In June 2014, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) entered Mosul in northern Iraq following six days of fighting against state forces. Half a million civilians fled the city. Others stayed. Among them were government employees - doctors, teachers and others - who, for...

Regional conflicts driven by water scarcity are increasing across the developing world as resource competition becomes a major obstacle to peace. The Pacific Institute, which tracks freshwater security issues, found 73 conflicts related to water scarcity over the past five years - compared to only 16...

War, famine, persecution, disease - it’s enough to give anyone nightmares. But for the aid workers and NGO staff dealing with the fallout of these issues on a daily basis, the mental cost can be significantly higher. A Guardian newspaper survey of humanitarians on its Global Development...

In an ever-changing world, Tangiers Group aims to keep ahead of the curve. That’s why the Group's members - commercial operations and non-profits alike - are constantly adapting to the challenges faced globally in order to provide a steadfast commitment to those facing peril. Founded in 2006...

Tangiers International’s emergency medicine specialist shared his wealth of knowledge with the conflict doctors of tomorrow at a recent London conference. Dr John Quinn, who heads Tangiers’ site assessment service, spoke to medical students from King’s College London’s Wilderness Medicine Society (WMS) about the challenges and...

The plight of thousands of Rohingya refugees short on food, shelter and medical attention may be exacerbated by the upcoming monsoon season in southeastern Bangladesh, MOAS has warned. The NGO has set up two medical aid stations near the coastal town of Cox’s Bazar to offer...

Tangiers Group is gearing up for its biggest year yet in 2018 as it continues to expand its social and commercial endeavours into new territories. The Group’s mission - of Making Lives Better - has been a central tenet of the past year with MOAS operations...

Tangiers Group has thrown its full support behind MOAS efforts to aid Myanmar refugees, one of the world’s most high-profile humanitarian crises. MOAS, an international non-profit founded by Regina and Christopher Catrambone, has dispatched a team of medical professionals to Bangladesh where thousands of the Rohingya...