miércoles, 3 de julio de 2013

La obra hospitalaria de la Orden de Malta

June 2013
Dear friends of Malteser International,
This June, we have watched several projects, big and small, come to fruition. Two years and three months after the Japan earthquake, we joined Sister Caelina and "her" children in celebration at the opening of the new children’s home – a model project for the reconstruction of northern Japan. We saw a crucial health project at the Syrian-Turkish border come into being that will provide vital support to the region’s health care system in treating the war injured and sick refugees. Our Annual Report 2012 is also hot off the press – and we are proud to present it to you with this edition. Last but not least, we were also given the task to coordinate recovery efforts after the devastating floods in Germany. We will keep you informed about these efforts on our website. Thank you for your support!

Excited laughter, shining eyes at home opening
Two years and three months after the devastating earthquake in Japan, the children’s home Fujinosono in Ichinoseki opens the doors of its new building, whose construction was managed and supported by Malteser International. At the ribbon-cutting ceremony, the children gave testimonies and expressed their joy. >>Read more about the new Fujinosono children's home in Ichinoseki
India/Nepal: Deadly monsoon floods
Emergency medical care and clean water for flood victims
The heaviest monsoon rains in the last 80 years hit the Indian state of Uttarakhand with devastating effects. Floods also swept villages across the border in Nepal. We are helping the population with health care and clean water. >>more
Syria crisis
Mobile clinic for war injured on Turkish border
Malteser International is opening an in-patient mobile clinic for Syrians injured in war and refugees just 5 kilometers from the Syrian border in the Turkish city of Kilis. It will be located near the grounds of Kilis’ public hospital. >>more
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