Humanitarian Response

We are a pan-industry alliance of ship owners, managers, manning agents, insurers and welfare associations, working together with one aim:

"to assist seafarers and their families with the humanitarian aspects of a traumatic incident caused by a piracy attack, armed robbery or being taken hostage."


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Latest News

Our website is regularly updated with the latest news on Maritime Piracy and MPHRP activities from around the world. This includes news of incidents, success stories involving seafarers getting home safely and reports on the work of MPHRP and other anti piracy organisations.

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Support for Families

A key part of our work is to provide support and advice, not only for seafarers, but also their families.

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MPHRF

The Maritime Piracy Humanitarian Response Fund (MPHRF) is for the MPHRP or other welfare organisations to provide financial assistance to seafarers and/or their immediate family members who are directly affected by piracy and armed robbery.

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Courses and Training

The programme has produced a series of training modules and resources for shipping companies, manning agents, seafarers and those who provide Welfare Response to seafarers and families.

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Publications

The Maritime Piracy Humanitarian Response Programme presents its series of Good Practice Guides for Shipping Companies and Manning Agents for the Humanitarian Support of Seafarers and their Families involved in Piracy incidents.

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24 March 2015

Sailor Today Honours Piracy Survivors

The 14th Sailor Today awards night recognised and honoured the Indian crews of MT Asphalt Venture and MV Albedo in a glittering ceremony held on 21st March in Mumbai.

11 March 2015

TRiM Training Practitioner Course held in Manila

Last March 3-4, 2015, a 2-day TRiM Practitioner Course was conducted in AMOSUP Intramuros, Manila by Gavin Roger from March On Stress.

2 March 2015

Indian Asphalt Venture Crew Assisted with Humanitarian Support in Mumbai

The 7 Indian crew of Asphalt Venture were invited to Mumbai by Maritime Piracy Humanitarian Response Programme (MPHRP) as part of their ongoing, post release humanitarian support.

27 February 2015

Thai Crew of Prantalay 12 Released From Captivity in Somalia

MPHRP has welcomed the news that after 4 years, 10 months and 9 days held in captivity by Somali pirates the four Thai crew of the fishing vessel Prantalay 12 have been released and are on their way home.

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