Refugees and Displaced Persons

Lebanon seen through Lucia’s eyes

Lucia, MAGNA’s executive director in the Czech Republic, tagged along with Martin Bandžák to Lebanon, where MAGNA is treating Syrian children and their families in temporary refugee camps, to find out how funds raised from Slovaks and Czechs is helping directly in the field.

MAGNA: Children Waiting for Peace

On the occasion of World Refugee Day, the first virtual exhibition of images highlighting the alarming situation of Syrian refugees has appeared on social networks, under the title of My Child (Moje dieťa).

Among the refugees in Lebanon: Children waiting for peace

Reportage - Slovak newspaper Dennik N: Today we are publishing photographs by Martin Bandžák and a report by Maroš Hečko from Lebanon for the campaign that the humanitarian organisation MAGNA prepared in order to help children in regions of conflict.

„The anesthesia in Syria is being done by lower sanitary workes pursuing instructions,“ says Martin Bandžák.

MAGNA founders have returned from field mapping in countries bordering with Syria. MAGNA is preparing mission directly in Syria and surrounding countries.

MAGNA medical teams treat children in the new refugee camp Slavonski Brod in Croatia

Therefore we reacted on the biggest humanitarian occurrence in the last period – refugee crisis in Europe. Since the beginning of September we have been providing health care of children and their families who are on the run.

After closing the Hungarian borders, humanitarian organization MAGNA moves to Serbia

Slovak humanitarian organization Magna Children at Risk (MAGNA) has taken over the full operation of the UNHCR camp in Hungarian Asotthalom located approximately 30 km from the border crossing in Rözske. Now that the Hungarian borders have closed, MAGNA is maping Serbian routes where it will be relocating its mobile clinic.

Slavonski Brod is always on the move. Help of MAGNA medical team continues.

Even in winter thousands of refugees come to transit center Slavonski Brod. We provide health, psychosocial and nutritional support to children and their families

What does a day on the Hungarian-Serbian border look like

There are crowds of people, and everyone needs treatment. In the morning we treated newborns and infants that were not even three weeks old. Along the rails come hundreds of children and old people. Most of them are injured and severely dehydrated.

Humanitarian organization MAGNA launches help to refugees

Refugees are fleeing war, violence, hunger and death. People can help the refugees through a public collection via SMS to the number 836. With your SMS you will contribute the sum of 5 €, the cost of a hygiene kit for one person.

Lebanon seen through Lucia’s eyes

Lucia, MAGNA’s executive director in the Czech Republic, tagged along with Martin Bandžák to Lebanon, where MAGNA is treating Syrian children and their families in temporary refugee camps, to find out how funds raised from Slovaks and Czechs is helping directly in the field.

MAGNA: Children Waiting for Peace

On the occasion of World Refugee Day, the first virtual exhibition of images highlighting the alarming situation of Syrian refugees has appeared on social networks, under the title of My Child (Moje dieťa).

Among the refugees in Lebanon: Children waiting for peace

Reportage - Slovak newspaper Dennik N: Today we are publishing photographs by Martin Bandžák and a report by Maroš Hečko from Lebanon for the campaign that the humanitarian organisation MAGNA prepared in order to help children in regions of conflict.

„The anesthesia in Syria is being done by lower sanitary workes pursuing instructions,“ says Martin Bandžák.

MAGNA founders have returned from field mapping in countries bordering with Syria. MAGNA is preparing mission directly in Syria and surrounding countries.

Slavonski Brod is always on the move. Help of MAGNA medical team continues.

Even in winter thousands of refugees come to transit center Slavonski Brod. We provide health, psychosocial and nutritional support to children and their families

MAGNA medical teams treat children in the new refugee camp Slavonski Brod in Croatia

Therefore we reacted on the biggest humanitarian occurrence in the last period – refugee crisis in Europe. Since the beginning of September we have been providing health care of children and their families who are on the run.

What does a day on the Hungarian-Serbian border look like

There are crowds of people, and everyone needs treatment. In the morning we treated newborns and infants that were not even three weeks old. Along the rails come hundreds of children and old people. Most of them are injured and severely dehydrated.

After closing the Hungarian borders, humanitarian organization MAGNA moves to Serbia

Slovak humanitarian organization Magna Children at Risk (MAGNA) has taken over the full operation of the UNHCR camp in Hungarian Asotthalom located approximately 30 km from the border crossing in Rözske. Now that the Hungarian borders have closed, MAGNA is maping Serbian routes where it will be relocating its mobile clinic.

Humanitarian organization MAGNA launches help to refugees

Refugees are fleeing war, violence, hunger and death. People can help the refugees through a public collection via SMS to the number 836. With your SMS you will contribute the sum of 5 €, the cost of a hygiene kit for one person.

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