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First Retinal Research Laboratory Opened in Palestine
The new laboratory is part of a three-year project entitled ‘Peace for Sight’, sponsored by the “EU Peacebuilding Initiative” in partnership with Johanniter and Hadassah Medical Center. It aims to provide better diagnosis and treatment of inherited retinal disease across Palestine.
Cambodia: EU-Delegates Have Visited Projects of Johanniter
On the 13th of February, Johanniter and our partner Save Cambodia’s Wild Life welcomed a group of 13 EU delegates from the embassies of the United Kingdom, France, Sweden, Czech Republic, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Finland, Belgium and Poland to visit our joint projects in Kratie and Stung Treng...
Afghanistan: “Need for Food and Wood” in Settlements of Kabul
Kabul is surrounded by dozens of informal settlements. According to estimates, they host about 65,000 people, who came from different parts of the country in search of safety and better living conditions. Johanniter supports them with health services.
Colombia: Indigenous Peoples Feel FARC Power Vacuum
Indigenous people in Colombia suffered greatly during years of armed conflict between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. But since last year's peace agreement, some things have gotten worse.
Kenya: School Feeding Program Keeps Children in School
In order to improve food security during the prolonged drought in West Turkana, AICHM in partnership with Johanniter has set up a food intervention program targeting affected children of ages five to fourteen who were excluded from other humanitarian food based responses.
Iraq: Medical Health Services for Displaced Persons
Johanniter started in spring its support to the “Jiyan Foundation for Human Rights” in establishing a new Health Centre in Alqosh in Iraq, with focus on emergency trauma care and psychosocial support. After this first successful intervention, we are planning to continue our presence in Iraq.
One major focus of Johanniter‘s domestic and international work in 2016 was providing support for refugees and displaced people. 527.000 of them received relief goods, food, psychosocial support and medical care in different countries.
Kenya: Nutrition Situation Deteriorating – 73000 Children at Risk of Dying
In a joint press release Johanniter and other NGOs are warning that nearly 73000 children in Kenya are severely malnourished and at risk of dying from drought-related hunger. A SMART Survey compiled by the Kenyan Ministry of Health as well as the UN and non-governmental organisations shows critical...
Johanniter Classified as First WHO Mobile Emergency Medical Team Worldwide
Johanniter International Assistance was successfully classified as Emergency Medical Team 1 mobile (EMT 1 mobile) by the World Health Organization (WHO). Johanniter is the first team worldwide in this category and also the first non-governmental organization having passed this process.