The Minister of Health in Rwanda distributed 237 Yamaha AG100 motorcycles (a motorcycle designed for NGOs in Africa - click here for more info on the Yamaha AG100 ) to the regional health workers in the country. Back on 2005, they had only one motorcycle, serving a population of 29,000.
The motorcycles will be used for follow-up for tuberculosis patients in a community outreach program, enhancing the recovery of the patients.
The bikes will also be used to monitor malaria patients, vaccinations and family planning sensitization programs.
Nice to see motorcycles being used for good actions, not just military or police actions.
Via: All Africa