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  • South Sudan – Standing on the edge of a precipice

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    Jenny Davies started her new communications job with MAF in South Sudan back in February, not long after the pandemic started. In a country with only a handful of ventilators and a soaring cost of living, Jenny describes daily life in Juba and how the authorities are responding to coronavirus…

  • Coronavirus - MAF flights drop to 20% across Africa

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    In the fight against coronavirus, ‘lockdown’, ‘self-isolation’ and ‘social distancing’ have become the global norm in recent weeks. As this unprecedented disease plagues the planet, we explore how Mission Aviation Fellowship’s work has been impacted across Africa...

  • A balancing act in Lesotho – how do you help the sick without spreading coronavirus?

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    As Lesotho in southern Africa enters into lockdown, MAF Pilot Grant Strugnell, describes the fragile reality of meeting the medical needs of the isolated, without infecting them with a potentially fatal disease…

  • Liberia – Mission Aviation Fellowship’s first ever coronavirus related flight

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    On the morning of Saturday 28th March, MAF Pilot Steven Biggs, was enjoying a cup of coffee in bed, when he was asked to help Liberia’s Ministry of Health with a suspected coronavirus case in the remote town of Zwedru. In MAF’s first ever Covid-19 related mission, Steven flew to the rescue…

  • Easter Craft

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  • Coronavirus world news

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    As the pandemic progresses, we get the latest from MAF staff...

  • From the First Day Until Now

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    MAF's new promotional film

  • Coronavirus world news

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    As the pandemic progresses, we get the latest from MAF staff...

  • The Lord is with us

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    Coronavirus: a message from MAF UK’s CEO about the current coronavirus outbreak...

  • We can be heroes!

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    Tutapona, an NGO which provides trauma counselling to refugees, have launched a new children's trauma rehabilitation programme, Heroes' Journey, in Adjumani, Uganda. This is the story of Anna*, who has benefited from the programme. *Name changed to protect her identity.

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