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We go where others can’t or won’t.

Real “uttermost parts of the earth” stuff.

We do it because we believe that no one is beyond the reach of God’s love.

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that in 2017 alone, MAF…

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Healthcare brings hope for the Turkana

The Turkana are some of Kenya’s most isolated and disadvantaged people. An estimated 90% of this pastoralist community live below the poverty line.

Serving them are a team of roughly 20 healthcare workers at a small medical clinic in Lokichogio. The clinic, run by African Inland Church, focuses on mothers and […]

When the planes are the cargo

MAF Pilots Simon Wunderli and Christiaan Haak departed on a flight that was out-of-the-ordinary even for them: a multi-day ferry flight from Moundridge, Kansas, USA to Mareeba, Australia in order to deliver the first two new Cessna Caravans for preparation for service in Papua New Guinea.

There is always a bit […]

Issa’s story

MAF assists a christian ministry that helped South Sudanese refugee Issa overcome trauma and fear. Their very name in Swahili is a faith-filled declaration: Tutapona — ‘We will be healed!’.

Nearly one million refugees gather in makeshift communities close to the border with war-torn South Sudan. They are there from necessity, […]

Ebola relief efforts continue despite temporary relocation

Ebola relief efforts continue despite temporary relocation.

Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) has been transporting vaccines, medical personnel and supplies, and sanitation equipment into the North Kivu province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) since early August to aid efforts to stem an outbreak of the Ebola virus disease (EVD).

MAF […]

Island Medevac in Timor-Leste

Living life waiting for the phone to ring is a big part of a pilot’s life in Timor-Leste. Even on public holidays, birthdays and Christmas Day, a pilot and a hangar assistant are ready and waiting for a call.

On Saturday, the 15th December, it was Jason Job who was the […]

A 45-minute flight helps provide the gift of sight

In November 2018, pilot Patrick Keller flew a team of Italian eye doctors who had spent a fortnight restoring sight in Madagascar.

The 45-minute flight from Ambatondrazaka saves a day’s journey by road allowing the team of Italian eye doctors from Medici Volontari Italiani two more days to treat patients.

The weather […]

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How MAF Helps….

medevacs

In addition to providing emergency medevac flights, MAF works to provide isolated communities with access to healthcare through our flying doctor services. We also help stem the tide of disease and sickness by distributing mosquito netting and vaccines.

Evangelism

Because we believe that every individual is important to God. We work with local pastors, missionaries, and missions groups to deliver the Good News of God’s love for them in word and deed; helping to provide hope and healing for both body and soul.

Disaster relief

When disaster strikes and people are cut off from the help they need. When communities are devastated by famine or drought. MAF works with hundreds of partner organizations to make a real and lasting difference in the lives of thousands of communities in over 30 of the world’s poorest countries.

Clean Water

It all starts with sanitation and access to clean water. Without it community development can’t begin as crops fail, livestock become ill, and people die. MAF works with agencies and community leaders to improve the lives of people by helping to provide access to this most essential and critical thing.

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MAF delivers vaccines to remote areas, protecting children against polio, diphtheria, measles, and other illnesses. The speed and efficiency of MAF aircraft allows this precious cargo to reach remote villages in hours instead of days, ensuring that the “cold chain” is not broken and vaccinations remain effective.

Midwifery

In many developing countries where MAF operates, a pregnant woman may walk several days in the hopes of seeing a doctor. This at a time when she and her unborn child are most vulnerable. MAF helps bridge the gap between those in need and the doctors, nurses, and midwives who are able to help.

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