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  Human Trafficking, widely considered one of the gravest violations of human rights, affects tens of thousands of women, men and children every year.   July 30 is World Day against Trafficking in Persons,...

One of MOAS’ main projects is our #MissionOfHope: our famine relief and pharmaceutical aid deliveries to countries in crisis, such as Yemen and Somalia. We have been running this project...

Bangladesh is frequently cited as one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change because of its disadvantageous geographic location; flat and low-lying topography; high population density; high levels of...

The Current Situation An increasing number of asylum seekers and migrants are facing  pushbacks in the Mediterranean, in the last month a record number of individuals were rescued and returned to Libya, with...

As we know, fundraising plays a vital role for non-profits. However, besides the traditional ways to fundraise, online digital marketing offers new, exciting opportunities to raise money or awareness to...

Somalia has been afflicted by one of the world’s most complex humanitarian crises for nearly three decades. Persistent conflict and frequent climatic shocks have been a catalyst for food insecurity,...

On the occasion of the celebration of UN World Refugee Day, it is impossible to ignore the issue of vaccines during this time of pandemic. World Refugee Day was established by...

  Since its inception, MOAS has been committed to providing rapid response relief and support to migrant people and vulnerable communities facing emergency situations across the world. During our Search and...

In a first for MOAS, we organised a trip for a small group of young asylum seekers from countries including Somalia, Chad, and South Sudan to Gozo and Comino for...

As for many countries throughout Europe and the rest of the world, the first half of 2021 has been incredibly challenging. Despite hopes of an imminent return to normality, the...