OUR MISSION

To demonstrate God’s love by providing aviation and medical services in the remote jungles of Papua New Guinea

OUR MISSION

To demonstrate God’s love by providing aviation and medical services
in the remote jungles of Papua New Guinea

Why are floatplanes

so IMPORTANT?

220,000 people live along a 700 mile river in Papua New Guinea called the Sepik River. It is surrounded by a dense jungle with virtually no roads, electricity and little to no access to emergency medical care.

With our two floatplanes, we provide emergency life flights to the only hospital within 37,000 square miles. Without these life flights, it would take some of these people 5-7 days by way of dugout canoe to get to hospital care! 

We can get them there in an hour or less.

Why are floatplanes
so IMPORTANT?

220,000 people live along a 700 mile river in Papua New Guinea called the Sepik River. It is surrounded by a dense jungle with virtually no roads, electricity and little to no access to emergency medical care.

With our two floatplanes, we provide emergency life flights to the only hospital within 37,000 square miles. Without these life flights, it would take some of these people 5-7 days by way of dugout canoe to get to hospital care! 

We can get them there in an hour or less.

Infant mortality rates in the area are often as high as 40%

The only hospital in Wewak serves 500,000 people in the East Sepik province

Nearly 80% of all life flights are pregnancy and disease related

80% of those living along the Sepik River suffer from malaria

life flights
HOSPITAL MINISTRY
medicine delivery

More Services We Provide

Our Needs & Opportunities

Our Needs & Opportunities

With the growth of our organization, our ongoing expenses have also increased. We are on a mission to bring together those that want to make an ongoing difference in Papua New Guinea and who would be willing to join our team of amazing monthly supporters!

 

Help us increase our monthly support!

Final construction/remodel for missionary housing on our current compound

Cost: $25,000

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Toward the end of 2018, we were blessed with a new airplane that can be used in the U.S. to train our new pilots before being shipped to PNG to even further expand our life-saving operations!

Cost of rebuild & retrofitting: $250,000

Join us in bringing hope to the East Sepik.