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Each year as the holiday season approaches, we are all bombarded with messages of consumerism. Signs and billboards, adverts and jingles lay out for us the things we should buy,...

Universal Children's Day was first established and celebrated in 1954. The day is meant to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide and improving children’s welfare. The day offers the...

MOAS is a Malta-based international humanitarian organisation who has recently committed to supporting migrants and refugee communities present on the island by providing assistance for challenges they might face in...

Since 2014, 44,972 people have lost their lives in the process of migration towards an international destination.  At least 18,503 people have died crossing the deadliest route, the Central Mediterranean. It...

Defining climate change According to the UNHCR, climate change is the defining crisis of our times and disaster displacement is one of its most devastating consequences. Along with conflict, political...

In just 10 days, the Taliban swept across Afghanistan after the majority of Afghan security forces had been forced to surrender or flee to neighbouring countries. After securing their first...

On the evening of Friday 12th November, at the Phoenicia Grand Ballroom in Floriana, MOAS is pleased to host its first Fundraising Gala, to celebrate 7 years of tireless efforts to mitigate human suffering and in support...

World Food Day 2021 was celebrated on October 16th and the theme chosen for this year is: ‘Our actions are our future. Better production, better nutrition, a better environment and...

MOAS: Welcome to our MOAS podcast. Today we are speaking with Paul about the importance of disaster risk reduction and fire preparedness in the refugee camps in Bangladesh. Paul is...

With the fast-evolving impacts of climate change, Bangladesh has been frequently facing extreme climatic events, such as erratic rainfall, flooding, drought, sea-level rise, cyclones, and salt-water intrusion. The country often...