All posts in: "Disaster preparations"

  1. Safe and airworthy!

    Our imported helicopter has passed all its inspections and has been declared safe and airworthy on the South African register.  She is no longer 5H-XSH…

  2. Imported into South Africa

    Today we paid the import taxes for the helicopter to come out of the customs bond and be imported into South Africa. We thank our…

  3. Speaking out for aviation in disasters

    By kind invitation our Chief Executive Adrian Nance has been speaking out about aviation, and our work in disasters. Speaking Out – the RAeS He…

  4. We have a company – WLE Logistics Southern Africa – thanks!

    After 9 months of waiting, we have a legal presence in South Africa, WLE Logistics Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd.  They can now import the helicopter,…

  5. Managing the Risks of Extreme Events & Disasters

    We thank the IPCC and all involved for a Special Report that helps keep us focused on anticipating the effects of intense rain on people…

  6. Increasing helicopter response capability – 2700 km done!

    An improvement in helicopter response in southern Africa. The Hope of the Nations helicopter 5H-XSH lands near Johannesburg in South Africa.  It had flown  1700…

  7. Helicopter flying in Mozambique

    Adrian Nance with the map supporting Wynand Malan in Jet Ranger 5H-XSH, with the helicopter flying over Mozambique on their way south on the 1700…

  8. Our first helicopter!

    Our first helicopter was signed over today in Dar Es Salaam.  Harold Knepper of Hope of the Nations Tanzania met Adrian Nance representing our South African…

  9. Fundraising – Adrian beats a Pantomime Horse

      Well, he did it!  Adrian ran the Great South Run a third time – not very fast – but three of them raised several…

  10. We also are with you!

    In an amazing meeting at this church near Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, Adrian was approached by the wife of the pastor.  She had something…