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. >>

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). >>

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. >>

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. >>

Cambodia is helping people with HIV/AIDS by using the MAGNA model

Over 36.7 million people in the world suffer from HIV/AIDS. According to the strategy of the World Health Organisation (WHO), the world should defeat the AIDS epidemic by 2030. >>

MAGNA: We know how to save lives of children

1 in 13 children on our planet suffer from hunger. MAGNA helped to fight malnutrition since its establishment in 2001. Now you can join us. >>

MAGNA treated more than 4,000 patients in Syria directly in the besieged territories

MAGNA operates a mobile clinic in Syria in a besieged area north of the city of Homs, which covers an area with a 43 km radius and a population of 200 thousand. >>

MAGNA: Help to victims of sexual violence in conflict must be part of health care provision

MAGNA believes Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) is a medical emergency. We strive to make comprehensive health care available for survivors of sexual violence. >>

MAGNA supplies health centres and mobile clinic with medicines

The worsened safety situation complicates the humanitarian aid delivery, because people are afraid to go out to streets. >>

First year after earthquake in Nepal: We helped to restore medical aid and life of local communities

Today we commemorate first year after devastating earthquake in Nepal. On 25th April, one year ago, Nepal was hit by earthquake of magnitude 7.8, just northwest of Kathmandu. >>

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