In developing countries where diseases like malaria, tuberculosis, and HIV threaten rural communities, access to healthcare is vital. But long distances and rugged terrain make it difficult for patients to access remote health clinics. Volunteer health workers often walk 10-20 kilometers to provide care for patients in their homes. With a Buffalo Bicycle, workers reach 45% more patients, spending more time addressing their needs and helping to eradicate preventable diseases.
World Bicycle Relief partners with local governments and aid organizations to provide sustainable, last-mile healthcare solutions through our Wheels for Integrated and Sustainable Health (WISH) program.