We focus on professional driver training, transport management systems, and rural access to transport, to solve two of the biggest transport challenges in sub-Saharan Africa.
We support drivers, governments, and training institutions to improve road safety
In sub-Saharan Africa, road deaths are the third biggest killer following HIV/AIDS and Malaria (Source: The World Bank) and the problem will only rise with the growing population. Drivers are at risk every time they sit behind the wheel due to a lack of legal enforcement and training, and badly maintained and overloaded vehicles.
We empower people to transform their own lives through access to vital services, such as healthcare
People living in rural areas of Africa often struggle to access vital services. Around 75% of maternal deaths can be avoided through timely access to vital childbirth-related care (Source: The World Bank).
Our work includes the use of Emergency Transport Schemes to transport pregnant mothers with complications, and children with severe malaria. We also help community health workers reach the families who need them.