Riders in the press


  • The Wharton School of Pennsylvania University announced Riders for Health as the winner of the Lipman Family Prize.
  • Comedian Ross Noble raised £100,000 to support Riders for Health.


  • Riders for Health was named one of the top five organisations to donate to in GQ magazine by Carlos Miranda, CEO and founder of philanthropic consultancy firm, I.G Advisors.
  • Thomas Reuters covered plans for Riders for Health to work with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation to expand the laboratory samples transport network in Malawi.
  • Ross Noble launched a nationwide ride-out in support of Riders for Health.


  • Riders for Health was named as the fifth most effective health NGO and also achieved seventh in the innovation category in The Gloabl Journal's Top 100 NGOs publication. 
  • Riders are featured in 'The Art and Science of Delivery' by McKinsey & Company, in honour of the 10th anniversary of the Skoll World Forum.   


  • Riders’ work in Lesotho features on international news network, Al Jazeera.
  • Riders' work highlighted by ABC News in their global affairs series ‘Around the World with Christiane Amanpour.’
  • A feature on Riders for Health entitled 'The suprising link between motorcycles and better African health care' was published in Forbes magazine. 


  • Riders for Health's work in the Gambia was featured in a film as part of the Uncommon Heroes series at Skoll World Forum.
  • Riders’ work in Lesotho featured in BBC World documentary series ‘The Health Show’.
  • Riders is used to exemplify the intersection between social entrepreneurship and international development in The Huffington Post.
  • Actor, Matt le Blanc, discussed Riders for Health on Jay Leno’s The Tonight Show.


  • Our work in Lesotho featured on Sky News on World AIDS Day.
  • Our programme in Zambia featured in the BBC World series Alvin’s Guide to Good Business.
  • Riders were featured in the New York Times by Nick Kristoff.
  • Riders featured on American Motorcyclist’s December cover and feature article.


  • Riders’ work featured on Trans World Sport.


  • Riders featured as international charity in the Times Christmas appeal.
  • Charley Boorman and Ewan McGreggor visit Riders’ programme in Kenya as part of The Long Way Down.


  • Riders featured in BBC LifeLine appeal presented by Suzi Perry.


  • A CNN documentary about our work in Kenya was presented by Christiane Amanpour.
  • Riders' founders featured in Time magazine as ‘heroes of global health.’
  • PBS documentary shown as part of Time magazine’s global health summit.


  • For media enquiries relating to our work in Africa or social enterprise please contact communications manager, Matt Hann, at mhann@riders.org or on +44 (0)1604 889585.
  • For media enquiries relating to our work with the motorcycling community please contact communications officer, Frankie Parrish, at fparrish@riders.org or on +44 (0)1604 889543.
  • For all USA specific media enquiries please contact communications and outreach coordinator, Jake Fuchs, at jfuchs@riders.org or on +00 (1)904 419 9433.