The Dignity Loan Program, Palestine, Representative Office of the Sovereign Order of Malta in Palestine

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The Dignity Loan Program provides interest-free recyclable loans to individuals and cooperative projects that have the ability to increase income, create jobs and serve the community in the Salfit, Tulkarem and Qalqilia governorates on the West Bank, Palestine. There are currently 27 active loan recipients and five participants whom have finished their loan payments. The […]

Humanitarian Support for Street Children, South Sudan, Malteser International

The project aims to improve and expand the services offered at the Young at Risk Daily Care Centre run by Don Bosco in Wau. The centre provides street children with at least one meal per day, basic medical care, as well as educational and recreational activities supervised by one social worker. The project also supports […]

Emergency Medical Care for Migrants, Germany, German Relief Service

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This project will provide primary health care for people without health insurance and residence permits, and will provide care for pregnant women within this target group, assisting with their delivery. The grant will enable the German Relief Service to run mobile and stationary clinics to offer basic and emergency healthcare, as well as offering legal […]

Wallia Health Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Chad, French Association


The Wallia Health Centre provides health care to the population of N’Djamena, giving special care to mothers and children in the maternal and infant protection program. The center offers vaccinations against aggressive and deadly diseases, such as polio and tuberculosis. A grant will allow the centre to extend their vaccination area and create a more […]

Educational Support for the Poor, Romania, Romanian Relief Service


This afterschool project provides educational support and develops social skills for 20 children. The children are, mostly, from the Roma community, from single parent families or being cared for by their grandparents or relative, many of their parents are in prison or have a serious addiction problem. The families of the children are offered information […]

Medical Assistance for Migrants, Italy, Grand Magistry of the Sovereign Order of Malta


The Order of Malta’s Medical Centre provides free health care to the poor and needy in Rome. The centre also provides care for migrants who are not able to seek medical assistance at other health clinics. As well as health care, migrants receive social assistance and education in reducing the impact of infectious diseases.

Order of Malta Oakland Clinic of Northern California, USA, Western Association

The Oakland Clinic provides free basic health care, including related lab tests, imaging and prescriptions to individuals who have no private or public health insurance. The grant will contribute towards the operating costs of the clinic, enable the replacement of old medical equipment, and help develop a range of services and increased hours to meet […]

First Aid training courses, Ukraine, Ukrainian Relief Service

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The Ukrainian Relief Service run First Aid courses with 20 instructors and teach basic Life Support courses. This grant will provide renovations to the training room to enable larger groups to participate, purchase modern multimedia equipment to aid training and create study groups for First Aid.

Dental unit, San Vincent de Paul Clinic, El Salvador, Salvadorian Association

The clinic of San Vincent de Paul has been providing basic health care to the population of Santa Tecla since 1975. The grant will enable the clinic to provide dental care to children and adults by installing a dental unit with specialist equipment. The project will focus on promoting dental hygiene and improving dental health.

Clinica Don Bosco – Caballeros de Malta, Panama, Panamanian Association

The Clinica Don Bosco provides medical assistance to low-income families lacking health insurance and social security benefits. Between 2014 and 2015 the clinic attended to over 2,000 patients. The grant will allow the clinic to increase the medical services being given.