Case Studies


Southern Sudan

Motorbike ambulances help fight maternal mortality in Southern Sudan


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eRanger Education Units working with No Strings International.

“Through entertaining and informative educational puppet shows, No Strings aims to foster landmine safety awareness, bringing HIV education and AIDS information to children and teaching them about street kids' issues.”
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Nyanza Province

Working with the Kenyan government in Nyanza province (West Kenya), the Department for International Development (DFID) has helped fund improvements to childbirth facilities by introducing; a new health centre, malaria nets for new mothers and an eRanger Ambulance to referrer those in labour.

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Liberia Health Ministry

Liberia Health Ministry Receives 20 Motorbike Ambulances from UNICEF

The United Nations Children Funds UNICEF, last Friday, April 30, 2010 handed over 20 motorbike ambulances to the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in efforts to help reduce some of the biggest challenges remote communities face especially accessing timely health services.
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Safe Motherhood Programme in association with the Malawi Ministry of Health

Over 150 eRanger Ambulances play an essential role in the Malawi Ministry of Health’s nationwide rural health programme developed to meet UN millennium development goals by 2015. Their involvement with the MOH Safe Motherhood initiative in particular has seen them become a cornerstone in the programme in the areas of child mortality (Goal 4) and maternal health (Goal 5), where transport is the major factor in reducing delay, increasing facility births and reducing mortality rates.

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