Libanon | MAGNA physician Mohamed during the visit by one of the families, that lives in Baalbeck area in Libanon. © Martin Bandžák / MAGNA

1st Virtual Exhibition - My Child - Already helping in the field

The 1st virtual exhibition of photographs, called My Child (Moje dieťa), has already been helping in the field. On the first day alone, more than 15 thousand people visited the website and 627 donors got involved. >>

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. >>

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). >>

Syrian chemical attack victims receiving aid also from Slovaks

Syrian doctors missing critical instruments and devices; humanitarian organisation aid worker DENISA AUGUSTÍNOVÁ replies to questions from SME.sk. >>

They eat leaves and wild fruit but they don't want to escape to Europe

South Sudan: "The situation continues to deteriorate," said Denisa Augustínová of MAGNA, an organization that helps people in S. Sudan, where almost half of the population is starving. >>

South Sudan: Malnutrition is an everyday issue throughout the country, mothers are looking for a family meal in the bushes

Mother of 8 months old girl gives to her a good bye kiss, hands her to grandmother, turns around and leaves. The baby girl is sick, emaciated and needs her to be there at all times. >>

5 million malnourished people in South Sudan need your help

OSN has formally declared the state of famine in two regions. It warns that about 100,000 people are facing starvation there, and 4.9mil. are in urgent need of highly nutritious food. >>

We can help only with your help

MAGNA has been providing aid in crisis areas of the world for 15 years. How did our work look in numbers during 2016? Why is the help we give on the ground every day important? >>

Help Aleppo

You can help the victims of the fighting in Aleppo by sending a €5 SMS to 836 or contribute online >>

Humanitarian aid from Slovakia is directed towards 3 Syrian hospitals where organisation MAGNA currently operates

Currently, the situation is somewhat chaotic here. Last night the massacres and bombarding in the eastern part of Aleppo paused but the ceasefire has been violated since this afternoon. >>

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