Seven-year-old Malcom had fallen out of a tree and broken his hand. As Malcom was brought to the floatplane, Luke quickly recognized his father Malachi.

 
 
 

For a limited time, if you join our team of monthly supporters during the month of May, we will send you one of our new “Celebrating 20 Years” T-shirts as a thank you!

  • Training our staff and partnering with the Provincial Health Authority (PHA) to provide Covid 19 training to medical professionals
  • Flight delivery of informational materials from World Health Organization in the local language regarding Covid 19
  • Although most commercial and non-profit flights in PNG have ceased, we are continuing to conduct our life flights and critical medical supply deliveries, in coordination with the PHA
 

In November of 2013, the PNG Government partnered with Samaritan Aviation by gifting us a new ambulance to use to transport our patients from the airport to the hospital in Wewak. During the ceremony, Prime Minister Peter O’Neill presented the keys to S.A. President Mark Palm and expressed his gratitude for the services that we offered.

The gifted ambulance represented a growing relationship between Samaritan Aviation and the PNG Government as well as increased service to the people of the East Sepik. We are so grateful for all of the partnerships throughout the years that have allowed us to better serve those in remote areas!

 

Samaritan Aviation
PO Box 20697
Mesa, Arizona 85277
970-249-4341
contact@samaritanaviation.org

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