Building Resilience and Advocating Change: How bicycle programmes are reshaping their activities to respond to COVID-19 – Webinar Slides

On 25th August 2020, Transaid hosted a webinar featuring representatives from MAMaZ Against Malaria At Scale (Zambia), First African Bicycle Information Organisation (Uganda), Bikes for the World (USA) and Village Bicycle Project (Sierra Leone).

The panel shared insights and key learnings from experiences of adjusting to the COVID-19 pandemic and how these response activities have helped with mobility and access to healthcare, spread of information and livelihoods. The webinar concluded with a Q&A session hosted by Transaid’s Project Manager, Jason Finch.

Watch the webinar recording at this link.

Download the webinar slides by clicking below.

T21. The WHO Minimum Standards for the Cleaning and Decontamination of Vehicles

This tool is a set of guidelines developed by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and GOAL, which aim to provide an understanding of how to safely clean and decontaminate vehicles that have been used to transport people with Ebola. It was developed in 2015 and helps car washers to avoid Ebola infection of themselves, as well as Ebola infection from the patient to the next patients.