In 2021, Première Urgence Internationale implemented a project aiming to enhance access to essential healthcare assistance and basic services for conflict-affected communities in southeast Libya.

Throughout the action, Première Urgence Internationale contributed to alleviating the suffering of conflict-affected populations in Al Kufra region with the financial support of the European Union and the Swiss Confederation. Within this framework, Première Urgence Internationale engages in community sensitization to promote the right to equal access to health care services for all women, girls, boys, and men in its area of intervention.

Since the covid-19 pandemic outbreak, PUI had adapted its intervention to contribute to preventing the spread of the virus and improve safe access to quality COVID-19 vaccination services for Libyans and non-Libyan communities in the isolated region of Al-Kufra. In coordination with the Department of Health Services (DHS) of Al-Kufra district and the National Center for Communicable Diseases Control (NCDC), PUI has supported the operationalization of 4 vaccination centers: Two in Al-Jawf, one in Tazirbu, and one in Rebyana.