Première Urgence is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation working in the field of international solidarity. It is not in any way a religious or political organisation.
Première Urgence is an association defined under the French law of 1901 as a charitable aid organisation authorised to receive donations and bequests pursuant to a decision pronounced by the Prefect of the Hauts-de-Seine region on 20th August 2001.
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Declaration filed with the Paris Police Headquarters: 29th June 1992
Publication in the Journal Officiel: 22nd July 1992
"To defend the principles of the universal right to life and dignity, international human rights, impartiality and non-discrimination, we organise concrete and direct actions to help civilians who are in danger, marginalised or excluded, whether as a result of natural disasters, disasters caused by the actions of mankind, civil or international wars or violence sparked by economic crises in the wake of national or international political upheavals".
Première Urgence organises and implements specific aid programmes appropriate to the crisis in question:
Emergency aid: Distribution of food and other products, hygiene products, medicines, hospital equipment and other medical supplies.
Post-crisis: Restoration and management of dispensaries, hospitals and other local facilities, construction or rebuilding of schools, restoration of housing, restoration or construction of water supply networks, rebuilding of roads.
Micro-economic recovery: Agricultural programmes, assistance in achieving economic recovery, micro-credit and distribution of business start-up kits, socio-economic reintegration.
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