A Manual for Motorcycle and Three-Wheeler Taxi Associations: Guidance on Setting-Up an Association and the Association’s Responsibilities to its Members
The findings, on which this manual is based, stem from the 2018 DfID-funded research carried out in Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya on the use of motorcycle and three-wheeler taxis in rural contexts. A key recommendation, among others, is that motorcycle and three-wheeler taxi riders should belong to a registered association.
This Tanzania-focused manual is intended to offer guidance and advice to motorcycle and three-wheeler associations as well as their members, in an effort to support and facilitate riders to access training, encourage safer riding, and ensure overall efficiency of operations from set up and structure, to customer care and vehicle maintenance.
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