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 […]
Airport meeting gives insight into what British Charity CAN is doing in Nepal
Doug Scott, CBE, made the first British ascent of [the south-west face of] Everest in 1975, and since then has wanted to help the mountain people of Nepal. He founded UK based charity, Community Action Nepal (CAN). Since CAN started operation in 1994 […]
By Angela Harding It’s my first time in a helicopter1 and when Captain Tord Niklas asks me what I think, I instinctively reply that it’s surreal… the’ lighter than air’ sensation as we gently lift off the ground is something that you don’t experience in a fixed wing aircraft. It’s out of this world! It’s […]
Here are also some short stories demonstrating the difference the helicopter facility is making:
Lakpa and Sanatan, Nepali Volunteers
Lakpa and Sanatan survived the Nepal earthquake intact in Kathmandu, but felt desperate to help their fellow countrymen who were suffering. Through friends and a Facebook plea for volunteers, they and many others began contacting their foreign friends […]
Betsy Baldwin (Technical Advisor – Disaster Relief and Recovery for the The Salvation Army World Service Office) reports on the Salvation Army’s recent flights in the Nepal earthquake relief effort:
May 15, 2015 – Visit to Sambung, Sindhupulchok
The Salvation Army delivered food and solar lamps to Sambung in Sindhupulchok.
The Salvation Army made a second […]