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Ordre souverain militaire et hospitalier de Saint-Jean de Jérusalem de Rhodes et de Malte

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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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    24/10/2014

    ‘Le Fleuron Saint Jean’ by Ordre de Malte France

    Situé à Asnières-sur-Seine, le Fleuron Saint Michel est un Centre d’Hébergement et de Réinsertion Sociale et Professionnelle. Une trentaine d’hommes en situation précaire sont accueillis à bord et sont accompagnés dans leur recherche d’emploi et de logement. L’objectif est de permettre à ces hommes qui ont souvent connu un parcours de vie difficile de reprendre leur vie en main.

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    ‘Caring with kindness’ by Order of Malta Italy

    Over 90 disabled young people and volunteers participated in the Order of Malta’s Italian summer camp for disabled young people. Two volunteers were allocated to each disabled person to guarantee the best care and attention and to enable newcomers to learn from the more experienced. Federica, at 17 the youngest volunteer in the group, tells us: “I started almost by chance. I was accompanying a friend and I became so involved that I wanted to repeat the experience in future years.”

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  • Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta

    Founded in 1989, the Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta (MMSz) has 5000 regular and 15,000 casual volunteers. Led by Padre Imre Kozma, president of the Charity Service of the Order of Malta, it is now one of the major welfare organisations in the country and trusted partner of Hungarian institutions. It has 350 branches, 130 local volunteer groups, 210 institutes and 1200 employees. The MMSz also works in the civil defence area with its own team to assist victims of natural disasters both in Hungary and abroad. It celebrated its 25th anniversary this year.

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Ordre souverain militaire et hospitalier de Saint-Jean de Jérusalem de Rhodes et de Malte

Palais Magistral, Via Condotti, 68 – Rome – Italie

Tél. +39.06.67581.1 | info@orderofmalta.int