• 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…

  • MAF flies orthopaedic doctors to treat deformities in remotest Kenya

    MAF flies orthopaedic doctors to treat deformities in remotest Kenya

    News

    This month, MAF joined forces with charity, CURE International to facilitate mobile medical clinics on Lamu Island and in Bura Town – two isolated communities in southern Kenya. Over 80 patients were treated for numerous conditions including cerebral palsy, club foot and cleft palate. MAF's Jenny Davies reports...

  • Jo Lamb braves freezing conditions and raises over £1,600 for MAF

    Jo Lamb braves freezing conditions and raises over £1,600 for MAF

    News

    Writer and Folkestone mum-of-two, Jo Lamb, loves sea swimming. During winter 2020, she decided to take part in MAF’s ‘7&5 Challenge'– a fundraising campaign to commemorate MAF’s 75th year. Over £1,600 later, Jo is still going strong and invites fellow MAF supporters to take up a ‘7&5’ challenge of their own….

  • Honouring Betty Greene – the world’s first female mission pilot

    Honouring Betty Greene – the world’s first female mission pilot

    News

    As we celebrate ‘International Women’s Day’, we pay tribute to Betty Greene – one of MAF’s founding members who piloted MAF’s first ever flight. MAF’s Jo Lamb charts Betty’s stunning achievements in what was, back then, a very male dominated world…

  • MAF medevacs Hollywood actor, Ashley Judd, after shattering her leg in the DRC

    MAF medevacs Hollywood actor, Ashley Judd, after shattering her leg in the DRC

    News

    Activist, Ashley Judd - and star of ‘Double Jeopardy’ and ‘Divergent’ - was medevacked to safety by MAF on 5 February after sustaining a severe leg injury during a wildlife research trip in the DRC. Ashley recounts her 55-hour ordeal to New York Times journalist, Nicholas Kristof….

  • Solar power soars in Papua New Guinea

    Solar power soars in Papua New Guinea

    News

    In the last five years, increasing demand for solar energy installations in Papua New Guinea has resulted in a new Solar and Electrical Department for 'MAF Technologies PNG'. MAF's Joy Suarkia looks back on how they've been meeting the demand…

  • MAF celebrates the power of radio in PNG on 'World Radio Day'

    MAF celebrates the power of radio in PNG on 'World Radio Day'

    News

    Through the decades, we see what 'MAF Technologies PNG' has achieved through the power of radio - saving lives, sharing the Gospel and connecting the isolated…

  • MAF flies planes of peace to ease South Sudanese conflict

    MAF flies planes of peace to ease South Sudanese conflict

    News

    As South Sudan’s transitional government establishes its long-awaited justice system to address human rights violations, MAF continues to bring peacemakers together to help create lasting peace. MAF’s Jenny Davies reports…

  • Lent 2021: Courage

    Lent 2021: Courage

    Campaign

    Join us this Lent as we unpack even more from our book of devotions, Recalibrate.

  • 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!

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