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. >>

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 >>

From desperation to a new life

"I am 5 times grandma now," says Denisa Augustinova. Still very young to have grandchildren of her own, the co-founder of MAGNA lives in Cambodia among children with HIV/AIDS. >>

A girl who survived

Pheap lives in the MAGNA centre for orphans with HIV/AIDS since 2005. She had 5 years and an advanced stage of HIV/AIDS. If she hadn't have received help she would have died. >>

DRC: Bea and her daughter, victims of rape, were rejected by their husband and father. MAGNA hospital helped them.

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) was nicknamed the capital of sexual violence. Thousands of women, girls and children face it every single day. >>

Two thirds of sexual violence victims in Congo are under the age of 18. MAGNA helps hundreds of them every week.

Sexual violence is often an accompaniment in countries that have been hit by a humanitarian catastrophe or war. MAGNA offers systematic help to victims of sexual violence since 2011. >>

We saved 150 more children in October

Thank you! More than 2,000 MAGNA donors joined the October fight against hunger. The collected sum helped more than 150 children suffering from severe malnutrition. >>

MAGNA in South Sudan: The mission goes on despite the security situation

It is also thanks to the ongoing conflicts that the 75% of the population have no access to medical care. Since January 2014, MAGNA vaccinated 123 322 children and women. >>

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