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It’s been a busy year for MOAS with 2019 seeing us expand our humanitarian operations.. Our operations this year have been diverse -  from delivering water safety training in the Rohingya...

We here at MOAS have been busy this year. This photo blog looks at some of our projects that have been ongoing throughout 2019. We conducted water safety and flood/ cyclone...

  With the arrival of Christmas and the festive season we honor the birth of the child Jesus and renew a message of love, hope, brotherhood and acceptance that reaches out...

MOAS has been participating in Giving Tuesday, an online fundraising event originating in the USA as a response to the consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, since 2015. Our...

As we draw ever closer to Giving Tuesday, we wanted to take a moment to consider what the day is and what it means, and how you can help us...

Mohamad Ali 'Dali' Agrebi is a 25-year-old Tunisian theatre artist currently studying art at the University of Malta. His partner is 30-year-old professional contemporary dancer and choreographer - Chakib Zidi,...

As we approach the giving season here at MOAS we want to document the perspectives of those people whose lives have been irrevocably disrupted by crisis, yet who choose to...

  Check out the latest MOAS podcast focusing on operations in Yemen.   Hello  Hi and welcome to latest MOAS podcast where we'll be talking about MOAS's operations in Yemen. We'll also be speaking to...

Since 2015, when we started to focus on Rohingya refugees, we listened to their testimonies, first in Myanmar and then in Bangladesh. The Rohingya, a stateless Muslim minority, have been...

At a relatively short distance from Europe, Libya has for some time served as a transit country for migrants, some of whom intend to cross the Mediterranean and enter the...