• MAF partner completes Bible translation for remote Papuan tribe

    MAF partner completes Bible translation for remote Papuan tribe

    News

    It has taken 64 years to translate the entire Bible into the Damal Tribe’s local language. Missionaries, John and Helen Ellenberger - now both aged 88 - began their life’s work back in 1957 when they first set sail for ‘Dutch New Guinea’. MAF’s Linda Ringenberg charts their amazing adventure and how MAF has supported them every step of the way…

  • In Conversation with MAF Pilot - Becki Dillingham

    In Conversation with MAF Pilot - Becki Dillingham

    Event

    Here is your chance to meet MAF pilot Becki Dillingham, speaking live and direct from Chad.

  • MAF conducts aerial survey to assess flood damage in Timor Leste

    MAF conducts aerial survey to assess flood damage in Timor Leste

    News

    Following Timor Leste’s ‘worst flood in 40 years’ according to the UN’s World Food Programme, MAF conducted several flights in April to help assess the devastation. By air, MAF enabled the UNWFP and government officials to obtain good data in days rather than weeks to inform their emergency response…

  • Living with Malaria

    Living with Malaria

    Story

    The eye-opening journey of one MAF family who have battled the side-effects of malaria for longer than anyone imagined.

  • Sant, Dom and Sequoia

    Sant, Dom and Sequoia

    Staff

    In early 2022, Dom and Sequoia will be moving to Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea with their three children: Abigail, Emma, and Isaac. As Programme Safety Manager / Technical Skills Training Specialist, Dom will be providing support through his experience working in safety and training.

  • HF radio throws a lifeline to islanders ahead of PNG’s new restrictions

    HF radio throws a lifeline to islanders ahead of PNG’s new restrictions

    News

    As Covid cases skyrocket in Papua New Guinea, never before has communication been more vital for remote islanders. MAF Technologies PNG was able to install High Frequency radio for the first time on Wuvulu Island just before PNG’s Prime Minister announced his latest ‘national isolation strategy’. MAF’s Joy Suarkia reports…

  • MAF partner, 'Ambassador Aviation' evacuates refugees in Mozambique

    MAF partner, 'Ambassador Aviation' evacuates refugees in Mozambique

    News

    Dozens of civilians have been killed and nearly 28,000 displaced, following terror attacks in Palma on the northeast coast of Mozambique (UN). Since 31 March, local MAF partner – Ambassador Aviation – has rescued over 500 refugees in a joint emergency evacuation effort…

  • What is my calling? In Conversation with Becky Waterman

    What is my calling? In Conversation with Becky Waterman

    Event

    Come and hear MAF spouse Becky Waterman live and speaking directly from Uganda. Bring your questions and find out more about what it's like to be an MAF spouse, what you can expect, and how God can open some amazing doors.

  • MAF flies AstraZeneca vaccine to remotest Lesotho

    MAF flies AstraZeneca vaccine to remotest Lesotho

    News

    The only way for the coronavirus vaccine to reach the mountain people of Kuebunyane is by an MAF airplane. MAF pilot, Grant Strugnell, was privileged to transport the region’s first batch of life-saving vaccines, so Kuebunyane’s frontline health workers could get inoculated…

  • Flying the coronavirus vaccine to the ends of the earth

    Flying the coronavirus vaccine to the ends of the earth

    News

    As the UN–backed COVAX inoculation programme slowly rolls out across developing countries, MAF plays its part in transporting the vaccine and medical staff to the remotest places on earth. MAF’s Jo Lamb caught up with Vaughan Woodward - Deputy Director of MAF’s Global Disaster Response - to find out how MAF is helping to vaccinate the world…

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