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Diocesan Youth Day

The Diocesan Youth Day was held on 8 of April in Razma and Malteser Albania had an important role in its organization. 1000 young Catholics from Shkodra Diocese took part.
A part of the Civil Protection Structures of Malteser Albania led by Mr. Aleks Rudaj (Volunteer of MA, Manager of Logistical Structures in the C.P, MNSH), built a small camping on Friday afternoon which would be used for night accommodation, training and refresh of knowledge in some Civil Protection topics and the support of the whole activity.
 The volunteers of MA were divided in working groups with their given duties.
•    Medical Service Group
The Ambulance was in disposition offering medical service in three cases.
•    Security Group
This group was engaged in the tranquillity and the participants’ security.
Kitchen Group
The guys of this group offered people hamburgers, sandwiches, refreshments etc.
A part of the income will be used to buy necessary medicines for the Medical Assistance Program, implied in Roma Community. This program is implemented by MA for more than 6 years. The rest will support other youth volunteer activities of Malteser Albania.
20 volunteers worked directly in the successful realization of this activity.
Two staff members were present but also many volunteer participants.
The activity ended at 03.00 p.m and after bringing together camping’s equipment the motorcade of MA went back to the Center.
This activity was greeted by the Archbishop and Shkodra Vicar who thanked the work of Malteser Albania.
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Station of the Cross

station2006On March 11th, 2006, the “Station of the Cross”, an important activity of the Catholic Church was held. It is the 3rd time that Malteser, in cooperation with the Church Group (Teacher where do you live) organizes and manages it successfully, so this has proved to be an excellent collaboration.
Malteser Albania had a very important role in this organisation and progress.
The activity started from “Our Lady of Good Council” shrine” at 09.30 and the procession started near the “Village of Peace” to the top of “Mountain Tarabosh”.
Malteser Group helped people to pass through the Buna Bridge, sound and safe. The number of the pilgrims was nearly 1500-2000. Even though it was a rainy day, they were very devoted and happy to be there.
15 volunteers and 5 staff members of Malteser worked directly in the organization of the activity. Each of them had a given specific task. There were also many other volunteers who were pilgrims.
The working group was divided in two parts and had their pre-assigned roles:
- the security group (or the accompanying one)
- the kitchen group
1- The security- The volunteers accompanied the faithful on the sides of the road, so that they could be in a row.
2- The Ambulance Car was on the alert during the procession.
3- The kitchen car had ready-made sandwiches and refreshments as well. Everything prepared was sold.
The Malteser volunteers prayed the 13th stop of the Station.
Malteser volunteers and staff were of great help in the management of this significant and particular activity.
The whole activity went on perfectly and finished at about 02.00 p.m.
 

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