Madagascar is the world’s fourth largest island, located off the east coast of Africa. The island is famous because of her biodiversity both in flora and fauna. Madagascar is also one of the poorest countries of the world, and the majority of the population lives under $2 per day. Due to a lack of good roads, many communities in the country are very difficult to access, and during the rainy season are completely inaccessible by road. The island is heavily exposed to tropical cyclones which bring torrential rains and destructive floods.
MAF Madagascar has been in operation since 1989 and works in Partnership with National Church Groups, Mission groups, Development and Relief agencies and other Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO’s). We currently have two aircraft and dedicated personnel ready to serve and assist you with your travel, logistical and technical needs.
Analysing poo samples Inside a dark wooden hut, 20+ kilometers from the nearest muddy road, UK medical student Hannah Russell
Medical evacuation: Melanie (19 April 2016)
Melanie is a strong woman and our God is almighty. Melanie suffered from what is far more common than many understand. From
30 minutes or 18.5 hours travel!?
A relatively short flight for us, can spare lots of travel for our customers. The following quote is from a customer that