• Draper, Mark and Steph

    Draper, Mark and Steph

    Staff

    After applying and being accepted to MAF in May 2021,Mark will now work to complete his Aircraft Maintenance Licence before the family move to Uganda in 2022 where Mark will work as an aircraft engineer. Steph also plans to investigate how to use her skills as a Midwife to care for the people of Uganda once the family have settled into their new life in Kampala.

  • Veale, Matthew

    Veale, Matthew

    Staff

    Matthew has been enrolled on MAF UK’s Engineer Trainee programme. He will spend four years training in the UK before joining an MAF programme. He will be part of a team helping to maintain our planes so we can enable our partners to reach isolated communities.

  • 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.

  • Tordoff, Natasha

    Tordoff, Natasha

    Staff

    Natasha is currently building a support team of people who will pray for her and give regular financial gifts to allow her serve with CRMF (Christian Radio Missionary Fellowship) in Papua New Guinea. She hopes to be deployed to Goroka, Papua New Guinea before the end of this year.

  • Hone, Alan and Annette

    Hone, Alan and Annette

    Staff

    Alan and Annette have just arrived in Papua New Guinea to serve with MAF for 12 months. They will be based in Mount Hagen where Alan will be exploring a new role within the maintenance team as Infrastructure Projects Manager. Annette will be working out where she can best help -a very exciting prospect!

  • Smith, Nathanael

    Smith, Nathanael

    Staff

    Nathanael is the first person to be enrolled on MAF UK’s Engineer Trainee programme. He will spend four years training in the UK before joining an MAF programme. He will be part of a team helping to maintain our planes so we can enable our partners to reach isolated communities.