That’s the side we will always be on, and we will keep going back out to sea to defend anyone fleeing war or poverty.’
We are waiting to know when and how they can disembark.
There can be no safe treatment without a safe healthcare environment, and there can be no safe patient without a safe healthcare worker.
After carrying out three rescue missions between 08/09 and 10/09, two in the Maltese SAR area, and one in the Libyan SAR area, the Open Arms vessel has been waiting for six days for a safe harbour to disembark 278 people on board,…
“EMERGENCY supported me with quality services, taking care of everything, and this is something I am really grateful for.” We are grateful too.
At the moment the bridge of the Open Arms is hosting more than 270 people. They need a safe harbour.
EMERGENCY president Rossella Miccio will join an online panel hosted by ISHKAR focusing on Afghanistan and the beautiful country behind the conflict.
EMERGENCY is in charge of medical treatment on the ship, and duly gave all of them check-ups.
Saleh has survived numerous attacks in the past; the one on his office last year killed 20 people.
This situation is wrong. EMERGENCY is there because it is the right thing to do.