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Message of the President of Lithuania to the Order of Malta

President of Lithuania, Dalia Grybauskaitė, dedicates a message to the Order of Malta’s volunteers active across her country caring for the elderly, disabled and people living in poverty.


Fra‘ Matthew Festing’s message on 25th anniversary of Hungarian Charity Service

On August 14, 1989, the Order of Malta Hungarian Charity Service set up the first refugee camp to deal with the tens of thousands of East German refugees fleeing into…


Modern by Tradition: an introduction to the Order of Malta

Modern by Tradition – an introduction to the Order of Malta. Founded in Jerusalem in the 11th century, the Order of Malta is a sovereign subject of international law and…


Order of Malta International Summer Camp for Young Disabled 2014 – Holland

International Summer Camp for Young Disabled: for thirty-one consecutive years the Order of Malta’s members and volunteers have been getting together for an intense week in which they take care…


Four Years of War in Syria

March 15th 2015 marks the fourth year since the beginning of the uprising in Syria, and a political solution to the crisis continues to be nowhere in sight. The Order…


Malteser International – for a life in health and dignity!

Malteser International is the Order of Malta’s worldwide relief agency. It provides humanitarian aid in all parts of the world without distinction of religion, race or political persuasion.


Lampedusa: the door to the future by the Order of Malta Italian Relief Corps

Lampedusa: the door to the future Medics of the Order of Malta Italian Relief Corps operate on Italian navy vessels, patrolling its SAR ‘Search and Rescue’ region in the Mediterranean…


‚Get Involved‘ by the Irish Association of the Order of Malta

Order of Malta Ireland runs a 4,000-strong volunteer Ambulance Corps which, during the last year, travelled over 300,000 kilometres, transporting over 12,000 patients with over 100,000 volunteer hours of duty….


‚At the gateway of hope‘ by the Italian Relief Corps of the Order of Malta

Since 2008 the Order of Malta’s Italian Relief Corps has rescued and provided medical treatment to thousands of children, women and men passing through the Strait of Sicily to reach…