Six days mountain biking for

better health in Africa!

This is Amref

Amref Health Africa/Amref Flying Doctors works to improve the health of vulnerable people in Africa because healthy people are better equipped to escape from poverty. As an African organisation, Amref gets its strength from the power of the African population itself.

This overview shows what Amref can do with your donations



With 60 euro...
…we can buy a bicycle for a health worker so that he/she can cycle from village to village to offer medical assistance to patients.


With 1.500 euro...
…we can buy a motorcycle for a local health care provider working in a broad area. That means that he/she loses less time reaching homes located in remote areas.


With 122 euro...
…we can fund a course in basic health care for a local health care provider. He or she provides health education and medical care.


With 2.000 euro...
…we can train an obstetrician. Professionally trained obstetricians are essential for the reduction of maternal mortality in Africa.




With 300 euro...
…we can give reconstructive surgery on children born with cleft lip so that they don’t risk dying and can live a normal life.


With 5.600 euro...
…we can protect 800 children from malaria. Malaria is one of the major causes of death in Africa. Malaria can be avoided with the use of a mosquito net and repellant.



With 1.150 euro...
…we can fly to a remote area. This means: 150 consultations, 40 patients treated, 10 operations, and 48 training courses provided.


With 10.000 euro...
…we can give 1,500 people access to clean water and sanitary provisions, including toilets and washing facilities. This has a large impact on public health.

Amref knows its way around
Over 60 years ago, Amref began in Kenya as “Flying Doctors.” Since then, Amref has expanded into an organisation that leads the way internationally when it comes to the preservation of health and disease prevention in Africa. Amref is an African organisation by origin, and almost all staff are African. They know the culture and traditions, and therefore they can cooperate effectively with the population. Amref is based not just on African needs, but more importantly on the power of Africans themselves – an approach that ensures sustainable improvement. Amref shares this experience globally with policy makers, health care providers and other development organisations.
What does Amref do?
Amref Health Africa/Amref Flying Doctors is committed to sustainable improvement of Africa’s health care systems. This means that Amref conducts programs targeting training of healthcare professionals in preventing and treating diseases such like malaria and AIDS but also maternal health care, water and sanitation, research. Amref also works with empowerment of vulnerable groups, such as young girls in eradicating female genital cutting, letting them finish school. And although it’s no longer the core activities, Amref still carry out medical flights into remote areas. During Africa Classic, you’ll visit various Amref projects AND have the opportunity to fly with the Flying Doctors.

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