Bike4School'S ARCHIVE

  • Kiyemba Godfrey is a student in the Bike4School programme. He wrote an essay about the Bike4School bicycle saving his shoes from wearing on the way footing to school daily, and that now he uses the bicycle he takes years without buying any new shoes. Kiyemba Godrey’s essay was selected for the Bike4School photobook, of which…lees verder

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  • At St. Paul Secondary School in Uganda, 12 more students have received bicycles under the Bike4School programme. Students who walk long distances to school can use a bicycle to ease their burden and spend more time and energy on school work. For more information about the Bike4School projects, go to the Bike4School project page. To…lees verder

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  • Students in the Bike4School programme get access to a bicycle to go to school. Many students walk long distances to school and back home, reducing their time and energy they can spend on school work. Last years Bike4School students have all improved their performance and attendance at school, and therefore they have now been awarded…lees verder

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  • Ebiachu Emmanuel Osborn is one of the students in the Bike4School programme. As part of this programme, he wrote an essay about his bicycle. He wrote:”My bicycle has acted as a learning aid e.g. in physics as a subject, it has helped me learn of force, mortion, friction and other such ways. That helps me…lees verder

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  • Students of Liemers College in Zevenaar (the Netherlands) have volunteered in Kisumu, Kenya. They were trained on assembling bicycles and this is the result. Happy students, assembled bicycles and most importantly happy students in Kenya who are going to ride these bicycles in the Bike4School programme. The students of Liemers College in Zevenaar also supported…lees verder

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  • Ride the Gerrie Knetemann Classic and support CooP-Africa. On Sunday, September 15th, this bicycle tour starts and finishes in the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam. Looking ‘through the eyes of Kneet’ attractive routes of 45, 75, 110 and 150 km are set out. You can sign up as a TEAM or INDIVIDUAL. Enter the promotional code…lees verder

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  • At Country Side school in Uganda, Bike4School has started two years ago. Today more students are benefiting from the Bike4School programme. Bicycles are given out to students and teachers, to ease their transport to school. Reaching school quicker and less tired makes for better school results. Fundraising for this Bike4School project is ongoing: Click here…lees verder

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  • Dorothey Aoko Odhiambo is one of the students that appears in the recently released Bike4School photo book. A copy of the book was handed to her, and she is very proud to be appearing in the book. The book shows photos and pieces of handwritten essays by students from Kenya and Uganda who go to…lees verder

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  • Students and teachers in Uganda are now benefiting from the Bike4School programme. At different schools in Uganda Bike4School is rolled out. Students who apply for a bicycle receive a training in bicycle maintenance to ensure that they are able to keep their bicycle in good riding condition. Fundraising for this Bike4School project is ongoing: Click…lees verder

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  • In schools in Uganda the Bike4School programme not only includes students, but also teachers. Teachers who walk long distances to school can also benefit from the programme. Especially schools in rural areas show a high number of teachers applying for bicycles. Having well-rested teachers in class also benefits students. Last week a group of teachers…lees verder

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