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Providing effective aid

In 2018, 2 million patients were treated in medical facilities supported by us all over the world.

355,000 people had access to clean drinking water thanks to our projects (2018).



Annual Report 2018

Malteser International's revenues for 2018 set a record at just over €90 million. This figure shows a substantial growth in the scale of our operations over the last year as well as the increasingly high regard that our work enjoys amongst beneficiaries, international organizations and donors. We are delighted to report on a full and exhilarating year in which we reached nearly 2 million vulnerable people around the world, and embarked on the ambitious task of rebuilding homes and communities in Iraq.

Download the annual report from our media library.

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World Refugee Day 2019: Malteser International urges more support for countries hosting refugees

On the occasion of World Refugee Day 2019, Malteser International is urging the international community to do more in helping developing nations respond to refugee situations. According to the United Nations, 85 percent of refugees around the world are being hosted by the poorest countries. “There is a huge imbalance in international support for the world’s displaced people,” says Ingo Radtke, Malteser International’s Secretary General. “Developing countries are shouldering the bulk of the responsibility towards refugees.''

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Malteser International Responds to First Case of Ebola Virus in Uganda

On Tuesday, Uganda's health ministry and the World Health Organization confirmed the first case of the Ebola virus in the country. The ongoing outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has now spread to a neighboring country, confirming our fears of the last months. According to Roland Hansen, Malteser International's Team Leader for Africa, the ultimate goal must now be to prevent further spread and ensure that a catastrophe like the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa never happens again.

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Moments of 2018

From the continued conflict in Syria, the refugee crises in South Sudan, Myanmar and Venezuela, and the earthquakes and tsunamis that hit Indonesia, millions of people around the world were affected by a number of humanitarian crises.

Our aid efforts in 2018 encompassed 28 countries and included the provision of medical care for those in need, support for refugees and displaced persons and much more. Our mission to enable people in need to live in health and dignity will continue even into the future.

We would like to express our heartfelt thanks for your support in 2018!


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