It might not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about life-saving health care but data is essential to the success of the programmes we support.
You are about to read a shocking statistic. In some parts of Africa it is estimated that one in 12 – that’s one in twelve – pregnant women die while attempting to give birth. And many babies die, either at birth or shortly afterwards.
By Barry Coleman, co-founder of Riders for Health
Malaria. Such a pretty word. But of course there is nothing pretty about this ruthless killer disease. So what’s the problem? Well, it's transport. There are wonderfully effective drugs and nets but they don't spontaneously fly through the air and deliver themselves.
Film showing the impact of the Riders for Health programme in The Gambia whose work we support.
Talking to Salifu Jabang, head technician at Riders for Health, The Gambia on why bikes are best.
What is it to be a father? Wanting to help your child to reach their potential but wanting to protect them.
As a little girl, Jan was obsessed with wheels. Now she's found a way to live her dream. She works at Formula 1® but spends her spare time racing and volunteering for Two Wheels.
On a recent, sunlit Thursday morning, Maria Gonzalez, board member of Two Wheels for Life, stood beneath a tough old tree and looked at the insides of Lesotho. What she saw was a landscape that is unlike any other, anywhere.