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Cologne: On the occasion of World Humanitarian Day, Malteser International looks back on a first half of 2015 that has been marked with a series of…

Erbil/Cologne: In the year or so since the mass exodus of Iraqis from Mosul and the Sinjar Mountains, more than three million people in Iraq have fled…

Yangon/Islamabad/Cologne: The long awaited rainy season has finally arrived, leading to terrible flooding in many countries of South and South East…

Malteser International is educating and empowering the indigenous Wayu people of La Guajira and Magdalena in Colombia to strengthen their resilience…

In collaboration with a local partner, Malteser International is providing flood relief to an initial 300 families especially hard hit by severe…

We are on the verge of a humanitarian and human rights disaster in the Dominican Republic. Two years ago, the Dominican Supreme Court provoked an…

Malteser International is preparing initial flood relief measures for the population of the district of Chitral, in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa…

Kathmandu/Cologne: In the first three months after the severe earthquake which hit Nepal on the 25th April 2015, Malteser International provided…

Juba/Cologne: On the fourth anniversary of the independence of the South Sudan, Malteser International is giving an urgent warning of renewed famine…

Rome/Cologne: World Refugee Day, established ten years ago by the UN General Assembly, will be celebrated on Saturday 20 June 2015. This year, the…

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