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21 Sep 2017 description
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Cologne/Mexico City. Malteser International is prepared to support relief efforts in Mexico following the devastating earthquake that struck on September 19. A team of volunteers from the local aid service of the Order of Malta has been dispatched to Mexico City to provide urgent rescue and first-aid measures. The magnitude 7.1 earthquake hit central and southern Mexico, killing over 240 people and destroying many buildings, including the headquarters of the Mexican Association of the Order of Malta as well as a school run by its aid service in the country.

09 Nov 2007 description
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Cologne/Villahermosa. Malteser International intensifies its assistance in the flooded Mexican State of Tabasco. After already having delivered seven barrels of relief supplies last week, a second shipment of ten tons of food, hygiene products and livelihood support arrives in the disaster area today. "We distribute food, drinking water, blankets and soap to the victims.

05 Nov 2007 description
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Helpers supply the victims with drinking water, food and medicine

Cologne/ Villahermosa.The international network of the Order of Malta and Malteser International provide 200,000 Dollars for the victims of the floods in the Mexican State of Tabasco. "The dimension of the flood disaster becomes more and more dramatic. After the heavy rainfalls of last week, about 95 percent of the State of Tabascoare flooded", says Ingo Radtke, Secretary General of Malteser International, returning from Mexicotoday. "The situation is worse than described by the media so far.

12 Oct 2005 description
report Malteser

Cologne - In order to support the relief activities of the Associations of the Order of Malta Central America for the victims of floods and landslides, Malteser International provides 50,000 Euro as a first pledge. "Despite the terrible images we have in mind from the Kashmir region we also have to care for the victims of the awful landslides and floods in Central America", states Ingo Radtke, Secretary General of Malteser International.