Tag Archives: medical

Maud’s Return Flight

On Friday, Dec. 4, 2015, MAF had the honor of flying Maud Kells back to the village of Mulita, where she was the victim of a shooting attack in January 2015. Less than a year after the medical evacuation flight that saved her life, she returned to a joyful celebration.

Hundreds of people gathered at the […]

The Best Ministry

This is the second guest post in a series by MAF volunteer Natalya. If you missed the first one, you can catch it here.

The MAF program in Mozambique primarily flies a team of doctors and nurses, MozMed, to remote villages for weeklong clinics; that is, up until MozMed’s vehicle accident temporarily put a halt to […]

We need MAF to reach this place

“My name is Roland, I’m a doctor and also a staff member of the Baliem Mission Center. The Baliem Mission Center is a non-profit organization that desires to spread the Gospel and help mankind.

Right now, we are in a very, very small village in Papua. We are very happy to serve here and help the […]

Nepal Update, August 13, 2015

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 […]

Faithfulness Across Generations

MAF Staff Share Perspectives About Ministry Through the Years

David Francis works on an MAF airplane. Photo by MAF staff.

DAVID FRANCIS – DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO – With MAF since 2004
An extra headset sat in the passenger seat of MAF pilot David Francis’ airplane. During long flights across the vast Democratic Republic of the […]

Bus Crash in Lesotho

In December, a bus crashed while negotiating Lesotho’s treacherous mountain roads. 7P-CMH and two other MAF Cessna 206s answered the call to come to the remote community of Qacha’s Nek and transport the most critical patients to a better equipped facility.

Seven people were medevaced that day, most of whom suffered broken bones—five of the seven […]