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Newsletter highlights the work of women around the Order

On Mothering Sunday this special edition showcases their activities to support those in need

London, 22 March 2020

Across the world, the Order of Malta runs projects to help the vulnerable. Many of them are inspired and organised by the women who work in and around the organisation.. 

To read about a selection of their works, national and international, click on Hospitaller Spring 2020

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