Malta International Airport
Malta International Airport

Malta International Airport

Airport malta LQA 4000 Luqa, South Eastern Region, Malta

Malta International Airport welcomes over five million passengers each year and links three continents with over 90 airports directly to Malta. Airport activity at this level makes MIA one of the best connected in its class. In addition, economic activity involving aviation and non-aviation enterprises contributes to more than 15,000 jobs and over 9% of Malta’s GDP. Since opening in 1992, the air terminal has received continuous investment in infrastructure, equipment, personnel, and services. Malta’s airport features two runways and can land any class of commercial aircraft. Malta International Airport’s mission is to operate in a sustainable manner, provide an enjoyable visitor experience, and deliver value to our stakeholders. Values – Our airport guides all of its activities by a set of clearly defined values. MIA believes these are essential to the running of an ethical, efficient, and sustainable business. Our core values—Service Excellence, Integrity, Sustainability, and Teamwork—are deliberate and purposeful choices that complement our overall strategy. Service Excellence – We want our people to provide excellent service to each and every guest at the airport. Malta International Airport aims to be caring and meticulous in everything it does and continually seeks to exceed guest expectations. Integrity – Malta International Airport embraces the highest standards of integrity in all its actions— particularly honesty and commitment. Sustainability – We cherish sustainable strategies that balance community interests, the environment, and Malta International Airport’s economic performance over the long term. Teamwork – We seek to build company success on employee teamwork and collaborate with airport and tourism partners in order to satisfy guests’ needs.

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Richmond Foundation
Richmond Foundation

Richmond Foundation

Santa Venera, Malta

The Foundation was founded by Anthony Guillaumier who, in the 1980s, started becoming aware of the lack of community support for people with mental heath problems. Back then Mr Guillaumier, a businessman, noticed that some of his employees struggled with mental health issues but had no one to turn to. Meanwhile, a close relative of his battled with depression and the stigma surrounding the condition. It was round about that time that he came across an advert of the UK-based Richmond Fellowship, a voluntary sector provider of mental health services, while on a business flight to London. He reached out to the fellowship and the rest is history. Backed by the Maltese government that recognised the gap in services, the Foundation was set up on May 13 1993. Today the Foundation, a registered non-governmental and non-profit making organisation (VO/0017), has established itself as Malta’s leading NGO in the provision of community services for people with mental health problems. It is at the forefront of the promotion of good mental health and the prevention of mental illness amongst the public. Every year hundreds of people with mental health problems and their loved ones make use of our services. This is possible thanks to the dedication and passion of our team, as well as the invaluable contribution of our volunteers and sponsors. Richmond Foundation is a member of the Global Alliance of Mental Illness Advocacy Networks–Europe (GAMIAN-Europe), the European Anti-Poverty Network, the Malta Federations of NGOs and the Malta Health Network.

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Inspire
Inspire

Inspire

Zinzell Street, Wied il-Għajn MSK 4070, Malta

Our Mission Inspire believes that everyone has a right to equality and inclusion. Our mission is to try to help everyone with a disability achieve this. We do this by providing individuals and their families with educational, therapeutic and leisure services. We also advocate for inclusion, educate the general public, raise awareness among peers, and hold the best knowledge base on disability on the island. Our History The Inspire foundation is the result of a merger between Eden Foundation and Razzett Tal-Hbiberija – two leading charities that worked in the field of disability. The two organisations transferred all their resources and employees over to the new foundation, which now provides all the services in a one-stop-shop model avoiding duplication, enhancing service delivery and being more cost effective, leading to long term sustainability and added value. Today Today, Inspire helps hundreds of individuals with various disabilities ranging from Autism, Cerebral Palsy and others. We do this through many services and disability programmes that are offered. Why work with Inspire? At Inspire, we prioritise the mental health and wellbeing of our employees. In addition to a competitive salary, commensurate to experience, we offer the below: - Ten additional days of leave, additional to statutory leave - Private health insurance provided by AXA PPP Healthcare through Atlas Insurance - Free counselling sessions provided by the Richmond Foundation - Study leave - The opportunity to shape and change processes

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