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#CycloneAmphan hit Bangladesh on 18th -19th of May, therefore it is crucial that we reflect on the importance of providing skills training in flood and water safety so as to...

WHAT DO WE MEAN BY SAFE AND LEGAL ROUTES? The tragedies we often witness in the Mediterranean of the avoidable drownings of children, women and men trying to reach the safe shores in Europe only serve to highlight the need for the implementation and expansion of safe and...

Image: UNHCR: Hugh MacleodIntroductionFor almost three decades now Somalia has been ravaged by ongoing conflict and political instability, along with an abundance of natural disasters such as drought...

As billions of people around the world are adapting to changes and restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, we at MOAS are also adapting our operations and programming to cope...

Together with volunteers and tailors around the world MOAS has already made over 60,000 washable masks for vulnerable refugee and host communities. Now we are calling on you- our global...

As you may know, MOAS participates annually in Giving Tuesday, a day of charitable giving scheduled on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving as part of a global initiative to encourage people...

April is well known to often be one of the busiest months for migrant crossings in the Mediterranean, as the temperatures start to warm and the opportunities to take this...

 At the end of last month, MOAS launched a new COVID-19 humanitarian project in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Bangladesh, which is used to its fair share of natural and humanitarian disasters,...

Easter this year will be different for everyone due to the tense atmosphere surrounding coronavirus and the ways in which most of us will be forced to celebrate this year...

On the 7th April each year, World Health Day is celebrated around the globe, and since it was first recognised in 1950, the day has provided an opportunity to raise...