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All articles by Emma Stewart

News – MAF returns to Chad

News

July 2008
News

News – MAF returns to Chad

MAF returns to Chad Following evacuation this February, Mission Aviation Fellowship's team has returned to Chad and flying has resumed. After rebel soldiers failed in their attempt to seize the capital N'Djaména, relative peace has now returned to the country. Jill Vine, wife of MAF pilot Greg, writes, 'It is unlikely the rebels will…

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News – HIV awareness in PNG

News

January 2008
News

News – HIV awareness in PNG

HIV awareness in PNGMission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) is committed to helping those with HIV and AIDS in Papua New Guinea (PNG), a country with the highest incidence of HIV in the Pacific region. In much of PNG, people are uneducated about HIV and AIDS. Those suffering are often said to be victims of witchcraft…

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News – Moving back in

News

October 2007
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News – Moving back in

 Moving back in Five years after withdrawing from eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) due to fighting and increasing insecurity, Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) is moving back in. In September 2002, MAF's base in Nyankunde was the site of heavy fighting between two tribal factions. An estimated 1200 people died in the fighting. As a result,…

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Wings over Darfur

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December 2006
Sudan

Wings over Darfur

The humanitarian crisis in Darfur has affected millions of people. Many have died through the war and its consequences. Disease and starvation are rife. Since 2003, two million people have fled the region. Many seek refuge in displaced people’s camps in neighbouring Chad; others make their homes elsewhere in Sudan. Christian relief organisation Safe…

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