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Mission Aviation Fellowship

 
Mission Aviation Fellowship was founded in 1945 by a group of WWII pilots who had a vision for how aviation could be used to help spread the Gospel.
 
Since those early days, MAF has been an indispensible partner and servant to Christian organizations and other agencies.
 
Using aviation and technology, MAF shares the love of Jesus Christ by meeting the physical and spiritual needs of isolated people in 32 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Eurasia and Latin America.
 
Missionary pilot-mechanics fly over dense jungles, mountains, and deserts, providing a way to reach isolated people.
 
MAF transports doctors and nurses-along with much-needed medical supplies-to treat people that otherwise would have difficult or no access to medical help.
 
After disasters, MAF is there to transport relief workers and deliver food and other desperately needed supplies.
 
By transporting workers and supplies, MAF supports community development projects. Communities and lives are transformed by MAF support of solar energy projects, well digging projects, agricultural programs, and other development initiatives.
 
MAF provides distance learning technologies to help train indigenous pastors who otherwise would not have access to biblical teaching or leadership training.