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Every life matters.

We provide life-saving aid and medical care to the world’s most vulnerable migrant communities.

Welcome to MOAS

MOAS is an international humanitarian organisation dedicated to providing aid and emergency medical relief to refugees and migrants around the world. Since our inception, MOAS has reached over 100,000 children, women and men through our programs in the field.

Founded in 2013 in response to the Mediterranean maritime migration phenomenon, today MOAS is working in Bangladesh to provide emergency medical care and assistance to Rohingya refugees fleeing from violence and persecution in Myanmar.

Our mission

No one should have to risk their life to reach safety: that’s why MOAS provides aid and assistance to the world’s most vulnerable migrant communities.


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News & Updates

1st August 2019 MOAS is proud to announce that, with the support of our donors and partners, we have shipped 27 tonnes of vital nutrition supplements to the port of Aden,...

We are incredibly proud to announce that Rohingya community volunteers trained by MOAS have rescued an 11-year old boy using the skills and equipment acquired thanks to our team in...

Yesterday afternoon, on Tuesday 9th April, MOAS launched a relief mission, delivering supplies to the Alan Kurdi rescue vessel, belonging to the German NGO Sea-Eye. The ship has been stranded...

MOAS Magazine

We are proud to share the first two editions of the MOAS Magazine, in which we celebrate all of MOAS’ achievements and challenges throughout 2017 and 2018, highlighting key operational milestones, important events and giving an insight into some of our decisions and reflections on the year.


Where does your money go?

MOAS strives to draw the shortest line possible between funds received and program delivery. To this end, we keep administration costs to a bare minimum.

Our network of fundraisers work around the world to make our mission possible. Without your donations, we could not continue to save lives. If you are interested in supporting this effort, join us.