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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.
Children as Pioneers in Philippines: Building Resilience in Coastal Slums
Johanniter International Assistance in the Philippines, together with its local partner “Tambayan Center for Children’s Rights” and funding from German Federal Foreign Office, started supporting an urban community by constructing sanitation facilities, as well as capacitating the community on...
Kenya: Water-Trucking to Overcome Prolonged Drought
Johanniter and its local partner organization AICHM started continuous water-trucking to the community of Nasinyono in April, where both organizations already have maintained project activities for the past six years to improve food security and livelihood.
Economic Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities: Lessons Learned from Palestine
In 2016, Johanniter and the Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (BASR) received funding from the BMZ to promote the economic empowerment of persons with disabilities in the West Bank. The findings of our evaluation highlight the importance of such comprehensive approach.
Putting People First – Community Engagement in Humanitarian Practice
P-FIM is a cost effective and efficient way to ensure that humanitarian response is timely, relevant and appropriate, where communities play their rightful role and the dignity and ability of people affected by a crisis is respected and integrated. It greatly strengthens local communities, local...
Zimbabwe: Cash Transfer Project responds to El Niño Drought
Food and nutrition security remain fragile in Zimbabwe due to an El Niño-induced drought. As a response, Johanniter and local partner NGO Christian Care are implementing until March 2017 a cash transfer project in Manicaland province of Zimbabwe.
Together with its partner organisation Jordan Health Aid Society Internatioal (JHASi), Johanniter immunised more than 90,000 children in Syria against polio in 2014 and 2015. Cases of polio had first re-occurred in the country in late 2013.