The smallest country within mainland Africa, The Gambia is long and narrow, and traversed by the Gambia River. The challenges include widespread malnutrition and disease that include TB, leprosy and malaria. Many people live in poverty, including over 70% in rural areas.
Riders work here with the Ministry of Health means that now each of The Gambia’s public health centres has an ambulance or trekking vehicle and we support outreach healthcare across The Gambia with our nationwide fleet of motorcycles.
Ambulances are used for emergency referrals while trekking vehicles support the delivery of staff to outreach clinics and regional activities like immunisation campaigns.
Our infrastructure enables the delivery of key health interventions to any location in the country, no matter how remote.