Mission to Seafarers recently launched a new campaign focusing on the major welfare issues that seafarers face during the pandemic. Now, DNV GL and the Standard Club announced their support for the campaign.
Mission to Seafarers
More than eighteen maritime organisations have donated a combined £600,000 to The Mission to Seafarer’s Flying Angel Campaign to help address the severe welfare issues facing seafarers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Platinum sponsors of the Mission’s Flying Angel Campaign, Seafarers UK and the Grimaldi Foundation, have donated a combined £174,000 to The Mission to Seafarers in response to the severe welfare issues facing seafarers worldwide, during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
In an exclusive interview with SAFETY4SEA, Revd Canon Andrew Wright, Secretary General, The Mission to Seafarers, notes that the pandemic brought much stress and anxiety to seafarers’ life, which has undermined mental well-being
Amid COVID-19 crisis, Mission to Seafarers recently launched a new campaign focusing on the major welfare issues that seafarers face during the pandemic.
Norway-based Wilhelmsen Ship Management (WSM) is crowdfunding to support maritime charity Mission to Seafarers (MtS), in addressing the hardships for seafarers amid the COVID-19 crisis.
The Mission to Seafarers is supporting the Government of the Philippines with the transfer of seafarers, who have completed their quarantine, back home to their local communities, during Manila lockdown.
Seafarers’ happiness has been lower for the first quarter of 2020, with clear concerns about current safety and welfare provision for those serving at sea during the COVID-19 crisis, according to the latest Seafarers Happiness Index report.
The Mission to Seafarers announced the launch of a digital chaplaincy service, in response to the need for seafarers to be provided with remote support, during the challenging times arising amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Mission to Seafarers published the latest Seafarers Happiness Index report. The report reveals that seafarer happiness continues to fluctuate, marking improvements in connectivity at sea, but also showing concerns regarding workload among the issues raised by seafarers.
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