Designing a referral scheme for maternal health services in rural Kenya
Transaid provided technical support to the MANI project (Maternal and Newborn Health Improvement project in Bungoma County, Kenya) to assess transport barriers to maternal health services and to design an appropriate referral system to enable the transfer of pregnant women from their homes to health facilities.
Find out more here.
Microlise lends its support to Transaid in front of a 1, 000 strong audience
The telematics solutions provider Microlise has signed up as a corporate member of Transaid, becoming the first telematics specialist to lend its support to our work. The company will use its telematics and transport management expertise to support Transaid’s projects, with its staff also participating in key fundraising activities.Find out more here.
Cycle Tanzania challengers set offtomorrow for 400 km cycle adventure
An intrepid group of 30 professionals from the transport and logistics industry will spend five days on their bikes, starting on the east side of the iconic Mount Kilimanjaro – the most famous mountain in Africa – and finishing at the Ngorongoro Crater. The challenge has already raised over £115, 000 for Transaid’s vital work. Find out morehere.
Join the Three Day Celtic Challenge. Places are going fast!
Sign up today for this long-weekend, 350km, ride of fantastic cycling, starting beside the Brecon Beacons and finishing in Dublin. Our fourth European ride takes place between 18 and 21 September 2015 and promises to be the most spectacular ever with grand finale in Dublin! Only a limited number of places left. Find out more here.
Transaid is an international development charity. We identify,
champion, implement and share local transport solutions
to improve access to basic services and economic opportunity
for people in Africa and in developing countries. Transaid was
founded by Save the Children and The Chartered Institute of
Logistics and Transport and our Patron is HRH The Princess Royal. Registered charity no. 1072105.
Patron: HRH The Princess Royal.