Première Urgence - Aide Médicale Internationale

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04/02/2018 - 1:52pm

Who are we ?
Première Urgence - Aide Médicale Internationale is a not-for-profit, non-political and non-religious NGO. Born in March 2012 from the merger of 2 highly experienced and complementary French NGOs (PU and AMI), its objective is to bring about a global response to the basic needs of populations suffering from acute humanitarian crisis and to allow them to recover their autonomy and dignity. Today, PU-AMI is intervening in 22 countries in Africa, the Near East, Asia and Europe to take charge of the needs of the populations affected by conflict, natural disasters or economic crisis.
What we do:
-   Health : VIH, tuberculosis, cholera, medical training, community health -   Nutrition : Prevention et treatment of malnutrition-   Food security: Food distribution, agriculture recovery…-   Rehabilitation & Construction: Rehabilitation and construction of camps, roads, health centers, schools and individual houses-   Water, Hygiene and Sanitation : Emergency intervention, rehabilitation of sewage and water supply networks-   Economic Recovery : Tool kits distribution, vocational training, income generating activities
PU-AMI in Lebanon:
PU-AMI’s involvement in the Syrian Crisis is strong, with a wide range of programs implemented in most of the countries affected by the conflict. In Lebanon, PU-AMI has over 200 employees based in Halba, Beirut and Saida. 
In Lebanon, PU-AMI intervenes in the areas of Shelter & Rehabilitation, Infrastructure, WASH, Food Security & Livelihoods, Health, Informal Settlement/Community Shelter management as well as Protection, Education and Psychosocial Activities.
We intervene in three regions, namely the Akkar district in North Governorate, Beirut and Mount Lebanon Governorates, and Saida district in the South Governorate.
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Organisation Type: 
International Civil Society Organisation
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Intervention Sector(s): 
Humanitarian & Development Financing
Infrastructure & Services Rehabilitation
Contact person's position: 
Head of Mission
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Contact person's phone number: 
Sami El Solh street
Beirut , Beirut
Phone: +9611215676
Beirut LB
Sami El Solh street
Contact person's name: 
Antoine Sagot-Priez
Al Majmoua; Naba'a; UNICEF; NRC; PAWL; PARD; WFP; UNHRC; UNDP; UNRWA; ENGO Group; AMEL; Najdeh; GUPW; Handicap International; Samidoun; MSF; RTP; AFD, CDC, EuropAid, WCL, DCA, BPRM, ECHO, OCHA...



Tender reference: LIB/COO/20/ITB/001

Object: Call for Tender for Shelter Site Rehabilitation

THE NGO PREMIERE URGENCE – AIDE MEDICALE INTERNATIONALE launches a Call for tender for Shelter Site Rehabilitation.

Thursday, 13 February 2020

To conduct a study on opportunities and challenges in the creation of nano-businesses and small scale income generation in Akkar governorate.

Wednesday, 31 July 2019



This package contains two documents: - "AidProvidedbyPremiereUrgence_upto22August2006": Summary of the aid provided by Premiere Urgence, Lebanon, up to 22 August 2006 following the July 2006 Israeli war on Lebanon.


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The MEAL Coordinator is responsible for guiding the overall MEAL strategy and implementation while providing timely and relevant information to stakeholders, supporting PU-AMI’s staff in ensuring the accountability of PU-AMI’s programme in Lebanon by developing the appropriate MEAL strategies and protocols for each project/ technical sector, providing MEAL guidance and leadership at all level of the Country, by leading efforts to document progress, effectiveness and impact of PU-AMI´s intervention in the country, and ensuring the use of technically appropriate needs assessment, M&E methods. 

Monday, 13 April 2020

Under direct supervision of Community and Inclusion Manager and technical supervision of both Health and Protection Project Manager, Inclusion Social Worker is in charge of the social support to Persons with Disability and their families, whether Lebanese, Syrian, Palestinian or of other nationality, roving between PHCCs in the zone of intervention.S/he identifies needs, barriers and protection risks at both individual and household levels and closely liaise with PHCCs’ medical staff to provide the most comprehensive response, s/he and refer them to adequate medical and non-medical services.

Tuesday, 7 April 2020


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