Following an earthquake and tsunami on the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, MAF is mobilizing our personnel and airplanes to help. MAF has some 150 staff and 15 aircraft based full-time in Papua and Kalimantan, Indonesia. We expect an MAF team and one airplane to arrive in Palu on Tuesday to assess needs and set up […]
Here is the next blog post in our series by the MAF wives. This is a recent day in the life of Liz Schandorff at the Haiti program. It’s a bit unusual in that she’s been working in the MAF Haiti hangar office for several weeks, helping with the Hurricane Matthew response.
4:20 a.m. – Wake to […]
Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines with nearly unprecedented force—leaving thousands dead and hundreds of thousands impacted. In the wake of such a tragedy, people and organizations across the world were asking the question: “What can we do?”
How MAF is helping
Mission Aviation Fellowship sent disaster response personnel to the Philippines to assess the situation and determine […]
As we close out 2011, here’s a look back at five stories from the year that capture the essence of MAF’s ministry. The collection is pulled from our own newsletters and videos, plus news clippings and radio broadcasts.
After a successful launch of our blog in March of 2011, we’ve been able to share more our ministry with you. Here’s a look back at our most popular blog posts of the year.
1. The blog post with the most views and shares contains a humorous collection of tips from our pilots who often carry […]
This is the second in a three-part series of posts about MAF and disaster response.
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 world […]