Today, we mark one year since the start of our mission to bring humanitarian and medical assistance to Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar for Bangladesh. Read the statement from MOAS co-founder and director Regina Catrambone. One year ago, MOAS arrived in Bangladesh, following the desperate Rohingya exodus...

Joint press release from NGOs in Rohingya response in Bangladesh One year has passed since the beginning of the exodus of an estimated 706,000 Rohingya refugees from Rakhine State, Myanmar to Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh following what the top UN human rights official called a “textbook...

I am deeply saddened by the recent news of a woman who barely survived, after clinging to the wreckage of a destroyed migrant boat off the Libyan coast. Another woman and a toddler, aged between three and five, were not so lucky and perished out...

MOAS joined a mobilization of European Solidarity on the 27th June, direct from Republic Street, Valletta. The call to action drew in support from over 2200 organisations and individuals, in more than 60 public squares all over Europe, MOAS joined them in unison, on the street and...

MOAS (Migrant Offshore Aid Station) has announced it has successfully completed its observation mission in the Andaman Sea in order to monitor maritime developments in the Rohingya refugee crisis. The mission was launched on April 3rd in response to confirmed reports of Rohingya attempting to flee Myanmar by sea in unsafe vessels. The MOAS...