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World Maritime Day is an annual celebration founded by the United Nations (UN) in collaboration with the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) to acknowledge the contribution of the maritime industry to...

MOAS has recently launched the Family Hosting Project, an innovative initiative through which families residing in Malta can welcome migrants into their homes. The pilot project was initiated by MOAS to...

Fire risks represent a clear and present danger to refugee and displaced persons and emergency operations worldwide. Together with monsoon flooding, fires are one of the most dangerous/deadly threats to...

There are so many reasons that people may choose to engage in charity on a day-to-day basis. You might feel particularly connected to a cause through your personal life, or...

The 25th August is known as ‘Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day.’ This sobering day is often met with silent prayers in the Rohingya refugee camps across Cox’s Bazar – with the...

On August 25th, 2014, as MOAS’ Search and Rescue ship left Malta's Grand Harbour port, the first mission of our humanitarian organisation began. Our hope was to rescue refugees and...

https://audioboom.com/posts/7925343-the-impact-of-monsoon-season-on-the-refugee-camps-in-bangladesh-an-interview-with-dan-graham MOAS: Welcome to our MOAS podcast! Today we are speaking with Dan Graham about the impact of the monsoon season on refugee camps in Bangladesh. Dan is MOAS’ programme coordinator and...

  On the World Humanitarian Day, which is celebrated every year on 19th August, this week’s blog is focusing on MOAS’ #MissionOfHope in Yemen, where – in the past 7 years...

International Youth Day was established by the United Nations General Assembly in December 1999 and it is celebrated annually on August 12th. This day is an extremely important occasion to...

Welcome to our MOAS podcast. Today we are speaking with Lord Alf Dubs about Safe and Legal Routes. He was one of the Czech children rescued from the Nazi regime...