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- Colombia: overview of the Order of Malta's activities   - ^M - Rome: International Roma Day The Order of Malta’s Commitment in Eastern Europe   -^M - Cambodia: Improved health and sanitation conditions through self-help initiatives   - - Syria: three new mobile health stations deployed near Aleppo   - ^M - Rome: 915,000 Refugees in Lebanon After Three Years of War in Syria   -^M - Argentina: Volunteers in Buenos Aires with a mobile soup kitchen   - - France: World Leprosy Day, Ordre de Malte France takes to the streets to raise funds   - - Sryia: teaching peace and mediation at Turkish border   - - Serbia: “A Hot Meal in a Cold Winter” Project   - - Lithuania: Order of Malta Christmas soup campaign now an annual event   - - El Salvador: Il 2013 un anno ricco di progetti per l’Associazione dell'Ordine di Malta   - - Central African Republic: Ordre de Malte France Steps Up Humanitarian Aid   - - Italy: Christmas Lunch for the Needy in Rome   - - Bethlehem: Holy Family Hospital, the 60,000th child is born   - - Philippines: Emergency aid continues one month after Typhoon Haiyan   - - Bulgaria: Growing number of Syrian refugees   - - Italy: the Commitment of the Order of Malta’s Relief Corps on Lampedusa   - - Philippines: Typhoon Haiyan, Order of Malta relief agency focuses aid on thus far neglected islands   - - Philippines: Typhoon Haiyan, three tons of medicines to be distributed by Order of Malta International Relief Agency   - - Philippines: Typhoon Haiyan, Order of Malta’s international agency ready to deploy relief   -

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Latest interventions of the Order of Malta in the World

Overview of the Order of Malta in Colombia

Rome, 17/04/2014

Positive results for the Order of Malta’s Colombian Association, which in 2013 and the first months of 2014 has maintained its aid projects for the poor and disadvantaged, continuing its distribution of medicines thanks to the agreement signed with the Bogota government in 2002 under which the Order could import duty-free drugs for the poorer population groups.

Latest interventions of the Order of Malta in the World

International Roma Day The Order of Malta’s Commitment in Eastern Europe

Rome, 08/04/2014

Ratified in 1979 by the United Nations, the International Roma Day is celebrated on 8 April. Numbering between 10 and 12 million people, the Roma are one of Europe’s largest minorities and are often deprived of citizenship. The Sovereign Order of Malta operates in Albania, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia in favour of the Roma minority, mainly facilitating their integration into civil society with a particular emphasis on minors.

Official visit of the President of Liberia to the Sovereign Order of Malta

Rome, 05/04/2014

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf received this morning by Grand Master Fra’ Matthew Festing

The President of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, was received this morning by the Grand Master of the Sovereign Order of Malta, Fra’ Matthew Festing at the Magistral Palace.
In her speech, the Liberian President, winner of the Nobel Prize for Peace in 2001, thanked the Sovereign Order of Malta for its much valued medical and social care support for her west African country.

Rwandan genocide 20th anniversary; the Order of Malta: our duty to remember victims and survivors

Rome, 03/04/2014

In April 1994, members of the Hutu majority in Rwanda organised and implemented the mass slaughter of the Tutsi minority. In just 100 days over 800,000 Tutsi were slaughtered, 10,000 were killed each day, 7 every minute. The genocide was sparked by the death of the Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana, a Hutu, when his plane was shot down above Kigali airport on 6 April 1994. “Today we commemorate the victims of Africa’s largest genocide in modern history and pay tribute to those who survived and still bear the consequences both physical and psychological of such atrocity” says Albrecht Boeselager, Grand Hospitaller of the Sovereign Order of Malta.

Latest interventions of the Order of Malta in the World