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World Humanitarian Day is celebrated every year on 19th August to honour humanitarian aid workers who work tirelessly in areas of crisis and conflict around the globe. This year, we...

The English Channel is one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world. Maritime traffic and strong currents make the journey particularly dangerous. In November last year, 27 people died...

The World Day Against Trafficking in Persons (30th July) is a global event set up by the UN to raise awareness and increase the prevention of this massive worldwide problem....

The 25th of July marks World Drowning Prevention Day, declared in April 2021 by General Assembly resolution A/RES/75/273. It is a global advocacy event which aims to highlight the tragic...

Migrants often have to undertake perilous journeys in order to reach their arrival country. Each journey is unique, however, those having to undertake these journeys are often exposed to exploitative...

Known as the technology behind cryptocurrencies, Blockchain is gaining momentum in the fields of humanitarian and development aid, and is increasingly being used by humanitarian agencies in their global response,...

In March 2022, MOAS launched its new “Integration Through Education and Integration” project, funded through the Voluntary Organisations Project Scheme (VOPS) managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector....

Imagine that you are a 17 year-old Eritrean boy, sentenced to years in prison for trying to avoid the programme of compulsory and indefinite military service administered by the country's...

Mental Health in Conflict ‘Mental Health’ is an expression we hear almost everyday. It has come to encapsulate a whole spectrum of terms referring to our mental state and capacity....

“We know what happens when we don’t prepare better, we don’t prevent better, and when disaster strikes...