The Phoenix migrant offshore aid station (MOAS) returns to Malta, from another successful rescue mission

Knowing how much dedication and hard work the whole crew, and MSF (Medecins sans Frontieres) – along with photojournalist, Jason Florio –  had put into yet another successful mission, I was honoured, to be able to watch, from the vantage point of one of Malta’s ancient ‘Three Cities’,  Birgu, as the Phoenix glided into the GrandContinue reading “The Phoenix migrant offshore aid station (MOAS) returns to Malta, from another successful rescue mission”

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Battleface: Meet the Storyteller – Jason Florio

    Battleface: Describe your most rewarding career moment. Jason Florio: ‘Completing the first recorded source-sea navigation of the River Gambia, documenting life along one of Africa’s the last, major, free-flowing rivers – a 1044km expedition, by canoe and motorcycle, with my wife and expedition partner, Helen (Jones-Florio).‘ How do you protect yourself?  How do youContinue reading “Battleface: Meet the Storyteller – Jason Florio”

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‘150,000 Cross Med.’ in 2015 – Migrant Report

  ‘Some 150,000 migrants are believed to have reached Europe by sea to date so far in 2015, with virtually all of them landing in Italy (74,947) or Greece (75,970), according to the International Organisation for Migration.. .’ read more on  Migrant Report, by Mark Micallif

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The MOAS – Migrant Offshore Aid Station – Phoenix, gets ready to embark on another rescue mission

  Saturday 27th June, 2015, Malta The Phoenix/MOAS crew get ready to embark on another rescue mission, heading down to the Bouri oil fields, off the coast of Libya. Photographer, Jason Florio, is on board again for his second mission, documenting the migrant rescues.     Wishing them a very safe journey and the best ofContinue reading “The MOAS – Migrant Offshore Aid Station – Phoenix, gets ready to embark on another rescue mission”

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