Project Update

MAGNA is starting a new program to treat child malnutrition in Democratic Republic of Congo

MAGNA is launching a project in the area of Iboko and Nsele in the northeast of Congo to treat and prevent child malnourishment in 46 healthcare facilities.

31.1.2018 | Project Update, Cambodia

We’re building hospitals with BUBO

In Cambodia, the first joint MAGNA/BUBO centre is being established. It will be particularly helping children and women who are victims of rape or HIV infected.

MAGNA is bringing attention to World Food Day. It is opening three new nutrition centres in South Sudan.

8,400 packages of therapeutic food each month is given out by medical staff of the Slovakian humanitarian organisation MAGNA in South Sudan for children with acute malnutrition.

Humanitarian aid from Slovakia is directed towards 3 Syrian hospitals where organisation MAGNA currently operates

Currently, the situation is somewhat chaotic here. Last night the massacres and bombarding in the eastern part of Aleppo paused but the ceasefire has been violated since this afternoon.

MAGNA supplies health centres and mobile clinic with medicines

The worsened safety situation complicates the humanitarian aid delivery, because people are afraid to go out to streets.

First year after earthquake in Nepal: We helped to restore medical aid and life of local communities

Today we commemorate first year after devastating earthquake in Nepal. On 25th April, one year ago, Nepal was hit by earthquake of magnitude 7.8, just northwest of Kathmandu.

1st Virtual Exhibition – My Child – Already helping in the field

The 1st virtual exhibition of photographs, called My Child (Moje dieťa), has already been helping in the field. On the first day alone, more than 15 thousand people visited the website and 627 donors got involved.

DR Congo: MAGNA helps the newborns with low birth weight to survive

Premature babies with low birth weight have in DR Congo little chance to survive. MAGNA assists in safe baby delivery and motivates mothers to breast feeding.

Meningitis is deadly disease in South Sudan. MAGNA saves the children by vaccination.

In South Sudan in camp of internally displaced people in Juba MAGNA has vaccinated children and young people against meningitis in March 2016 with 97% coverage.

South Sudan: Bacteria of tetani endangers mothers and newborns. MAGNA ensures vaccination and thus saves lives

Bacteria tetani is one of the reason why many newborns die in South Sudan. MAGNA delivers complete vaccination to children, pregnant mothers and women in childbearing age.

MAGNA is starting a new program to treat child malnutrition in Democratic Republic of Congo

MAGNA is launching a project in the area of Iboko and Nsele in the northeast of Congo to treat and prevent child malnourishment in 46 healthcare facilities.

31.1.2018 | Project Update, Cambodia

We’re building hospitals with BUBO

In Cambodia, the first joint MAGNA/BUBO centre is being established. It will be particularly helping children and women who are victims of rape or HIV infected.

MAGNA is bringing attention to World Food Day. It is opening three new nutrition centres in South Sudan.

8,400 packages of therapeutic food each month is given out by medical staff of the Slovakian humanitarian organisation MAGNA in South Sudan for children with acute malnutrition.

1st Virtual Exhibition – My Child – Already helping in the field

The 1st virtual exhibition of photographs, called My Child (Moje dieťa), has already been helping in the field. On the first day alone, more than 15 thousand people visited the website and 627 donors got involved.

Humanitarian aid from Slovakia is directed towards 3 Syrian hospitals where organisation MAGNA currently operates

Currently, the situation is somewhat chaotic here. Last night the massacres and bombarding in the eastern part of Aleppo paused but the ceasefire has been violated since this afternoon.

DR Congo: MAGNA helps the newborns with low birth weight to survive

Premature babies with low birth weight have in DR Congo little chance to survive. MAGNA assists in safe baby delivery and motivates mothers to breast feeding.

MAGNA supplies health centres and mobile clinic with medicines

The worsened safety situation complicates the humanitarian aid delivery, because people are afraid to go out to streets.

Meningitis is deadly disease in South Sudan. MAGNA saves the children by vaccination.

In South Sudan in camp of internally displaced people in Juba MAGNA has vaccinated children and young people against meningitis in March 2016 with 97% coverage.

First year after earthquake in Nepal: We helped to restore medical aid and life of local communities

Today we commemorate first year after devastating earthquake in Nepal. On 25th April, one year ago, Nepal was hit by earthquake of magnitude 7.8, just northwest of Kathmandu.

South Sudan: Bacteria of tetani endangers mothers and newborns. MAGNA ensures vaccination and thus saves lives

Bacteria tetani is one of the reason why many newborns die in South Sudan. MAGNA delivers complete vaccination to children, pregnant mothers and women in childbearing age.

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