Medevac and flying doctor services 2018-03-17T18:39:41+00:00

Medevac and flying doctor services

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.

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Positive Changes for the Disabled

MAF assists with raising the quality of life for the disabled in South Sudan. Simon Sala Clement is a Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) Supervisor working for Sudan Evangelical Mission (SEM), an NGO based in Mundri in Amadi state. SEM partners with Light for the World and SCIAF with support [...]

Overcoming Barriers in PNG with P2-MAG

Overcoming Barriers: A Day’s Flying with Captain Luke Newell in the Cessna Caravan P2-MAG out of Wewak. I depart Wewak for Oksapmin at 8:19am with a full load of medical supplies for the Oksapmin health centre. Upon arriving at Oksapmin, a man named Michael hops up to the aircraft [...]

Love and Dentistry

A dental team brings a week-long clinic to a village in the Sahara, demonstrating God’s love. In Bardai, a village in northwestern Chad in the heart of the Sahara, residents know what it’s like to live with tooth pain for years on end. When American dentist Dr. Kevin Ackerman [...]

Helping Partner Organizations in Kenya

MAF flights help partner organization 'Concern Worldwide' promote their opportunities in Kenya by saving days of travel. Story and Photo by MAF Communications Coordinator, Katie Machell. ‘Nothing could prepare me for the distances we traveled,’ says Aoife Garvey, Supporter Marketing Manager with Concern Worldwide. ‘Thanks to our pilot Melvin [...]

Expanding our Reach in Marsabit, Kenya

MAF missionaries Melvin and Kari Peters begin a new work in Marsabit, a place that has seen little development and remains one of the least reached areas in Africa. Story by Katie Machell. Photos by LuAnne Cadd. In May 2015, Melvin and Kari Peters, MAF missionaries in Lesotho, wrote [...]

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