The Mission to Seafarers has today published a report called ‘Beyond the 2%, Women Seafarers and their Lives at Sea: Reflecting on Our Call to Care.’
The latest Seafarers Happiness Index report, published by The Mission to Seafarers, reveals the lowest levels of seafarer satisfaction for eight years, with the Index’s measure of overall happiness decreasing from 6.41 to 5.85 and levels dropping across all categories.
All sponsors and participants of this exciting challenge event will support the Mission’s Emerging Port Strategy 2022-26, a five-year plan to develop existing operations in Asia specifically, but also globally.
The Mission to Seafarers has launched a new adventure race challenge event in Japan, taking place in early 2023.
Serious seafarer recruitment and retention crisis are looming unless governments and ship managers take steps to allow more shore time and improve conditions onboard ships.
Donation of £66k from Pacific Basin Shipping over three years provides vital support for seafarers’ families in the Philippines
The latest Seafarers Happiness Index from The Mission to Seafarers highlights long term repercussions if welfare standards don’t change
Maritime charity hosts virtual Sea Sunday service at St Michael Paternoster Royal for the last time in a momentous annual event.
The company will be supporting the welfare charity to align with its philanthropy efforts for causes directly related to the Falvey Insurance Group