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Happy Valentine’s Day! One year ago, my message arrived from Bangladesh, where the MOAS Aid Stations provided medical and humanitarian assistance to the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya who fled Myanmar...

On February 1st, MOAS' sister organisation Xchange published the first half of a two-part report on smuggling trends and the effects of European policy in Niger. Primary research was conducted...

2018 has been a year of both challenges and achievements. Read our end-of-year round-up to find out what we’ve been doing and what the next year will hold. BANGLADESH When MOAS...

“Today we welcomed new-born Mohammed Yousuf. Both mother and baby are doing well. His father is very happy and can’t wait to introduce him to their community”. One year ago, this...

This season is a time to take stock of the year that has passed, look at our achievements and our challenges and prepare ourselves for the year ahead. At MOAS...

Yemen is the world’s poorest Arab nation. Located south of Saudi Arabi and west of Oman, Yemen’s southern and western borders are coastal, running along the Gulf of Aden and...

This week at MOAS we are looking at what it means to be a family in crisis. In many crisis situations around the world, those most deeply affected are women,...

Giving Tuesday celebrates philanthropy and generosity on a global level. Throughout the years it has been running this movement has grown so much, reinforcing the humanitarian sector and supporting philanthropy...

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...

The Mediterranean Sea crossing is now deadlier than ever. One out of every 267 migrants crossing the sea died in 2015 and by 2017 the number had risen to one...