In Tanzania, as is typical of any Wings of Hope base — whether in Nicaragua, Ecuador, the Congo, Belize or Burma — the airplane is the means of delivering resources to the poor. Often, those resources are medical supplies and doctors. Sometimes, they are construction materials to drill a well or build a school. They may be seeds and baby chicks to support sustainable food programs. In other cases, they are teachers and education programs. In every base, the plane flies emergency medical evacuations — flying a child with a snake bite or a mother who needs an emergency C-section — to nearby hospitals.