Mission Aviation Fellowship Overview
Target demographics: bring access to hope for the lost and hurting.
Direct beneficiaries per year: over 600 partner organizations bring help to hundreds of thousands of people.
Geographic areas served: isolated areas around the world
Every day, MAF provides a profound Christian presence through flights of mercy, meeting medical needs in the most isolated corners of the globe. MAF responds quickly and effectively to save lives and ease suffering caused by accidents, disease, disasters, and deadly epidemics.Thousands are saved each year because MAF “wings of mercy” transport doctors, nurses, and medicines to patients in minutes instead of weeks.
MAF communications networks connect isolated villages to healthcare providers. Remote field clinics maintain contact with large hospitals via MAF HF radios connected to computers powered by solar panels that relay email messages via satellite.
MAF-Learning Technologies (MAF-LT) maximizes opportunities for training medical personnel. Doctors and nurses in remote regions do not have access to the same level of instruction available in the U.S.
Sharing the love of Jesus Christ through aviation and technology so that isolated people may be physically and spiritually transformed.