Malaria. Such a pretty word. Like a flower. Or a skin product. But of course there is nothing pretty about this ruthless killer disease. So what’s the problem? Well, it's transport. There are wonderfully effective drugs and nets but they don't spontaneously fly through the air and deliver themselves.
You are about to read a shocking statistic. Here it is: in Europe, one in five thousand pregnant women still die in childbirth. No! In the 21 st century, how could that happen? Now you are used to that, here comes another.
Have you visited the Day of Champions on the Thursday ahead of the British Grand Prix, or spotted our Two Wheels for Life team during the MotoGP™ race weekend at Silverstone and wondered you could get involved? Well, here’s how…
It might not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about life-saving health care but data is essential to the success of the programmes we support.
We are always amazed with the the ideas people come up with to raise money for Two Wheels. This year we want to do more to help our supporters achieve their big, small, wild, adventurous (or just plain silly) fundraising plans. If you’d like to help us in our mission but you’re stuck for an idea read on.
On a recent, sunlit Thursday morning, Maria Gonzalez, board member of Two Wheels for Life, stood beneath a tough old tree and looked at the insides of Lesotho. What she saw was a landscape that is unlike any other, anywhere.