Syria: 10 years in war

WE PROVIDE HEALTH CARE FOR CHILDREN IN REGIONS HIT BY EPIDEMICS, CONFLICTS AND DISASTERS.

Direct, transparent and professional medical assistance

How do we do it?

We’re right there

We’re committed to ensuring our assistance reaches those for whom it was intended. We operate directly on site, and our staff have access to hospitals and crisis areas to assess independently what specific assistance is needed.

Transparency

Your donations pay for hundreds of thousands of consultations, treatments, and vaccinations every year. We respond effectively - 95% of your donations are spent directly on treating children in MAGNA hospitals.

Our help is direct

Our projects are run by us, without intermediaries. We manage the aid personally, and are able to respond rapidly to emergencies. Our staff and other professionals are right in the field.

Patient first

Our main priority is to provide medical assistance to victims of epidemics, conflicts, and natural disasters. We also develop innovative health projects helping people. Patient is always first.

Cambodia. 2004. MAGNA HIV/AIDS clinic in Phnom Penh. © Martin Bandžák/MAGNA

Testimony

The Forgotten Voices

If we witness extreme violence against individuals or groups, we talk about it publicly. What guides this decision is always our mission: to alleviate suffering, protect life, and honour fundamental human rights.

202 000

outpatient consultations

2 570

assisted births

5 725

malnourished children in nutrition programs

Where we operate

We provide medical assistance where it’s most necessary

We’re saving children's lives directly by the world’s largest humanitarian disasters, such as Syria and South Sudan. Find out more about our work in the countries where we operate.

Latest News

News, reports and photos from the field

1.12.2020 | News

MAGNA fights HIV / AIDS, an epidemic that still exists, even though it is not in the spotlight anymore

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Lebanon. We are providing medical aid here and now.

21.7.2020 | News

MAGNA HAS NOT FORGOTTEN PEOPLE AFFECTED BY THE CONFLICT IN UKRAINE

21.4.2020 | News

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Every year your donations cover thousands of treatments and vaccinations.

How are your donations used
95%
medical projects

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