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RenéRené worked nine years as Hardware and Software designer with different companies in the professional radio and television market.

From a young age flying was in his blood, but it only came as far as taking on gliding as a hobby.
        
In 2005, René had a glider accident. During rehabilitation, the conviction grew to start life in a different direction. René got to know a MAF pilot trainee. His story enthused René to start flying for life.

René likes to employ his talents and gifts as broad as possible to help others.


JannekeJanneke is a qualified primary school teacher and aside from that has worked as registered nurse in a hospital.
                
From a very early age, her dream has been to become a missionary. A lonely hut, surrounded by dark-colored children was her vision.

Janneke likes to help where there is a need with the talents and gifts she has received. Also, she predominantly takes care of their young Noah.

In 2005 both decided to pursue an assignment with MAF mission pilots. A lot of prayer and support from family, friends and church have helped them realise this dream.

After two years of training in Melbourne (Australia), where both have completed a bible college and René a flight training course, they started in the MAF programma in North Australia end of 2011. The indigenous Aboriginal people that live there are in great need for MAF's help.

MAF maintains a flying service to remote Aboriginal bush villages. This enables medical care, education, nutrition and fuel (during the wet season), church workers and travel for the situation of the indigenous people of Australia. MAF brings hope in a situation that lacks it.

 

Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.
Matt 25

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