Help us reduce maternal mortality in Africa with Eezer’s motorcycle ambulances
Our goal is to develop safe and cost-effective transport solutions for pregnant mothers and to have 3000 motorcycle ambulances in Africa by 2030.
The reduction of maternal mortality is one of the UN’s most ambitious development goals. The root causes are multifaceted and the transport between home and clinic is a clearly identified bottleneck.
The Eezer concept is based on the idea of using materials and technology available locally. Small cheap motorcycles are now available everywhere in Africa and the material for towing devices and wagons is often found in the local market.
The long-term goal is that all women in the African countryside should be able to go to a clinic in a safe and cheap way. In the first pilot phase, we have built 30 units that we lend to various organizations to develop the concept.
In phase two, we will build 300 units, so we will need your help.