Riders for Health

Riders for Health's mission is to strengthen health systems by addressing one of the most neglected, yet vital, aspects of development for the health of Africa - transportation and logisitics. We achieve this by managing vehicles on a reliable, predictable and cost effective basis, to support the work of our partners who reach rural communities with health care and and other vital services.
Apr 28, 2008

Riders Gambia Update, May 2008

World Malaria Day on April 25th was a stark reminder that this easily-preventable diseases continues to claim millions of lives every year.

By making sure that health workers can reach even the most remote communities on a regular basis, Riders for Health ensures that simple measures like bednets reach the people who need them most, helping to prevent the spread of malaria.

Download the feedback report below to find out more about how your donations are helping Riders to fight malaria in the Gambia.


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Jan 15, 2008

Riders Zimbabwe Update Jan 2008

With the support of GlobalGiving donors, Riders for Health has been working to reduce the isolation of communities in rural Zimbabwe by increasing the mobility of health workers and other basic service providers.

Read the full report to find out more about what you are helping us to achieve in Zimbabwe.

At the end of 2007, we also relaunched our website to bring you more up to date news from our field programmes. Visit www.riders.org to find out more!

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Jan 15, 2008

Riders Gambia Update, January 2008

Riders for Health recently visited Jahangka and Mandinari, remote Gambian communities which are now benefiting from improved access to healthcare thanks to the generosity of GlobalGiving donors and the work of Riders for Health. Both these communities now have uhurus, multi-purpose vehicles that can act as community ambulances, water pumps and freight carriers in a region isolated by great distances and harsh terrain.

Read the full report below to hear more from the families you have helped in the Gambia.

At the end of 2007, we also re-launched our website, to bring you more up-to-date news about our work. Visit www.riders.org to find out more!

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