How you are bringing hope to those who are suffering, in Mozambique and Indonesia
Thank you for making it possible for MAF to respond to the people of Mozambique in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai. We’re grateful for your partnership! Our crew has been busy on the ground and in the air these past few days.
An MAF staff member sees God work in the midst of a disaster.
Stanley Lepar’s last day in Sulawesi, Indonesia, was fifteen days after the earthquake and tsunami struck the island on October 12, 2018. Stanley is an Indonesian staff member at MAF’s nearby program in Papua. He came to Sulawesi to serve alongside other members […]
Last year, we ran a series on how MAF handles preparing for disasters, interviewing MAF’s manager of security and disaster response John Woodberry. It was one of our most popular series, and since this month we are highlighting our disaster preparedness initiatives, we thought these might be worth sharing again in case you […]
As Haiti braced for another natural disaster this past weekend, MAF was prepared to help those in need after making some major preparations of its own, including moving airplanes out of the storm’s path. Fortunately, Isaac was only a tropical storm when it made landfall in Haiti and did not wreak the havoc it could […]
It’s been 20 years since MAF introduced its current logo … the burgundy-and-gray emblem with the dove. Since that time…
The Internet came into our lives
MAF installed its first satellite communication link
Zaire became the DRC (again)
MAF began its Mali well-digging project
The MAF-Learning Technologies division was created
MAF began and completed Operation ACCESS! —a major research project that […]
This is the second in a three-part series of posts about MAF and disaster response.
John Woodberry Organizing Chaos
When it comes to being prepared for a disaster, John Woodberry thrives.
As MAF’s manager of security and disaster response, Woodberry is ready in a moment’s notice to coordinate disaster response efforts in different parts of the […]