PROJECT IN THREE CONTINENTS
Magna Children at Risk (MAGNA) provides medical and social aid to people in need in three continents. Every year beside reacting on humanitarian disasters and rendering primary medical care, we open long-term projects aimed at helping the people to whom their own community or non-functioning government cannot provide adequate medical care. The projects are focused on treatment and care about people afflicted by diseases such as HIV/AIDS, acute malnutrition, tuberculosis, cholera, malaria and other.
Zuzana Barciová, Magna nurse during operation in Haiti devastated by earthquake. The team of doctors of Magna Children at risk worked in Haitian Community Hospital in the capital Port-au-Prince. © by Martin Bandžák
Magna Children at Risk (MAGNA) sends every year about 20 of its workers, who side by side with 350 local workers assist and help people in need. We renovate hospitals and medical centers.
- rehabilitation of hospitals and health centers
- we fight against epidemics
- carry out vaccination campaigns
- perform emergency surgeries
- operate nutrition centers for undernourished children
- treat HIV/AIDS patients
- provide therapeutic care for orphans and children of the street
- build wells and latrines
- provide drinking water
MEDICAL AND MATERIAL AID
Our teams provide medical aid (consultations with a physician, hospital care, nutrition care, vaccination, surgeries, obstetrics and care about newborn babies, therapeutic care) and material aid (medicines, food, shelters etc.). If necessary, we reconstruct or build medical establishments.