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  • MAF assisting in fight against latest Ebola outbreak


    Nineteen people have died and 39 more are infected from the latest Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

  • Life Magazine - the Martyrs' story


    'In the Jungles of eastern Ecuador lives a tribe of Stone Age Indians called Aucas' wrote world renown photojournalist Cornell Capa - just days after news of the Palm Beach tragedy reached the world.

  • Practical Love in Timor-Leste


    Medevac patients in Timor-Leste generally board the MAF plane with one family member and just a small bag of personal belonging - they didn’t expect to need our medevac services that day.

  • Sharing hearts in Mongolia


    A team from ’Nurses Heart to Heart Mongolia’ comes once a year to give hands-on training in CPR and emergency child delivery to local healthcare professionals in Mongolia’s remote provinces.

  • Scottish Special


    Packed with stories and features about the work we do and the remote areas we reach, you'll be encouraged and inspired by the many creative ways we bring help, hope and healing to vulnerable and forgotten people in Africa and Asia-Pacific.

  • Born for life in Liberia


    To mark International Day of the Midwife - MAF's Sarah Newnham explains how a handful of exceptional midwives are helping to improve maternity services in remote areas of Liberia.

  • A Flying Visit Gallery


    A selection of photo's taken by some of MAF's faithful supporters and staff.

  • Into the 'Heart of Darkness'


    On the 12th May 1948 Stuart King and Jack Hemmings embarked on what was to be the last phase of their survey by air into the Democratic Republic of Congo.

  • Healing a child’s grieving heart


    A small orphanage in northeastern Liberia cares for children who lost their parents during the Ebola crisis. Story and photos by LuAnne Cadd.

  • Watoto village visit


    Last week, pilot Matt Eagar had the opportunity to fly a charter for Watoto staff to Gulu in northern Uganda.