An estimated 750,000 people need urgent help after hurricane Matthew destroyed homes, crops, livelihoods and infrastructure in southern Haiti.
Because roads, bridges and communications have been damaged, it is difficult for aid agencies to reach those most affected.
MAF has been flying in Haiti for 30 years and aid agencies are looking to us to reach cut-off and remote areas as quickly as possible to assess where the greatest needs are and to fly in emergency food and aid.
As many as 90% of homes in some remote areas have been destroyed and food shortages and disease are growing threats.
This is a major disaster for Haiti and we anticipate our three aircraft to be in massive demand in the weeks ahead to deliver aid and workers as quickly as possible.
Please donate today and help us reach those in greatest need.
Who is MAF?
Mission Aviation Fellowship uses planes to transform the lives of the world’s most isolated people, bringing help and hope to those in need.
MAF has experience of enabling communities to recover in the aftermath of severe storms and floods.
In fact, MAF responds to crisis situations around the world, and our expertise in aviation, communications and technology are vital to help relief efforts to respond in the critical first hours after disaster strikes.