Monthly Archives: February 2011

  • Last weekend the annual Bike and Walking Fair was held in Amsterdam. Both Saturday and Sunday our ambassador Frank van Rijn gave a presentation about his cycling trips. As usual, Frank drew a crowd: the hall was packed with people, the audience even sat on the stairs and stood in the back not to miss […]

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  • Global Cyclist: www.globalcyclist.com Bicycles for Humanity: www.bicycles-for-humanity.org International Forum for Rural Transport and Development: www.ifrtd.org Fietsdiensten: www.fietsdiensten.nl Bicycle Potential: www.bicyclepotential.org Fietspagina: www.fietspagina.nl Afrigadget: www.afrigadget.com/category/transportation Art of Africa: www.artofafrica.nl Bikemunk: www.bikemunk.com

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  • Would you like to organise a fundraising event for CooP-Africa or a project of CooP-Africa? Are you planning on a sponsor bicycle holiday abroad? Or a sponsor run at your school? We can guarantee that 100% of donations from private individuals are spent on bicycle projects in Africa. Send an email to info@coop-africa.org, tell us what you have […]

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  • You can donate via PayPal if you click here.

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  • Click here to go to a page where you can donate safe and simple via Ideal (only for Dutch bank accounts).

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  • Bank details of “Stichting Cycling out of Poverty” are: SNS Bank account number: 90.61.46.356, IBAN: NL68 SNSB 0906146356, Swift code: SNSBNL2A

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  • Colorbike is sure a bicycle will help poor African families to cycle out of poverty. Click here to order a Colorbike for your own. By ordering a bicycle for yourself, Colorbikes will donate a share of the profit to CooP-Africa, who will give out bicycles to school children in Africa. So by choosing Colorbike you choose for a better […]

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  • Do you want to get to know the historical city of Utrecht in two an a half hours? Cruise the city with the world famous Dom Tower by bike, guided by enthusiastic locals. Discover all about this vibrant, centuries old city with friends, family or collegues. ColorbikeTourw will show you the places, you would probably […]

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  • 4 students of the Delft University for Technology have designed a bicycle for African street vendors. In November 2009 they have researched the needs and demands of the bicycle users in Kisumu Kenya. A co-creation team was established of (mobile) street vendors, neighbourhood association, market vendors, VBBS, metalworkers, bicycle mechanics, representative of disabled people, etc, […]

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  • Four students of the Delft University of Technology (Paul van Deelen, Tamar Meijer, Stephan van Meir, Guido Molenaar) have designed a bicycle ambulance for Kenya. They have kept a blog at: http://bike4care.wordpress.com/. The bicycle ambulance is used in Bike4Care projects. • Supported by: DOEN Foundation [issuu width=420 height=149 backgroundColor=%23222222 documentId=110318164723-ae5d5bf162ab4c6aa0c2b050b446a3c2 name=bike4care_manual_coop username=cyclingoutofpoverty tag=africa unit=px id=d3cbfabe-c44c-c116-e31f-70d1b15e31de v=2]   […]

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