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  • He's got the whole world in His hands

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    Pilot and Operations Manager Matt Eagar was on the other end of the radio during a medevac flight last year.

  • A rainy day in Croydon

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    One of MAF’s founders Stuart King tells how the organisation took to the skies 70 years ago on its very first 'flight of faith’

  • RedTribe celebrates first landing

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    MAF Kenya partners RedTribe have struggled for many years with a sub-standard airstrip to bring volunteers and visitors in. Recently, the community rehabilitated an old airstrip, much closer to RedTribe's base, allowing MAF to support them more effectively.

  • Learning the difference between ‘wants’ and ‘needs’

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    An NGO, Education Delivery Centre (EDC) teaches Mongolians how to save money for the future. Story and photos by LuAnne Cadd

  • Critical decisions, correctly made = lives saved

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    Paul Woodington, a pilot with MAF Papua New Guinea, recalls a medevac flight which happened just before Christmas 2017. Thanks to quick thinking, good decision-making and trust in God, Paul managed to help two severely ill patients, including the son of a missionary partner, reach the medical care they needed.

  • The Adventure Continues

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    We hope you enjoyed the 24 days of globe-trotting adventures and have enjoyed learning about the countries we serve in, feel inspired after reading the incredible stories from the people we have helped and had fun creating some of the crafts and recipes each day.

  • Educating the girls of South Sudan

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    GESS is a five-year programme to get girls going to school, staying in school, and learning in school, and to directly benefits over 200,000 girls. MAF regularly flies organisations implementing the project on their Equatorial shuttles. Story and photos by Thorkild Jørgensen

  • Boxing Day delivery

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    Help, hope and healing arrived in thousands of remote communities in 2017 thanks to an estimated 198,000 gifts from our fantastic UK supporters!

  • Right time, right place

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    In August 2016, Geoff Boer was having a normal day. Just after dinner, disaster struck as he experienced a heart attack. he was flown for treatment the following morning and after surgery, has made a full recovery. Without the quick thinking and acting MAF staff and partners, Geoff may not have survived.

  • Flights Of Faith

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    Seen the film? Been inspired? Don't worry, this is just the start of the journey!

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