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  • A Great Day in Uganda


    Ruth Jack was privileged to visit staff at MAF Uganda. Here she explains how a fascinating week has given her a deeper insight and appreciation for our work.

  • Help and healthcare for refugees


    Winfred Wanjiku works as a nurse in the transition centre at Kakuma Refugee Camp, where refugees are given medical attention, food and hope by the centre's caring staff.

  • 40 years of the school run in Arnhem Land


    When MAF began flying to the Homeland communities in 1974 - some of the first flights carried teachers to school. As one former school principal explains, 'If it wasn’t for MAF, Yirrkala Homelands School would not have been established in those early years.'

  • Be Part of Something Bigger


    Find out more about serving overseas with MAF

  • Bake Off Tuesday


    Download nine delicious recipes from our MAF 'Made to Serve' recipe book for free - to celebrate that the Great British Bake Off is back!

  • MAF responding to worst Ebola outbreak of the year in DRC


    The second Ebola outbreak of the year in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is proving deadlier than the first. DRC’s health ministry has identified 102 probable or confirmed Ebola cases since the start of August. 59 of those people have died.

  • 2018 Christmas Card


    Deliver a message of help, hope and healing to all your friends and family this Christmas with our MAF Christmas cards.

  • Disaster Response


    When a disaster occurs, MAF responds quickly with air transportation, emergency communications, logistics support, and experienced personnel. Getting the right people to the right place at the right time.

  • Lulu the lost dog


    When fighting broke out in Juba, South Sudan, in July 2016, MAF was forced to evacuate its team of international staff and families.

  • What's Next?


    You decide!