Bike4Care'S ARCHIVE

  • 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…lees verder

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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…lees verder

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  • {youtube}jokqOER0vo8|300|225{/youtube} You can now get a close up look at one of the volunteer health workers in our Bike4Care projects. Click on the video to view the short video and to see more about Bike4Care. The video was made by Safaricom in Kenya. For more information about the Bike4Care programme, click here.

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  • 53 more health workers in Kenya are now serving the community on bicycles. They have received their Bike4Care bicycles during a CooP-Africa event. 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…lees verder

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  • {youtube}pMTSuevHdko|300|225{/youtube} Last year, Al Jazeera visited our Bike4Care project in Kenya. The video shown on the right was broadcased in Al Jazeera’s The Cure. Click on the video to view the programme and to see more about Bike4Care. For more information about the Bike4Care programme, click here.

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  • Another 12 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…lees verder

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  • LoadOnTheRoad SC. has a great product to make cycling more effective and interesting: the RoadLoader. This is a charger that allows a smartphone, music player or navigation system to be charged while cycling. By purchasing a RoadLoader you support the Bike4Care projects of CooP-Africa. Of every euro profit, 30 cents goes to bicycles for health…lees verder

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  • 150 health workers in Uganda have received Bike4Care bicycles. Volunteer health workers in Uganda visit their patients mostly on foot. By equiping the health workers with bicycles, they can travel faster and futher and reach out to more patients. At the launch of the programme speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga was present. NTV and Bukede…lees verder

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  • 17 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 get…lees verder

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  • Improving access to health care is the aim of our programme Bike4Care. This involves distributing bicycles to community health workers. But if they are on an island and the only health centre is on the mainland… What do you do? We provide a boat. It improves access to health care and generates income for the…lees verder

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