In Zimbabwe, GlobalGiving donors have been supporting the training of Environmental Health Technicians (EHTs) in riding and the basic maintenance of motorcycles. Riders would like to thank all the donors on GlobalGiving for allowing us to complete this training and give EHTs the transport they need to reach their communities, day in, day out.
"I hope the bike will go a long way in serving people in hard to reach areas". Stephen Matiza, Zimbabwe.
In Zimbabwe, GlobalGiving donors have been supporting the training of Environmental Health Technicians (EHTs) like Stephen in safe riding and motorcycle maintenance. This report provides feedback on the impact this will have on rural communities across the country.
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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.
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Riders for Health’s teams in Africa are made up entirely of nationals of the countries in which we work. In Zimbabwe, GlobalGiving donors are helping to support the training of community nurses in vital motorcycle-riding and maintenance skills. Here, we find out more about the man responsible for getting the health workers onto two wheels – Alfred Gonga, principal of the Riders’ Academy of Vehicle Management.
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