Results

  • Training at the international Academy for Transport Resource Management in Harare, Zimbabwe facilitate by Riders for Health UK
  • Exposure to the programme being implemented in Harare
  • Purchase of 12 Yamaha YT115 motorcycles which are used to deliver health services to more than 50,000 people in four sub-districts
  • 13 Healthcare workers trained to ride motorcycles and in basic motorcycle maintenance.
  • Health deliver riders accustomed to implementing the Zero Breakdown system.
  • During the successful National Immunisation Week in four sub-districts, the utilisation of motorcycles was managed by Health for All.
  • The decline in malnutrition cases in children under five years old.
  • An increase in the number of healthcare worker visits to rural areas to deliver health services such as vaccinations for children and education in good nutrition, health and hygience for mothers and children.
  • Intensive monitoring of the Zero Breakdown programme and regular servicing of the motorcycles to ensure the success of the programme.
  • An increase in the monitoring of sanitation facilities.
  • The ability to respond quickly and more easily to emergency cases.
  • Training given to 60 Healthcare workers in Health Services in the Perspectives of Gender and Human Rights
  • Dissemination of health information material on subjects such as Nutrition, Maternal and Child Health, STDs and HIV/AIDS.