General News

General News · 06/13/2019
We are delighted to see how very young “sponsors” are supporting the work of Helimission.

General News · 05/30/2019
We often read reports in the newsletter about flights and the people who were helped. None of this would be possible without all the administrative work that goes on in the background.

General News · 05/23/2019
Madagascar has a unique fauna. Some animal species are native only to the island of Madagascar.

General News · 05/09/2019
Luciano from the neighbouring island La Réunion has been working in different regions of Madagascar for many years. He regularly visits villages in the north. In most of the locations, he has trained local workers. Unfortunately, he was unable to do so in the past few months. He recently heard of problems he needed to resolve.

General News · 04/11/2019
Recently, in Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar, a huge branch fell from a neighbor’s tree onto a car parked beside it. Our pilot and his friend were standing just one meter away when it happened!

General News · 04/04/2019
A while ago I spent a week with our local co-worker Abed in the remote “Bird’s Head” area in West-Papua, Indonesia. Wasior is a small fishing town in the Wondama district.

General News · 03/14/2019
On the 19th of November 2018, we reported that we flew Dr. Justin into the village of Bevero where he treated the village chief who was sick. The villagers and the teacher were very pleased that we came, and they were happy to show it!

General News · 03/07/2019
From time to time we receive drawings from children who are very excited about Helimission. With much effort and enthusiasm, they work on their projects. It’s a great joy for us to receive their artworks! If these children once become pilots or mechanics for Helimission?

General News · 12/31/2018
Helimission would like to thank you for your interest in our work and for your support throughout the year! Wishing you a blessed and Happy New Year.

General News · 12/24/2018
There are many Christians in Papua, and they enjoy celebrating Christmas. Indonesian and English Christmas Carols can be heard everywhere, in the houses and on the streets. Lots of people dress up traditionally to celebrate.

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