It is difficult to fully predict the consequences of the 9-month humanitarian crisis affecting the Rohingya community, above all because the current emergency approach doesn’t allow a long-term vision which…
Since last August 25th around 700,000 Rohingya people have fled Myanmar and sought sanctuary in Bangladesh where they settled among the previous migratory waves of Rohingya, bringing their community to…
Rohingya women and children waiting to receive medical assistance at the MOAS' Aid Stations in Bangladesh
On February 15th the International Organisation for Migration issued a press release to announce the publication, in conjunction with UNICEF, UNHCR, Eurostat and OECD, of a document addressing the need…
Rohingya mothers waiting to receive assistance at one of our MOAS Aid Stations
“On International Migrants Day, we recognize the contributions and celebrate the vitality of the world’s 258 million migrants.” This is how Antonio Guterres, Secretary General of the United Nations, opened…
A picture of the girl assisted bu out MOAS Aid Station after reporting severe burns and delivering a baby girl with no assistance
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