All posts in: "Disaster response"

  1. 2019 – Cyclone Kenneth – helping MAF respond quickly

    Cyclone Kenneth hit just as Mozambique was just about starting to recover from Cyclone IDAI. And Kenneth set new records. Unwelcome records too! So, what…

  2. 2019 – Air Coordination – Cyclone Idai

    Air coordination is something we believe in. When disasters get big, the needs are more complex. And the assets to meet those needs require efficient…

  3. 2019 – Life-saving rescues – Cyclone Idai

    In 2019, life-saving was a big part of our early response to Cyclone Idai. 1.8 million people were affected. And the air group rescued over…

  4. 2019 – First response to Cyclone Idai

    The devastation caused by Cyclone Idai demanded a response from Wings Like Eagles. It’s what we do! So in March 2019 our CEO, Adrian Nance,…

  5. 2017 – Water pumps for thirsty Mozambicans

    Water pumps are really useful in a drought. Let’s see why! In 2017, we worked with Mercy Air and YWAM to help people in Mozambique.…

  6. 2017 – A regional response

    Regional response Since 2007, Wings has sought allies for a regional response. And Wings has them across Southern Africa.  Allies who we can trust.  These…

  7. 2017 – food for starving Malawians

    Starving Malawians? What to do? The 2017 drought and famine asked us that question. This was the first year Wings Like Eagles did a regional…

  8. 2017 – Cyclone ENAWO in Madagascar

    In 2017, Cyclone ENAWO hit Madagascar. It is said to be the worst to hit the island since 2004. Click here if you want to…

  9. 2015 – Spraying crops continues – to fight the famine

    Spraying crops continues in 2015 We decided to work spraying crops in Southern Africa in 2014.  Food is still needed. So spraying crops continues into…

  10. 2014 – Crop spraying – more food in a famine

    UN regional assessments indicate that the most likely disasters across Southern Africa are famines.  Crop spraying helps produce more food. What can helicopters do in…