by Susan Huppert, NAMMA For seafarers' welfare missions to do their job well, they need to be in close contact with seafarers. To respond to needs, then need first to listen to them. Awareness of needs is essential as we
Join NAMMA's members and partners from seafarers' ministries from across Canada as they celebrate the birth of Christ in lessons and carols. In a troubled world, we are thankful to have this voice of hope. Thank you for the service
by Susan Huppert, NAMMA Most Christmas gifts international seafarers are receiving are given through missions and ministries across the globe. Fortunately, at a time when charitable resources have dipped due to COVID-19, the Seafarers International House in New York is still
by Susan Huppert, NAMMA The Seamen’s Church Institute of Philadelphia and South Jersey extends Christmas cheer to the international seafarers who bring Christmas to others through their labor. The ecumenical faith agency provides for the human needs of seafarers and the wellbeing of those
by Christiaan De Beukelaer, The Conversation It has been rightly described as a humanitarian crisis and a modern form of forced labour. In the early months of 2020, stranded cruise ships became a stark symbol of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Now it is seafarers
by Susan Huppert, NAMMA The Baltimore International Seafarers’ Center continues to serve seafarers during Christmas thanks to a generous gift of $750US from the International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) Seafarers’ Trust. The funds applied for by the International Christian Maritime Association
This is the 2020 issue of The MARE Report magazine. The MARE Report (MARE is the 'sea' in Latin) is a new magazine published by the North American Maritime Ministry Association to discuss issues affecting seafarers' welfare providers and their supporters.