Tag Archives: World Vision

Crisis Averted

The phones started ringing earlier than usual one morning as we were commuting to the office in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). “We have 50 people we need to get out,” said a humanitarian aid worker. “We’re looking at approximately 110 people that may need to be evacuated,” said another caller, an embassy […]

Fires And February Flights

MAF pilot Nick Frey recaps some of the happenings at MAF’s West DRC base in Kinshasa.

Flight strip in Malebo, Congo

We are going through a mini “dry season” in this part of the world (West D.R. Congo). It’s a time when Congolese utilize the intense heat and direct sunlight to burn sections of land […]

The Sampler – Five Stories from 2011

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.

MAF pilot, Ryan Cuthel, flies a World Vision team into Dadaab refugee camp to bring food and […]