Denisa Augustínová. Foto © Robert Tichý pro Marianne

Denisa Augustínová: Humanitarian law is not working properly

The conflict in Syria has completely changed humanitarian ethics. At one time a cross on an ambulance meant that none would attack, but today we would immediately become a target. >>

We're building hospitals with BUBO

In Cambodia, the first joint MAGNA/BUBO centre is being established. It will be particularly helping children and women who are victims of rape or HIV infected. >>

MAGNA :: PF 2018

You probably wouldn't appreciate this food on your Christmas menu. But with help of this food, you saved many children from Cambodia and other regions that suffer from hunger. >>

Humanitarian Organisation MAGNA launches experiment in Slovakia and Czech Republic

What would you do if you found an amount in your bank account, of just a few Euros? This is what happened in November to hundreds of companies based in Slovakia and... >>

Photos often say more than words

The Czech Press Photo’s 2017 Picture of the Year has been won by a photograph taken by Martin Bandžák, founder of humanitarian organization MAGNA. >>

A day with MAGNA mobile clinic in the field.

MAGNA in Lebanon runs a mobile clinic providing health care to children from Syria in 8 camps. We treat 75 to 100 patients daily. See how one day with MAGNA looks like out in the field. >>

My Child Campaign Wins Two Awards for Most Effective Advertising

My Child, a virtual exhibition appearing in Facebook on 20 June as part of World Refugee Day garners two golden Effies. >>

MAGNA is bringing attention to World Food Day. It is opening three new nutrition centres in South Sudan.

8,400 packages of therapeutic food each month is given out by medical staff of the Slovakian humanitarian organisation MAGNA in South Sudan for children with acute malnutrition. >>

Lebanon seen through Lucia’s eyes

Lucia, MAGNA’s executive director in the Czech Republic, tagged along with Martin Bandžák to Lebanon, where MAGNA is treating Syrian children and their families in temporary refugee camps, to find out how funds raised from Slovaks and Czechs is helping directly in the field. >>

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. >>

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