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St John’s Day Grant Awards 2023

St John’s Day Grant Awards 2023

This St John's Day, 34 grants have been awarded supporting the reach and impact of the Order of Malta's work across the globe, providing education, food and medical care for some of the world's most vulnerable. Medication Supplies for Healthcare Clinics, El Salvador...

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Roma Brochure: Ten Years of Presence

The Fund has produced a new brochure to celebrate ten years of His Excellency Franz Salm-Reifferscheidt's work as the Order of Malta's Ambassador at Large for the Roma People. Scroll down or click the link to view.   [embeddoc...

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Ukraine: One Year of Vital Support

The 24th of February marks the one year anniversary of the beginning of the war in Ukraine. As the spotlight begins to shift away from this protracted crisis, the Order of Malta is launching a worldwide fundraising campaign in solidarity with our colleagues in Ukraine...

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Fund’s film wins award at FilmAt Festival 2022

In 2022, the Global Fund for Forgotten People released a three-minute film to help viewers understand how the Order of Malta serves the world’s neediest. The film was submitted by the Polish Embassy of the Order of Malta to the international FilmAt Festival...

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Christmas Grant Awards 2022

This Christmas grants round, which marks the Fund's ten year anniversary, 32 grants have been awarded to 21 entities of the Order in 21 countries. Each of these works will greatly impact the lives of the world's most vulnerable.Nutritional Education for Young Mothers,...

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A Decade of Support for Ukraine

In 1993 the Ukrainian Relief Service of the Order of Malta started working in Lviv, closely followed by branches in Ivano-Frankivsk, Beregovo, Mukachevo and Kyiv. The work predominately supported low-income families and elderly people through soup kitchens, as well as...

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10 months ago

Next weekend is the Order of Malta’s 63rd annual pilgrimage to Lourdes.

We wish all our friends and partners in attendance a happy and holy time.

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10 months ago

“This project gives me hope and the I have found the family that had been missing for so many years.”

Davud lives alone and receives no support from his family. Due to health issues, he struggles to walk. The staff and volunteers at the Order of Malta’s “Old is Gold” centre in Albania help Davud with hospital appointments, medication and hot meals.

The centre provides daily support and social interaction for over 1,000 isolated elderly people.

As well as basic health care and access to social workers, the centre offers food and hot drinks, a chance to meet friends, read the newspaper and play cards, dominos or chess, creating a sense of friendship and community for many who would otherwise have no one to speak to.

To learn more about the Order of Malta’s approach to elderly care, follow this link: www.forgottenpeople.org/elderly-analysis-report/

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The infant mortality rate in Northwest Benin is 16 times higher than in the UK. The population is growing and medical resources are limited.

The Order of Malta France hospital ensures women and children can access affordable high quality medical care and carries out over 13,000 mother and child related consultations and 4,000 safe deliveries a year.

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11 months ago

Order of Malta projects promote cultural activities for Roma communities to encourage integration and participation in education.

The Order of Malta in Romania has established a centre which offers horse riding for Roma children who attend their afterschool programme.

Denes, 17, is now a triple national champion: “I have a dream - to be the European vaulting champion but also to help other children fulfil their dreams, just as Valea Crisului helped me fulfil mine.”

Read our new brochure on the Order of Malta’s work with Roma communities across Europe: www.forgottenpeople.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/06-Order-of-Malta-Roma-Brochure_EMAIL.pdf

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A Happy and Holy Easter to all our friends and followers!

Thank you to Malteser Albania for this lovely photo of children at their after-school club hunting for Easter eggs.

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