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  • End June 2014 CooP-Africa started working on the base for The Green Hub. The perimeter wall by that time was already completed with support from Liemers College Zevenaar. The Green Hub will be a centre in Kisumu, Kenya with many bicycle related activities with as central activity a bicycle factory where we will manufacture Kenyan […]

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  • 31 more health workers in Kenya are now cycling in stead of walking. They visit patients in a specific area and provide counceling, first aid, signal (new) symptoms and illnesses, and refer to specialists where needed.  By equiping the health workers with bicycles, they can travel faster and futher and reach out to more patients. […]

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  • This year CooP-Africa is again competing for the Transparency Prize. In 2012 we were the best newcomer and now we aim for a better score every year. The Transparency Award is sponsored by Nationale Postcode Loterij.

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  • Another 15 health workers in Kenya have received Bike4Care bicycles. Kenya has a system of volunteer health workers, who visit patients in a specific area. These visits are mostly done on foot. By equiping the health workers with bicycles, they can travel faster and futher and reach out to more patients. For this project we […]

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  • Kenya has a system of volunteer health workers, who visit patients in a specific area. These visits are mostly done on foot. By equiping the health workers with bicycles, they can travel faster and futher and reach out to more patients. 17 health workers have received a Bike4Care bicycle from CooP-Africa. They are also trained […]

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  • Click on the picture to open the summary of the Annual Report 2013. To receive a copy of the full Annual Report 2013 of CooP-Africa (Dutch), please fill your name and email address below.   {rsform 20}

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  • Again, bicycles have been given out to students in the Bike4School programme in Uganda. Bicycles are a popular means of transport among students, but affordability is an issue. Under the Bike4School programme students can acquire a bicycle on a reduced rate, and “pay” part of it by performing well in school. For more information about […]

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  • 26 more health workers in Kenya have received Bike4Care bicycles. Kenya has a system of volunteer health workers, who visit patients in a specific area. These visits are mostly done on foot. By equiping the health workers with bicycles, they can travel faster and futher and reach out to more patients. For this project we […]

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  • CooP-Africa believes that capacitating bicycle mechanics enables them to improve their income. In Jinja District in Uganda 4 mechanics were trained to be bicycle mechanics. Most of them were already working as mechanic, but without proper training. Therefore, they were not able to fix more complex problems. Due to this training they can now increase […]

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  • Also at Country Side Secondary School in Uganda, bicycles have been given out under the Bike4School programme in the previous month. Since this is the second year of this programme to run in this school, we see an increase in the applications. Students are indeed using the bicycles to go to school and increase their […]

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