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Since the end of 2018, MOAS has been working hard to provide aid to Yemeni communities living amidst the unrest of a country torn apart by civil war. In 2019,...

Latest data predicts that by 2030 rising sea levels will flood densely populated areas of Cox’s Bazar, including refugee camps and the newly constructed airport.Rising sea‐levels is one of the...

 © UN WomenInternational Women’s Day is celebrated across the world every year to celebrate women’s achievements, to call for gender equality and to advocate for women’s rights in an...

In 2019 there was one news story which seemingly dominated international headlines over all others: Climate Change. From witnessing the devastating destruction of fires throughout the Amazon and Australia, to...

As highlighted by the Global Humanitarian Overview, 2019 was a year of climatic shocks, unexpected spread of infectious disease, and human needs driven to unprecedented levels by protracted and intensifying conflicts. Therefore,...

The start of a new year brings with it new possibilities – but also presents challenges. This latest MOAS blog will be exploring some of the projected trends and changes...

For most of us access to food and nutrition is something that takes up very little time, and many in the ‘developed’ world may be more focussed on restricting our...

With the festive season in full swing food often becomes a central part of many of our lives this month. So, for this week we are exploring positive stories of...

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...