and protection program, to help vulnerable Lebanese and Syrian refugees recover their economic independence.
Improving access to safe delivery for vulnerable women in JordanPublished on 20 September 2019 | NewsThanks to the support of the European Union and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Première Urgence Internationale has provided information and cash assistance to facilitate access to health services for vulnerable households in Jordan. Since June 2018 and up to late August, the program benefited to 1,600 households, i.e 7,321 people, contributing to reduce preventable mortality in the country.