It’s important to have exercise books, pens, and rulers as a student, but dedicated teachers and a good learning environment are needed even more. Recently, our Goroka based aircraft shifted about 3 tonnes of school material out to remote locations from where it needs to be carried to the respective schools. Upon return, the MAF […]

Part 3: What keeps a pilot coming and help in an emergency? Do you remember some of the Oksapmin Secondary School students’ theories why our pilots keep coming to their village shared in our previous communications? Here are two more: Momai: They do it because they would like to show their love for all people, […]

We hope you enjoyed the story about the Oksapmin Secondary School in the remote village of Tekin and how the year 11 students have been writing about “What comes and goes on a MAF plane.” Here is the link to the article. Today’s second part continues with the dialogue exercise and focusses on the student’s […]

Part 1: A Dialogue Exercise by Grade 11 students of the Oksapmin Secondary School at Tekin Story by Mandy Glass A Community Investing in Education MAF has a well-established relationship with the Oksapmin Secondary School at Tekin, which now operates in its 13th year. The students regularly achieve top marks and are some of the […]