Airborne Lifeline Foundation is meeting one of the most significant challenges in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Africa—bringing doctors and medications to patients living in remote areas.

Since the flying medical service started in Botswana in 2007, Airborne has transported doctors and other health care professionals who have treated thousands of patients and thousands of pounds of medications for those patients.

Airborne works in a public-private partnership with the government of Botswana through the Botswana Ministry of Health. With increased funding from PEPFAR and other generous supporters, Airborne is expanding its service in Botswana to additional villages.