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MOAS (Migrant Offshore Aid Station)

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International humanitarian organisation dedicated to providing aid and emergency relief to the most vulnerable communities around the world.

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The crisis in Ukraine has understandably been top of mind for all of us these last few months. There has been record-breaking fundraising to support the people of Ukraine (including over $1.5 million raised here at Global Impact) and it’s deeply moving to witness this swell in support. Certainly, other refugee crises have captured the attention of the global community as well – this past fall, many stood in solidarity with Afghanistan refugees and one year ago the global community marked the 10th anniversary of the Syrian war. Still, there are dozens of other refugee populations around the world today...

Charity Photos

  • Title: The medical mission in Ukraine is working on the frontline to save lives
  • Charity: MOAS
  • Country: Ukraine
  • Photo Credit: MOAS

  • Title: Mission of Hope in Somalia
  • Charity: MOAS
  • Country: Somalia
  • Photo Credit: MOAS

  • Title: Fire fighting in refugee camp
  • Charity: MOAS
  • Country: N/A
  • Photo Credit: MOAS

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In February 2022, MOAS deployed into the Eastern Oblasts with two mobile medical units dedicated to providing primary healthcare services and supporting national health initiatives such as vaccinations and COVID-19 control. The escalation of violence pushed MOAS to send in a uniquely qualified tactical, strategic team made up of an operational lead, medical coordinator, security specialist and logistics fixer. In the following weeks, MOAS broadened the emergency deployment to support the Ukraine Ministry of Health and WHO in emergency medical response in the field and on the front lines. Therefore, we shifted the initial deployment plan into a comprehensive, national, front-line point of injury and trauma care program that has spanned half a dozen Oblasts. This was achieved with the support of teams of up to 100 tactical medics at a time, operating a fleet of 27 Class C ambulances. So far, MOAS has treated more than 10.000 patients on...