“Using hovercraft to establish connection with isolated individuals and communities that fosters healthy growth.”


We aim to bring aid to remote communities, build trust with the people we meet there, understand their needs, and tell others about the problems that they face.

Bringing aid

To support, enable, encourage and deliver: aid, relief, education and mission services to remote communities along shallow rivers by using hovercraft to provide cost-effective access for partner organisations; enabling them to do what they do best in communities that need help and support the most.

Building Trust

To be a generator of social capital, building trust with remote communities, researching their needs and aspirations and providing them with a voice to the wider world.

Telling others

To challenge other organisations and institutions to engage with the development agendas set by remote river and wetland communities, and to act as advocates of policy change by those organisations to reduce the systematic exclusion of remote communities, caused by decision-making processes which are often based on biggest numbers helped, rather than greatest need.


“Recognising God’s image in each other, and in community, we seek to follow Jesus and afford everyone the freedom, dignity and opportunity to move from poverty to plenty.”

We stand against poverty, oppression, injustice and hunger and we bring physical, medical and spiritual support to people who live in isolated areas of the world, irrespective of age, race, gender, or religion.

“to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke, to share food with the hungry and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter, to clothe the naked, and not to turn away”
(Isaiah 58, The Bible)