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Cologne/Nairobi. 120 people have lost their lives in recent weeks due to the severe storms in Kenya. After months of drought, El Niño caused heavy...

How can humanitarian assistance be more people-centered and efficient? From November 19 -21 more than 80 humanitarian frontline workers from six...

Port au Prince. Humanitarian organisations in Haiti express their concern over the scale of the food crisis that has been confirmed by the publication...

Cologne/Idlib. On Wednesday, Kafr Nobl Surgical Hospital, supported by Malteser International and run by Hand in Hand for Aid and Development in Idlib...

Marsh Habour, Bahamas. Following Hurricane Dorian’s catastrophic destruction in the Bahamas, a Malteser International team has arrived in the country...

Malteser International is preparing to support emergency relief measures for people affected by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. The United Nations...

Impact Business Solutions Foundations (IBSF), a Ugandan social enterprise opened a new facility for the production of environmentally friendly straw...

The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Ebola crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo a “public health emergency of international...

Malteser International extends its heartfelt congratulations to its Chaplain and Bishop of Troyes, Monseigneur (Msgr.) Marc Stenger on his election as...

On the occasion of World Refugee Day 2019, Malteser International is urging the international community to do more in helping developing nations...

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