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Soberana y Militar Orden Hospitalaria de San Juan de Jerusalén de Rodas y de Malta

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  • Five years since the Haiti earthquake, the Order is still present on the island to provide healthcare and disaster preparedness training

    12/01/2015

    Five years since the Haiti earthquake, the Order is still present on the island to provide healthcare and disaster preparedness training

    Se cumplen 5 años del terremoto de Haití: la Orden de Malta, a través de su organización de ayuda internacional Malteser International, intervino inmediatamente después de producirse el desastre, con un equipo de expertos que participaron en las labores de búsqueda de supervivientes y en la asistencia médica. La Orden de Malta sigue presente en la isla.

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    01/12/2014

    Rosa Maria’s story: After HIV battle, a chance for a new beginning

    The “Save a Child from AIDS” project in Mexico City helps mothers to protect their babies from being infected with the HIV virus. Mothers receive medical counselling, nutritional support and regular check-ups to ensure they continue with antiretroviral treatment, as well as psychosocial support to help them deal with discrimination from their families and society.
    Copyright: Eidolon/Malteser International, December 2010

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    04/11/2014

    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 Hungary. For an intense period of over three months the Service cared for almost 47,000 refugees. To mark 25 years since the event, Fra’ Matthew Festing sent this message to the Charity Service.

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    04/11/2014

    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 a lay religious order of the Catholic Church. Its 13,500 members, 80,000 volunteers and over 25,000 medical personnel are dedicated to caring for people in need. Projects are run across 120 countries, many of which help victims of armed conflicts and natural disasters by providing medical assistance, caring for refugees, and distributing medicines and basic equipment for survival.

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    04/11/2014

    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 of their disabled contemporaries, removing all physical and mental barriers. This year’s camp, taking place in the heart of Holland, is attended by people from 23 countries. The hundreds of special events include a visit to Amsterdam through its canals and to the open-air museum in Arnhem, not to mention games, dancing, competitions and excursions.

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    04/11/2014

    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 of Malta provides medical aid to refugees and displaced persons in Syria, Lebanon and Turkey through the field hospitals and health centres of its Lebanese Association and Malteser International.
    Images courtesy of Malteser International, Andrea Krogmann, Paolo Marchetti

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Soberana y Militar Orden Hospitalaria de San Juan de Jerusalén de Rodas y de Malta

Palacio Magistral, Via Condotti, 68 – Roma – Italia

Tel. +39.06.67581.1 | [email protected]