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  • Better toilets for Bangladesh


    A crude ‘public toilet’ sits about 30 meters back from the Rupsa Ghat boat dock in Khulna. It’s a tiny corrugated-iron shack with three sides, no roof, and two round concrete slabs with holes to stand on.

  • The last call of the day


    The Gove Operations Team were closing the office for the weekend when the call came in. A Yolngu lady, Djurambil Munungurr, had been stung by a stingray whilst out collecting clams with her family in Garrthalala. Djurambil was bleeding profusely and in pain.

  • On cloud nine when I became a ‘co-pilot’ with MAF


    Long-time Mission Aviation Fellowship supporter and journalist John Butterworth and his wife Jan spent two weeks in Uganda in August this year. They went to see MAF pilot Andrew Parker, his wife Liz and their children Esther, Ben and Joel. John, who is also a Church of England Reader in Worcester, tells of a big surprise on their third day of their holiday.

  • A road to peace


    Bishop Taban Paride's inspirational vision for Holy Trinity Peace Village Kuron shows where the road to peace may lead in South Sudan.

  • MAF Sulawesi earthquake response update


    Our disaster response team in Sulawesi is continuing to serve communities that were cut off by landslides when the earthquake and tsunami hit the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi on the 28 September.

  • MAF Advent Calendar 2018


    Join us on a journey around the world this December with our exciting new advent calendar.

  • Stanley’s story


    There have been many stories of tragedy from Sulawesi, Indonesia. MAF's Rick Emenaker reminds us there are also stories of hope.

  • A peace deal for South Sudan


    ‘Most of this war in South Sudan is about revenge. When one tribe does something bad to you, you will try to get revenge. So, if a tribe kills one of your people, you kill five of theirs.’

  • Fighting poverty in Marsabit


    In Marsabit, where MAF has a base, 80% of the population are pastoralists, moving from place to place with their livestock in search of water and pasture.

  • In just one day


    Monday 8th October was a busy day for the pilots and ground staff in Palu Indonesia.